Barcelona: Metro & Taxi

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Metro Schedule From Monday to Thursday, Sunday and Bank Holidays from 5 a.m. to 12 p.m. Fridays from 5 a.m. to 2 a.m. Saturdays non stop service 24/24 hours as on January 1st, June 24th, August 15th, September 24th WEBsite from Barcelona Metro and Bus  infos Impressions of Barcelonas Continue Reading...

Flamenco Shows

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 RAMBLA area : LOS TARANTOS Plaza Reial 17 Barcelona (Ramblas) Ph : 93 31 83 067         Metro Liceu (L3) WEB Los Tarantos Show everyday at 8.30 pm 9.30 pm 10.30  pm .  July and August show everyday at 6.30 pm, 7.30 pm, 8.30 pm, 9.30 pm, 10.30 pm  and 11.30pm The show lasts half an hour. It is Continue Reading...

Barcelona City Guide : Gracia

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This district, an ancient village enclosed in Barcelona’s city centre is a favourite. Shops, retro and trendy boutiques, nice restaurants, bars and cafés, charming little squares… Take it easy & enjoy a sunny nap or a shady coffee. Musicians, designers and artists of all sorts have made this Continue Reading...

Gastrononomic Restaurants in Barcelona

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El Celler de Can Roca, located in Girona (Costa Brava)  has 3 Michelin stars and was elected World Best Restaurant 2013.  It's easy to get there by train or car and, with the excuse of a "gastronomic escape", you can take the opportunity to visit the lovely Girona. Its Web: El celler de can Continue Reading...

3 Kings Parade: January 5th

The Three Kings' parade, Melchior, Baltasar and Caspar or the Twelfth Night ( the day of Epiphany) through Barcelona on January 5 from 5.30 p.m. top 9 p.m.. It is a 5 km long parade through the city, from the Ciutadella Park to the Plaza Espana ( Montjuic fira). It is the bigger street event in Continue Reading...

Parking in Barcelona

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Traduction française en bas de page. There are many car parks in the centre.  You should know that parking spots in the streets are for residents only (besides some areas far away from the city center). The green zone are for resident only & the blue zone are only to stay a few hours. Be Continue Reading...

Gay friendly!

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Barcelona is, after Amsterdam and Paris, one of the most popular gay destinations in Europe. With it´s beautiful gay friendly beaches like Mar Bella, San Sebastian or, for the more older guys Chernobyl beach, you can enjoy a lovely summer. If you are staying a bit longer in town, don´t forget to Continue Reading...