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June 2016

June 2016

Dutch artist Onke Truijen decorates her modern Maresme home with striking portraits and vintage flair to create an elegant forest family refuge. more

Community

Animal instincts are proving useful in many fields, as collaboration with humans moves into a new era. more

FEATURES

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Photo by Sam Zucker

A French cafe for any time of day. more

EATING AND DRINKING

Little plates with big flavour in the heart of Gràcia. more

Restaurant Reviews

This small corner of France carries plenty of Catalan spirit. more

TRAVEL

Metropolitan speaks to the Australian writer who talks architecture, design and tours. more

FEATURES

Miquel Hudin takes a look at a new sparkling wine designation from the Penedès region. more

EATING AND DRINKING

Parenting is child's play at these family-orientated places. more

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Barcelona resident and professional life coach, Sam Mednick, answers your questions on life in the city. more

LIVING

Charles Lancaster, a retired architect from London, creates his ideal pied-à-terre in Gràcia. more

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Photo by Aron Penczu.

The evolution of Barceloneta's beachfront barrio, from its formation in the 15th century to the present day. more

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This hearty egg-and-potato dish receives a red pepper infusion. more

EATING AND DRINKING

Rotisserie chicken and tender burgers come together under one roof in the Gothic Quarter. more

EATING AND DRINKING

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Photo by Richard Hadley.

We take a backstage look at Barcelona's English theatre scene. more

FEATURES

Located in Sant Antoni, this Surrealist bar has an intriguing interior, funny waiters and quality Belgian beers. more

EATING AND DRINKING

This boldly-decorated, chicken-focused bistro just off Diagonal draws its inspiration from across the globe. more

EATING AND DRINKING

From the Taiwanese hirata bun to tongue-tickling cocktails, this modern Born eatery offers a fusion of Asian-inspired flavours. more

EATING AND DRINKING

The tree-lined Rambla del Poblenou has been the focus of the neighbourhood’s social and cultural life since the 19th century. more

IN THE CITY

From viewing its barrios from above to rollerblading your way down Las Ramblas, here are five alternative ways to marvel at Barcelona's cityscape. more

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