There's a reason Barcelona is one of the most widely visited cities in the world. Not only is it a Mediterranean oasis, nestled between the sea and the mountains, but it is a city full of beautiful, innovative, designer and unique attractions, monuments, buildings and remnants of history. Some of Barcelona's main attractions include Gaudi's legacy, the Sagrada Familia, as well as Casa Batllo and Park Guell. In addition to Gaudi, the Museu Picasso hosts a variety of expositions year round, as does the Joan Miro Museum; both of which are worth exploring even if you're not an art buff. And if you're looking for something more cultural, Barcelona's extensive list of sights includes eclectic walkways such as La Rambla, gorgeous mountaintops like Montjuic and dancing fountains, that come alive at night. It's a city with someone for everyone, the only hard part is, deciding what to do.
Sam’s passion for the sea and the mountains makes Barcelona the optimal living destination.
Sam's passion for traveling has taken her around the world including Fiji, Argentina, Lebanon, Uganda, Ghana, Israel the Philippines, and Canada. Before moving to Barcelona Sam worked in Ghana as a foreign correspondent for a Canadian NGO, as well as a the Executive Radio... Read More