I lived in Barcelona (or actually Sant Cugat del Valles, very close and well connected to Barcelona) for 5 years while going to college. During that time, I had the chance to explore this marvellous city and also went visiting most of it whenever friends or family visited. Therefore, I am going to present some of the highlights to do and see in Barcelona, starting with a short 3-day visit.
Something I like about blogging is the fact that I’m also learning new things. I try to offer fresh, useful and fun information, so sometimes I need to do some research on my part, and end up discovering things I didn’t know. Today, I’m going to share some activities you could do in the Gran Canaria (Canary Islands, Spain) that I wasn’t aware of, as well as some others I knew but I think they’re not widely known.
The Canary Islands are a bit far from Spain, but that doesn’t mean they are hard to reach! The best way to go is by plane, and once on the islands, you can choose between air or water. Read on for info and tips!
Barcelona is an amazing city full of vibe and personality. I want to write a series of posts about it, the tourist spots, the not-so-known spots, tips and life… but before that, I want to make sure we’re all on the same page about what Barcelona and Catalunya are!
The Canary Islands are like a small piece of paradise on Earth, and that’s where I’m from.
Today, I am going to tell you about the archipelago where I was born and raised, and I’ll show you some of the pictures I took on my latest visit.