Barcelona Guide: See

Paseo de Gracia new attraction Casa Amatller by Puig i Cadafalch

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Door to door I love to taste new beginnings, so while waiting for my last friend in the city’s visit to Casa Batlló (with the tablet) I jumped in, right next door, in the heart of Paseo de Gracia to Casa Amatller, a modernist building (1900) with flemish toppings, by Puig i Cadafalch, enjoyed by his owner only 10 years because in 1910 he passed away... [...]

Tobogganing 15 minutes away from Barcelona Illa Fantasia

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Scruples behind, it's a family plan! But it's fun if you don't go at peak times and you don't mind walking barefoot, with just a wet bikini ...then you are in! You are in to enjoy a dozen wet ¨funtastic¨ rides. Then you have two choices: 1: Choose the victim that will carry up and down everyones sandals and towels and an iphone for pictures 2: or...Lea[...]

Exploring new dimensions and horizons with Miró & Horn

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There is one museum in Barcelona that I don´t mind taking friends over and over. I will just never get tired of Miro’s childlike paintings, sculptures, ceramics, murals, tapestries… His happy colors might seem naïve to many yet they manifest a strong Catalan pride. The Fundació Miró is interesting and fun, totally worthwhile visiting! The architec[...]

The new Mercat del Born ...to be alive!

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42 years after its closure, 12 years after digging its grounds uncovering Medieval ruins that prove 3 centuries of Catalan History, just in the hype of Catalonia’s struggle to become independent, this polemic and beautiful Modernist iron structure -Mercat del Born which use to sell fish, meat, fruits and vegetables, back in the 1870s, now open´s its free ope[...]

¨Mobilelization¨

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Barcelona, the 4th most creative city in the world celebrates its inspiring creative atmosphere with a series of cultural events to promote the city that constantly evolves. My ¨funsational¨ friend Joana Bonet, the youngest and most vivacious editor I have ever met and worked for, over a dozen years (Woman and Marie Claire magazines)...so many stories!, [...]

IDEAL plan with children in Barcelona

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Not everything is invented! some great inventions are massed produced and others die on the way. Yours could be showcased in a museum, called MIBA. A unique museum of ideas and inventions. Its similarity to any other museum is just a coincidence, really! For starters, a Hurricane Machine (that for 2 euros blows up your mind) located in the entrance of th[...]

A trippy new adventure at Casa Batlló

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Barcelona keeps innovating and we love it! We felt like Alice in Wonderland experiencing the new adventure that Casa Batlló, the most emblematic modernist building designed by Gaudi in Barcelona, is offering now to the curious insatiable tourists, locals or fashionistas, like us. It´s called the 3D Tablet, a pioneering and privileged way to discove[...]

Uptown Barcelona …for a change!

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Done with Paseo de Gracia? done with the Old town and the beach? Go higher! Discover where the uptowners mingle, posh homes, boutiques, restaurants, clubs …another lifestyle! Sightseeing -Sarriá, Sant Gervasi, Tres Torres, Pedralbes, can be different and you can do it all in a day. A good suggestion is a nice drive through our favorite Avenues, check ou[...]