[quote style=”1″]Hello, there! I’m Eva. I’m 33 years old and happy to live in Barcelona, where I was born. Enthusiastic, dynamic, open-minded, friendly and patient. I have always had itchy feet and enjoyed travelling and exploring new places. Eager to learn more and more every day and embark on new adventures for treasure hunts. A Barcelona lover who becomes homesick when is far from her charming city for a long period of time. I like mingling with the melting pot, getting lost in the narrowest medieval streets of the Gothic quarter and smelling the aroma of countless enticing cafés. Its eclectic non-stop style doesn’t want you be at home. An excellent hostess and tour guide.[/quote]
[quote style=”1″]My name is David Picon, and I am a cinematographer in Barcelona. I love the imagery of this city, and the mood within it is incredible. The beach always gives you inner peace, and the parties take it away. Barcelona seems to have it all: a bit of sand, a bit of mountain, incredible architecture, lots of wonderful people and the best parties around. It is just perfect for someone like me. I am also an ultimate frisbee player, and play with a local team called “Las Patatas Bravas”, that’s right we are all a bunch of angry potatoes! What I want to offer all of you readers out there is my point of view on this wonderful city and the experiences I have had in it. I simply want to stay here for a big chunk of my life, and I will continue to bring you stories as the days go by and my beard grows longer! [/quote]
[quote style=”1″]Hola! My name is Becky. I´m yet another Australian expat who fell for the beautiful mistress we like to call Barcelona and stayed far, far longer than once intended. I throw myself into the cities events, bars, clubs, shops etc, with reckless abandon to bring you these reviews. It´s all for you! …Or is it just an excuse to party and spend lots of money without feeling guilty?… Either way, read up on some of my favorite ways to see this exciting and eclectic city. Happy travels and welcome to BCN![/quote]
[quote style=”1″]Anna – Film scholar and a tango fanatic, I was born in 1983 in the gloomy cold place called Estonia. Back then, of course, I was not a film scholar, neither a tango fanatic, but just an ordinary girl from an average Soviet family. With a certain degree of luck and persistence, by the year 2013 I have lived in four countries and traveled to more than ten destinations all over the world. I first visited Barcelona three years ago. The colors, the sounds, the smells, and the inimitable vibe of the city – it did not take long for Barcelona to put its spell on me! ‘This is a city I want to live in’, a thought kept spinning through my head while I was jostling through the endless flow of crowd at La Rambla. ‘I definitely need to come back here’, I kept saying to myself when crawling out from just another tapas with the stomach ‘pregnant’ with tasty, fresh food. And one day, some time last spring, I did return here with a huge suitcase and a couple of boxes filled with books. So now its your turn! Do yourself a favor, get on a plane/train/bus/car and let this city do its magics![/quote]
[quote style=”1″]Hello! 🙂 Welcome to Barcelona. I am Linda a semiotician and freelance Photographer and moreover just a simple girl who loves this city. It all started more 5 years ago  when I decided to make a small trip to this legendary city, to spend my vacations, and here I am still now. Always discovering the beauty of one the best places in the world. It is a nice bubbling locura, offering something different and fascinating to everyone.
My Barca experience is a huge cultural and alternative salad, filled with crazy cool places and colorful flavors from all over the world -melted in this big pot we know as – BARCELONA. So the same i recommend to you -have a big and tasty bite of it, Bon
profit and just Enjoy!!!

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