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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

cafe

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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Discover Barcelona Smart Moving

Discover Barcelona Smart Moving

The city of Barcelona is one with a lot to offer. From the winding streets and somber Gothic architecture of Ciutat Vella to the sunny boardwalk and xiringuito beach bars of Barceloneta, the bohemian plazas of Gràcia, elegant avenues of Eixample, green gardens of Montjuïc ...

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Portbou – Costa Brava

Portbou

The city of Portbou in the COSTA BRAVA REGION is located just 3 kilometers from the French border, at the foot of the Pyrenees mountains. It is included within the county of Alt Empordà, in the province of GIRONA, Catalonia in Spain. ...

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District: Sarria-Sant Gervasi, Barcelona

Sarria-Sant Gervasi

The district of Sarria-Sant Gervasi is a friendly, upper class area made up of quiet, relaxed streets and squares. Where the streets of Santaló and María Cubí intersect, you will find the highest concentration of fashionable spots in all of ...

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District: Eixample, Barcelona

Casa Milà

For those looking for a unique area to live in Barcelona, we found the perfect place for you: Come to EIXAMPLE. An amazing district that was planned by Ildefonso Cerda in the early 20th century. It’s mainly characterized by vast ...

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Esquerra de L’Eixample in l’Eixample, Barcelona

Esquerra de L’Eixample in l'Eixample, Barcelona

L’Eixample Esquerra, Barcelona as a whole stretches right across the city centre and is a very popular neighborhood among both locals and visitors alike. L’Eixample, which means “the extension” in Catalan, is the upper part of Barcelona city center, and very ...

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Saint Patricks Day in Barcelona

Saint Patrick´s Day in Barcelona

This year, Saint Patrick´s Day falls on Thursday, March 17, 2016. Saint Patrick’s Day occurs annually on March 17, the date marked by the death of Saint Patrick, Ireland’s most celebrated patron saint. The festivities surrounding this date specifically commemorate ...

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La Dreta de l’Eixample, Barcelona

La Dreta de l'Eixample, Barcelona

The district of l’Eixample is divided into a right and left side by the main shopping avenue of Passeig de Gracia. La Dreta de l’Eixample is the right side of the district. It is considered to be more upscale and ...

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