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    Market of San Miguel

    Isla Central del Mercado de San Miguel, Madrid, Spain
    80 reviews

    If you love spanish food then you have to visit San Miguel Market. Located right off Plaza Mayor it has some of the best food sampling in all of Madrid. There is no seating. You just travel from counter to counter sampling everything from olive to Sangria and everything in between. If you are a foodie dont be discouraged by ...

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    Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía

    Calle de Santa Isabel, 52, Madrid, Spain
    63 reviews

    The Reina Sofia museum was originally a hospital that was redesigned and converted into one of the world's leading modern art museums. From the breathtaking architecture outside of the building to the beautiful glass elevators, you'll be impressed before you even step inside. Once you go through the doors you can see a huge collection of works that inspired movements, ...

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    Plaza de Chueca

    Plaza de Chueca, Madrid 28004 Spain
    17 reviews

    The barrio of Chueca is a trendy and bohemian neighborhood (along with its neighbor Malasaña) just north of Gran Via. Hiding in its narrow streets, you will find lots of shops and yummy restaurants. Don't forget to do some shopping on Fuencarral (the street), which is nearby.

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    Font Magica de Montjuïc

    Font Magica de Montjuïc, Av Maria Cristina, 08004 Barcelona, Spain
    87 reviews

    Absolutely loved it! Totally worth seeing. It is only on Friday and Saturday nights from around 7 to 9PM I think. The do about a 20 minute or so show with music and lights, supposedly it repeats the show several times over a few hours starting at 7PM. The show is at the fountain in front of the Catalan Art ...

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    Barri Gòtic

    Catalan, Barcelona, CT 08002 Spain
    104 reviews

    This is Barcelona's NY's loaded with great restaurants, bars, museums and people watching. Going from Tapas bar to Tapas bar is a great way to bounce around while stopping into bars here and there...

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    Las Ramblas

    Monument a Colom in the south to Placa de Catalunya, Barcelona, CT Spain
    279 reviews

    My favorite part of Las Ramblas is that it is a hot spot for street musicians, and the perfect place to pull over (make sure to get out of the way of the many tourists and locals that populate this street) and listen to the constant stream of music being played around here. The shops and restaurants are fun too, ...

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    Marques de Riscal

    C/ Torrea, 1, 01340 Elciego, Spain
    3 reviews

    Wine lovers delight! The bldg created by the same person who built the Guggenheim museum in Bilbao, Frank Ghery is both a hotel resort and winery. Luxury at its best. Wine tour and tasting is included in the hotel package.

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    Museo Guggenheim Bilbao

    Abandoibarra Hiribidea 2, Bilbao 48009 Spain
    23 reviews

    The major attraction of the city, the museum is indeed a beautiful huge sculpture. Interesting interior structure, well organized. Great permanent exhibitions of major contemporary names as Jeff koons, Richard Serra, Anish Kapoor, etc. temporary exhibition of Brasilian Ernesto Neto was interesting, interactive, appealing to sounds, smells and touch. Too many people, as one could expect, buy tickets in advance ...

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    Passeig del Born

    Passeig del Born, Barcelona, 08003, Spain
    27 reviews

    Born has quickly become my favorite area of Barcelona! It is very alive with a youthful international crowd. Enter one of the nice WiFi equip cafes in this area and you will hear people conversing in a variety of languages. As for nightlife, the bars in this section of the city are alive from early in the evening, great place ...

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    Barri de Gràcia

    Gracia, Barcelona, CT 08024 Spain
    20 reviews

    When you get tired of the hoards of tourists, come to Gracia, the local hip hangout, with its little ateliers, tapas bars, restaurants, shops. This is what the real Barcelona looks like.

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    Puerta del Sol

    Puerta del Sol, 28013 Madrid, Spain
    100 reviews

    Puerta del Sol is the heart of Madrid. More similar to Piccadilly Circus than Time Square in that the buildings are older and not as tall. Puerta del Sol is packed on a summer night and it seems that the nightlife radiates away from here in every direction. Thus, it's a great meeting place.

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    Plaça Espanya

    Avinguda de la Reina María Christina, Barcelona, CT 08034 Spain
    63 reviews

    There's a few sights around this area such as the Font Monjuïc. So definitely worth a visit in Barcelona.

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  • 13

    El Rastro

    30 reviews

    The Rastro is a haven for creative couples. Grab your partner’s hand and stroll through the crowded streets surrounded by inspiration and the buzz of a Sunday morning in Madrid. Make sure to arrive early or you won’t be able to move with the crowds!

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    Pavelló Mies Van der Rohe

    Av. Francesc Ferrer i Guàrdia 7, Barcelona, Spain
    8 reviews

    This may seem as tiny insignificant museum to common travelers and would be disappointed to pay 6 euros to enter, but to me Architect, it was the most fascinating architectural masterpiece I visited in Barcelona, and liked it as much as the Sagrada Familia. In fact when you have the knowledge that this oeuvre was built at the same time ...

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    EatWith Marta

    2 reviews

    If you'd describe yourself as a traveler rather than a tourist (like me!) this is a foodie experience that you should try. It's basically authentic home-cooked meals in local people's homes. This one is a paella-making workshop and is a lot of fun. We learnt how to make a traditional Andalucian paella from scratch and also met some lovely people ...

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    Plaza de Santa Ana

    Puerta del Sol, Madrid 28028 Spain
    27 reviews

    Young Madrid comes alive in this plaza. It has great energy and is full of cafes and bars. The focal point is the "Me" Hotel by Melia that dominates with its neon purple exterior that is so striking. Visit Plaza Santa Ana after midnight when it really comes alive.

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  • 17

    Space, Ibiza

    8 reviews

    My favourite club in Ibiza. Pricey but worth going for the spectacle of some of the nights held there. Carl Cox and Friends on Sunday night is filled with stilt wearing dancers, laser shows and some of the best music around. With several rooms plus a roof terrace to chill out when you need a rest from dancing, Space has ...

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    C/ Caputxes, 10, Barcelona, Spain
    3 reviews

    Chic, boutique chocolate shop that features a wide variety of high quality, expertly designed chocolates. With a wide range of price and selection they have something for any budget. I sampled a rich little chocolate torte with soft rich melt in your mouth chocolate for only a few Euros! After enjoying their selection of decadent goodies you will surely feel ...

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  • 19

    La Virreina Centre de la Imatge

    Palau de la Virreina, La Rambla, 99, Barcelona
    2 reviews

    La Virreina Image Centre is located inside the 18th century baroque Palau de la Virreina. A tranquil space on the otherwise hectic La Rambla, the centre exhibits photography, audiovisual and digital installations. Visit not only for the image displays, but equally for the brilliant architecture of the Palau. Free admission. Closed Mondays.

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    Cosmo Café & Art Gallery

    Carrer Enric Granados, 3, 08007 Barcelona, Spain
    1 review

    Found in the Eixample area of the city, Cosmo is a delightfully relaxed café with art-lined walls and vibrant furnishings. Perfect for early-evening beers and snacks or Sunday afternoon coffee and cake (try the Pastel de zanahoria - the best!). Busy but less tourist-filled than other areas of the city centre, arrive early to sit in the entrance and watch ...

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