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8 things that tourist SHOULD NOT DO in Barcelona
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8 things that tourist SHOULD NOT DO in Barcelona

I am a Barcelona lover, you might have noticed that for now but I am so surprised to see tourists doing certain things!! When going around Barcelona! I feel so sad that they do all the wrong stuff and they go along marketing strategies, what they believe is "typicals stuff" but it isn't.So it has been going around my mind to tell you what you shouldn't do …

Top 10 best souvenirs in Barcelona
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Top 10 best souvenirs in Barcelona

Barcelona is an international city, but souvenirs are often related with the culture and what it is typical in a place and when you bring back home a souvenir for someone you want the object to recall the place you visited. Let me show you the authentic souvenirs going around the top 10 best souvenirs in Barcelona and also the top 3 that you shouldn't buy t…

Barcelona viewpoint El Mirador del migdia
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Barcelona viewpoint El Mirador del migdia

Walking through Montjuïc is a magic experience, you have the chance to see the coastal path and Barcelona from the top of the hill. You can visit many 1992 Olympics monuments that are in the area and the magnificent Montjuïc Castle as well. You can walk along what is called the path of the sea -Camí del Mar- that is a path that goes along the fortress in M…

Christmas markets in Barcelona
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Christmas markets in Barcelona

Barcelona is a beautiful city in Christmas times, we love activities and markets on the streets, our typical meals and desserts. Discover what to do at Christmas time in Barcelona or see below the special on Christmas markets in Barcelona. Fira de Santa Llúcia It is the most famous Christmas market in Barcelona isfira de Santa Llúcia, it will open…

Carrer Petritxol: famous chocolate street in Barcelona
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Carrer Petritxol: famous chocolate street in Barcelona

If you are looking for streets with this special charm in Barcelona, you can't miss carrer Petritxol, it is a pedestrian street known to be the street of chocolate in Barcelona and I will explain to you why. Carrer Petritxol is documented since 1340, and the name petrítxol comes from the word "pedrítxol" that refers to those stones that didn't allow the car…

A Catalan Christmas: our traiditions
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A Catalan Christmas: our traiditions

Christmas time is a good period to spend time with our families and in every family and country there are some typical traditions. In Catalonia we do celebrate Christmas but as every place with our typical food and traditions, I will explain you a Catalan Christmas looks like. We celebrate Christmas day, the 25th but our most important day is the 26th Sant …

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