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It is a pleasure to go grocery shopping in the Sant Antoni neighborhood where there are many food stores in addition to the local market which has just been remodeled.

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It looks like there are more bakeries in the La Vila de Gràcia neighborhood than anywhere else in Barcelona.

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In various points of the Capital city, one can enjoy churros made on the spot, like here in the El Clot neighborhood.

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Going to the market in Barcelona is a feast for the eyes and for the palate. Catalunya is famous for its cold meats, just like the ones displayed in this refrigerated counter of the Mercat de Santa Caterina located in…

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The Avinguda Diagonal is one of the most iconic arteries of Barcelona. Over ten kilometers long, it connects the western and eastern boundaries of the capital city, and passes through fourteen neighborhoods quite different from one another.

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The Sala Beckett, located in the El Poblenou neighborhood, is a theatre dedicated to contemporary Catalan plays and playwriters. Here we can see one of the halls of the ground floor café.

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In the Provençals del Poblenou neighborhood, there are a few workshops and small factories which look frozen in time but are still in operation.

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People who live in the El Poblenou neighborhood have no reason to go “downtown”. They have everything at hand: restaurants, supermarkets, organic food stores, cafés, fashion boutiques, and much more.

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The urban landscape of Barcelona is in constant evolution. Every day new construction sites appear all over the city, like the one I came across in the El Parc i la Llacuna del Poblenou neighborhood.

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