Guess where I took that picture? I will give you a tip: it is a must-see place in the La Barceloneta neighborhood.
Nature is everywhere in Barcelona with its tree-lined streets, its parks and gardens, as well as its “wilder” areas in the uphill neighborhoods, close to the Parc Natural de la Serra de Collserola.
With the expansion of the city scope in the 20th century, many families had to settle down away from the historic center and build their house with their own hands, like in the upper part of the Vallcarca i els…
Located in the La Font de la Guatlla neighborhood, the CaixaForum Barcelona centre offers a great variety of artistic, cultural and educational events throughout the year. This photopainting is a homage to Maurits Cornelis Escher.
The Jardí Botànic is the ideal place to see the first signs of spring in Barcelona. It is located in the Montjuïc hill, in the El Poble Sec neighborhood.
In the Mercat de Santa Caterina you can eat delicious dishes made from all kinds of products sold right in the market stalls.