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  • Sant Miquel (Barcelona)

    Sant Miquel (Barcelona)
    The beach of Sant Miquel just at the end of the area of Barceloneta (and often called Barceloneta Beach), is one of the famous beaches of Barcelona. Sure, many tourists are going to this beach in the summer, and in the middle of the afternoon it's really full and difficult to find a place... But if you go there early in the morning (8.00 am or after 7.00 pm) or in the late afternoon, you'll have the beach almost for you alone :).
  • Views from Tibidabo

    Views from Tibidabo
    Tibidabo is one of the highest hills surrounding the city of Barcelona (512 m) and is still very close to it to have one of the greatest views over the whole city. There is also a little attraction park, but more meant for children than to adults. You have also the great church of "Sagrat Chor" dominating the hill and not far from there the Colserrola Tower and the different tv and radio networks antennas.
  • Barcelona Vacation

    Barcelona Vacation
    Barcelona really has a special place in my heart. The architecture of
  • Casa Mila

    Casa Mila
    My first attraction on my Barcelona trip this summer. A must for anyone, either you love art or not. Any time any hours, any minutes; either morning or evening, the views are great! I only managed to get myself some bright sunlight pictures, but seeing other people's evening shots or sunset shots on the warrior roof, they are fab!
  • Castle of Montjuic And Hill

    Castle of Montjuic And Hill
    The hill and castle of Montjuic is really a place to see in Barcelona and a place where you can see the whole city with a unique point of view. Dominating the south-west part of the city you have the whole panorama over it on one side, and on the other side you see the great industrial installations of the port of Barcelona. Climbing up the hill is also very interesting because of the park of Montjuic and the Olympic installations from de Olympic Games 1992 (and specially the Olympic swimming and diving pool... do you remember the diving sessions where the athletes jump in the air with the background of whole BCN and the Sagarada Familia?).
  • My Favourite Park, Parc Ciutadella

    My Favourite Park, Parc Ciutadella
    A park with an elaborate giant golden water fountain, a lake, a zoo, and a museum!
  • Camper Foodball

    Camper Foodball
    In the city of Barcelona there is a place that you must to see and must taste, it's named CAMPER FoodBALL. Camper (spanish shoes company) + food = FoodBALL - it is all about food culture!
  • Sonar Festival

    Sonar Festival
    Sonar Festival takes place every year in Barcelona, Spain for three days and two nights in mid June. It's a really cool and diverse festival with all sorts of musical styles and genres, with bands, djs, live sets, design, installations, stalls, audio visual and other multimedia....some of it is really cutting edge stuff. A complete mixture of big named, world renowned artists mixed in with far more niche and/or obscure and up-and-coming acts.
  • Beach of Altafulla

    Beach of Altafulla
    When I went to Barcelona this summer, I made a little excursion south, in the direction Tarragona, to visit some friends living in Altafulla, small town on the Costa Daurada. It's about 100 km south from Barcelona and easy to go there with the coastal highway. You'll go out at the exit "Torredembarra/Altafulla", then follow the signs to Altafulla. In the city, follow the direction of the "roman ruins" and after "Playa de Altafulla". It's a great and wide sand beach and the beautiful blue/turquoise color of the sea gives you immediately a big smile! :)
  • Tossa de Mar

    Tossa de Mar
    I like Spain. The people range from muy freaky to muy gentil and it is always a joy talking to them. Additionally they have rather my height than the ones from the Teutonian tribe, which makes it much easier to integrate for me, too. And the country has some exceptional beautiful spots offside the normal touristic routes - off the record. Quite a while ago I have been to Tossa de Mar, which lays a one and a half hour cardrive away from Barcelona.
  • Els Quatre Gats Restaurant

    Els Quatre Gats Restaurant
    Els Quatre Gats or 4 Gats (as its commonly known) sparked my interest after having read about it in a wonderful book called "Shadow of the wind" by a Spanish author Carlos Ruiz Zafon. The book was set in Barcelona so when I visited the city for the third time early this year, I made it a point to visit and dine in this famed restaurant. It opened in 1897 and was a popular haunt for Picasso and his mates. He apparently took on his first commissioned work by creating the front cover of the menu. This only peaked my interest more and sure enough, it didn't disappoint.
  • A Relaxing Weekend at the Vall de Nuria

    A Relaxing Weekend at the Vall de Nuria
    When my daily routine starts to become a burden, I try to get out of the city for the weekend to recharge my batteries and relax. Let me share with you guys a great spot to do this which is also very close to Barcelona.
  • The Surroundings of the Besós River

    The Surroundings of the Besós River
    Doubly exposing everything around me. One day last week I decided to go for a wander. I had some things to do around Santa Coloma de Gramanet and decided to dedicate the rest of the morning to my Holga 135.
  • Labyrinth park of Horta

    Labyrinth park of Horta
    If you're in Barcelona, and a little bit tired of the crowd and the cars of the city, if you're looking for a quiet and refreshing place, if you're alone or with a friend (or more...), have a little excursion to the garden and labyrinth of Horta, located north of the city of Barcelona.
  • Relax on the Beach in Barcelona

    Relax on the Beach in Barcelona
    Barcelona was a city I really wanted to visit as unlike many of Europe's big city break destinations, it has the advantage of having a huge length of beach to the south east of the city. We enjoyed spending some time relaxing here in between a lot of hectic sightseeing.
  • Magic Fountain of Montjuic

    Magic Fountain of Montjuic
    I must say I have a bit of poor luck with this attraction. My friends and I planned to go to this magic fountain on our first evening, however, before the performance started we decided to grab a meal and go back. Then here comes the pouring rain, getting lost around the back streets, very quiet place... etc etc. all those frustrating moments. We cannot go back to see the performance on time. Argh... Can you believe our luck? Raining our first evening, when we wish to enjoy the sunshine that London doesn't have.
  • Nou Camp Stadium

    Nou Camp Stadium
    In the summer of 2005 we all went to the Nou Camp stadium in Barcelona for a visit. It was truly impressive - it felt quite a small ground, due to the way it is constructed, but the capacity is huge - 112,000. Unfortunately we arrived 2 days after the last game of the season, so we couldn't see Barcelona play.
  • Canet Plage (Perpignan)

    Canet Plage (Perpignan)
    Canet Plage is often mild, soft, glorious and quiet. Best time to go is between January through to May.
  • Just an 'Average' Park

    Just an 'Average' Park
    Exploring Park Guell, Barcelona.
  • Gracia (Barcelona)

    Gracia (Barcelona)
    The area of Gracia in Barcelona is really the one I prefer. Located north of the central "Plaça Catalunya" it's in the same time really central, and different from the rest of the city.

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