Last post (for now!) of our Barcelona City Guide, and probably one of our favorite videos. We are pairing together in the same area two relevant neighborhoods in Barcelona. On one hand, Sant Antoni is probably the trendiest in our city, mainly revitalized by interesting food places that are not only good to your stomach but also pleasant to the eye. ... Continue reading ⇢ 5 Comments
Montjuïc is a mountain with an old military fortress on top with several gardens and parks to get there making it one of our favorite green areas, and also usually one of our favorite photography backgrounds. The most famous... Continue reading ⇢ 3 Comments
Raval is just on the opposite side of Gotic, separated by Las Ramblas, the most well-known avenue in Barcelona: facing Las Ramblas from the sea, Gotic is on the right, Raval on the left. It is what we could define as the old town of Barcelona and a neighborhood not only known for its nightlife and diversity, but also acknowledged as a modern & contemporary art hub with... Continue reading ⇢ 5 Comments
Whenever we visit La Barceloneta neighborhood we always have that same amusing surprise realizing how much like a sea town our city looks like from there. La Barceloneta is an area to walk/jog/ride the boardwalk, admire the sea (or venture a dip), to eat a good paella and get lost in its little and very mediterranean-looking streets with an ice-cream in your hand. ... Continue reading ⇢ 3 Comments
Born and Gotic are two neighborhoods we usually favor when we like to wander around and get lost in our own city. They both have those exciting narrow & curvy streets, that allow you to forget about your inner compass and feel more ... Continue reading ⇢ 2 Comments
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