In the middle of the Penedès wine region, especially famous for its white sparkling wines, there is a great family winery, Parès Baltà, whose origins date back to the year 1790.
Spanish Trails has been collaborating with them for more than…
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There are many ways to learn more about a city or a region. Exploring it on your own, taking tours and doing online research are just some of the most obvious. This time we would like to focus on that very special part of the trip preparation,…
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If you are searching for a tasty alternative different from a pre-supper Sangria, get yourself over to one of the many cool cocktail bars in Barcelona. There are a few notable bars in Barcelona that are jewels from bygone ages. Below we propose…
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Just an hour south of Barcelona, the port city of Tarragona attracts thousands of visitors every year, offering each one of them a direct contact with the ancient world. Read through to find out what you can expect to see and learn about on…
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Barcelona is the second-biggest city in Spain. It is the hotbed of Spanish culture, architecture, wine, and art. With beaches touching the Mediterranean sea, Barcelona is frequently called Barna as a sweet name. If you are an art or wine lover,…
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One of the main and best known attractions in Catalonia is definitely Montserrat. A spectacular multi-peaked mountain range with a Monastery built at an impressive height. But this area hosts many secrets. Among them, a small multitude of hermitages.…
Throughout FC Barcelona history, the club has been recognized for its lovable and highly entertaining brand that always appeared to deliver results. They've won a slew of La Liga and Copa del Rey championships, and they've also won Champions…
When you picture Barcelona, you probably think of swaying palm trees, warm Mediterranean beaches, and the lively night scene. It is true that Barcelona has all those things, but the great thing about this city is that it also has close proximity…
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Thanksgiving: traditionally a day for spending time with family, reflecting on all you have to be grateful for, and eating some amazing home-cooked food. While Thanksgiving is only recognized as a holiday in the United States, that doesn’t…
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