Even before you step inside this shop you know you're going to find something magical. The glass door, covered with a red ... More
El Rey de la Magia
Even before you step inside this shop you know you're going to find something magical. The glass door, covered with a red velvet curtain, sets the stage for mystical happenings. El Ray de la Magia was founded in 1881, and has everything a magician needs to practice his trade: sleight-of-hand tricks, jokes, esoteric items, a wardrobe and more. And if this is all new to you, they'll gladly give you demonstrations on how some of it is done!
Catalonia's regional government and the building where its members sit are both called the Generalitat. When visiting the building, there
are two ways in: the 1403 Renaissance entrance in Plaça Sant Jaume , and Pere Joan's 1418 Gothic style ...
A great place for a stroll away from all the traffic, this is one of the city's most popular parks,
located where Felipe V's ciutadella (military citadel) was; a place used to repress Catalan nationalism during his reign. In ...
This part of Las Ramblas, which goes from Carrer Carme to Carrer Hospital, is also known as La Rambla de
les Flors (the Rambla of flowers) because of its profusion of floral kiosks. The tradition of these little stands ...