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500 Hidden Secrets of Barcelona

500 Hidden Secrets of Barcelona
A new edition to the successful 500 Hidden Secrets series, this is a practical guide to discovering the very best of the little-known attractions to be found in Barcelona.
Our Price: €16.95
ISBN/EAN9789460581748
Stock: 1
Publisher: Luster
Pub. Date: April 29 2016
Author: CLOOSTERMANS, MARK
Format: Paperback
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Where's the best place to go out on a Saturday night in Barcelona? What off-beat museums can be discovered after Sunday brunch (and where to have that)? Which locations offer the best viewpoints of the Catalan capital? What Gaudi buildings are essential? Where does Barcelona's modernism reach its zenith? Where to take the children? What's the best place to buy wine? And where do the locals hang out? The 500 Hidden Secrets of Barcelona reveals hundreds of good-to-know addresses (where to go for tapas, or vegetarian food, or cocktails?), avoiding the touristy places and pointing out the urban details you are likely to miss. Barcelona is an incredibly rich city. Just the amount of restaurants is overwhelming: this is the home of the universally praised "Mediterranean" diet , after all. It would be a shame to just hang around Plaza Catalunya, where the airport bus drops off the visitors. Mark Cloostermans, a Belgian journalist living in Barcelona, unlocks the various districts, pointing out historical details in the sinewy streets of the old town, taking you from green Montjuic hill to the beach and back up.The best bars in Paris-like Gracia neighbourhood, all Barca-related places and the various festivals you can plan your visit around The 500 Hidden Secrets of Barcelona has it all.
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