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Tales from the Boat party

Tales from the boat party I had heard about the Boat Party Barcelona from a couple of chicks we met in Prague. They had been on it a few weeks before and said it was loose as. Sometimes when girls say that they’re not quite on the same level of what guys consider to...

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Port Vell

Port Vell When walking around Barcelona to get a feel of the city you will inevitably end up walking down La Rambla, the most famous street there in. La Rambla was actually a river many years ago it dried up around the 13th/14th century and when it did the street was...

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Badalona

Badalona If you think you have misread the title of this article and it is simply about Barcelona you would be understandably mistaken. Badalona is a town just a few kilometres north east of Barcelona, the two cities are separated by the Besos river that shoots out...

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Castelldefels

Castelldefels When spending a few days in a city sometimes a little day trip isn’t a bad thing. It’s good to go and get a little change of scenery whilst on your holiday to mix things up a little. Sitges is a great day trip and many people go to get out of Barcelona...

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Sitges

Sitges If you have spent a few days in Barcelona and feel like you’ve done the beaches, had a few good nights out, eaten at a fine selection of restaurants but want a bit of a change. 35km south west of Barcelona is the town of Sitges. It really is the perfect day...

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Swimming pools in Barcelona

Swimming Pools in Barcelona In the summer months Barcelona is hot. Really hot! So hot in fact that the sand on the beach requires you to wear flips flops to walk on it! But if you are not a fan of crowded beaches, with sand getting in the most delicate of places and...

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Poble sec

Poble Sec Barcelona is divided into several districts and they all have their own individual traits. Down in Barceloneta you have the beach and a huge array of seafood restaurants, Gothic you have the old town and winding streets, Raval is a poorer district of the...

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Poblenou

Poblenou When the Olympic Games come to a city there are varying degrees of the positive impact that are left behind once the final medal has been handed out. Some games such as Athens and Rio have left huge areas of the city as ghost towns. Once thriving with...

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Barceloneta

Barceloneta Every district of Barcelona is different in its own unique way. Gothic is the oldest part of the city centre with its narrow winding streets, Raval is the poorer area of the city but it still houses some of the best bars and restaurants. EL Born is very...

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Port Olimpic

Port Olimpic When coming to any foreign city for the first time there is always the excitement of exploring a new place. Barcelona is one that is rich in variety and culture. In the city centre you have the Gothic area which dates back nearly 2000 years, there are...

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Best beaches in Barcelona

Best beaches in Barcelona, One of the most attractive things to many people who come to Barcelona on a holiday is the fact that there are beaches right next to the city. It gives the city a very different feel when you can head down to a beach to sunbath off...

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