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The Good Life in Barcelona, Spain

Best Barcelona Guide - Shareef Abdou

Food, wine, mountains, and beaches make up the wonderful landscape of Spain, and when you visit Barcelona, you are in the center of it all. Sophisticated and devoted to the good life, Barcelona invites travelers to experience a different lifestyle that does not cater to anyone but itself. The city’s streets inspire long walks with a tapas café or bodega on every corner, but the nightlife will thrill you.

So what can you expect when you visit this Catalonian capital?

Quick Guide to Travel in Barcel

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6 of the Best Museums in Barcelona

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Barcelona is awash with fantastic museums and galleries.  So, if you find yourself in the Catalan capital, then be sure them out.  Here's a high-powered half dozen to get you started.    

Museu Picasso

This absolute must (top), opened in 1963, houses the most extensive collection (4,251 paintings) from Picasso’s formative years.  Spread across five contiguous medieval stone mansions, three of which boast permanent collections and two temporary exhibitions, this mus

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A vast valley protected between two mountain ranges, northern Spain's La Rioja features terrain, wind conditions, and soil that differs from one village to the next. The River Ebro flows through it all from west to east flanked by the Cantabria Mountains to the north and the La Demanda Range to the south.

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Vivanco Family Vineyards
, a fourth-generation estate established 100 years ago by great grandfather Pedro Vivanco González, remains a small operation in La Rioja's Alberite. It wasn't until th

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5 Madrid Musts

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In its central area, Spain''s capital has many characteristics that make it stand out among other important cities, which by 2012 made it the thirty-first city most visited worldwide by international tourists, nothing more and nothing less than 4.1 million.


All that there is to see in Madrid, everything that this beautiful city offers to its visitors, you will know it because we will talk about five more important sites that you should visit in Madrid. This city, capital of Spain, has an exce

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Visit Asturias (Spain)

9009208054?profile=originalIf we focus on talking about tourist stays, we are excellent places in Spain, as in the case of Asturias . Splendid, varied tourist spots that will be able to please a wide variety of people, Asturias has become one of the most visited of the Iberian Peninsula and it is not very difficult tounderstand why places.

One of the most striking aspects when traveling to Asturias is the cuisine; in few places in Spain you'll get a variety so exquisite and striking as in this area. One of the favorite dis

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The Aragon region of Spain is filled with castles, cathedrals, monasteries, and UNESCO World Heritage Sites dotting the Pyrenees foothills, desert plains, fertile deltas, and the bustling city of Zaragoza. In addition to being a major cultural and agricultural powerhouse, Aragon's vineyards are renowned not only for their Tempranillo but for their venerated Garnacha's increasing popularity.

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This is the land where Garnacha cultivation began in Roman times yet was under siege by market forces unti

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In today’s world the sharing economy or collaborative consumption is changing the way we do business and we socialize with others.


Some experts believe that this new trend is the next generation of the internet, which provides the social context for a peer-to-peer connections. The sharing economy is a revolution of underutilized time, space, skills and resources.

Today anyone can be a tour guide a car rental agency, a professor, offer his home as a hotel or offer other services. People can save

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Salamanca, The Soul of Spain

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Salamanca sits at the edge of a greening plane, dominated by a skyline of domed cathedrals and dun-colored walls, embracing the town in a timeless medieval clinch. 



The Spaniards call Salamanca “the soul of the Spanish nation," because it's the birthplace of Castilian,the Spanish language. 



Walk Salamanca's streets. It’s the only way to experience the layers of Roman, Visigothic, Islamic cultures tha
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