Report by: Irina Schytcheva Radio Liberty was an American radio station built in Costa Brava in the Cold War, to broadcast anti-Communist propaganda. This media was a prop provided by the United States to strengthen the Franco’s dictatorship in Spain. Specifically designed for the CIA, The Central Intelligence Agency, a civilian foreign intelligence service of the… Read More


Hicking in Montserrat towards Sant Jeroni

Get ready for a trip can be as excited as difficult and sometimes you can miss important details to watch or take care of. What a better way to have a trip that following the advices of the local people… and if they are tourism professionals, even better. One of the indubible visits you should do… Read More


  Report by: Germana Autore Approximately 51 days after Xmas, 14 days before of the end of the shortest month of the year and a bit more than 4 months before of the Summer Solstice.. There is this day in the calendar known for many as the day of love: Valentine’s day! Originating as the… Read More


Our guide Irina at the Castle of Quermarçó

Report by: Irina Sytcheva. What a better way to discover the mind and the essence of such an eccentric and peculiar artist as SALVADOR DALI that with an expert guide? A person who has studied his work but above all his life, tastes and anecdotes… That’s why we asked our expert guide Irina about this… Read More


Barcelona 101: Why, When, and Where? I recently talked to someone who’s traveling to Barcelona soon, and they mentioned how overwhelming it has been to plan their trip. While they know which attractions they want to see most—finding information about tickets and guided tours has been a time-consuming task for them. I helped them out,… Read More


  Antoni Gaudí 101: Who, What, Where? Antoni Gaudí is one of the world’s most famous architects, and most of his work is found here in Barcelona. His work doesn’t only attract architecture lovers but is a must-see for many travelers to Barcelona. To help you discover his Barcelona, here’s our Antoni Gaudí 101 crash… Read More


We’re right now during the Christmas holiday in Spain. Yes, you listened well because for us the time of gifts is not over yet. For others countries, everything finishes on 25th December because during the night of December 24th, Santa Claus brings gifts to children as the most awaited moment of the Chritsmas. However, according to… Read More


How’s the planning going for your trip to Barcelona? Is there anything we can help you with as a local experts? What have you been dreaming of? Leave all your comments and desires below and take note of our basic ideas in this blog to take the most of your trip. Which are the visits… Read More


Tapas at the Blai street in Barcelona

I’m always curious to hear what people think of when they think of Barcelona—especially if they’ve never visited the city before. Often, it’s art, Antoni Gaudí’s architecture, and tapas. While everybody knows that tapas are small aperitives, there’s little else about tapas that’s common knowledge. I wanted to share five facts about tapas, so you’re… Read More