Today’s #Keepthetrack is about Carla Cascales, which name might mean something to you, maybe because you’ve already come across her work or because you remember she was one of our contributors writing from Lisbon. Read more
Posts tagged ‘Barcelona’
El Festivalet – in Catalan, “the little Festival”- is a popular independent crafts fair in Barcelona. It started as a small fair five years ago, as an event in which all the crafters and designers of Barcelona had the opportunity to show their products and creations. Read more
It’s a shame that a city as Barcelona doesn’t have a proper weekly Flea Market. Yes, we have “Els Encants”, but that’s not the kind of market I am talking about… Many cities over Europe and over the world have plenty of second-hand markets and yard sales and buying one man’s garbage it’s not weird at all. Read more
I must say upfront that I have never been to a city with so many (and amazing) cafés as in Berlin. Maybe it is because of the weather, or something cultural, but every single café has something unique, has its own personal charm, and at the same time, they all share this distinct Berlin-flair.
Last Sunday I kept discovering the Flea Markets in Barcelona. I would say that every weekend there is at least one organized around the city. Some are bigger, some outdoors others indoors, ones only sell second-hand objects, others are from handmade clothes and designers… Read more
One of the pleasures of the summer is to spend time outdoors enjoying the good weather, and that’s even better when you combine it with a film session. Many cities offer open-air-cinema programs during the months of summer. During my visit to my city, Barcelona, I couldn’t help going to see a movie in the beautiful castle of Montjuïc, where every year Sala Montjuïc organises an open-air-cinema.