A Full Day of Things to do in El Raval

For many who visit Barcelona, a trip to one of the city’s oldest and most vibrant barrios, El Raval, won’t make it onto the itinerary. This is a shame. El Raval is a cultural melting pot that celebrates its confluence of culture in the minutiae of... Read More

  • More Food on the Way! Italian Food by Region Guide (Part 2)

    Continuing on our foodie road trip across Italy, we’re going pick up where we left off. Let's head to Lombardy! (If you just stumbled upon this adventure, check out the Italian food by Region Guide Part 1 to ensure you don't miss out on any of the delicacies!)Lombardy [img-31]Lombardy’s beautiful food culture definitely struggles to get out... Read More

  • Eat your way through Italy! Our Italian Food by Region Guide (Part 1)

    When we think of Italy, we think of a great beauty. A deeply passionate country, steeped in centuries of history and culture. We think of Rome, and its ruins, of Florence, and its art, of love, life and, of course,... Read More

  • Street Party! The Festa Major de Gracia 2018

    The Festa Major de Gracia 2018 kicks off this year, as it does every year, on the 15th of August. This week-long celebration is one of the biggest of Barcelona’s Festa Majors and takes place in the Catalonian capital... Read More

  • La Tomatina Festival 2018: Spain's Tomato Throwing Fiesta!

    Forty kilometers west of Valencia, the last Wednesday of August every year, the small, sleepy town of Buñol comes alive with a fevered battle that sees the streets run red with...tomatoes! La Tomatina Festival 2018, or any other year for that matter is the world’s largest tomato throwing festival and one of the more eccentric traditions of the Iberian peninsula. Origins of La Tomatina [src-1]Much ambiguity surrounds the origins of the La Tomatina. In fact, if you were to stop each of Buñol’s 9000 inhabitants and ask them for their take,... Read More

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