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Barcelona 8 fun things to do in April

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Spring is here, and as such we are required to enjoy life outdoors. We compiled the best 8 things to do in Barcelona for the month of April, whether you are looking for an activity to do with kids, or a place to visit in this fashionable Spanish city, just check the options below. And…

3 days in Barcelona: What to do, see and eat!

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Be it for the whimsical architecture by Antoni Gaudi, the spectacular cuisine or the magical creations of Picasso, Barcelona has been always a breathtaking destination for all the globetrotters out there. In fact, it can be referred to as the most popular city in Europe which entice thousands of visitors each year. Whether it is…

The 16 most essential things to do in El Born, Barcelona

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El Born in Barcelona is more than an artistic and eclectic neighborhood, it has ties to a noble past. In medieval days, it became home to the aristocracy, and the center of trade due to its proximity to the sea which gave a name to most streets. Partially destroyed during the secession war in the…

Recipe to eat like a local: Crema Catalana

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The quintessential Catalan dessert of all times: Crema Catalana or crema cremada (“Burnt cream”) is a refreshing citrus-infused cream, with a hint of cinnamon and a crunchy layer of caramelized sugar. It is made following a recipe that is pretty similar to the French crème brûlée. Crema Catalana is traditionally served on Saint Joseph’s Day (March the 19th…

15 Guilty Pleasures Every Local in Barcelona Secretly Loves

To write this blog post about Barcelona off the beaten path locations, we asked our local friends a simple question: what are the secret guilty pleasures that you enjoy on your day to day life in Barcelona?. Being…

Top 15 Things to do in Gracia, Barcelona

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Gracia is a quaint hipster neighborhood at the top end of Passeig de Gracia that used to be a village outside Barcelona before the city’s expansion. This authentic Barcelona neighborhood, characterized by small cobblestone streets, independent grocery stores, boutiques, and local restaurants, is where to get the real Barcelona local experience. Here we uncover the top 15…

Outdoor activities in Barcelona with Kids

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From its Mediterranean beaches to its exuberant fiestas, Barcelona is a city best enjoyed in the fresh air, so far we have around 300 sunny days each year! And even little ones can have fun outdoors, and it doesn’t have to always cost money. Here are six fun outdoor activities for kids that any family can…

10 essential wonders of Gaudi’s architecture in Barcelona

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Barcelona is one the best cities in the world to live in, it’s a myriad of tradition, style, elegance, great cuisine and has a lively nightlife to boot. This unique style was influenced by the Spanish architect Gaudi, born in 1852, a master architect with more than 30 modernista buildings all over Spain. His style…

Tips For Senior Travelers To Take Advantage Of In Barcelona

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Barcelona is a vibrant and diverse city that is known for its lively character, its gorgeous coastal location and a whole host of tourist attractions. It attracts around 32 million visitors each and every year thanks to its impressive line-up of attractions. In fact, it’s so popular that the city is being overwhelmed by tourists and is…

Unique Barcelona Christmas Markets to eat like a local

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In December Barcelona a great variety of Christmas Markets are open, and some are unique, in terms of products to buy and especially food, being traditional or trendy, the City of Counts has it all!. Barcelona Eat Local Food Tours help you find the best spots to eat delicious food while you are in the…