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As tour guide I am always happy to read when customers had a great time. This is the highest compliment that I can receive. After a day trip with a busy schedule it makes you feel accomplished when all went smoothly, the logistics went well and everybody had fun. Let me share three great reviews with you: Multi-experience trip to the suburbs of Barcelona in only one day Anastasios, a passionate pastry chef from Greece, Read More
 Categories : Cava, private tour, The Barcelona Feeling, tour guide, travel, Travelblogger, Wine Posted by Christian Heide  , , , ,  No Comments
Just a few minutes drive away from Santa Pau you will find a parking lot from where you can start a short 40 minutes hike to a chapel in the middle of a volcano crater. You should be able to walk uphill for some 20 minutes to be able to reach the chapel as you will have to cross the crater rim. 6. Ermita de Santa Margarida de Sacot First mentioned in 1403 the chapel Read More
 Categories : Catalonia, Church, hiking, medieval, Mountains, nature, The Barcelona Feeling, Travelblogger Posted by Christian Heide  , , ,  No Comments
After our day in medieval Besalú and a relaxing afternoon at the shores of Lake Banyoles we further discovered medieval Catalonia. Driving deeper into the countryside and nature we made astonishing discoveries. 4. Pont de Llierca The bridge over the Llierca river is a stunning example of medieval arts and craftsmanship. The exact date of its construction is unknown but it is proven that at least since the 14th century the bridge has been in Read More
 Categories : Catalonia, history, medieval Posted by Christian Heide  No Comments
Just a 30 minutes car drive away from Girona you will find an incredibly rich hilly country side with medieval villages, bridges, ermitages and beautiful lakes: The Garrotxa. Being of volcanic origins the area reminded us of the Eifel mountain range in Germany with its green vegetation. Here are a few impressions from our trip early September 2018: 1. Besalú – Game of Thrones Time stood still in this village. In order to enter Besalú Read More
 Categories : Catalonia, hiking, history, medieval, nature, The Barcelona Feeling, Travelblogger Posted by Christian Heide  , ,  1 Comment
End of last August we spent three days in the Girona region about 100 km to the North of Barcelona as we heard so many times that it is really worth visiting. And definitely it was! Here is why: Girona being the biggest city in the North with approximately 100,000 inhabitants has a beautiful historic city center. The city has a long lasting history being founded in the year 79 BC by the Romans and Read More
 Categories : architecture, Catalonia, Cathedral, history, medieval, Travelblogger Posted by Christian Heide  , ,  No Comments
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