Posts Tagged ‘Barcelona’

Gaudí’s Architectural Gems in Barcelona: A Testament to Genius and Modernism

Barcelona, a city renowned for its vibrant culture and artistic heritage, boasts a unique architectural landscape that captivates visitors from around the world. Among the many remarkable buildings adorning this stunning city, the works of one man stand out as extraordinary expressions of creativity and innovation. Antoni Gaudí, a visionary Spanish architect, left an indelible [...]

7 reasons why Tel Aviv reminds me of Barcelona

I’ve heard that the locals usually tend to compare Tel Aviv to New York (business-wise) or to Miami (beach-wise.) However, I’d say that Tel Aviv reminds me of Barcelona. Ok, there are a few skyscrapers there like those in NYC and also the city has cool beaches with palm trees like in Miami … no [...]

Quick tips for solo travelers in Barcelona

Traveling alone to Barcelona? Firstly, be reassured you’re heading for one of the friendliest cities in the world. Despite the language barrier (in case you don’t speak perfect Spanish or Catalan), you will feel welcome in almost every interaction. Personally, I have visited Barcelona more than 20 times, for sure. Mostly, I wandered around ”Barca” on my [...]

Where to stay in Barcelona – a Wimdu apartment

During my I-stopped-counting-how-many-times visit to Barcelona in September 2012, I stayed in an apartment I booked via Wimdu whose motto is Travel like a local. I love everything local, so I told myself, why not to try it?Accommodation in Barcelona is usually expensive, so having the whole apartment for myself only where I could work [...]
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