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I really like this “How to spend a weekend in Barcelona?” slideshow of the New York Times. Check it our if you need some inspiration! (WARNING: For tourists only! :))

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Here is a tiny post I wanted to put together for ages! A list of the best/most known immobiliaria websites in Spain /BCN. Let me know if I left out something you feel should be on the list!

www.idealista.es

www.loquo.es

www.bornliving.com

www.segundamano.es

www.mundoanuncio.com

And I recommend this article on how to get a flat in Spain…

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I remember one hot summer afternoon i spent in Park Guell but other than that Gracia did not make a huge impression on me. Now looking at all the recommendations all over the web it sounds to be the place to be! I’ll definately check it out! New home… maybe! 😀

This district, an ancient village enclosed in Barcelona’s city centre is a favourite. Shops, retro and trendy boutiques, nice restaurants, bars and cafés, charming little squares… Take it easy & enjoy a sunny nap or a shady coffee.Musicians, designers and artists of all sorts have made this Bohemian neighbourhood one the nicest in Barcelona. For those who are after the real Barcelona. Ideal location for longer stays.

  • Plaza del Sol, Rius i Taulet, de la Virreina : bars, restaurants, terraces.
  • Carrer Gran de Gracia : Belle Epoque buildings.
  • Cinéma Verdi : for cinema lovers.
  • Parc Güell : close to Gracia, a phantasmagoric park by Gaudi.

Couple sitting on rooftop terrace, woman on man's lap

  • Festa Major : 8 days of fiesta, mid-August.

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