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/ Hotspots / Barcelona / Eixample

FOgO, the power of brazilian food

If there’s something to miss after having spent some time in Brazil, that’s food. It isn’t easy to find good pão de queijo or a real moqueca here, that’s why we are grateful for the existence of places like FOgO. And not only for allowing us to travel back to the streets of Rio or […]

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/ Hotspots / Barcelona / Others

From a fancy sushi take away to fancier table lunch

It is likely that by now you’ve already dropped by Vía Augusta 65 looking for its so-much-talked-about take-away sushi. What you may haven’t done yet is visit Sushifresh, a new restaurant in the secluded calle Europa, and if you are a fish freak, you should do go as soon as possible. In this elegant, unpretentious restaurant, […]

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/ Hotspots / Barcelona / Poblenou

Ham On Wheels, the new way to see ham

Good bread, better ham and the right tomato and olive oil. It seems like a simple and concise equation, but the outcome is not convincing sometimes even in the best homes. We can’t say the same about the newly inaugurated Ham On Wheels, which just reopened its doors on Rambla de Poblenou 27 to serve […]

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/ Hotspots / Barcelona / Zona alta

Sandor, more than cocktails

Sandor, one of Barcelona’s best-known cocktail bars, needs little presentation. A post meeting point that serves cocktails all day long, it has surprised us now with a menu to accompany their beverages, launched with the hashtag #elnuevoandor. A long time has passed since Sandor first opened in 1944 A long time has passed since Sandor […]

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/ Citytrips

City Circuits, your guide during the F1 Barcelona

Upon hearing the word circuit, the first thing that comes into mind are car races. This is the case of this piece of news, which has to do with a circuit, Martini, F1 and Barcelona. They don’t seem to have lots of things in common, but the truth is that they’re closer than ever thanks […]

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/ Hotspots / Madrid / Chueca-Malasaña

Barbour International, the great escape

“When I was shooting the The Great Escape I couldn’t stop thinking that, if someone had made a film about my life that is how they would’ve titled it”. These are Steve McQueen’s words, a film icon that was immortalized fleeing the Nazis on a motorbike. If this motorbike-loving emblematic actor stopped in Madrid, we […]

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/ Hotspots / Barcelona / Gótico

DF, the mexican side by Ocaña

Few people know it, but for some time now a section of the dining Ocaña restaurant has a Mexican second name that suits it very well. The person responsible for this change is Martin Schanninger, the new chef of this impressive restaurant in Plaza Real who comes from such reliable places as Berlin’s Mani Hotel. The combination […]

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/ Hotspots / Barcelona / Eixample

La Taché Gallery

Located right next to the renowned Galería Carles Taché (currently being relocated to new premises in Montjuïc), right in Barcelona’s gallery hub, La Taché Gallery offers a space devoted to contemporary creation in a more open and accessible format that steers away from the elitism that usually accompanies art galleries. With a clear international vocation and a bet for […]

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/ Citytrips

1000 lifes in a day: 24 hours with Caudalie

A few days ago I received that kind of invitation you can’t refuse. Caudalie offered me spend a day filled with activities but also with mystery, since not details were disclosed in advance. I just knew the time and the place they had summoned us all to spend the day with other girls. The day came and […]

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/ Hotspots / Madrid / Lavapiés

Baobab

Baobabs are sacred trees in Senegal. In addition to being a national symbol and the figure stamp in passports, these ancient beings offer their leaves to feed communities and their bark to build their canoes. They even serve as cemeteries. The griots, as the guardians of the memory of the people are known in West Africa, […]

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