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Barcelona’s wide avenues and beachfront promenades are ideal for cycling, and getting around the city by guided bike tour is a fine way to sightsee with a group. Go for the half-day option to get an ...
Once a coastline of sleepy fishing villages, it was inevitable that the beauty and sunshine warmth of the Costa Brava would be discovered by the world, and in the 1950s development began to turn the ...
Forget Champagne, the celebratory tipple of choice in Spain is Cava and the sparkling wine is sipped at everything from weddings and birthday bashes to an evening meal with friends and family. First ...
With its historic architecture, cosmopolitan population and seafront location, Barcelona makes a popular base for travelers to Spain, and whether you have a few days or over a week, there’s plenty to ...
Written by Philippa Burne, UK, September 2012
Barcelona is the capital of the Catalan region of Spain and is the second largest city in Spain after Madrid . It’s a lively, historic city with stunning architecture, great food and entrancing ...
Written by Jodi R, Germany, October 2011
With the change in seasons comes more fun things to do in Barcelona . Here are some places to try this fall. Editor’s Note: This recommendation was taken from our Barcelona Things To Do ...
Written by Philippa Burne, UK, February 2012
The Spanish love a party so it’s not surprising that the lead up to Lent is a festive time in Barcelona . Carnaval (Carnival) literally means ‘farewell to meat’, and it’s a time of feasting in ...
Written by Barcelona Expert: Gloria, Spain, May 2012
We asked our Barcelona Expert, Gloria, how she’d spend a one day tour of the best of Barcelona and here’s what she had to say.
City of Barcelona Ascend Montjuic Hill for panoramic views of ...
Written by Philippa Burne, UK, August 2012
Flights, hotel, suitcase – the three essentials when planning a holiday,
right? Or is it Flights, apartment, suitcase? Most of us automatically
think hotel but renting an apartment can be cheaper ...
Get to know the more authentic side of Barcelona, Spain, by spending a night out in the relatively undiscovered Gràcia neighborhood, just a quick metro-ride away from the city center. Typically ...
Written by Erin R, March 2013
Few moments in the year hold more promise than spring in Barcelona: As the weather warms up, the city emerges from its winter hibernation, and so do all the activities that come along with it. ...
Written by Erin R, January 2013
Come wintertime, warm weather might be in short supply in Barcelona, but there’s definitely no lack of things to do. From celebrations, to skiing, here are a few ideas to keep your chilly Spanish ...
With attractions spread out from the waterside Olympic Port to the hillside Park Güell, Barcelona isn’t always easily conquerable by foot. Here are a few ways to get around Spain’s ...
Written by Philippa Burne, UK, March 2012
You don’t have to wait long after the snows melt for the wildflowers to begin appearing in the Pyrenees . These fabulous mountains divide Spain (Catalonia) from France , and they’re easily ...
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