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19 Apr

Saint George’s day

Saint George’s day, known as La Diada de Sant Jordi, in Catalan, is just around the corner, and with it, is the desire to soak up the city in red. It can be considered as the “love and culture” day in Catalonia, since there is no other day in which stories around the world and affection go out for a walk as one. It is said that tradition never dies, and Sant Jordi is just one of the kind, the most beautiful and celebrated in Catalan region. Stands plenty of books and roses become the stars in a day in...
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29 Mar

Barcelona Beer Festival

Barcelona Beer Festival 2nd edition is in the verge of coming into the city and it is ready to attract great attention. This edition will take place at Las Arenas mall from March the 8th till the 10th. In this year’s event 150 brewers are going to disclose homemade beer culture through full activities programs, many tastings, conferences and round tables. One of the main highlights of this edition is a special tasting for deaf-mute people and beer for those who are gluten sensitive. Furthermore, the assistants may choose from among 300 different beers from which 30 have not yet...
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29 Mar

Xavier Uñó, Carrot’s Café owner

From Moby Dick’s island (Nantucket) excelled the idea of introducing a new concept of sandwich in Barcelona. This initiative has been woven over 20 years of experience at Hotel Management field, and has materialized in Carrot Café, the top sandwich restaurant at 22@ district. That’s a bit about what Xavier Uñó told us, with whom we spent a nice time around a lemon tea. After 2 summers in Nantucket, Xavier found out the huge variety of breads with which could a sandwich be made of, and after that he went back to his hometown with a new project in the...
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