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November 2014

November 2014

Whether it's for the homeless, an animal shelter, elderly people or an international organisation, there are plenty of places in Barcelona that welcome volunteers. Read more

FEATURES

Nikki Roberts has lived in her apartment for three years. Although it is still not perfect, the place is bursting with character and soul. Read more

Community

Cinemes Texas is a refurbished cinema complex that reruns European, Catalan and American productions that have come and gone from other cinemas in Barcelona. Read more

Things To Do

We talk to Julie Stephenson, co-founder of Esperança, who moved to Barcelona from Sheffield 13 years ago. Read more

FEATURES

Miquel Hudin, founder of the Vinologue enotourism series of wine books, writes about vi novell. Read more

EATING AND DRINKING

Tasty, unfussy fare at this recently-opened Scandinavian-style eatery. Read more

EATING AND DRINKING

Tara Stevens reviews the latest project of chef Albert Adrià which serves up a taste of Mexico. Read more

EATING AND DRINKING

Enjoy some old-world charm and an altogether quieter pace of life in Catalunya's prettiest medieval villages. Read more

TRAVEL

Barcelona has attracted some big-name movies but the city has a tricky relationship with the world of film. Read more

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Are you interested in night walking or urban exploration. Then geocaching might be something for you. Antonio Tamez writes about his geocaching experiences. Read more

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The nights are getting longer and most of the tourists are long gone. But there's still plenty to enjoy in Barcelona in November. Read more

Things To Do

With all the technology available, finding love in Barcelona should be an easy affair. Polly Casson takes a look at the reality of dating in the city. Read more

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