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Acquaintance with the life and work of Antonio Gaudi is recommended to continue in the Park Güell, where the house-museum of the great Catalan architect is located. In the House-Museum personal belongings of the master are exhibited, a rich collection of furniture and other masterpieces of art created by Gaudi’s hands are presented. In the museum there is even an exhibit that you can touch with your hands – a fence around the garden. Looking at the work of the Catalan architect, you do not get tired of wondering how harmoniously the living space can be built. For connoisseurs of painting, the museum prepared a surprise – a collection of paintings by Miro and Picasso. Helpful information Entrance – 5,50 EUR; for students, pensioners, children 11-17 years old – 4.50 EUR; For children under 10 years old and disabled with one guardian – free of charge. Prices on the page are indicated as of May 2016. Address: Park Güell, Ctra. del Carmel, 23A, 08013 Barcelona , Spain Bus 24, 92, 116; Casa-museu Gaudí,
As is known from history, men have always been food and livelihood-earners, and wives raised children and waited for their husbands. It seems that there is no noticeable female labor by anyone, but how much experience and tears are shed, prayers are spoken out, waiting for the spouse from the sea unharmed. That’s it such women, the wives of fishermen and dedicate a monument erected on the embankment of the city of Cambrils. It is impossible not to notice, it is at the very beginning of the street, directly opposite the port – these are two women sitting on chairs, and repairing the fishing net.
The most famous of the city’s fountains is the glowing fountain. The project was created by the famous Spanish architect, author of the Barcelona Magical Fountain – Carles Bouigas. The fountain was built in 1973 in the central square of Salou . The shades of the backlight, controlled by a special program, change every fifteen minutes. The jets of the fountain are whimsically crossed and merge. In the program of fountain control 210 different variants of light solutions are incorporated. Light show can be seen in the evening, in high season – daily.
The architecture of all regions of the country in one place – that’s what the Spanish village is, a complex of buildings in the open air, created for the same World Exhibition in 1929. Professional architects visited more than 1,600 cities and villages throughout the country, and based on selected material on a space of 49 square meters. km. Precise copies of the buildings of different regions of Spain were built. At the entrance you can see the medieval fortress gates from Avila, then you will get to the main square with buildings from Castile and Aragon, then the streets lead through the Andalusian, Basque, Galician, Balearic, Valencia and Catalan quarters – only 117 authentic buildings. On the first floors of the buildings there are numerous craft boutiques – here you can buy real handmade mantles, Toledo blades, textiles with embroidery, leather products, ceramics and, of course, “edible” souvenirs – sangria, jamon, olive oil. Paid entrance. The nearest metro station is Espanya.
This wonderful park on Mount Tibidabo – more than a hundred years. Here you can even see the oldest, the very first attractions, which are still in working order. But the most important thing is its location: it stands on the 500-meter high peak of the Barcelona mountain, with which to look down – it captures the spirit, and what about the views from the Ferris wheel when it is at the highest point of its turnover, or on flights on speed slides almost over the precipice. In general, a fair amount of adrenaline in the park of Tibidabo is guaranteed. In total there are 25 attractions for any age and even there is a street theater with cheerful views. True, the park does not work every day, the schedule needs to be found on its official website. But the whole year round the local Luna Park – Tibidabo Sky Walk, which is small (only 8), but also there are attractions – mainly children’s: Carousel, Airplane, Rio Grande and the famous Museum of mechanical toys, which was filmed one of the scenes of Woody Allen’s Oscar-winning film “Vicky Cristina Barcelona”. By the way, after skiing and hiking, you can climb […]
The National Archaeological Museum of Tarragona, founded at the dawn of the nineteenth century, is now recognized as the oldest museum in the whole of Catalonia. In its walls are collected various archaeological finds, discovered in the city and its surroundings in the past one and a half centuries. The foundation of the museum fund is made up of artifacts from the early Christian necropolis and the Roman Amphitheater, and its crown is the ancient mosaic, detailing the deadly head of the Medusa of the Gorgon. The museum was created by Hernandez Sanauja in 1848, and 112 years later moved to the current building. Expositions are placed on three floors and are represented by various sculptures, gold coins, fragments of ancient mosaics, ceramics, ancient weapons and many details of antique and medieval buildings. You can get to the National Archaeological Museum of Tarragona on city buses running on routes 8 and 21 and passing the Pilats stop. In addition to the building itself, where a rich collection of various exhibits is exhibited, the museum also owns the Paleochristian Museum and necropolis, the Roman villas Squeyes and Els Munts, as well as a library based in a building on a nearby […]
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In Sunset St. you will find a Spiritual and different place in Salou .You will enjoy food from diferent places of the world, we have Handmade Pizzas, Tapas, Season Salads and more… Relax in our terrace with good music, refreshings natural juices, milkshakes or why not, with Coctails.Sunset St. is the only Tea Place in Salou, we have a menu with 40 different flavors. We also served breakfast and half day meals.Come to Sunset!
