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Steel Donkey Bike Tours: Biking Through Barcelona

Imagine this. You’re cruising on your bike along a breezy promenade lined with seafood restaurants while momentarily glancing at the Mediterranean Sea. You see a colossal golden fish sculpture glistening

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A high-end food tour in Barcelona. More than just tapas!

Food Tours Barcelona: Review of Evolution of Catalan Gastronomy Tour

Barcelona as a food destination consistently draws curious crowds, lured by the Mediterranean traditional fare and avant-garde Catalan cuisine. So if you’re visiting Barcelona,  joining a food tour

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A Barcelona Guide Giveaway (for the Cool + Cultured)

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

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BonAppetour Experience: Dining with Catalan locals + friends

“We’re all virgins here!”, says Teresa, our host and chef debonaire. My friend, Ben from Driftwood Journals, invited me to join this “dine with locals” food experience with

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Minimal and Hip: Federal Cafe in El Gotic

Federal Cafe in El Gotic works a modern vibe. Two Australian guys, Tommy Tang and Crick King, opened its doors just last year after the success of the first location in Sant Antoni. Apparently, they’ve

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The Romantic Medieval Town of Besalú

It’s amazing that Besalú — a town of weaving cobblestoned streets —  has managed to stay so intact since the Middle Ages. Its Romanesque bridge dates back to 1075. And although it’s been reconstructed

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Five Magnificent Must-Dos in Barcelona

It would take a lifetime to get to know Barcelona, but some travelers only have a few days. Here are five picks for finding adventure in this cosmopolitan Mediterranean city. 1. Explore the eccentric architecture

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Parc de L'Oreneta

Parc de L’Oreneta: Mini Train Rides in Barcelona

Choo-choo! We ran to the end of the long line. Parents and small children before us were waiting for their turn to jump on the miniature steam train. “Un tren! Un tren!” my 2-year-old yells, pointing

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Carmona: The Most Charming Town of the Dead

A town with Roman and Moorish roots, Carmona is a special Andalusian gem with its rolling hills and medieval city walls. Popularly known for its necropolis (a large, ancient cemetery), Carmona is ironically

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I’m on a podcast!

My favorite places in Barcelona, the blog, Catalan independence! I had fun talking to Pilar Orti about these things on the Spain Uncovered podcast. Pilar is Spanish and is based in London. On her podcast,

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