Like Pantelleria, Andalusia has been occupied forever, overrun, conquered, and reconquered. These include the early Iberians, Carthaginians/Phoenicians, Greeks, Romans, Vandals, Visigoths, Byzantines, as well as the later Castilian and other Christian North Iberian nationalities who conquered and settled the area in the latter phases of the Reconquista. All of these influences can be seen in the architecture and customs of Andalusia.
We love Barcelona. The food is the best (think tapas), the architecture some of the most interesting in Europe, and then there’s the beach.
In this video, folks are participating in the traditional Catalonia La Sardana dance as they are leaving the Catedral de Barcelona.
Sant Pau Hospital in Barcelona, a Modernista’s dream, was a medical complex was built between 1901 and 1930 designed by architect Lluís Domènech i Montaner.
We’ve been busy here at MagoGuide over the last couple of months and we thought we would give you a quick rundown on our plans for the near future.
There are good apartment rentals companies and then there are some very bad ones. Read how you can quickly tell the difference and make the best choices.
In our book The Best of MagoGuide 2011-2012 we take you on a journey through Sicily and the midwest of the United States including restaurant reviews.
If you like grilled meat, then this is the place to come in Barcelona’s Poblenou district. This restaurant review tells all about the good food and service.
In this restaurant review, the MagoGuide Team identifies 10 of the best tapas places in Barcelona. Top of the list is Lolita Taperia near Saint Antoni market.
In a town of packed tourist restaurants serving warmed up frozen paella, this beach spot serves only the freshest ingredients in their paellas and other dishes.