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I’ve just arrived in Barcelona 😀 I’ll be here 4 days for a Mango project with some other international bloggers and to visit the city, in which I’ve never been before. Any advice about not touristic places I can’t miss?
So glad most of you like the new layout!
Have a wonderful weekend!
Amo l’España!

Sono appena arrivata a Barcellona 😀 Starò qui quattro giorni per un progetto di Mango insieme ad altre blogger internazionali e per visitare la città, in cui non ero mai stata prima. Consigli di posti poco turistici che non devo farmi scappare?
Sono felice che la maggior parte di voi abbia apprezzato il nuovo layout!
Passate uno splendido weekend!
Amo l’España!

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321 Responses to “I’m in Barcelona!”

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    Reply to Johnk285
  • I do trust all of the ideas you have offered for your post. They are very convincing and will certainly work. Still, the posts are very brief for novices. May just you please lengthen them a bit from subsequent time? Thanks for the post.

    Reply to fiestas barcelona gratis

    please change your blog to its old format!!! and you look great in the tub of lettuce, but the barbie was just so cute.

    have fun in barca!

    Reply to Anonymous
  • Don't miss a lunch at El Passadis del Pep!!!!, best restaurant in town, only locals know about it, they don't even have a menu, you just get whatever is fresh from the market, but you'll not forget the seafood and fish from the place once you try it!

    Alicia

    And if you like jewellery, Marta Alcolea is the place!, treasures from the Art Nouveau style Modernist period in Barcelona

    Reply to Alicia

    consigli per lo shopping non ne ho molti… ho vissuto a Barcelona un anno…
    Ti consiglio di andare a berti qualche chupito da ESPIT CHUPITOS in Passeig de Colón, 8… è un posto particolarissimo con centinaia di chupiti!!
    poi ti consiglio assolutamente di andare a mangiare in qualche champagneria… a mio avviso la migliore è CAN PAIXANO in Carrer de la Reina Cristina, 7 … è molto casereccia, è pieno di studenti erasmus e fanno le tapas piu buone della città… e i prezzi sono ridicoli…
    goditi Barcelona… è fantastica, io ci ho lasciato il cuore!

    Reply to Anonymous
  • la mia città! 🙂 bella, vero? per me non c'è un posto migliore!!!

    quello che devi fare è fare una passegiatta per "El born"… una delle cose che mi piace di più fare!!!

    xx

    Reply to Meri.

    You have to go and see park guell! The view is breath taking! Also you should go to the montjuic castle and fountains. The view is also beautiful. In addition you cant miss sagrada familia or parc de la ciutadella. I know you wont be there for long but go to at least one of those places. Also, if you are planning on going out during the night you have to go to Opium which is located right next to the beach. The best club in Barcelona!

    Reply to Anonymous

    In my opinion, Barcelona is one of the best cities in the world! (with NYC obviously)
    I have to tell you to visit el Raval, el Born, "Ciutat Vella" in general. All of this beside the numerous touristic places that you have probably already seen on all of the touristic guidebooks! It's a shame you're only staying in Barcelona for 4 days, but, if you find the time, you should wake up early in the morning and just start to walk, wherever your legs take you to! The Eixample, the centrer of the city, is wonderful, and you should'nt only stay on the main streets of it because they are all amazing (but it's true that there are some buildings that destroy completely the view of the street sometimes!). Take you time to look in the inside of the city, and, like i said, el Born, el Raval and l'Eixample are the best places to see the real Barcelona!
    I hope you are having (and you'll have) really fun and that you'll go back in Barcelona to spend more than 4 days,
    IT IS DEFINETLEY WORTH IT!!

    P.S: it's also one of the best places to SHOP! Passeig de Gracia, Plaça Catalunya and Rambla Catalunya (besides the smaller streets) are just AWESOME.

    Reply to Anonymous

    Chiara! I love ur blog and always read it! I'm from Barcelona and u definitely have to go to: Le Monde de Sophie, calle santalo 58 (it's a lovely shop, very cute dresses and stufs!) hope u're gonna like it!! have a good days in BCN!!

    http://www.lemondedesophie.com/

    Reply to Anonymous
  • Ho visto la pubblicita di Miss Dior della ragazza in vasca e ho pensato ad un iventuale foto di qst tipo..entro in the blond salad e cosa trovo?? Chiara in vasca! Pazzesco 😀 e pazzesca sei tu!:)

    Reply to Little Dreamer

    se vuoi assaporare lo spirito catalano vai all'ovella negra! ti sballerai tantissimo e vivrai del pazzo pazzo divertimento!

    Reply to Anonymous
  • I'm from Barcelonaaaa!!!! I think you'll love it! 🙂 You should go to "El Born" a very nice place of the city, it's full of vintage shops and nice restaurants and bakerys… also go to monjuic, but both are turistic…anyway, you should visit it!

    Reply to Beatrice
  • Ciao Chiara!!!
    Beh credo che Barcellona sia splendida anche se non l'ho ancora visitata! 😉
    Tienici aggiornate!!
    Ah, ti ho aggiunta su facebook, almeno credo che sia tu visto che ci sono mille persone con il tuo nome, sono VALENTINA PALLAVICINI 😉
    Spero accetterai, continua cosìììììì!!!!
    Ti adoro!

