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Roman and Medieval Barcelona, a popular visit.

 

Square Santa Maria del PíWe’ll take a walk through the centre of Barcelona, with the opportunity of visiting sights such as the city’s Roman remains, the Barcelona City History Museum, the Picasso Museum, the Frederic Marés Museum, the cathedral, the Church of Santa Maria del Mar or the medieval Royal Shipyards. Continue reading

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Girona, the great unknown.

Girona and river Onyar

It seems incomprehensible that the incredibly old city of Girona is so little visited, when compared to the Costa Brava nearby or the great metropolis of Barcelona, only 100km away. Furthermore, when one considers that it has one of the oldest, best conserved and most attractive medieval centres of the entire peninsular. Continue reading

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Siurana, the final redoubt of the Moorish Queen.

Village Siurana

 The little village of Siurana, with its old houses and cobbled streets, evokes all the atmosphere of the Middle Ages. The Moorish kings ended their reign in this region’s lands. Continue reading

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