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    Barcelona Museums Guide

    One of the spots that visitors love while in Barcelona Spain are the historical museums. Spain has a great, centuries old culture. Tourists from come to these museums to discover more about Spain and its history.

    Barcelona is known primarily for its wide array of art museums. If you are an art aficionado, then Barcelona will be the perfect place for you to visit. Read the rest of this entry »

    Barcelona sightseeings with tourist bus

    The Barcelona Tourist bus, the Bus Turistic, is a fabulous way of seeing the major sites of this incredible city. Read the rest of this entry »

    Nudism on Barcelona Beaches

    Nudism has been a growing popular phenomenon over the past few years. Many people have turned it into their lifestyle, others see a form of perversion in it and some people make a living out of it. Nowadays, you may find camping areas, swimming pools and even entire villages of nudists! Nevertheless, this nudism fashion seeks its place in our societies. Read the rest of this entry »

    Barcelona food and drink guide

    Crema Catalana might well be Barcelona’s most famous contribution to the world’s menus, but there is much more variety to the food you’re likely to find when visiting this city trapped between the mar i muntanya - the sea and the mountains. Read the rest of this entry »

    Guided Tours in Barcelona

    It is a city of history. It is a city of tradition. Barcelona, the capital of the Autonomous Community of Catalonia, traces its roots as far back as third century B.C. with two legends that surround its establishment. Some say that it was founded by Hamilcar Barca, a Carthaginian general. Others attest its origin to Hercules himself. Read the rest of this entry »

    Discovering Barcelona: Architecture in Barcelona

    There is one common mistake people make when they think about the architecture of Barcelona. It is a popular misconception that the only memorable architecture was that of the city’s iconic figure, Antoni Gaudí; and even that is often dismissively passed over as somehow being simply ‘quirky’. Read the rest of this entry »

    Discover Barcelona

    One of the aspects about Barcelona that many people find especially fascinating is that the city has such a variety of completely different neighbourhoods, or districts. The Gothic Quarter, Eixample, Montjuïc and Barceloneta, for example all have aspects about them that are absolutely typically ‘Barcelona’ but are totally different to each other. A visitor can easily spend a day wandering around each of these districts; have a distinctly different experience in each of them; and yet unmistakably be in this charismatic Catalan city. Read the rest of this entry »

    Accommodation in Barcelona

    Not that long ago that the number of hotels in Barcelona was very limited and the reputation of a large number of households in the city to deter a lot of discernment, even visitors staying in a recital. Read the rest of this entry »

    Barcelona Nightclubs

    Barcelona is one of Europe’s top destinations for a holiday. Great food, amazing architecture, beaches and parks and the cultural mix of immigrant nationalities make the Catalan Capital first on many a list of stops for a trip to Europe. And that’s not forgetting the unbeatable nightlife. Read on to find out what you need to know. Read the rest of this entry »

    Barcelona holiday apartments

    One problem that many people encounter when attempting to plan their next vacation is with accommodations. Finding a hotel can be a tricky business, as you attempt to balance comfort, location, service, and price. Most of the time, you will not find a hotel that suits your needs just right, and will end up paying more than you would like to for your accommodations in a hotel. Most people do not realize that there is an alternative, however. When visiting Barcelona, you can always choose to rent an apartment in Barcelona, instead of paying to stay at a hotel. Read the rest of this entry »