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Discover the Sants-Montjuic neighbourhood

sant montjuic Neighbourhood

What is in the Sants-Montjuic neighbourhood ? The Sants-Montjuic neighborhood is actually two districts, with Sants being a very typically Catalan residential area and Montjuïc being the big hill that dominates Barcelona’s skyline. Sants is largely residential and mostly populated ...

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The Gothic Quarter in Ciutat Vella, Barcelona

Ciutat Vella

The beautiful neighborhood known as the Gothic Quarter used to be the Roman village and thus vividly has some remnants of its glorious past. Barcelona is a city that organically combines echoes of the medieval and the modern architectures of ...

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Santa Maria del Mar Gothic Church

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Santa Maria del Mar is a Gothic church which is located in one of the oldest districts of Barcelona’s La Ribera. It was built between the years 1329-1389; at the peak flowering of medieval Catalan culture. The church is an ...

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5 facts about Gothic Quarter

Gothic Quarter

The Gothic quarter is the historic center of Barcelona. It is steeped in history from both Roman and Medieval times; the remains of which can still be seen today. The whole area was at one time surrounded by a wall, ...

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The best terraces in Barcelona

Best Terraces in Barcelona (1)

The city of Barcelona always knows how to welcome tourists. Thus, from June 7 to 16 will be held the 9th edition of the week of the terraces. During 9 days 65 hotels open their terraces to the public and ...

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La Sagrada Familia

La sagrada familia

You can not leave Barcelona before visiting the famous LA SAGRADA FAMILIA!  This impressive church is a must-see monument in the city, you simply can not miss it! It’s one of the most famous monuments in Spain, and in the ...

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Eixample Neighbourhood

The Eixample district (1)

You cannot visit Barcelona without spending time in Eixample! L’Eixample, which means “the extension” in Catalan, is the upper part of Barcelona city center, and a complete opposite to the lower part, Ciutat Vella. While Ciutat Vella is filled with ...

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3 Ways To Explore El Raval

Explore El Raval

They say Barcelona is a city built over another city, a mix of different cultures and edification. The district of Ciutat Vella is a good example of that — from El Gòtic to El Raval, you can quickly see how ...

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What to do this weekend May 31th – June 2nd

May 31 - June 2

May 31, 2019  Clubs Definitely, the most attractive thing about Barcelona’s NIGHTLIFE is its variety and well-deserved reputation. You have a unique opportunity to experience several nightclubs in this city that play every kind of music you can think of. If you ...

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