Barcelona, the architectural legacy

Barcelona, the architectural legacy

Despite being world-known because of Antonio Gaudí’s works, such as the Sagrada Familia (Holy Family), the so called la Pedrera or Güell Park, Barcelona offers a much wider architectural proposal. Puig i Cadafalch o Domènech i Montaner are some other modernist architects whose works tourtravelandmore suggest to visit in the best conditions of confort and luxury in one of our tours whether by car or on foot. The famous Gothic District is the nerve centre

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The most romantic places in Barcelona

February is the month of love. Saint Valentine’s Day is the centre and the most important celebration in the whole month. What about enjoying it and showing your partner how much you love them spending a romantic weekend in one of the most beautiful cities in the world? Tourtravelandmore comes up with a list of some of the most romantic places in Barcelona. Parks, fountains, restaurants all over the city show their best to keep

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Slow Barcelona in January

After the first week of January, which brings the end of Christmas celebrations, activity in such a lively city as Barcelona does not stop. Although its closeness to sea, its beach and its weather may lead you to think that winter is not a convenient moment to visit Barcelona, that is absolutely false. It is the moment to get to know a different city. Barcelona offers a wide range of different places to visit and

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Best areas to stay in Barcelona

Barcelona is a beautiful city to visit, but sometimes you just don’t know which is the best areas to stay in. Here is a our humble opinion of which area you should decide on when choosing your hotel in this city. Here is a list of the areas: Old Town Eixample (city center) By the sea Poblenou or Diagonal Mar Area Sagrada Familia Area Zona Alta & Pedralbles The Old Town Area If you want

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Pickpockets Barcelona

How to avoid pickpockets!

Unfortunately, Barcelona is well known for pickpockets! Being a big city and open to so many tourists there are certain areas where you need to be a little more careful. This is a small guide to give you some tips to have a good and safe vacation! I have to say that things are much better than years ago, but we still recommend to take a special care to all your personal belongings. I actually

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Catalunya’s Medieval Towns

Barcelona has a lot to offer. You will have so much to do during your visit but if you can squeeze in some time, you shouldn’t miss the medieval town that suround Barcelona in Cataluña. There are a large number of different town in Cataluña that are very well conserved and it is a pleasure to walk along them. We can offer a private experience in a private vehicle to get to know all these

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Barcelona’s version of Halloween!

Spain is different for so many reasons, and Barcelona’s Halloween is one more added to the list! In Barcelona, Halloween is known as the Chestnut (La Castanyada!). It is a very traditional festival that takes place on October 31st, the night before All Saints Day (November 1st). Originally Castanyada was a tribute to dead people, and families would go to the cemetery to visit the dead on that day (November 1st). Nowdays, Castanyada is a

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Picasso Museum Barcelona

Barcelona and its Museums

There is always something to do in Barcelona. Even when you think you have seen the whole city, there is always something else to see and enjoy in this great cosmopolitan city. I am a particular fan of museums and especially on rainy days. When I am on holidays I take a chance to get to know as many museums as I can when its raining. Here are some of the best and most interesting

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What you shouldn’t miss in Barcelona

Barcelona is known for so many things, but if its your first time here, there are some MUST-SEES which you cannot miss! Here is a short list of attractions and monuments you cannot miss even if you have a short hourly visit! There are so many more, but this is especially designed for cruisers who come to Barcelona for a few hours! Museums & Monuments Sagrada Familia : Gaudi‘s unachieved cathedral. This is more than

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Spring in Barcelona

Barcelona is well known for its perfect weather all year round. Although we have to say that spring and autumn are perfect seasons to visit and enjoy the city. The daily weather ranges from 18-25 degrees Celsius and at nightitgets a bit chilly. A small jacket is enough. During these months, it’s perfect to walk around the city and get to know every little corner of Barcelona. Meanwhile you can enjoy having some tapas and

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