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The 99% of you already visited Barcelona at least a couple of times, and if you didn’t, well, either you never left your house or you are under one year old.

Plus, with all the distractions caused by la vida loca it doesn’t necessarily mean that you’ve seen it all. Here there are some architectural tips that you can easily make yours by renting a bike and start riding.

Plus, there are lots of fun things happening just outside the city. One of that is the Vida Festival, amazing location, great music and expensive beers. You couldn’t ask for more, literally.

Plus, the Pavillon by Mies Van der Rohe is worth going EVERY time even though, spoiler alert, it’s not the original one.

 

Soundtrack / If it’s true, Yo la tengo

Barcelona Pavillon, Mies Van der Rohe

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Mercat Santa Caterina, Miralles Tagliabue

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Ciudad de la Justitia, David Chipperfield

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Can Framis Museum, Jordi Badia

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Peix de Oro, Frank Gehry

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Agbar Tou, Jean Nouvel

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Austra @Vida Festival, Vilanova y la Geltrù

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Soundtrack / Temul (Lie low), Arsenal

Katowice is an unusual city. People who live there would probably suggest you not to visit it and people who are just passing by to reach Krakow they’ll tell you that there is nothing to see besides the train station. Well, it’s not true. It has an interesting eastern european architecture that tries to evolve into a more contemporary one, and I think it’s worth a walk-around with an open and curious eye.

Krakow? Culturally and architecturally rich, fun and dynamic. Just perfect.

KATOWICE

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Spodek, Wacław Zalewski

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Akademia muzyczna im. karola szymanowskiego.

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CINIbA, HS99.

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Silesian Museum of Contemporary Art , Florian Riegler and Roger Riewe.

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KRAKOW

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Krakow Information Center, Ingarden & Ewy Architekci, Poland

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Soundtrack / Tribulations, Lcd Soundsystem To be honest there is not much to do in Dusseldorf and it goes without saying that you will find beer and proteins at every corner. But if you have a couple of hours to spare have a walk around the Medienhafen, the new part of the harbor designed by Alsop Architects …

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Soundtrack / Everything in its right place, Radiohead Everybody says that Budapest is the Eastern Paris. They probably do have lots of things in common, both have rivers, beautiful buildings, cultural roots and a deep history. Probably the only difference is that Paris is always beautiful, too beautiful, you see beauty in every corner. In Budapest …

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