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If you are coming to visit this fantastic city for sure you will find some interesting articles in the following!

Montjuïc Barcelona – a small hill with a long history

Montjuïc is a small hill with a long history and has been very important for Barcelona’s identity. You can find great monuments, museums and historical places there which…

Barcelona Airport – connecting between terminals

It is very probable that once at El Prat Airport you will need to connect with another flight or another terminal. This article will leave you question-free. Here, find out how to travel between terminal 1 and terminal 2 before getting on your plane.

Barcelona’s Only Cathedral

Cathedrals aren’t everybody’s thing but this one has an extra twist. Within the grounds of it there is actually a cloister which has 13 swans roaming about.The Barcelona Cathedral is worth a visit

Transport from Girona Airport to Barcelona

Are you coming to Barcelona using a low cost airline such as Ryanair? If so, it is highly likely that you will be flying to Girona Airport. In our article you will find out how to get from Girona Airport to Barcelona in taxi, bus or train. We will also give you some handy tips for your journey.

How To Find Food After A Night Out

Party nights in Barcelona are long and often it is necessary to keep your energy up. After reading this article you will know what, where and at what time you can eat.

We’ve tried: Poble Espanyol – the whole of Spain in Barcelona

If you want to discover the traditional Spanish villages without going out of Barcelona, Poble Espanyol is the ideal place! This village is a synthesis of the architecture of various regions of Spain…
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La Caseta de Migdia – the secret refuge of Barcelona’s population

The ´Casa de Migdia’ is a secret chiringuito for Barcelona’s residents. Here you can spend relaxing evenings far from the frenzy of the Catalan capital. Be advised that there is no special treatment for tourists!
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Santa María del Mar – the cathedral of the sea

The history of Santa Maria del Mar, also known as the Cathedral by the sea, and what it has represented for the city over the years.
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Port Aventura Theme Park

The story of a Sunday in Port Aventura, Barcelona’s theme park, spent with friends on the hunt for some real thrills and spills. A different way to spend the day in company whilst in the Catalan capital...

Your not-so-lazy Sunday in Barcelona

Sundays tend to be sleepy, still days in Barcelona, as all major shops and supermarkets remain firmly shut. Still, there's plenty to do if you plan ahead.