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The Only Barcelona Cathedral: La Seu Cathedral

Barcelona Cathedral is located in the heart of Barcelona in the Gothic Quarter. Construction of this gothic cathedral began in 1298 under King Jaume II but it wasn’t until 1460 that the main building was comp...
by Barcelona Surroundings on Dec 11, 2015

Lost in Gothic Quarter

I traveled with my mother on my second visit to Barcelona (Spain). We decided not to join any guided tours to explore the Gothic Quarter as I was convinced it […]...
by indahs travel photography on Aug 28, 2015

The Only Barcelona Cathedral: La Seu Cathedral

Barcelona Cathedral is located in the heart of Barcelona in the Gothic Quarter. Construction of this gothic cathedral began in 1298 under King Jaume II but it wasn’t until 1460 that the main building was comp...
by Barcelona Surroundings on Aug 21, 2015

The Only Barcelona Cathedral: La Seu Cathedral

Barcelona Cathedral is located in the heart of Barcelona in the Gothic Quarter. Construction of this gothic cathedral began in 1298 under King Jaume II but it wasn’t until 1460 that the main building was comp...
by Barcelona Surroundings on Jul 4, 2015

The Only Barcelona Cathedral: La Seu Cathedral

Barcelona Cathedral is located in the heart of Barcelona in the Gothic Quarter. Construction of this gothic cathedral began in 1298 under King Jaume II but it wasn’t until 1460 that the main building was comp...
by Barcelona Surroundings on May 29, 2015

The Only Barcelona Cathedral: La Seu Cathedral

Barcelona Cathedral is located in the heart of Barcelona in the Gothic Quarter. Construction of this gothic cathedral began in 1298 under King Jaume II but it wasn’t until 1460 that the main building was comp...
by Barcelona Surroundings on Jan 20, 2015

Fun and mystery in the side streets of Barcelona´s Gothic Quarters

I know, it´s quite a mouthful of a title but it equals the eyeful I got when I decided to turn my back on the cathedral, throw away my map and dove valiantly into the tangle of narrow streets and tiny squares which make up the Gothic Quarter of Barc...
by glamour granny travels on Dec 21, 2014

The Only Barcelona Cathedral: La Seu Cathedral

Barcelona Cathedral is located in the heart of Barcelona in the Gothic Quarter. Construction of this gothic cathedral began in 1298 under King Jaume II but it wasn’t until 1460 that the main building was comp...
by Barcelona Surroundings on Dec 11, 2014

La Sagrada Familia: landmark and an artistic and spiritual symbol

La Sagrada Familia is a Barcelona landmark and an artistic and spiritual symbol of Catalonia. On 7 November 2010 the church of La Sagrada Familia was solemnly dedicated and declared a basilica by the Holy Father Benedict XVI and became a holy place o...
by Barcelona Travel Guide on Nov 7, 2014

Taking IB art students to Barcelona.

Last year I submitted a proposal to take IB visual art students to Barcelona as a way to supplement their learning in the classroom. The idea is to immerse students in a setting that will stimulate their thinking and creativity. The principals were s...
by Camels and Tacos on Oct 29, 2014

The Only Barcelona Cathedral: La Seu Cathedral

Barcelona Cathedral is located in the heart of Barcelona in the Gothic Quarter. Construction of this gothic cathedral began in 1298 under King Jaume II but it wasn’t until 1460 that the main building was comp...
by Barcelona Surroundings on Jul 17, 2014

The Only Barcelona Cathedral: La Seu Cathedral

Barcelona Cathedral is located in the heart of Barcelona in the Gothic Quarter. Construction of this gothic cathedral began in 1298 under King Jaume II but it wasn’t until 1460 that the main building was comp...
by Barcelona Surroundings on Jan 20, 2014

The Only Barcelona Cathedral: La Seu Cathedral

Barcelona Cathedral is located in the heart of Barcelona in the Gothic Quarter. Construction of this gothic cathedral began in 1298 under King Jaume II but it wasn’t until 1460 that the main building was completed due to various circumstances affec...
by Barcelona Surroundings on Dec 13, 2013

3 DÍAS EN BARCELONA… Lo que no debes perderte. PARTE I

BARCELONA es una ciudad que te ofrece muchas posibilidades y atracciones para conocerla, pero si tu tiempo es limitado, te ofrecemos un plan de tres días para que los aproveches. Te recomendamos, para que te  ubiques en los recorridos que … C...
by Barcelona Travel Experience on May 23, 2013

3 DÍAS EN BARCELONA… Lo que no debes perderte. PARTE I

BARCELONA es una ciudad que te ofrece muchas posibilidades y atracciones para conocerla, pero si tu tiempo es limitado, te ofrecemos un plan de tres días para que los aproveches. Te recomendamos, para que te  ubiques en los recorridos que … C...
by Barcelona Travel Experience on May 23, 2013

Picasso and Barcelona

It is fairly well known that Pablo Picasso had a history with the city of Barcelona. Although he was born in the city of Malaga and spent most of his adult life in France, it is irrefutable that the magnificent … Continue reading →...
by Barcelona Travel Guide on Mar 1, 2013

Luxury Rambla Catalunya Apartment in Barcelo

Are you looking for a very special apartment in Barcelona? So, have a look to its apartment and you won’t be disappointed! The Luxury Rambla Catalunya Apartment has been laid out in an open plan, one of the main rooms and the lounge share the s...
by Habitat Apartments on Feb 12, 2013

MOTORCYCLE MUSEUM

Barcelona, the city with more motor cycles per capita in Europe, has a museum dedicated to the motorcycle world in a unique space: The ground floor of the convent Sant Felip Neri. The permanent exhibition explains the history of the … Continue...
by Barcelona Travel Experience on Jan 21, 2013

MOTORCYCLE MUSEUM

Barcelona, the city with more motor cycles per capita in Europe, has a museum dedicated to the motorcycle world in a unique space: The ground floor of the convent Sant Felip Neri. The permanent exhibition explains the history of the … Continue...
by Barcelona Travel Experience on Jan 21, 2013

GRATIS IN BARCELONA!… Museu Frederic Marès

The Museu Frederic Marès was established in 1946 thanks to the vast collection of the sculptor Frederic Marés. In his collection were medieval and Baroque sculptures, reliquaries clocks, photographs, games, books and countless art works. It was t...
by Barcelona Travel Experience on Dec 27, 2012


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