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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Top Craft Beer bars in Gothic Centre Top Craft Beer bars in Gothic Centre

In this article, you will find my honest intoxicated guide through top 4+1 craft beer bars in the Gothic area of Barcelona, which in fact could be easily performed in one evening depending on your resistance or by ordering cañas (Spanish name for half-pints), but that would probably kill a decent part of the fun! Let’s go…

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Coca de Sant Joan Coca de Sant Joan

Coca de Sant Joan is a favourite pastry during the celebrations of Nit de Sant Joan, or Night of Saint John. In fact, it’s the only unusual meal prepared for this eve. All other dishes is absolutely up to your taste and your family’s customs. By the way, I’ve already reviewed the main traditions and…

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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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Figueres Figueres

The capital of Tramuntana (the strong north wind), Figueres, has a flavour of originality. Situated in the Empordà region, the city formed itself around the city’s boulevard Rambla. It is lined with striking buildings in the style of Noucentista and Modernista (particularly remarkable is the El Jardí theatre) and offers a great variety of atmospheric…

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