If there’s a cool new restaurant or café opening in Barcelona, Spain, you can bet it’s in Sant Antoni. And while the entire neighborhood is high on the trendy scale, no street is home to more popular spaces per square meter than Calle Parlament. These are the top 10 don’t-miss spots on Barcelona’s hippest street.
Amongst Spain's high rise hotels and tourist meccas are host of untouched seaside havens. We’ve lined up ten of the best - from luxury hotels and quiet seaside havens on Spain’s south coast to colorful fishing villages on northern Spain’s rugged, less visited coastline.
Known for its history, delicious tapas dishes and vast array of beaches, Spain is immensely popular with tourists. However, this beautiful country is also home to world-class folk music and dance, making it the perfect place to visit to enjoy a night of traditional flamenco dancing. Below is a list of the ten best tablaos Seville – the capital of Andalusia which is often recognised as a hotspot for flamenco dancing.
The Canary Islands are known for their almost perfect weather and hot days all year round. No wonder numerous tourists are always hurrying to escape from the sweltering heat in numerous small cafés of the island. The sunny shores of Gran Canaria, with the light touch of a summer ocean breeze, are a perfect places to start your day, while slowly tasting excellent coffee and light baked goods and sitting on an open terrace and looking out over the beautiful ocean.
El Poble-sec, located in the Sants-Montjuïc district of Barcelona, is one of the city’s most culturally diverse areas. Once known best as a good place to find a cheap drink, it has recently undergone something of a renewal, yet still maintains its bohemian feel. Expect the vibe to be quirky, creative and relaxed. Here are our ten must-dos for the neighborhood.
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