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    Find information about wonderful places outside Barcelona. Have a great experience in Catalonia! See our selection of Best Trips Outside Barcelona.

Montserrat Barcelona – Sawed Mountain

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Montserrat Barcelona – Sawed Mountain La Serralada de Montserrat, translated literally as “sawed mountain”, is a 1200m high mountain located 50 km Northwest of Barcelona. The mountain has multiple peaks, whose main ones are: Sant Jeroni, Montgrós and Miranda de ...

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One-day trip from Barcelona

One-day trip from Barcelona

Barcelona is a big city with lots of things to do, but when you prefer to go out of the city there are multiple possibilities as well. Outside of Barcelona there are many different activities you can do for a ...

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Catalonia Trip Barcelona Costa Brava

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Catalonia Trip Barcelona Costa Brava? Don’t panic, our team sought the activities and events not to be missed during this warm weekend! So, ready to enjoy thoroughly? Read on!  August 2nd, 2019 Clubs What is most attractive about the NIGHTLIFE ...

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5 Best Places in La Costa Brava

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La Costa Brava often referred to as the Rough Coast or the Wild Coast, is one of the most touristic areas of the Catalan region. With a 60km coast of beaches and resorts, the Costa Brava has become the place ...

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Where to stay in Costa Dorada

Where to stay in Costa Dorada

Discover the best places for the holiday stay with beutiful architecture and tasty cuisine Costa Dorada is the coastal part of Catalonia, located in the province of Tarragona, only few minutes far away from Barcelona, the capital of Catalonia. It ...

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Reus – hidden gem in Costa Dorada

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We are sure, that Barcelona city has sooo many possibilities where to spend your time during the holiday, that you need at least one week to see all “the must”. Gaudí´s architecture, cathedral, churches, tapas bars, nightlife, walking through small ...

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Visit to the Delta de l’Ebre

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The Ebro (Ebre in Catalan) is the largest Spanish river and the second of the Iberian Peninsula (after the Tagus). Its length, measured from the source of the Hijar river, on the Peña Labra (Cantabrian Cordillera), is 928 km and ...

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