It’s blossom season, and the wild roses, the yellow jasmines, and the Spanish brooms turned all parks into wonderlands, making me feel like walking into one of Claude Monet’s floral scapes.
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…
“We don’t usually wear something we do not agree with. A dialogue needs to be established.”
A sensual mural in the heart of the Gothic district.
“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.
It’s all about perception and how things can change when seen from a different angle or point of view.
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.
Twice a year, a networking event opens the doors of many of the warehouses, workshops, coworking spaces, art galleries and shops in Poblenou. Known as the creative district of Barcelona, Poblenou now hosts some 80 locations that present their work, bring live music or shows, and build a pop up bar to serve everybodyContinue reading “Walk the Barrio. Poblenou, Open Night”
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.
In Barcelona, you can pair pretty much everything with cycling. Here are 3 of my favorite experiences, so far.