Nisia Bed & Breakfast

C / Gran de Gracia No 44 1o, Barcelona, Catalonia, 08012, Spain and Canary Islands | B&B
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This B&B, located in the La Vila de Gràcia area of Barcelona, is near Joan Miro Foundation (Fundacio Joan Miro), Gran de Gràcia, Placa de Rius i Taulet, and Velodrom d'Horta.
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    Travel Blogs from Barcelona

    Barcelona

    A travel blog entry by whelan_89 on Jul 10, 2014

    ... lls park- the park of gingerbread mosaic houses! The park area was just beautiful however there was not as many gingerbread houses as we thought :-( pretty tho! Off to familia sagrada now to meet jason ben and hanks- we pre purchased tickets to skip the line in the internet and just as well we did as the line was almost as bad as the vatican!!!! Inside was just amazing! I forget how long it has been being built for so will have to update this later but pretty sure it was like 200 ...

    Més Que Un Club

    A travel blog entry by taylor.prichard on May 31, 2014

    ... that the club harbors some powerful political aspirations and affiliations. For many the club represents Catalonia’s opposition to an oppressive Madrid, with some if only minimally thinking that the Club represents Barcelona and Catalonia in an honorable manner. Some may hope that the powerful display of FC Barcelona’s talents, including winning a record 6 out of 6 competitions in 2009, will represent that Catalonia would not only survive if independent, but that ...

    Final Day in Barca! Viva Barca!

    A travel blog entry by jcdanovich on May 28, 2014

    8 photos

    ... and there was a well written history of Barcelona's growth due to trade in the Mediterranean. Finally, the last exhibit was dedicated to Barcelona during the 1700s until today.......but it 95% dedicated to Barca in the 1700s. Barcelona was and still is the heart of Catalonia. During the early 1700s, Barcelona (and Catalonia) wanted to remain separate from the rest of Spain. The exhibit went in to detail about their struggles and battles to remain free, but ...

    Day 181 and 182: Barcelooooona!

    A travel blog entry by adventurenonni on Jan 18, 2014

    15 photos

    ... top of the Sala Hipóstila is a broad open space whose centrepiece is the Banc de Trencadís, a tiled bench curving sinuously around its perimeter and designed by one of Gaudí’s closest colleagues, architect Josep Maria Jujol (1879-1949). With Gaudí, however, there is always more than meets the eye. This giant platform was designed as a kind of catchment area for rainwater washing down the hillside. The water is filtered through a layer of stone and sand, and ...

    Bar-bar-bar-bar-Barcelona.

    A travel blog entry by jedowdle on Nov 17, 2013

    2 comments, 11 photos

    ... driver who took us for a 2-hr tour of sites we hadn't seen last time. Parc de la Ciutadella, Olympic Park, Montjuic. The Olympic stadium isn't used much anymore, except for rock concerts. We had intended to see Sagrada Familia today but taxi driver said tomorrow would be less crowded. At dinner tonight we ordered an appetizer that was one of the most delicious things we've had. If your name is ...