It was known as the big house or the Rothschild house, and is defined by a splendid interior patio.
This is an easy one-day route from the picturesque village of Cadaqués to the scenic Cap de Creus, via a 14 km trail.
500 years of history having the human body as protagonist. At Barcelona’s Design Museum.
There are many reasons to go to Montserrat, this mountain is unique – almost strange in its uniqueness.
I don’t think there any other place in Barcelona where you can have your tea while admiring Joan Mirós or Subirachs drawings on the walls, plus a poster by Alexandre de Riquer, a model of one of Sagrada Familia’s windows…
Designed like a vertical garden with winding vine plants, this facade in vivid colours is one of Barcelona’s must-sees.
“We don’t usually wear something we do not agree with. A dialogue needs to be established.”
Passeig de Gràcia is famous for many things – for its history and elegance, for its buildings, great restaurants and luxury shops, still this deep-blue-sea inspired pattern might be its true symbol.
A sensual mural in the heart of the Gothic district.
Translated from Japanese as yummy, deliciousness or a pleasant savoury taste, umami is actually a taste: the fifth taste, the one besides sweet, sour, salty and bitter. It is present in a vast array of veggies as well as in most fermented foods, and it’s also one of the tasty bowls of Honest Greens.
As you already know, I am passionate about architecture and styles, in general. Plus, since I’ve moved to Barcelona I fell head over heels in love with the Modernist current, … Continue reading 10 Modernist Buildings You Should Know. And Why You Should Know Them
“Sculpture is the best way to pose a question” says Jaume Plensa, artist born in Barcelona in 1955. His solo exhibition at MACBA runs until April 22nd so these days are a great opportunity to see it, that if you haven’t already.