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Nightlife Barcelona | Luxury Rooms Barcelona

Nightlife Barcelona | Luxury Rooms Barcelona

Barcelona’s nightlife is awesome but does not have a specific scene, it is more like a big melting pot with all kinds of flavors. Until 1:00 AM people head towards their favorite bars, which are largely replaced by the Chiringuitos (beach bars) from May-September. For bohemians and music ...

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Barcelona’s most famous market: La Boqueria

Barcelona’s most famous market: La Boqueria

On the famous Rambla (no.105) we can find Barcelona’s legendary market La Boqueria. The place’s original name is Mercat de Sant Josep, but is now commonly known as La Boqueria, Barcelona’s prime food market. In the year 1593, the Carmelites opened the doors of their convent on ...

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Catalan | Luxury Rooms Barcelona

Catalan | Luxury Rooms Barcelona

A lot of people who rent a room with us, ask me about the Catalan culture and language. Catalonia (Catalunya) is one out of the seventeen autonomous regions/communities of the Kingdom of Spain and consists of four provinces: Girona, Barcelona, Tarragona and Lerida. Catalonia has its own ...

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Tourist buss Barcelona| Luxury Rooms Barcelona

Tourist buss Barcelona| Luxury Rooms Barcelona

True, by taking the tourist buss (hop on-hop off, bus turistíc) you will look like the typical tourist… On the other hand; if you plan this bus ride at the beginning of your stay it will give you a great overview of the city and you can ignore being the typical tourist. You can cover all the ...

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Gaudi

Gaudi

If you are in Barcelona for the first time and there would be only one cultural monument you would need to visit; this is it! Together with the FCB football stadium (Camp Nou), this is the site that attracts most visitors. Personally, I like the building better from the outside than from the ...

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To Cadaques from Barcelona

To Cadaques from Barcelona

After spending 13 years in Catalonia, I can honestly say that Cadaques and its surroundings is my favourite destination in this comunidad, after Barcelona. Cadaques is a pittoresque white fishermen’s village with narrow cobblestone streets, hidden restaurants and a handful of great bars. ...

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Tapas in Barcelona

Tapas in Barcelona

Just like bullfighting and flamenco, tapas are 100% Spanish. The origin of this fun way of eating small portions is explained in different ways in several regions. In the Castillian region, it is explained as follows: Their origin can be traced back to the 13th century and the Castilian king ...

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Sagrada Familia (Gaudi’s church) Barcelona

Sagrada Familia (Gaudi’s church) Barcelona

If you are in Barcelona for the first time and there would be only one cultural monument you would like to visit; the Sagrada Familia is it! Together with the FCB football stadium, this is the site that attracts most visitors. Personally, I like the structure of the building better from the ...

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