Barcelona + Sights and Bites
Barcelona is a place so rich and marvellous in many ways. To some, it may well be all about Sagrada Familia and La Rambla, which are awesome places indeed. In fact, it has a history among the oldest in Europe, a collection of beautiful Romanesque churches, and celebrates the greatest names in modern art and architecture - Dali, Miro, Picasso and Gaudi, you name it, and their signatures etched throughout the city.
Barcelona sits between the sea and the mountains, offering the best of both natural environments. Ranked number 1 in the world as the best beach city by National Geographic Travel and with eight UNESCO World Heritage Sites; from tasty traditional Catalan cuisine to the most refreshing beer and sangria, a week's holiday there was never enough to experience this amazing city, not forgetting the need to take siestas the Barcelonian way.
Beauty of simplicity and materiality.
Facts and Figures
Date of Trip: 29 April to 8 May 2013
Accommodation: Ayre Hotel Rosellon
Equipment: Samsung NX1000, 16mm f2.4, 30mm f2, 85mm f1.4, 50-200mm; Samsung EX2F