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Barcelona for families

| April 16, 2012 | 0 Comments

Barcelona, with its wealth of family-friendly attractions and fascinating cultural institutions, is the perfect place for a family vacation. The city boasts everything from beautiful beaches to world-class museums to a wide array of historic landmarks. No matter where you go in Barcelona with your family, you’re sure to find something fun and exciting to do. With so many great sites and family-friendly activities, Barcelona always makes for a memorable family vacation. Continue Reading

Barcelona weekend trips

| March 11, 2012 | 0 Comments

A week-end – or why  not a week  – in Barcelona will bring you in contact with some of the worlds most amazing architecture. Barcelona was the place where Catalan architect Antoni Gaudí created his own very special variety of Art Nouveau. Continue Reading

Barcelona vacation guide

| February 11, 2012 | 0 Comments

Barcelona is an ancient city, born of the Roman Empire. But like many great cities around the world, it flowered in the late Middle Ages and blossomed in the mid-19th century. Yet there are many exciting elements of the modern period there, as well. These periods are all evident in this northeastern Spanish city on the Mediterranean Sea coast. Continue Reading

Visiting Gaudi architectures in Barcelona

| October 5, 2011 | 0 Comments

The architect Antonio Gaudi (1852-1926) didn’t create Barcelona. The city is over 2,000 years old and the famed artist was active around the end of the 19th century. But much that is worthy in this Spanish city is the result of his efforts. Just a list of the works he created that are still extant here would fill pages. To describe them would take volumes. Continue Reading

Barcelona Zoo

| March 11, 2011 | 0 Comments

Barcelona Zoo receives over a million visitors per year. It isn’t hard to see why, once you know about all the things it has to offer animal lovers. Built in 1892 these 13 hectares located in Ciutadella Park house thousands of animals from 400 different species, many of whom are not typically found at other conservation facilities. Continue Reading

Barcelona Five-star hotels

| January 6, 2011 | 0 Comments

When you’re in Barcelona, why settle for anything less than the best? Start your vacation with a classy and extravagant bang by staying at the five-star hotels in Barcelona. Very few hotels in the world can rival the opulence and exquisite service offered in these hotels. The city itself is renowned for fine living and gastronomic treats. It is, thus, no wonder that a stay in any of the five-star hotels in Barcelona will truly be a once-in-a-lifetime experience for weary travelers. Continue Reading

B2B Malecon Plaza Hotel and Convention Center

| September 25, 2013

B2B Malecon Plaza is an Impressive Hotel in the city of Cancun. Located in the best area of town, on the Malecon Cancun, near the financial, shopping, restaurants, entertainment. You do not need a car, enjoy all the amenities a business person needs… Book this all inclusive resort in Cancun now! B2B Malecon Plaza is a unique and new concept which integrates all the business traveler´s requirements: hotel, residences, and commercial area. Continue Reading

Picasso Museum in Barcelona

| September 2, 2013

This museum contains the most important collection of paintings, drawings and sketches from the early years of Pablo Picasso, especially those between 1895 and 1904.
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Barcelona’s passion for music

| August 12, 2013

Barcelona’s passion for music is firmly bound to its opera tradition. The Gran Teatre del Liceu on La Rambla is the best exponent. Inaugurated in the mid-nineteenth century and recently rebuilt after a fire in 1994, it is a symbol of the city, along with universal opera stars Montserrat Caballé and Josep Carreras.
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Performing arts in Barcelona

| July 4, 2013

Not to be outdone, activity in the domain of theater and dance also has a great tradition in Barcelona. You need only look at what’s on at the theater to get an idea of the creativity and enormous variety offered in the different theaters.
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Outdoor art in Barcelona

| June 14, 2013

Throughout the streets and public areas of Barcelona, works of art and artistic expressions by a variety of artists are displayed. The central area of the Eixample, known popularly as the ‘Quadrat d’Or’ (Golden Quadrant), is a genuine outdoor museum where visitors can admire the most singular modernist buildings and the characteristic profusion in the use of applied arts which inspired this movement at the turn of the century.
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Visual arts in Barcelona

| May 12, 2013

The performing arts play an important role in Barcelona’s cultural panorama, we must not overlook the prominent place occupied by the visual arts. Barcelona’s artistic heritage, housed in over forty museums in the city, includes works by such universal artists as Picasso, Miró and Tàpies.
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Spectator sports in Barcelona

| April 7, 2013

Barcelona’s capacity for organizing important sports events was recognized worldwide with the staging of the Olympics, in which the enthusiastic participation of all its citizens was a key factor. The city’s calendar is filled with major sports competitions and participation is high.

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Mediterranean Cuisine

| March 10, 2013

Sampling the local gastronomy is, besides being a cultural event, a pleasure to the senses. Catalonian cuisine is emblematic of the Mediterranean diet, employing that essential staple, olive oil, in garnishing and cooking the freshest ingredients the land and sea have to offer.
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Barcelona beaches

| February 2, 2013

Few large cities are able to combine the attraction of sun and sand with a rich historic and cultural heritage. In Barcelona, the four kilometers of clean, appealing beaches extending the length of the waterfront are so easy to reach that a brief walk from the city center or a few Metro stops are all you need to get there.
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Barcelona by night

| January 11, 2013

Judging by the incessant traffic and lively crowds at night and in the early morning hours in some areas of Barcelona, it might be said that the city never sleeps.

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