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.
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
Eixample district is probably the most iconic in Barcelona and also the most diverse in terms of shopping, restaurants and nightlife. Its grid-like layout is the symbol of the modern Barcelona we know today.
MACBA or the Contemporary Art Museum of Barcelona is the place to see vanguard art in the museum and enjoy great views of neighbourhood from above while you go up and down a 3-storey ramp. It’s square is one of the favourite places of the city’s skaters and its surrounding tapas bars are definitely worth a stop.
The square of Gloriès is just 10 minutes away from Sagrada Familia. It’s the place to enjoy the Design Museum of Barcelona, or just catch the sun at midday, relaxing … Continue reading Design Museum & Cafe
Modernist design, souvenirs made in Barcelona, a nice walking route through the center and a story about the four petal flower.
Art, coffee, a snack, digital nomads in Spain, yoga, swim, relax. Cafeteria at D-HUB, BOX by the Barceloneta beach, Fundacio GASPAR in El Born.
Walk the centre of the city and have a Modernist breakfast, eclectic brunch and gourmet Catalan lunch at the market.
Moritz is the oldest and still active beers of Spain. It started on Catalan ground, brought here by an Alsacian, and became a part of the history of the entire country.
Illa de la Discòrdia or Manzana de la Discordia, namely the Block of Discord, is, maybe, the most famous collection of Modernist buildings in the city of Barcelona. They are sharing … Continue reading The Apple of Discord
Tan-ta-ran-ta-na. Carrer d’en Tarantana. A nice and quiet street, off the tourist mainstream, still very close to many well known attractions. Halfway between the Picasso Museum and Arc de Triomf, and … Continue reading Tantarantana, a Street in El Born
It is best known for its multicolored roof with 325,000 ceramic pieces in 60 different shades – representing the colors of the vegetables and fruits inside the market. Mercat de … Continue reading Mercat de Santa Caterina