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Rosalind Bond

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Originally from Oxfordshire, UK, Rosie studied French and Spanish at the University of Manchester, which gave her the opportunity to live abroad, first in Paris and then in Buenos Aires. She loved the experience so much that when she finished her degree she decided to move again, this time to Barcelona. She loves exploring the city and discovering hidden places, something writing for Metropolitan helps her to do. Other than writing, she likes travelling, reading and her latest hobby, swing dancing.

There’s no shortage of culture or history in this charming French town. more

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Managing mass tourism in Barcelona is a balancing act between economic gain and cultural preservation. more

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Head to one of these local beauty spots for a weekend in the great outdoors. more

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Welcome to the land of free tapas, the calamari sandwich and the warm and friendly Madrileño personality. more

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How the first tracks towards Barcelona's modernity were laid. more

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La Rambla’s human statues are taking on the city council as they demand a change in regulations. more

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Photo by David Berkowitz

With Halloween creeping up on us at the end of this month, here are a few urban legends that will keep you up at night. more

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A quick guide to Perpignan—the first port of call heading north across the French border. more

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A breathtaking and unique geological formation near the town of Cardona. more

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Our pick of the best hidden terraces Barcelona has to offer. more

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Catch a glimpse of our prehistoric past with these ancient cave paintings. more

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Lights, camera, action! Three films that have put the city on the big screen. more

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

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Photo by Carol Moran.

Follow the Roman Via Augusta and discover the historical treasures that span Catalunya. more

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A quick guide to Valencia’s most important annual festival, Las Fallas. more

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