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Make your own cava in Barcelona

Cava

Only 50 minutes away from Barcelona you will find the first cava cellar in Spain where visitors can participate in the process of making cava. This experience was started in 2004 by two young entrepreneurs both from families within the tradition of wine making.

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Barcelona’s top tapas restaurants

Best tapas restaurants in Barcelona

Spanish restaurants and cuisine, in general, are nothing without tapas. It’s known even by the people that haven’t even been to Spain. It’s kind of a snack or an appetizer. You can eat it cold – for example, cheese and ...

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Top American Restaurants in Barcelona

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Homesick expats and locals with a craving for a good burger and french fries, welcome! We have rounded up the Top American Restaurants in Barcelona, three fantastic foodie establishments guaranteed to leave you feeling satisfied by classic American fare. Whether you´re ...

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3 Best Nutritionists in Barcelona

Best Nutritionists

There´s nothing more important than our health, and as nutrition and diet plays a large role in that we have decided to round up the Best Nutritionists in  Barcelona. We have chosen these three institutions based on excellent feedback from former ...

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Best Cafes in Barcelona

Best cafes in Barcelona

A single shot of espresso, like a bittersweet bullet to the heart. A frothy cappuccino, like a warm embrace. Coffee is a magical thing and in Barcelona, it is normal to take a moment to enjoy it, be it in ...

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Diagonal Mar in Sant Martín, Barcelona

Diagonal Mar in Sant Martín, Barcelona

Diagonal Mar is a neighborhood located in the district of Sant Martín that best represents Barcelona´s cosmopolitan modernity. The neighborhood is built around the last stretch of Avenida Diagonal. Find your accommodation now! History of Diagonal Mar  In the late ...

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Palm Sunday in Barcelona

Palm Sunday in Barcelona

During the week between March 20th and 28th of 2016, Spain will be celebrating “Semana Santa” (or “Holy Week” in English), which is considered to be the most religious week of the year in this country. In fact, more than ...

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