Visit Barcelona

Barcelona's Secrets
Walking around popular places, prohibited neighbourhoods, secret corners, unusual streets and very "particular" houses. The world full of contrasts where the working class used to live, but at the same time frequented by rich catalan "burgesía", artists, writers, spies in searching of a new emotions.
"Barrio Chino in Barcelona together with Vieux Port of Marseille is the most vicious neighbourhood of all European cities."     
                                                    Paul Bowles  

Barri Gòtic
Penetrate to the labyrinth of the Barri Gòtic, the heart of the city where it all started 2000 years ago. Legends and stories. Discover the elegant Catalan Gothic architecture, its ancient narrow streets, Jewish quarter, corners and squares which testify over five centuries, that Barcelona was once Mediterranean capital and home to the kings. 

 Colors of Gaudí
Barcelona has a privilege to be a home to almost all creations of this world famous architect and the biggest exponent of Catalan Modernism.
Antoni Gaudi (1852-1926) was an architect with an innate sense of geometry and volume with an extraordinary  imagination that allowed him mentally projecting the majority of his work before passing to the planes. Learn more about this genius and enter his world of fantasy. 

Near Barcelona

Montserrat- The Holy Mountain
To visit Montserrat is to know one of the most important symbols of Catalonia. 
Montserrat is a mountain, a sanctuary and a monastery. This is why Montserrat is such a special place. Interior of the mountain hide a subterranean world almost unexplored, full of caves and hermitages. It is the Sanctuary of the Virgin of Montserrat, popularly called La Moreneta or black Madonna, patron saint of Catalunya. 
Montserrat is a culture: a library of a 300,000 volumes, the oldest boys' choir in Europe, a museum of paintings by El Greco, Picasso, Dalí, Caravaggio among many others and treasures from ancient Egypt.

Catalan artist was born in Figueres, provocative, eccentric, controversial, the biggest exponent of Surrealism, married to a Russian woman, a close friend of Luis Buñuel, Garcia Lorca or Hitchcock. Painter, writer, designer, journalist, jeweler. But also lover of the cinema. The Dalí Theatre-museum is the largest  surrealistic object in the world. No matter what you already know he will surprise you.

"Cinema is the most unreal way of expressing reality"

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