The Spanish capital’s art scene is far greater than its three renowned museums, with creativity thriving in the shadow of the Prado, Reina Sofia and Thyssen-Bornemisza.
While the city’s economic woes and the eurozone crisis dominate the headlines, life in Spanish capital still moves gracefully along.
In these vibrant hubs of barrio life, the Spanish capital’s human and historical stories are revealed.
An hour away from Spain's capital city, historical castles, royal gardens and adventurous bullrings remain untouched by modernity.
On summer weekends, daring “castellers” construct extraordinary human towers in Barcelona’s city centre.
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