• The riveting Raval district, Barcelona

    Located downtown, next to the gothic district, Raval is an underground district with a variety of up and coming restaurants, bars and cafes in addition to art and cultural gems such as the pivotal MACBA museum and the CCCB museum.
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  • Mighty mountain Montserrat

    Before the temperature heats up too much for summertime and thoughts turn to the beach, places like Montserrat make an ideal day trip from Barcelona. The views from this beautiful and unusual mountain are simply phenomenal and make it one of Barcelona’s most quirky and striking landmarks.
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  • Tragaluz – Barcelona’s Fine Dining Dynasty

    If there is one name synonymous with sophisticated dining in Barcelona it’s the Grupo Tragaluz. This prolific, family-run company has over a dozen restaurants in the city, each one with a different culinary offering, yet all sporting chic interiors and a philosophy that manages to just ‘get it right.’ Find out our favourites...
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  • Barcelona’s best places to play tennis

    If you are a fan of a bit of tennis and are keen to dust off that racket you have stowed away under your bed, Barcelona is a great city for a game. Many don't know that the city offers quite a few tennis clubs and courts, and we are sharing our favourites with you in this post.
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  • Menú del Día in Barcelona

    The menú del día (Menu of the day) is like the secret password to Spanish existence. Whisper 'aai-min-oe' to the patron and you'll be given a knowing nod and your expensive a la carte menu quickly whipped away to be replaced by a single sheet in Spanish, probably with regional terms.
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