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Cervantes Park – Barcelona’s secret rose garden

I had been living in Barcelona for some time before discovering this beautiful city oasis. I love parks, because they offer a way to escape the city noises, the pollution and the stressful environment without having to go far. Barcelona offers lots of green spots and I have explored many of them. The Cervantes Park… Continue reading Cervantes Park – Barcelona’s secret rose garden

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Monastery of Pedralbes – World’s largest Gothic cloister

The Reial Monastir de Santa Maria de Pedralbes is a gorgeous Gothic monastery in Barcelona. The convent was founded by Queen Elisenda de Montcada. It dates from the early 14th century and until 1983 it was inhabited by the nuns of the Order of Saint Clare. The highlight of the monastery is its three storey… Continue reading Monastery of Pedralbes – World’s largest Gothic cloister

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An Andalusian neighborhood in Barcelona – Les Roquetes and Torre Baró

Les Roquetes is located in the Nou Barris district of the city of Barcelona. It’s a very vivid and interesting neighborhood. Walking through its streets doesn’t make you feel like being in Catalonia, more like being in Latin America or maybe the Canary Islands or Andalusia. Music and fiestas on the streets are very common… Continue reading An Andalusian neighborhood in Barcelona – Les Roquetes and Torre Baró