Beaches of Barcelona

By / 16th June, 2014 / Barcelona, Free / No Comments
Vía Olímpica

Vía Olímpica

Barcelona has about 5 kilometers of beaches are a great attraction in this city. From Barceloneta to Poblenou is a succession of beaches interrupted only by the Port Olimpic and dotted with restaurants and bars specialized in fish and paellas.

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Enjoy a beautiful night with the open aire cinema of Sala Montjuic

By / 16th June, 2014 / Barcelona, Music / No Comments
Sala Montjuic

Sala Montjuic

Summer is coming and what better way to spend a warm Barcelona night but next to the Montjuïc Castle, with live music, short films and great movies.

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Beaches closed to Barcelona: Castelldefels, Sitges and Garraf

By / 13th June, 2014 / Barcelona, Free / No Comments
Beach of Castelledefels by platjadecastelldefels.org

Beach of Castelledefels by platjadecastelldefels.org

Summer comes and you feel like enjoying a beach day. Why not take the train and leave the city? South of Barcelona, the beaches of Castelldefels, Sitges and Garraf are waiting for you.
In about 20 minutes by train you can get to Castelldefels (make sure you get off at Castelldefels – playa), which has a nearly 5 kilometers long beach with all kinds of services. In this endless beach you can also play sports like kytesurf.

If you are staying at The Urban Suites, you will have to go walking during 5 minutes to Spain Square, where you have to take the yellow bus L95.

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Do you know this alternative transports in Barcelona?

By / 6th June, 2014 / Barcelona / No Comments

If you want to tour the city in a picturesque alternative means of transportation, Barcelona offers Las Golondrinas vessels in the port, the cable car Teleférico to go to Montjuïc, and the tram Tramvia Blau to climb the Tibidabo.

Las Golondrinas / Barcelona

Las Golondrinas / Barcelona

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Tast a la Rambla – Gastronomic Fair from 12nd to 15th June in Barcelona

By / 2nd June, 2014 / Barcelona, Eat, Events / No Comments
Tast a la Rambla

Tast a la Rambla

In the intent to give back La Rambla to its town and bring back its old traditional style as THE street in Barcelona, the final stretch of “las ramblas” will become a unique and high level gastronomic fair.

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Do you want a plan in Barcelona for this Sunday? Go visit the museums for free

By / 23rd May, 2014 / Barcelona, Free, Museums / No Comments

As one of the artistic and cultural cities, Barcelona offers the possibility to visit its exquisite and varied museums, for free, on the first Sunday of every month.

Entry is free starting 15 o’clock on Sunday and for some of them even every day.

Plan for Sunday

Plan for Sunday

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What to drink in Barcelona?

By / 16th May, 2014 / Barcelona, Eat / No Comments

Let’s talk about alcoholic drinks.

Vermut en Barcelona

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Seasonal shows with music at Magic Fountain in Barcelona

By / 6th May, 2014 / Barcelona, Free / No Comments

From March 31st to October 30th, coinciding with the summer schedule, we can enjoy the Magic Fountain four days per week, from Thursday to Sunday, from 21h to 23h30. Located at the end of Avenida Reina Cristina, halfway between Spain Square and the National Museum of Art of Catalonia (MNAC), the Magic Fountain is a spectacle of sound and light that lasts about 15 minutes and is repeated between 21h and 23h30. It gathers each night thousands of people, certainly because it is another unique shows offered by the city of Barcelona!

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Arcade Fire will perform at Primavera Sound Festival 29th May

By / 28th April, 2014 / Events / No Comments
Arcade Fire

Arcade Fire

Arcade Fire, the famous Canadian  indie rock band, will perform in Barcelona as part of the Primavera Sound Festival line-up, with what appears to be the only concert in Spain for the coming year.

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Go for “Tapas” and discover Nou Barris Tapas Route: 1 tapa + 1 drink for 1,95€

By / 22nd April, 2014 / Barcelona, Eat / No Comments

Every Thursday you can enjoy this great offer from 7 to 10pm

Tapas Nou Barris

Tapas Nou Barris

Going for Tapas is a very famous Spanish tradition, and every time we’re visiting a Spanish city, we want to try out the different varieties and flavours of tapas.  Many of us think of tapas as a fun and relaxed lunch or dinner with friends, over a beer or a glass of wine, but few of us know how this “tasty” and enjoyable tradition was born.

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