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What to do along Las Ramblas

One of Barcelona´s busiest tourist attractions year-round is, indubitably, Las Ramblas. This lovely pedestrian promenade, stretching 1.3 km (0.8 miles) connects the more modern Plaza Catalonia with the old city and the original Port. Along this wide ramble, see why Barcelona is considered such a unique and colourful city. Aspasios brings to you a few […]

Following the Gaudí Trail

If one thing characterizes the city of Barcelona, it is the unique modernist style of architecture and its master, Antoni Gaudí. Lose yourself in his fantastical structures, an absolute must during any trip to Barcelona. Each of Gaudí´s masterpieces is truly unique, inspired, and wonderfully beautiful, clearly inspired by the diverse beauty of nature. We […]

Discover the “Tapas Route” of Barcelona

They say the best way to get to know a city and its people is to get lost. In Barcelona, the best way to do this is to go on the prowl for tapas! Gastronomy is one of the top reasons for Barcelona continuing to be such a popular destination among international tourists and for […]

¡Vive La Mercè! Barcelona City Festival 2012

Barcelona is all dressed up to impress, once again. It is already the “Fiesta de la Mercè”, or the city festival of Barcelona (known as Fiesta Major in Catalan), originating in the Medieval festival of the Virgin Mary of Grace (“Mare de Déu de la Mercè). Nothing we describe here can come close to actually […]

Why Come to Barcelona in the Fall?

There are always great reasons to come to Barcelona, but especially as the summer draws to a close. September and October give an excellent impression of the city, one that is much more relaxed and mellow-temperatured than the toasty summer days. Today at Aspasios, we propose an escape to this magical city – for business […]

Aspasios Tip: Try the New Café at Gaudí’s La Pedrera

It has been a month since the emblematic modernista building by Gaudí, La Pedrera, reorganized its new amenities to be available to the public (+34 902 20 21 38 Calle de Provença, 261-265 in Eixample). A new restaurant with a true modernista vibe, is now open on the first floor of the building and open […]

Martin Parr Souvenirs to the Barcelona CCCB

Artist Martin Parr (1952-) is a “documentary photographer” and he covers the more domestic aspects of modern life. A member of the Magnum Agency, the prestigious photographers cooperative, Parr´s exhibit “Souvenir” is on display here in Barcelona at the Contemporary Culture Center of Barcelona (Centro de Cultura Contemporánea or CCCB +34 933 06 41 00  […]

Top 5 Picks for the Grec Festival in Barcelona

The 2012 edition of the Grec Cultural Festival comes back to Barcelona with numerous activities. Throughout the month of July, there are concerts, theatre performances, cinema viewings… these ensure a summer full of unique experiences. With Aspasios´ recommendations of the top 5 events at the festifal, you can be sure to make the most of […]

Follow the Artists’ Route in Sitges

Just 35 minutes from the center of Barcelona, the seaside town of Sitges makes a great day trip. Besides having picturesque beaches filled with clear water, light sand, and striped umbrellas, Sitges has an array of activities to satisfy the curiosity the artistically curious type of visitor.   What we at Aspasios suggest is to […]

See the Lars Physant Exhibit at El Palau Moja

The latest work of Danish artist and Barcelona.lover Lars Physant, two decades in the making, can be seen now at El Palau Moja in the exhibit “Simultaneous Perception”.   The exhibit is travelling throughout Europe, having been seen most recently in Brussels. A citizen of the world, Physant´s work has also been shown in Denmark, […]

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