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So…you want to visit Barcelona. And you need a way to navigate + hang out with the cool kids in the city.
What if you could just put a tiny guide in your back pocket – instead of dragging around your loaded Frommer’s or Lonely Planet books? Or instead of painstakingly looking at your iPhone, toggling between Google Maps and TripAdvisor?
Hello! No problem. The wonderful people at Danish publisher, Lind, is helping me give away 2 guides to Barcelona! It’s called the Small Wonders of Barcelona.
It’s a helpful, cool guide written by a local.
It shares with you 40 awesome and some not-so-known places in Barcelona in 3 neighborhoods: Born, Gracia, and Raval.
It’s small. Handy. Beautiful. It comes on just one piece of A3 paper folded to pocket-size A6.
It’ll be sent to your home!
Leave a comment on Facebook, and I’ll pick a random winner to win your guide for the cool + cultured.
The Guide Giveaway ends 12am, Friday, December 16 CST.
California native, churro aficionado, and mom of 3, Justine Ancheta writes fervently about Barcelona and Spain. Since 2008, she's been eating burnt onions (calçots) and tripping on cobblestones in the Gothic Quarter. She shares tips on popular attractions, exposes offbeat non-touristy spots, and gives insight on exploring Barcelona with kids. Her next Catalan culture challenge: top level of a human castle (castellers).
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