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These photos are taken in Istituto Italiano di Cultura, Barcelona, during a catering offered for the presentation of new text books.
Catalan and international cuisine cook: Angles Polo Ma...
The city waterfront is one of the best areas to relax, spend your freetime and also have lunch or dinner. It starts at the foot of the Montjuic Hill and extends all the way to the limit of the city with the Besos river.
As you explore it, you'll be covering different areas, each of...
The Gothic Quarter is the oldest part of Barcelona. Founded by the Romans 2000 years ago under the name "Barcino", it grew from being a small vacation town into being the capital of the Crown of Aragon.
This is why you can see here Roman ruins such as the City Walls, the...
La Rambla is probably the most famous street in Barcelona. In the middle ages, the area flooded when it rained, but as most of the year it remained dry it became a popular place for outdoor markets and hanging out.
Starting from the Old Port (Port Vell) you'll see the Columbus statue...