In our zeal to give voice to the most prominent bloggers in the world of travel and tourism, we keep on publishing interviews where the travel bloggers have the opportunity to share with us their most interesting places in
Diego Pons is Uruguayan. He was born in the mid-60s, and for as long as he can remember, he has always carried a backpack on hi shoulders, because he has constantly been travelling all around the world. In the early 80s he landed in
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2) Three places not to miss in
Boqueria Market: mandatory stop to have a fruit smoothie and to buy some nuts to keep on walking down the Ramblas.
The Barceloneta beach is the ideal place to spend a nice day of sun and sand and to see the funniest people ever, regardless of a Rastafarian or an athlete. They all coexist without a problem at all, in a melting pot full of local colour.
Obviously, the Sagrada Familia could not be missing, since this construction is arguably the most impressive building in
3) Your secret corner
A corner situated in the Park Guell, where I head to and sit down every time I want to think on how Gaudi’s life should have been. What a pity not having the opportunity to known him, because he would have been one of my favourite Catalans ;-))
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