Guide to Girona

Girona is a small city with population of one hundred thousand, 99km northeast of Barcelona. Situated beside the River Onyar, it is famous for its medieval architecture, well preserved Jewish Quarter, and Roman history. It’s a popular destination for day trips from Barcelona, and can be reached by train in just forty minutes on the …

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Guide to Lloret de Mar

I spent a month in Lloret de Mar, in an Airbnb run by a Russian family, a short walk from the beach. It’s a town of contradictions, in a good way.

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Sitges Guide

Sitges is a beautiful seaside town 35KM southwest of Barcelona. It famous for its carnival, film festival and lively LGBTQ community.

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Gósol

Gósol is a village situated within Cadí-Moixeró Natural Park, to the west of Pedraforca mountain.

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Cardona

If you’d like a weekend that is a little different and not your typical seaside trip, consider a visit to nearby Cardona. Situated about 90km northwest of Barcelona, the historic town sits beside the river Cardener, a branch of the Llobregat. There are two major attractions in Cardona; the striking medieval castle and the nearby …

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