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Parc de la Ciutadella

Do you need to relax and breathe in some fresh air during your visit to Barcelona? Then welcome to the Ciutadella Park! ;) http://touringsolo.com/index.php/2015/11/30/parc-de-la-ciutadella-enjoy-one-of-the-largest-green-areas-of-the-city/ #barcelona #ciutadella #gaudi #TravellingAlone #TouringSolo #SoloTravellers

Top 10: Best Free Things to Do in Barcelona

Soak up fresh air and scenic views at Collserola - Located on a mountain range just a short ride from the city centre, this huge natural forest attracts both locals and travellers. It’s a top destination for nature-lovers and anyone wishing to enjoy great views of Barcelona. Accommodation: http://www.roomyeti.com/rentals/spain/barcelona/barcelona/

Spain unveils the world’s first travelling garden atop a public bus: Vehicles designed to bring the countryside to the city

Top deck: In years gone by smokers used to frequent the top deck, but now the roof is being used for an altogether cleaner purpose

Margot House, Barcelona - Spotlight -

Fresh, sophisticated, yet delightfully unpretentious; Margot House artfully bridges the gap between understated chic and avant-garde luxury. If a sanctuary within the heart of the city hustle and bustle is what you crave, then look no further. Situated in central Barcelona, this uniquely fresh approach to luxury dwelling is the perfect secret escape for the discerning traveller. A hidden gem, Margot House coolly projects an air of discreet solitude, avoiding any signage, this is a true…

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Don't Miss Eating In One Of Barcelona's Most Exciting Up & Coming Neighorborhoods!

If you can’t decide where to eat in Barcelona, try getting off the beaten path of the beautiful Eixample district or the busy Ciutat Vella and head east to the once fishermen’s-turned-industrial district of Poblenou. This area is a breath of fresh air from the otherwise busy Barcelona: wider streets, shorter buildings, a stone’s throw from the beach and a lot less people. http://devourbarcelonafoodtours.com/where-to-eat-in-barcelona-poble-nou-neighborhood/