Plaza Espana Apartments

Address: Carrer de la Creu Coberta, 23, Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain and Canary Islands | Condo
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Location

This condo, located in the Hostafrangs area of Barcelona, is near National Art Museum of Catalonia (Museu Nacional d`Art de Catalunya - MNAC), Poble Espanyol, Placa Espanya, and CaixaForum.
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Travel Blogs from Barcelona

Time to Board!

A travel blog entry by thefamilyhill on Aug 14, 2014

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... of the boat. The shallowest end was 4ft 9 so I couldn't touch the floor without going under, I thought Cameron and Ruby would not like this; how wrong could I be? Ruby had anew game of pushing herself down the steps so she out could touch the bottom. This scared the life out of me as she kept staying down at the bottom and waving at me, she also did lots of great swimming from me to Darren. We dried off poolside with a drink and ...

Beachy barsa

A travel blog entry by amandane on Jul 28, 2014

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... We were set to rendezvous with Shan and Bucko later that evening. After a tasty feast we caught a cab into town and headed to a little bar that had heaps of flavoured beers on tap and made the the most amazing bloody Mary's that I've ever had the pleasure of drinking! We kicked it in town for a while and then headed back to the yacht where we yarned till the wee hours of the morning. Time flew and before long Dane and I were sharing a delightful stroll home and we were surprised ...

Something Around Every Corner

A travel blog entry by santillana95 on Jun 05, 2014

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... It wasn’t until walking the city with our wonderful tour guide, Alan that I began to truly appreciate this city’s unique design, or perhaps lack of design. The city is small and bound by is geography, there isn’t much one can do when enclosed by mountains and the Mediterranean. Therefore, the streets, in the Gothic part of the city, are narrow and rather cramped. My experience with Barcelona was magnified ...

Here I Go Again On My Own (Another Dennis Post)

A travel blog entry by bakkepackers on May 16, 2014

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... weekend. It was a good way to pass some of the time during my three days all alone in Barcelona.

Now, I’ve always wanted to go to a match at the Camp Nou, so I made sure to buy a ticket to this match months ago, when I knew I was going to be in Barcelona. At the time, I figured it’d be a nice chill match at the end of the season, probably meaningless as Barca would have either wrapped up the title or would be out of ...

Never Been to Spain, But I kinda like the music...

A travel blog entry by dixiej on Feb 20, 2014

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... contribution to international architecture. In 1999, Barcelona became the first and only city, to this date, to receive this honor – instead of an individual architect.

5. Flamenco is not well known in Barcelona. Even though Spain is well known for its flamenco dancing, this popular dance is not traditional or well known in Barcelona or Cataluņa. Catalans prefer the more contemporary rock-n-roll scene.

6. Although ...