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Exploring Andalucía: A Weekend in Sevilla

May 9, 2016,

The city of Sevilla lies in the southern most region of Spain, in Andalucia. Sevilla is a unique city – because of the long-term Moorish influence in the Andalucia region (about five centuries), visiting Sevilla is like stepping into another world: a world of mosques, horseshoe arches, ornamental wood and plaster, colourful tiles, and calligraphy. […]

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On the Hunt for Moorish Architecture in Sevilla

November 9, 2015,

The charming city of Sevilla lies in the southern most region of Spain, in Andalucia. Andalucia, like the rest of Spain, has a tumultuous history and for a long time (about five centuries), the Moors lived and ruled here. Visiting Sevilla is a unique experience – because of the Moorish influence, you will quickly forget […]

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Inside Barcelona with BarcelonaCitizen

October 30, 2015,

                                                                                           View of El Barrio Gótico from the Cathedral de Barcelona […]

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Vegan in Sevilla

October 26, 2015,

Eating vegan and vegetarian in Spain is something that most might think to be impossible – but I’m here to tell you it isn’t. It’s actually completely doable and completely fun – there are a lot of wonderful places to eat at and shop at if you’re vegan, vegetarian or just like to switch it […]

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A Day Guide to Barcelona’s Gràcia & Eixample

October 21, 2015,

Barcelona’s newer part of the city, Gràcia and Eixample were built between the 19th and 20th centuries. This part of the city should not be neglected during your visit to Barcelona – Gràcia and Eixample offer the best Modernism walks and structures, unique and charming restaurants (lots of vegan and vegetarian joints!), independent health food […]

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The Best Juice Bars in Barcelona

October 15, 2015,

Staying healthy while traveling should be you number one priority – it’s what keeps you well enough to explore. Being out of your routine and without a kitchen (or even if you have a kitchen, you’ll probably be doing little to no cooking) is the norm when traveling. This brings us to our point: the […]

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A Day Guide to Barcelona’s Old City

October 12, 2015,

Barcelona is an old city and the oldest part of the city is its’ center, Ciutat Vella (Old City in English). Located inside the Ciutat Vella, you’ll find the el Barri Gòtic (Gothic Quarter in English), el Raval, Sant Pere, Santa Caterina i la Ribera as well as Barceloneta. This encompasses a large, and important, […]

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Where to Eat Vegan and Vegetarian in Barcelona

May 28, 2015,

Barcelona is an amazing city, known for its architecture (Gaudí, anyone?) and nightlife. I visited Barcelona as a vegetarian and am thrilled to share that the city is indeed veg friendly. You can eat very well as a vegan or a vegetarian at specialty restaurants (of course) but there are also several non-vegetarian restaurants where you […]

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Where to Escape the City in Barcelona

May 28, 2015,

One of my favourite things about Barcelona (besides the food) is the nature and the green spaces embedded within the city, allowing for an escape from the busyness of the city and to find refuge amongst the trees and flowers. When travelling, I place a lot of importance and value on carving out some time to spend […]

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The Best Views of Barcelona

May 28, 2015,

Barcelona is a wonderful city with a ton to see (and eat!) – what with its modernist architecture, Olympic village, green spaces, historic centre and the newer boroughs like Eixample and Gracia (oh, and not to mention it being a beach town!) But the question is, where can you see it all? I’m talking about where […]

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