Monday, 29 October 2012

Hola! Barcelona!

Welcome to Barcelona; Spain's second largest city and basically one of the most touristy places in Europe. The city is the the capital of Catalonia, a region that is known for its old world charm and history. It lies on the northeastern part of the country facing the Mediterranean Sea and is bordered by plains and mountain ranges on the west. 
Barcelona is known for its interesting array of architecture from Medieval Gothic at Barri Gotic, the neoclassic buildings at Placa Reial, to incomparable Art Nouveau designs of Gaudi like the famous Sagrada Familia, and so on.

The city itself is a living monument of Spain's magnificent history and is known for its beautiful churches, monasteries, medieval buildings and parks. So if you're looking for a historic tour or a peek at ancient Europe then Barcelona is one of the best places that I would recommend for you.

This November, Travel Street will cover as much of Barcelona as possible; from famous restaurants to lovely downtown cafes; luxury hotels to affordable inns; and historic sites to modern tourist spots. Well, if Barcelona is one of your dream destinations, you wouldn't have to worry this time because we will bring Barcelona to where you're at!
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Friday, 26 October 2012

Not Another Travel Blogger

Giancarlo is a young traveler, writer, painter, freelance photographer and a registered nurse in the Philippines, who spends his free time trying to make life a little bit more interesting.

He had been living on his own after college, had tried so many jobs, had been writing petty novels, had been trying to develop role playing games, had been obsessing about wolves and so on...

Giancarlo dreams to travel the world just like everybody else. He wants to witness an actual bull fight in Spain; visit a historic vineyard in Italy; roam the romantic streets of Paris and Venice, explore the ancient temples in Thailand and Indonesia or the pyramids in Mexico and so much more.

"Life is a masterpiece"- some random quote that you'll get from his college yearbook space.

If you have any suggestions or if you would like to contact Giancarlo, you can simply leave a comment below or send an email to

Enjoy Reading!