Author: Julia Tilman

Sitges day trip - International Film Festival Sitges Sitges day trip - International Film Festival Sitges

In October, Sitges hosts one of the major events of the year – the International Fantastic Film Festival of Catalonia, which annually takes place in Sitges almost for fifty years now. Sitges is not only an amazing Mediterranean seaside town, where you can be lost in the beauty of the views or in the middle of…

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Top Vegan and Vegetarian restaurants in Barcelona Top Vegan and Vegetarian restaurants in Barcelona

When you’re new to the city, It’s hard to figure out quickly if the restaurant worth your attention especially if it’s something specific, so I curated the list of vegan and vegetarian restaurants in Barcelona. I walked door to door through these places to see what’s there to eat and drink. And let me tell…

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Top vermouth bars in barcelona Top vermouth bars in barcelona

By far one of the most demanded Sunday brunch drinks in Barcelona, Vermouth’s use could be extended to any day of the week! Learn where to find Vermouth bars in Barcelona you’d seriously love. LAST UPDATED 10/03/2017 If refreshing sangria doesn’t thrill you anymore, craft beer bars route was conquered yesterday and Catalan wine doesn’t seem…

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Top terrace bars with views in Barcelona Top terrace bars with views in Barcelona

If you are up for a classy night with a marvellous view or desperately trying to escape from a city noise, I have a good plan for you. Have a look at the list of terraces I selected for you, and pick the one to enchant you with its atmosphere and breathtaking views. Alaire at Hotel…

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Eat in Sant Antoni guide Eat in Sant Antoni guide

If you are tired of elbowing through people at Las Ramblas or desperately looking for a nice place to eat in Barceloneta, give it a try to Sant Antoni neighbourhood. Though the neighbourhood is often neglected by guide books due to a lack of traditional points of interest, it is a new Barcelona’s buzz district.…

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Flamenco originated in Andalucia under the influence of different cultures – Arabic, Jewish, Christian, Gypsy and even African – all of which had existed in that area for centuries. Listening to flamenco song, it is easy to realise that the core music is dark and dramatic. It is more than music, it’s an attitude to…

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