The city of Barcelona grew through centuries to its actual state, but the core of the city remained, and remnants of past times are still open to the eye of every person that steps into the Gothic Quarter. The amount of historical spots and relics is so vast, anyone could spend a whole day visiting all those places and still not uncover everything. I can’t count the times I’ve been in the gothic quarter, I’ve even studied in a school there for some time, and everytime I found a new corner to observe, a new stone to uncover. Last time I visited during the “Festes de Sant Roc” the gothic quarter summer festivities, held every august. Follow me in this walk through history, and let me know in the comments about your impressions or other hidden spots to know in the Gothic Quarter.
Former hospital, the modernist site of Sant Pau was reopened after renovation in 2014, for visits, guided tours, expositions and history archives. Though I’m constantly traveling around the globe, I still have a lot to explore of my home country and Barcelona. The largest modernist site in Europe, many times I have passed by the site and thought “next time”. It was the right time to assist at the Travel Bloggers Meeting event held at Sant Pau, and explore the modernist site.
This year felt like winter never really came to Barcelona, and soon it will be the time to take the route to the beach. Warming up for summer, we rode our Harley Davidson to, on my first group road trip of the year. An early morning route from Barcelona to Costa Brava through the Catalan coastal range. Keep reading to know more about this city escape to Arenys de Mar, and take a glimpse to the streets of the old town in Arenys de Mar.
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Located just at 100km from Barcelona, the medieval town of Rupit-Pruit makes a perfect day trip excursion, hiking on the many mountain paths to the town, enjoying the views of the valley of Sau and Collsacabra. In contrast with a medieval town like Rupit-Pruit, our modern iron rides made quite a good show the day we visited it. Keep reading to know more about our little road trip with Harley Davidson to the medieval streets of Rupit-Pruit.
Localitzada a tan sols 100km de Barcelona, el poble medieval de Rupit-Pruit son excelents per una excursió, caminant per els molts recorreguts de trekking a les muntanyes cap a Rupit-Pruit, i disfrutar de les vistes de la vall de Sau i Collsacabra, entre d’altres. En contrast amb una vila medieval com Rupit-Pruit, les nostres modernes montures de ferro montaren un bon show al arribar el dia que vam anar de visita. Podeu seguir llegint per descubrir una mica més de la nostra ruta amb Harley Davidson als carrers medieval de Rupit-Pruit.