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Tag Archives: Barcelona

Friday Feature Photo: Correfoc, La Mercé, Spain

Photographer: Jordi Cohen Capture Date: Setember 2007 Location: Via Laietana, Barelona, Spain About:  This was the second time the photographer took pictures at the “correfoc”,  having learned a few tricks from last year’s challenges. Cruising Via Laietana, he saw a group of devils light their torches using the fire expelled from the Fire Breather. After one failed attempt […]

Top 5 Music Venues in Barcelona

Barcelona is known for many things, among them art, history, industry, tradition, trade, food (of course), and night life. The Barcelona locals, as well as party-hungry tourists, have an international reputation for doing everything a bit later in the evening than their other European counterparts. Notoriously, dinner in Barcelona (and […]

Catalan Recipe: Bacalao with Samfaina

It isn’t hard to see the cultural connections between Catalonia and France,  given the obvious geographic proximity. Recipes, Roman ruins, and modern wine-making techniques have all trickled over the border. Even the Catalan language stems in part from the medieval langue d’oc, echoes of which are still heard today in […]

Interview with Barcelona Food Journalist and Author: Tara Stevens

Editor’s Note: Tara Stevens is a well known name in the Barcelona food world, both by expatriate readers of the popular English-language magazine Barcelona Metropolitan, as well as by locals who hound her incessantly for a review of their new joint. Knowing Tara personally, it’s funny to me when she comes up in conversation. […]

Friday Feature Photo: Montjuic, Barcelona

Photographer: Ryan Opaz Capture Date: September 9, 2011 Location: Barcelona, Spain About: Montjuïc is a steep hill just outside of the Barcelona city center, featuring a number of attractions including: Font Màgica (Magic Fountain), Poble Espanyol, Anella Olímpica (Olympic Ring from the 1992 Olympics), Castell de Montjuïc (18th century castle) and Palau Nacional (National Palace) and Museu […]