Wednesday July 8, 2020

Five things to do in Barcelona

Described in 1939 as “the wildest city in Europe", Barcelona, although now somewhat calmer, retains a vibrant atmosphere. In a nutshell:

25th June, 2005

Described in 1939 as “the wildest city in Europe", Barcelona, although now somewhat calmer, retains a vibrant atmosphere. Down Las Rambas (the main street), Barcelona's energy flows: numerous street performers put on shows and the indoor food market draws in tourists who feast their eyes on the vast array of fresh fish, fruit, vegetables and meat. Barcelona is a large provincial Spanish city and the capital of Catalonia (Catalunya). To the locals this is not...

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