Barcelona, the Place to Be

The Catalan capital provides fun for all ages

Barcelona, a city that has its own culture, traditions and personality and a place where you can easily spend endless periods of time exploring.

While the Romans were the first to establish walls around Bàrcino in the first century before Christ, fisherman were the main settlers during the 18th century on the seafront land now known as Barceloneta.

A home to many masterpieces of great architects. The most famous is Antonio Gaudí. Gaudí’s work is admired by many people around the globe as being one of the most unique and distinctive styles in modern architecture.

The sea, the sun, the mountains, the yummy food, the nightlife and the museums make Barcelona one of Europe’s most cosmopolitan cities.

For others, Barcelona is the THC Paradise. Since the inception of Cannabis tourism in the Mediterranean, Spanish cannabis clubs are an exciting trend in the cannabis culture. Barcelona has gradually embraced the marijuana culture with dedicated cannabis clubs and museums.

Without a doubt Barcelona is a place to enjoy yourself!

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Barcelona, a city that has its own culture, traditions and personality and a place where you can easily spend endless periods of time exploring.

A home to many masterpieces of great architects. The most famous is Antonio Gaudí. Gaudí’s work is admired by many people around the globe as being one of the most unique and distinctive styles in modern architecture.

Casa Mila, popularly known as La Pedrera, is aUNESCO World Heritage Siteand the architect’s last civic architectural project.

La Sagrada Familia is a project that began in 1882. Although Gaudí made sure to spend his last few years dedicated to the project, it was clear that it wouldn’t be finished during his lifetime. When Gaudí died in 1926, only a quarter of the basilica had been built, with an estimated 100 years until the completion of his final project.

Park Güellis one of Antoni Gaudi’s most…

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Australian in Spain with a passion for all things sport, health, fitnes & nature. Go deeper to find out more.

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