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Blog by Dorian Martin. Barcelona is one of the most beautiful and exciting European cities. One minute you’re standing in the busy and urban La Rambla, and the other you’re looking at an old  Roman cemetery that dates back to ancient times. It’s amazing how versatile, mysterious, and unique the streets of Barcelona are. And,… Read More


Blog by Dorian Martin. Barcelona is surely one of the most popular tourist destinations in Europe. However, after passing months in the Covid-19 lockdown, now the city and its first tourists are adjusting to the new normality.They are enjoying Barcelona less crowded and experiencing a more local atmosphere than ever. Thus, it’s about time to… Read More


Blog by Lucy Peters Author Andrew Barger once said, “Even the moon was embarrassed by the beauty of Barcelona.” The city’s amazing architecture, rich history, superb cuisine, and lovely beaches are some of the reasons why residents and visitors find the city attractive and special. It’s also building a reputation as a romantic place for wedding proposals. If you’re planning to ask what is probably the most important question… Read More


  When and how are the monuments of Barcelona going to open after the Coronavirus Lockdown? We finally see the light at the end of the tunnel! If everything goes on like this in the month of July, our country will finally come out of the State of Alarm and we will make the last… Read More


Report by Lucy Peters. As a cultural hotspot in Europe, Barcelona is a traveler’s dream and a hotspot for those looking to gain work experience. The balmy weather and relatively low cost of living compared with other big cities make it a popular choice among those looking to fill a gap year. A minimum wage of… Read More


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Report by Lucy Peters. Barcelona is one of the most visited cities in the world, having welcomed over 9 million visitors to the city in 2019. Recent sightings of drones by pilots caused the temporary closure of Madrid’s Barajas Airport has lead to concerns about air safety in general in Spain. On land, awareness of personal safety is equally… Read More


Find out what a dragon and a school have in common in Barcelona… Ah, Barcelona! Home of Gaudí, the Sagrada Família, and Camp Nou; Barcelona is famous for many reasons.  No trip to Barcelona would be complete without seeing the incredible works of Gaudí, and Park Güell is one of the best examples of the… Read More