Barcelona, Spain Travel Guide

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Limited by rivers, mountains and the Mediterranean Sea, Barcelona has undergone an almost miraculous transformation in the last 30 years, in which the 1992 Olympic Games strongly contributed. From being a forgotten grey city, today Barcelona stands proudly as one of the world’s main touristic focus, and is home to internationally reputed artists, musicians, chefs and wannabes alike.

It is hard to credit Barcelona’s recent success to a single attraction: its architecture attracts lots of people eager to immerse themselves in the psychedelic colors and shapes of each and every work by the best-known Catalan architect ever, Antoni Gaudí; it is home to one of the most famous soccer clubs of the world, Futbol Club Barcelona, which locals and fans worldwide call "Barça"; its multiple clubs, discothèques, bars and impromptu jams on the street fill the city’s atmosphere with music… and everything happens under a hot Sun that rarely hides behind the clouds.

There’s so much to do in Barcelona, just take a glimpse at the articles we propose to you!
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