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Fancy Some Cava?

Fancy Some Cava?

Another beautiful night here in Barcelona. The sky is clear, there’s a bit of a chill, and the streetlamps cast their yellow glow down over the growing buzz of nightlife. Crowds fill the bars and restaurants, spilling out into the streets – let’s...
Head in the Clouds

Head in the Clouds

The perfect Sunday afternoon in Barcelona is at Tibidabo Amusement Park. The very reasonable price of admission gets you amazing views of the city, a breathtaking panorama of the coast, and, if you’re lucky, a mesmerizing display of clouds racing across the sky....
Kanpai! A Japanese Adventure in Barcelona

Kanpai! A Japanese Adventure in Barcelona

Eating Japanese in a big city like Barcelona is not easy; there are just so many Japanese restaurants it’s hard to pick the truly great restaurants out of the crowd. Without getting a great recommendation things can be really hit or miss, lucky for me (and you)...
La Pedrera or Casa Milà

La Pedrera or Casa Milà

Casa Milà, more commonly known as “La Pedrera” is a modernist building completed by Antonio Gaudí built between 1906-1912 and declared a Unesco Patrimony in 1984. Casa Milà was the last civil work completed by Antonio Gaudí, construction began just after...
Top 5 – Antonio Gaudi

Top 5 – Antonio Gaudi

Did you know that 7 out of 9 UNESCO World Heritage sites here in Barcelona belong to Antonio Gaudi? Four of them we’ll mention in this post, while the other three, the Guell Crypt which you can find after a short 30 minuted drive, the Palau Guell located near...
Outside Barcelona

Outside Barcelona

Looking for something different on your next trip to Barcelona? One hour’s drive to the north, south or inland and you’ll have a truly unique experience to enjoy.   Here are a few of our favorite destinations off the beaten path: 1. Montserrat...