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Republic Square, Belgrade – Every road points to it.

Republic Square, Belgrade – Every road points to it. Just about every road in Belgrade points to this busy square, situated almost exactly in the center of this busy city. It’s not hard to see why this is one of the most popular meeting places in Belgrade for both tourists and locals alike.  Historically the square used to be where the Stambol Gate used to stand, which was once the furthest outer gate of 19th...
Jan
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Transportation links – Barcelona

Transportation links – Barcelona Barcelona Airport For details click here Barcelona airport bus For details click here Barcelona Metro For details click here Barcelona bus lines For more info click here Trains from Barcelona (and all of Spain) For details click here Buses from Barcelona Barcelona Nord bus depot – for details click here For long distance bus line – Eurolines For...
Jan
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Pablo Picasso Museum, Barcelona – How I offended a few people

Pablo Picasso Museum, Barcelona – How I offended a few people The Picasso Museum is another highlight of Barcelona. I had a bit of a misdemenour here and possibly insulted a few people, but more about that later. Picasso doesn’t need much of an introduction so I will keep it brief. Picasso was born in Malaga, Spain on the 25th October, 1881 and became one of the most influential artists of the 20th century.  He spent most of his...
Jan
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Salvador Dali Museum – Don’t miss it.

Salvador Dali Museum – Don’t miss it. It’s out of the question to go to Barcelona, even for a short visit and not check out the Salvador Dali museum. It’s not actually in Barcelona but in the town of Figueres, which depending on whether you take an express or regional train will take you either an hour or two hours to get there. Be warned though that during the peak tourist season the trains fill...
Jan
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Sagrada Familia – The ultimate Gaudi

Sagrada Familia – The ultimate Gaudi This is probably one of the most amazing buildings not only in Barcelona but in the world.  Art critic Rainer Zerbst was quoted as saying  ”It is probably impossible to find a church building anything like it in the entire history of  art” . So let me give you a very important tip and that is to buy a ticket on line in advance. You will not believe the...
Jan
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Park Guell – Looking out at some more Gaudi

Park Guell – Looking out at some more Gaudi Park Guell located on Carmel hill  in the La Salut district of Barcelona is another Gaudi masterpiece. Early in the 20th century the site was little more than a rocky patch, with a few trees and one house named Larrard House, which Count Guell eventually moved into to. The park is named after Count Eusebi Guell, whose original plan was to build luxury housing in what was...
Jan
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Casa Batlló – Another Gaudi Masterpiece!

Casa Batlló – Another Gaudi Masterpiece! Casa Batlló is another magnificent work by Gaudi. The building you see today is actually a redesign of the original building which was constructed in 1877. At the time there was nothing remarkable about the building other than it had the distinction of being in a very central Barcelona location on Passeig de Gràcia, which was basically where the most illustrious and...
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