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 Barcelona. This week we have the chance to interview one of the most intrepid bloggers in the Internet, Melvin Boecher.
Hi, my name is Melvin and I’m running Traveldudes.org.
On our travels, the best tips were recommended to us by other travelers or locals. As we shared our own travel story in an online diary, we soon decided also to share our experiences and travel tips. As there are so many more great travelers and adventurers out there, the next logic step was, that everyone could join and share travel tips you might not find in travel guide books.
That’s how Traveldudes.org started to become a popular online guide book written For Travelers, By Travelers!
It’s a private initiative and thanks to Twitter & Facebook, more and more travelers connect worldwide and share the best of travel every day on Traveldudes.org.
2. Visit the Parc de la Ciutadella, which is Barcelona’s most central park. It’s so big that you’ll even find a zoo, a lake, several museums and even the Catalan Parliament in it. It’s a great place to go to just stroll around and/or enjoy games or sports.
3. Experience the atmosphere of a square, which is considered to be one of the most beautiful squares in the world. It’s well known for its nightlife and its architecture… The Plaça Reial, which is very close to the Ramblas.
c) Your hidden place in Barcelona
Explore the Gothic Quarter and find hidden ruins. It’s very close to the Barcelona Cathedral. Just walk down the Carrer del Bisbe until you’ll get to a small plaza. Turn left there & left again at the next alley (Paradis). Turn right after the Irish Pub and you found it! Hidden Roman ruins! Marvel in their ancient structure, and the horrible green color their room encasing is painted in.