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In Gracia, one of the most popular areas of Barcelona , in August there is a great national holiday. The streets are filled with joyous noise and decorated with multicolored decorations, and the cultural program consists of musical concerts, beer tastings, fun contests, master classes, sports events, street processions, acrobatic pyramids, theater performances, art exhibitions and outdoor film screenings – in short , entertainment is enough for everyone and for every taste, you only need to visit the area of Gracia in the days from August 15 to 21. Entrance: Free of charge
The celebration of the great holiday in the area of Gracia, which gathers all of Barcelona , will be the concerts of black music Blackcelona Rovira Experience 2018. On Thursday August 16, the program will begin at 23:00, when the public will perform a new star of European soul Shirley Davis, accompanied by the band The Silverback. On Friday, August 17th, at 23:00, the stunning Barcelona team The Slingshots playing funky and soul, as well as the Molly Varlet band, featuring unique voices, will perform funk, rhythm and blues and acid jazz. Entrance: Free of charge
As soon as the festival ends in the Gracia region, another big and very popular holiday starts in the Sants area – Festa Major de Sants. Jazz and gospel music, chocolate fountains, acrobatic pyramids, traditional processions with torches and giant dolls, folk dances and many other cultural and entertainment events fill the streets of Barcelona to the delight of local residents and visitors. Many entertainments are aimed at children, so the holiday is best visited by the whole family – there will be enough fun for everyone! Entrance: Free of charge
A very popular holiday in Spain, “Flower Battles”, takes place annually in Laredo (Cantabria), collecting numerous tourists from all over the country on the streets of the city. On the last Friday of August a unique colorful procession passes through the city – not just sculptures from flowers, but whole monuments, are erected on platforms, each of which also tells its own story. In addition to this amazing imagination, visitors of the city are waiting for fairs and musical performances, as well as night fireworks, so do not miss this unforgettable holiday. Entrance: Free of charge
For one day, Ribadavia returns to the Middle Ages. On the last Saturday of August, the historical center of the city turns into a stage where a unique holiday takes place. Its guests are not only local residents, but also tourists from all over Spain and other countries. People dress up as knights and street performers and take part in an old Jewish wedding, watch other colorful performances and buy the products of skilled craftsmen at a big fair. Reliability attached to the event is the fact that the money currency on this day is an old Maravedi coin. Entrance: Free of charge
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Luxury private house, which is located in the elite quiet zone of Salou. The house is surrounded by a green area with a private pool and consists of three floors: parking for 4 cars, 1 st and 2 nd floor. The distance from the house to the beach is about 800m. Shops, restaurants and cafes are within walking distance. Our house is fully prepared for a wonderful holiday by the sea. The space The building of the luxury-class was built in 2007,with the usege of the best modern materials.The house is tree-stride and is calculated for 10-11 persons. The hall is of 45 meters with the second light and the height of the ceilings is from 3 to 6 metres. The upper floor has 4 bed-rooms with balconies,three bath-rooms. The second floor has a big kitchen,cosy fire-place and a big bed-room is also located there. You can enjoy a nice view from the terrace of the second floor. The ground floor has a shower and dzacuzy ,a parking lot for four cars and a gym. The territory stroud the house is green with nice swimming-pools. The house is furnished with designer furniture and all the bath-rooms are equipped with Villeroy […]
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Once the port in Los Cristianos had an important commercial significance. Today, this is a busy place where fishing boats are more of an entourage. Boats and ferries regularly board the harbor, which transport tourists along with rented cars to the neighboring islands of the archipelago (for example, to the island of Homer). Here you can rent a cruise yacht, buy a ticket for a sightseeing boat with a glass bottom, take a look at the crabs sunbathing on the rocks and simply dine at one of the local restaurants specializing in seafood. At night, the harbor lights up, cafe and bars keep alive music, flamenco rhythms sound, and guests are entertained by animators.
This place is called “Canary Venice ”, as the tunnels connecting the harbor with the fishing port are made in the manner of canals. Their sidewalks are full of numerous bars and restaurants, and all the houses in the town are not higher than two floors – in the end you get an insanely cozy landscape. On Fridays, a market operates in Puerto de Mogan, for which tourists and locals from all over the island come to the town. Basically, everything is bought with fresh fish.