    Reply to Valii'D ?
  • the non-cultural places you can't miss in barcelona for your spare time (to sum up the comments i've read, amb my experience – i'm from bcn!-) are:

    – nasty Mondays (Av. Paral·lel — SALA APOLO)only on Mondays' night, as you might have guessed ;)it's the trendiest club

    – Cup&Cake, the cutest cafeteria ever with delicious cupcakes and wonderful decoration

    – W hotel terrace bar

    – La Boqueria (colourful market)

    – Vinçon Shop in Passeig de Gràcia, unique!

    – and of course shopping in Zara, i assume you know that it's way cheaper here! the one in Passeig de Gràcia is my favourite one 😉

    have fun chiara! you've been lucky the storms are over, god it's been an awful week! enjoy the great weather!

    Reply to marta

    ciao ho visto che rispetto ai primi post del blog la qualità delle foto è estremamente migliorata….hai cambiato macchina fotografica e/o obbiettivo o tutto sta alla bravura del fotografo? spero in una tua risposta.. ciao

    Reply to Anonymous
  • Chiarotta,come ti ha già detto un'altra persona,OCCHIO ALLA BORSA!!!!!!!
    soprattutto in metro(e non solo lì!) ci sono parecchi borseggiatori!
    Stavano fregando il portafogli anche a me in metro quando sono andata circa 4 anni fa.
    per il resto é una città vivibile e tranquillissima (e bellissima,of course!)

    Reply to marina
  • I wanna go to España too!!
    Have a nice trip =D

    a-little-awkward.blogspot.com

    God Bless?Aneirys

    Reply to Neiry
  • I love your pictures! You have to go to the market "La Boqueria" on the Ramblas, the colors are wonderful there and you can buy fresh smoothies anytime! And you can get lost in the small street in the old city, it's really cool. Have fun in Barcelona 🙂

    http://fashionbrunette.blogspot.com

    Reply to Charlotte
  • Ciao Chiara!
    Barcellona è magica, piena di vita e di energia, te ne innamorerai! Io ci sono stata tantissime volte ma ogni volta mi sorprende più della precedente!
    I posti che preferisco sono la Rambla de Mar e il Barrio Gotico! Meravigliose anche la Fuentes de Montjuic e Casa Batllò!
    Divertiti e goditi qeusta magnifica città!!!!

    Reply to ylenia
  • SONO TORNATA TRE SETTIMANE FA DA BARCELLONAAA!!! è già la quinta volta che la visito! ti prego non ti perdere i locali notturni come l'OPIUM o il CATWALK…sono veramente chic e di buon gusto!!!1posizionati sul mare nella ciutat villa olimpica…formidabili!!!
    per lo shopping..beh…il pesseig de gracia fa al caso tuo!si si….

    Reply to talitatù
  • Cute picture. Have fun !!

    xxLily
    goldandgray.blogspot.com

    Reply to Lily
  • so jealous! hope you're having the best time livin' it up in barcelona 😉

    Reply to Lacey
  • I've always wanted to visit Barcelona! It seems beautiful! Have a great trip.
    Also, I LOVE the gold sunglasses!
    xo

    Reply to Bostonista

    be sure to visit la champaneria in the port area, its really cheap and really awesome. I've been there at 6 or something and it was packed and apparently really catalonian

    Reply to Anonymous
  • have sooo much fun in barcelona dear. I wish I could be there right now. tell us more about the mango project, please 🙂 I am so curious

    X, Annie

    anniewear.de

    Reply to Annie

    Inform yourself about Catalunya. If you tell someone from here (I am) you love Spain you might get a punch in the face or something.

    Enjoy, don't miss El Born and El Barri Gòtic and try not to eat in Les Rambles or these places because they are waaaay too expensive (dedicated to tourists, basically). You can find nice restaurants and stuff near this street that are basically from here (because the quality of the food of the others is quite questionable).

    Go for a walk in La Rambla Catalunya and Passeig de Gràcia (nice place o go shopping too, especially Rambla Catalunya) and in the sunset you must go to Gràcia (a neighbourhood) to drink something. Oh! And is nice to adapt to our schedules if you don't want to be cheated in the restaurants. We take lunch at about 14h-15h and have dinner at 21h-22h.

    Enjoy! Barcelona is wonderful if you know how to treat it.

    Reply to Anonymous
  • oohhh and don't forget to visit "Passeig de Gracia" and "Portal de l'ángel" for some cool shopping!!

    they have cheaper shops as Bershka, Mango, Zara to Louis Vuitton, etc…

    Reply to Sandra
  • Park Güell, Laberynth ( is amazing), La Pedrera ( on the top you have an amazing sights), and other things that you should discover by yourself!
    every corner have something different, and every neighbourhood have 100 od stories!
    Hope you enjoy it!

    Judit form Barcelona!

    ps. to go shoping: Passeig de Gràcia and Portal de L'Àngel!

    Reply to Judit

    I'm from Barcelona! You should visit, Turo Park, pau casals street and the area (No tourists and is full of amazing shops, do not miss Jofré (Francesc Pérez-Cabrero street, 7) ), and eat at Citrus restaurant (Passeig de Gracia).
    walk around "El Born", Cool place! And can't miss the better views of Barcelona at cafe mirablau (tividabo)
    Enjoy the city!

    Reply to Anonymous
  • Looks gorgeous there I have always wanted to visit Barcelona it seems like it would be a great time no matter what your there for.

    Reply to kate

    ti consiglio di andare alla boqueria, parc guell e al parc de la cuidadella..sono i posti che più mi hanno colpita!

    Reply to Anonymous
  • I live in Barcelona and if u wanna go out at night, you gotta to Razzmataz, Opium or Ribelinos.
    Best discos in BCN!
    enjoy yourself!

    Reply to Sunisún
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