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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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Modernisme (Art Noveau) in Barcelona, not just Gaudí…

Art Noveau (Modernisme) in BarcelonaThe world renowned ‘modernist’ (art noveau) architect, Antoni Gaudí – who built amongst other edifices the Sagrada Familia temple, the Park Güell, or the incredibly well- known Barcelonese houses, La Pedrera, and the Casa Batlló – was truly a genius and nowadays is venerated as such. But he wasn’t the only one! Continue reading

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The tranquil side of Barcelona.

The blue tram at the slope of the hill TibidaboI’d like to suggest a two hour stroll around the tranquil districts of detached houses and mansions at the foot of Tibidabo. At the beginning of the 20th century many important members of the local bourgeoisie built their villas here, many of which are in the Modernist style, pertaining to Catalonia. Continue reading

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