Sant Jordi Les Corts Hostel

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Travel Blogs from Barcelona

They Don't Slice Pizza in Barcelona

A travel blog entry by very_rachel


For the second time in my life I had to eat a pizza hacked into edible sized chunks with a knife. I thought this was a fluke until I had to do it again four days later. Why would anyone want an unsliced pizza?

Barcelona was a cool city. Much more laid back than Paris or London. In London the fashion was extremely homogeneous, to point of …

The 1888 World’s Fair in Barcelona

A travel blog entry by ecurtis219

... The Fair played a huge role in making this art form known, not only throughout Catalonia but across the world, as an emerging movement, similar to Art Nouveau but uniquely Catalan in its eclecticism. Thus, the 1888 World’s fair as a mega-event was a win for Barcelona, bringing recognizable buildings that would last, and that would bring hundreds of thousands of tourists flocking to the city annually for years to ...

Catalonia -- We LOVE Barcelona!!!

A travel blog entry by bjbromberg


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We completed our Gaudi fix with a trip to Park Guell. Guell had been a major benefactor for Gaudi and this was next to the site for ...

Almost All About Gaudi

A travel blog entry by mugharrington


... patron saint of Barcelona is St. George – who slayed the dragon. St. George slaying the dragon is all over Barcelona, you just need to pay attention and there he is! First up, Casa Lleo Morera, designed by Lluís Domčnech i Montaner. Montaner also designed the Palau de las Musica Catalan (see yesterday’s blog). Today high end designer shops occupy the ground floors. The upper floor must be incredibly expensive apartments or maybe offices. ...

Day 5 and 6 Barcelona!

A travel blog entry by trogncal


... parklands and descended a massive set of stairs from the Art Museum/National Palace down to Placa Espanya which forms a giant water feature with fountains cascading down the middle of the steps and along both sides of the road. Shopping was not really on our minds when we visited the old Bareclona Bull Ring which has now been converted to a shopping centre.
In the evening we attended a dinner ...


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