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28th February 2021 by Two Monkey's Travel9 things to do in Barcelona that you should not miss
You’ll never be short of things to see and do in Barcelona; a weekend break is just not enough time to fully appreciate this bustling and vibrant city. I could give you a list of things to do in Barcelona as long as your arm! If art and architecture are your bags, Barcelona has so much to explore – there is something for everyone....
12th February 2021 by AndyCheapest places to holiday in January
Forget the typical New Year’s Resolutions of dieting, exercising and saving money – and kick the New Year off with a holiday instead! After all, it’s cold and you’ve probably spent far too much time indoors, wondering where to put all your Christmas presents.In the tropics, you’ll find perfect weather and the southern hemisphere is in sun-filled party mode for the entire month. If you’re not aching for the sun, but can’t wait to hit the slopes instead, Europe’s best ski resorts...
21st April 2021 by Inside the Travel Lab3 days in Barcelona: An itinerary written by locals
Can you spend 3 days in Barcelona and sidestep overtourism? Armed with the right knowledge, of course you can! Avoiding the crowds in Barcelona doesn't just mean heading out to the suburbs and hiding from the key attractions. Day one of this Barcelona itinerary, for example, starts right next to the central Rambla. Later, you'll pass right by the Sagrada Familia. ...
21st April 2021 by Inside the Travel Lab9 unusual things to do in Barcelona to bring her culture to life
From the stone-melted spires of the Sagrada Familia, all shrouded in scaffolding, to the swirling cream chimney tops of the Casa Mila to the cheeky blue lizard that slides down Parc Guell... Gaudi's work defines Barcelona. In pictures, postcards, storybooks and stone, it is his work that earns Barcelona her status as UNESCO World Heritage Site....
21st January 2021 by Urban Travel Blog7 cool things to do in Barcelona (+5 classics!)
They don’t call her The Great Enchantress for nothing… almost everyone that comes to the Catalan capital ends up falling head over heels in love with this mesmerising beauty, who is not only stylishly decked out in a beguiling blend of Art Nouveau and modern architecture, but whose love of the finer things in life – tapas, vermouth and sex just for starters – can’t help but endear her to pleasure seekers....
24th February 2021 by AndyThe Scoop: Costa Brava
Catalonia’s favourite playground, the Costa Brava, is justifiably at the top of the list for UK holiday-makers. The region combines quaint fishing villages, spectacular landscapes, unspoiled coves, sunny beaches and trendy clubs to create an ideal getaway destination.If you can tear yourself away from the ocean for a touch of culture and history, the countryside offers stone villages, monasteries, medieval towns and the famous Dali Theatre Museum. The only problem with the Costa Brava is,...
17th February 2021 by AndyA closer look at Barcelona
The lively capital of Catalonia, Barcelona is a city with plenty to offer to its visitors. Its exquisite art, culture and beauty constantly awe tourists year after year. Just the fact that it is the only city in the world to have 9 UNESCO World Heritage buildings is enough of a reason to visit it. So whether you are a sports fanatics, a history buff, an architecture lover or you simply like to have a wild time, Barcelona has something great to offer you.What to doBarcelona has something for...