– Eat Paella and Tapas and Pinchos
– For Paella and seafood: Port Olympic’de “Cangrejo Loco”, Port Vell’de (also called Barceloneta)  “Cal Pinxo”, “Cap Pep” at Placa de les Olles. It looks like a crappy counter but they do some of the best fish in Barcelona
– For Tapas: On Rambla de Catalunya “Ciudad Condal”,  on Born “Casa Delfin” (Born)
– Born area in old town, close to Picasso Museum, for an afternoon hangout, to have a drink and chill
Also nice boutiques in this area for shopping. 

– Drink some Juve Camps or Freixenet brand Cava. 

– Picasso Museum, Gaudi’s garden and houses.
– Cafés around Paseo De Gracia.


– Food:
lunch / dinner tapas (near Chueca)
– Shopping:
more elegant in c/Jorge Juan,
c/Argensola, c/Piamonte all near plaza Colon and also
c/Serrano has the typical Zara, Massimo Dutti, Bimba y Lola etc. All is around Colon.


Near Ibiza:

Talamanca beach or Playa de Bossa. Talamanca has a nice rest call harbor beach with nice beds and everything. Playa de Bossa is where Ushuaia is…there are a lot of places to do the day I would recommend Nassau is nice!

Take a taxi to go to Cala Joundal: Blue Marling, Tropicana.
Talamanca: take a boat-bus from the old port that goes to Talamanca.
In Las Dalias market there usually have music in the afternoon but is a little bit far from Ibiza.
On Sunday to Cala Leña nice nice hippy market and a bar with so funny music! Is near Santa Eulalia.

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