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  • My experience in Barcelona and Catalonia, Spain

    The Sagrada Familia, Gaudi's top masterpiece

    A picture that I took of Sagrada Familia, one of Gaudi’s top masterpieces

    Barcelona is undoubtedly a thriving city, the de facto capital of Catalonia and Spain’s second largest city filled with fun, culture and beauty. It has everything, and with its excellent climate, it is an exciting destination and notorious for its fine beaches. The city features many prominent sights that should not be missed.

    Located on the Northeastern side of Spain on the Mediterranean coast, Barcelona is also located 75 miles from the border of France. It is ranked as the the third most visited city in Europe after London and Paris.

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  • Barcelona, A Scene Filled with Life

    One of Barcelona's top destination

    One of Barcelona’s top destination, Palau Nacional

     

    The Capital of Catalonia becomes more interesting year by year.

    The heart of Barcelona is the “La Rambla”. Almost everybody who visits the city will go through it at least once, no matter if it’s day or night, everybody will experience the striking boulevard which connects the renowned  Plaza de Cataluna with “La Rambla”.

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  • The creepiest ghost towns in Europe

    Tyneham, photo by Claudia Gabriela Marques Vieira

    Most of the world’s famous ghost towns are what’s left of old, short-lived mining towns in the US and Canada which were abandoned once there was little ore left to find. But the towns you see in old Western movies are not the only kind of ghost towns around.

    Old Europe also has several sad tales of abandoned towns and villages that now lie empty but still intact. These ghost towns have been abandoned for various reasons, some tragic and some uninteresting, but the towns themselves are all worth a visit. Feel the past creep up behind your back while you visit some of the creepiest ghost towns in Europe.

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  • 5 Christmas traditions worth traveling for

    photo credits: http://christmasstockimages.com

    Many people are reluctant to travel at Christmas because they don’t like the crowds, the inflated prices, or maybe they just don’t want to deal with the cultural shock of not being able to celebrate the holiday in a way that there are used to.

    But there are tons of places in the world that become incredibly interesting at Christmastime, and not only because of decorations and events, but also because different countries have different Christmas traditions that you  might not have heard of.

    If you are ready to experience Christmas in a different way then before, then here are 5 Christmas traditions worth traveling for, to open up your appetite.

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  • Top 5 Spanish hideaways

    Besalu

    Sometimes Spain seems like one gigantic tourist destination that has something to visit at every corner (and everyone knows where every corner is). But there are some secrets left to this country, and plenty of destinations that not everyone knows about.

    It takes some digging to find them, and you might know precious little about these destinations until you get there, but once you do get there, you’ll never want to leave the cycle of siesta, fiesta and sightseeing. Here are the top 10 Spanish hideaways that you can retreat to on your holiday.

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