Thirsty Thursdays: 6 Quirky Bars From My Nights Out in Barcelona, Catalonia

“Sometimes I feel like I’m in Barcelona” – D Kay and Epsilon. The Catalonian capital of Barcelona is a city I could actually see myself living in. The odd thing about it is that Barcelona was never on my list of cities to visit – ever. I’m a bit of a travel cynic these days Read more about Thirsty Thursdays: 6 Quirky Bars From My Nights Out in Barcelona, Catalonia[…]

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Backpacking in Catalonia: Top 5 Sights in Barcelona

You might be surprised to see me do a top 5 of a really popular city and one that has ben covered so much on travel blogs, but it was my first time to tour Barcelona this year and I was quite impressed by it so I thought I’d get a top 5 typed up Read more about Backpacking in Catalonia: Top 5 Sights in Barcelona[…]

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Backpacking in Catalonia: Exploring the Village of Gracia in Barcelona

Barcelona shouts “tourist city” to me and while I can see the reason why it attracts more travellers than Valencia, I still knew I could escape the crowds and get to some off the wall places. While backpacking in Catalonia I heard about the village of Gracia which is housed inside Barcelona’s metropolitan area yet Read more about Backpacking in Catalonia: Exploring the Village of Gracia in Barcelona[…]

Staying in the Best Hostel in Barcelona, Catalonia: Hostal Barcelona

Let me start with a shock for you. Obvious European cities never did much for me. I never had any intention of visiting places like Paris, Munich, Rome, Madrid and Barcelona. But the travel lifestyle is unpredictable. While looking for a cheap flight from New York to Europe, Barcelona and Madrid came top. I opted Read more about Staying in the Best Hostel in Barcelona, Catalonia: Hostal Barcelona[…]

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Gracia Neighbourhood Food Tour with Devour Barcelona in Catalonia

After touring Andorra and loving my first week in mainland Europe for over 5 years, I decided on doing some quirky and unusual things when my backpack and I hit the Catalonian city of Barcelona. Officially and politically I was in Spain of course, but the locals love their Catalonian heritage and hence red and Read more about Gracia Neighbourhood Food Tour with Devour Barcelona in Catalonia[…]

World Borders: How to Get From Barcelona Airport to Andorra by Bus (Catalonia/Spain to Andorra)

As well as being a proud Catalan city, Barcelona (officially part of Spain) also sits near the border of two other countries, Andorra and France and both are only a 3 hour trip from Barcelona. As I had been to France and Spain before a few times, I decided to head to Andorra while I Read more about World Borders: How to Get From Barcelona Airport to Andorra by Bus (Catalonia/Spain to Andorra)[…]

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