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On the way from the funicular Montjuic to the Olympic Ring, as it is often called the Catalans themselves, you can see the frozen in concrete traces of celebrities and athletes who took part in the 1992 Olympic Games, after which Barcelona literally changed. On the territory of this gigantic sports complex there are swimming pools (from there, by the way, a beautiful view of Barcelona opens) and stadiums, an original white telecommunications tower in the form of a torch, a physical culture museum, an Olympic museum, and the Sant Jordi Palace, athletics, handball and volleyball. The esplanade in front of the palace is decorated with columns, ornamental trees and the likeness of fountains. Next to the Olympic Park are the National Art Museum of Catalonia (MNAC) and the Botanical Garden of Barcelona.
In the photo about Cambrils, the Red Lighthouse, standing in the city port, is often seen. It is at the end of the pier and helps to navigate the ships at night. It is to this landmark for the sake of successful photos that lovers of exotic spectacles come, from here they have an excellent view of the sea, especially during sunset.
Visit La Barceloneta means to plunge into the unhurried rhythm of the life of the ancient Catalan quarter, wander through the narrow picturesque streets, taste exquisite fish dishes in one of the many seaside restaurants, feel the light breeze and velvet sand under your feet on the best beach in Barcelona . Historically, Barceloneta was a poor fishing quarter with a straightforward development of adjacent houses. Until now, inside these streets, the houses are wrapped in cobwebs of time, and on the hanging in the balconies without any restraint, you can judge the poor prosperity of their owners. However, for the Olympic Games in 1992, the mistress of which was Barcelona, the area was landscaped along the beach lines, the port of Vel, the promenade with an attractive pedestrian zone and with the popular avenues of Barceloneta and Joan de Borbo. Barceloneta is located between the main port of Barcelona and the Olympic Village, an uneven triangle going into the Mediterranean Sea. By making a promenade along the waterfront, it’s easy to get to the amazing sandy beaches and the cable car station on the Tower of St. Sebastian, from which you can ride to Montjuïc in the funicular car. […]
This tiny art gallery is located in the heart of Barcelona , between the Ramblas and San Jaume Square, in the building where the famous Catalan artist Joan Miro was born. Its main task is to support and promote contemporary young artists and sculptors. Now in the collection of the gallery there are about 800 works, including original paintings, illustrations, photographs and sculptures. Here often there are noisy opening days and various creative evenings.
The fountain of Plaza de Espana in Barcelona is often forgotten to look, carried away by the famous Singing (or Magic, if more correct) fountain in the neighborhood, and in vain – this fountain is also unusual, created by famous masters, decorated with remarkable sculptures and undoubtedly , Deserves attention. It was built between 1915 and 1929, and both the square and the monument were created by several well-known Spanish architects – in turn. According to the idea of the creators, the fountain should be located on the road from Barcelona to Madrid and symbolize Spain’s contribution to the world community and its maritime power. For a sample taken one of the areas of the Vatican, created by the architect Bernini. As a result, a very peculiar design of impressive size was obtained, in which three styles were intricately combined: classical Greco-Roman, Baroque and Art Deco. The fountain is located in the center of a green islet, surrounded by a ring road junction. One of the streets that escape from this denouement is the street of Queen Maria Cristina, the one at the end of which is the Singing Fountain. In the center of the island is a high pedestal, […]
La Pineda, photo – shows a sculpture of “Pine”. It is this tree that is the official symbol of the city. Its author, Xavier Mariscal, did not even think that this work will become the hallmark of the resort. The installation adorns the Paseo de Pau Casals promenade and is located opposite the central beach.
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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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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.