22 Apr
Barcelona, Spain 0

Posted by Julian Cohen

This is such a great city for walking. We set off after lunch for a three or four hour stroll though El Born and its beautiful food market and onto El Gotic with its artisanal shops in tiny winding streets. The city feels safer than it used to; I can’t be sure but I haven’t seen any of the pickpockets and petty thievery that was always the bane of this amazing place.


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