Now that the World cup of South Africa kicks off is extremely important not to miss any match, especially if your National Team is competing. If you travel to Berlin, you are definitely lucky, because the whole city is crowded with venues, halls and parks with public viewings where you can enjoy the most important sport event on giant HD screens, with Djs sessions, sport and cultural activities. Germany is dressed up with its National colours, black-red-gold, to support its National Team, a passion felt everywhere, in every street, houses, cars and of course, in every bar and hall that have organised special programs for the World cup. So that you don’t get lost among this huge range of Public viewings in Berlin, we suggest you the Top 5 best places where you can feel the German football devotion. And with no further delay:
If you plan to come to Madrid at the end of June or at the beginning of July, you mustn’t miss the gay pride celebration, which as you might know takes place the 28th June. However, the huge Spanish parade will be hold the 3rd July in the Spanish Capital as the culmination of a whole month full of different activities and celebrations through different Spanish cities and regions.
For the first time, Sitges, one of the main tourist cities on the Mediterranean, is joining the celebration of the Gay Pride Day and will host its own Gay Pride 2010, which will be hold between the 9th and the 13 July, so that we won’t have the need to choose between the Barcelona festival and this one.
The 28th June Spain celebrates the Gay Pride Day and on this occasion Barcelona is welcoming you to join from the 18th to the 28th June the most important Gay Pride parade in the Mediterranean coast. This Pride Party will host many different sorts of cultural and sport activities, apart from many parties and leisure time activities for families and friends.
San Juan is a popular event, all cities in Spain celebrate it. It is a traditional night where people tell stories to celebrate the shortest night of the year. On 24th, people celebrate the birth of San Juan. The midnight ritual is based on three elements: sun, fire and water
Now that the FIFA Word Cup 2010 is getting closer, it is important to know exactly where to head in order to watch the matches of our national teams with the best quality image. And yet, enjoy the charm of the Catalanian capital, Barcelona. For this sporting event, we have put together a list of the Top 5 bars and pubs where you could go to enjoy football at its best.
Today we are going to reveal our Top 5 bars in Barcelona where you can find free tapas with your drinks…something that seems very unlikely in this city…As you will probably already know, the tradition of tapas is widespread in Spain, and there are different theories about their origin, although what seems clear is that their main purpose was and still is to absorb the alcoholic effect provoked by the drinking of wine and beer.
We go on with the initiative of giving voice to different highlighted bloggers within the tourism and travel area. Now it is the time to interview Eddy, who offers in his blog many pieces of advice as well as useful and specialized information on this topic.
This is the first article in our new section Bloggers View where we will be interviewing well known bloggers from the travel industry. In each interview we will be asking them their 3 favourite places in Barcelona and a secret that they’d like to reveal in the Friendly Rentals blog. Our first interviewee is Enric Cardona, who writes in Viajablog. Read on to get to know more about this true traveller
For most, the 8th of March is known for it being the International Woman’s Day, however, this year the day will more likely be remembered for the amount of snow that fell, and more than settled in the northern regions of Catalonia. Parks and streets covered with snow are a rarity in the Catalonian capital and the magical Park Guell looked even more fairytale like as Massimo, our check-in manager shows in his photos