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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

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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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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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The Best Jazz Bars in Barcelona

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Barcelona, the beating heart of Jazz music. The International Jazz Festival in Barcelona certainly has a hand in this, this festival goes on all year round and every week you can enjoy some of the best concerts. With help from ...

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MNAC – National Art Museum of Catalonia

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The National Art Museum of Catalonia (MNAC) is one of the largest museums in Spain. It is situated on Monjuïc in the Palau Nacional; a huge, Italian-style building dating back to 1929. The MNAC (Museum National d’Art de Catalunya) contains incredible ...

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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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Arc de Triomf Barcelona

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Arc de Triomf was built by the architect Josep Vilaseca i Casanovas -also known for Casa Batlló– as the main access gate for the 1888 Barcelona World Fair. A world’s fair, universal exposition, or international exposition is a large international ...

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Sitges Gay Pride

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Sitges Gay Pride Parade has been going on since 2009 at the village to celebrate the gay community in Sitges. This year marks the 10th anniversary of Sitges Gay Pride! The parade usually takes place at the Passeig Maritimo, following the coast ...

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Tibidabo – A Magical Spot above Barcelona

Tibidabo – A Magical Spot above Barcelona (2)

The Tibidabo Amusement Park Tibidabo is a mountain offering the most spectacular view of the magical city of Barcelona. At 512 meters it is the tallest mountain in Serra de Collserola. What’s even more impressive is the old-fashioned Amusement park ...

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