Ideas for Repeat Visitors

Our Squares of Gracia district

Why we love the Gracia squares

Strolling around the Places de Gràcia Gracia plazas are distinct landmarks of the Gràcia district. Originally an independent village connected with Barcelona through a road that was going to become the nowadays fancy Passeig de Gracia, that part of the countryside north of the old Barcelona was often developed by private real state owners that […]

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You can fly in Barcelona

Raise above the skies flying in Barcelona Have you ever dreamed of flying? I’ve always envied those people who assure that in the middle of a dream they can “decide” they can fly and hop! they start flying. But you don’t really need to train yourself to have lucid dreams to experience the sensation of floating […]

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Sarria Sant Gervasi Visit

Sarrià district: going off the beaten path in Barcelona

Exploring the Sarrià neighborhood in Uptown Barcelona I was born in the district of Sarria Sant Gervasi, one of the areas of Barcelona that still preserves a village-like feel. It actually used to be an independent village that was finally eaten by Barcelona and lost its independence in the early 1900s. If you like going […]

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Free Tapas Barcelona

Where to get tapas for free in Barcelona

A selection of the best free tapas You might have heard that in the rest of Spain it is common to serve free tapas with your drink (order a beer, to fit in with the locals: a sangria will immediately mark you as a tourist), but in Barcelona that doesn’t happen. Or… at least not […]

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What Dali Paintings you need to see at the Dali Museum in Figueres?

Top Salvador Dali paintings in Figueres

The Dali works you shouldn’t miss when visiting the Theater Museum The other day I read an article about the Dali Museum in a magazine aimed at Russian tourists coming to Barcelona. To my surprise, they said there weren’t any Salvador Dali famous paintings there, and it wasn’t too worth it. Whaaaat? After doing some […]

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