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Halloween, Castanyada, All Saints Day? What are we celebrating?

We all know the 1st of November is a National Holiday. We don’t have to […]

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48H Open House BCN: More Than 100 Free Guided Visits

Barcelona’s history is written in its buildings. Some of these buildings that shape the landscape and […]

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Gaudí and Güell: the Artist and his Patron

Güell: bizarre when written and a nightmare to pronounce but still one of the most familiar […]

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Barcelona Beaches: 3 tips on how to avoid crowds

Besides architecture, culture and gastronomy, another of Barcelona’s main attractions are their beaches. The city […]

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Tapas in Barcelona: 4 Restaurants Where Locals Go

As promised in our last post A Brief Guide to Tapas, we are about to […]

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A Brief Guide to Tapas

Food, wine and, gastronomy in general, are one of the main of the attractions for […]

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The Medieval Week in Montblanc

Saint George’s Legend Saint George the Knight (Sant Jordi), killed the Dragon to free the […]

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Gran Teatre del Liceu: the History of Barcelona’s Opera House

Last Monday, April 4th, Gran Teatre del Liceu celebrated 169 years of its first opening. […]

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Coastal Footpaths in Costa Brava

Catalonia makes one of the best summer destinations because of its hundreds of kilometers of […]

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Romesco: the Sauce of Calçots

If it is March, we are in the middle of Calçots season in Catalonia. Yes, […]

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