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Santa Maria del Mar Gothic Church

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Santa Maria del Mar Gothic Church The Santa Maria del mar is a Gothic style church in one of the oldest districts of Barcelona. When you are taking a stroll threw La Ribera you might just bump into it. Of ...

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Secret locations in Barcelona

Secret locations in Barcelona

Secret locations in Barcelona We’ve all heard about the Sagrada Familia and Park Guell, and you’ve probably seen Casa Batllo, Casa Mira and the Ramblas as well. Are you looking for a new hangout spots to chill with friends where it’s ...

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Art in Barcelona

Art in Barcelona

Art in Barcelona Antoni Gaudi is probably the most well-known artist from Barcelona with the many architectural gems he placed in and around Barcelona. Think of the Sagrada Familia, Casa Batllo, Casa Mila or even the Palau Gaudi, a palace ...

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What to do this Halloween?

what to do this Halloween

Activities for Halloween 2019 Have a fang-tastic night this Halloween! Are you one of those die-hards who spend multiple hours on creating a costume for Halloween? Or do you love to celebrate Halloween because of the great parties? There’s plenty of activities ...

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La Pedrera or Casa Mila

La Pedrera or Casa Mila

If you are visiting Barcelona, La Pedrera is a must visit! With its wavy facade, breathtaking views from its roof, and the Gaudi Museum inside, you can not miss it. La Pedrera, formerly known as Casa Mila is the largest civil ...

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Placa Reial – square in the Gothic Quarter

placa reial

Placa Reial also known as the Royal Square, is a square in the Gothic Quarter of Barcelona. It situated beside La Rambla. The square is also the only arcaded square of the city, which boasts character and makes it exceptional. It borders the Rambla of the Capuchins, Ferran Street, Colon Street and Escudellers Street. The square ...

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