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Javier Lozano



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ABarcelona: How to travel from Madrid airport to Barcelona

The best way is to go from Madrid-Barajas Airport​ to the Atocha​ train station and there you can take the high speed AVE train which takes about 3 hours to get from Madrid to Barcelona​. Although it may be worth... See More

ABarcelona: Cruise Traveler Seeks Advice

You can take a walk on La Rambla​, the most typical street in Barcelona there is the market Mercat Boqueria​ and El Barrio​ Gothic. If you have time to eat I recommend the typical Puertas de Mur, 7​ restaurant... See More

ABarcelona: Things to bring back from Barcelona?

Priorato wine and Olive virgen extra oil   Cheap and delicious See More

AMadrid: Best Places to Eat in Madrid?

some of my favourites:  Real spanish food.  Lhardy​Lhard about 50.-€ pp Restaurante La Maruca​ about 25/30.-€ pp  Bar El Brillante the best "Bocadillo de calamares ( octopush ) in the world. about... See More

AMadrid to Barcelona: A short Road Trip From Madrid To Barcelona

Escriba su respue Hi. the distance between Madrid and Barcelona is 640 Km . drive will take more than 7 or 8 hours. There is a good option is to take the high speed train ( AVE ) connecting Madrid and Barcelona in just 3 hours. If you decide to drive I recommend stopping... See More

AEurope: Where should I start my trip to Europe

My suggestion is to begin and end by cities with best ticket prices and flight times In Spain considers at least visit Madrid, Barcelona and Seville, you'll love. two days in each is the reasonable minimum. 3 cities are well connected by high-speed train. See More

AWhat are your favorite books you've read on a trip?

One Hundred Years of Solitude. Gabriel García Márquez,   In Colombia, See More

ASpain: Top cities to visit in Spain?

Every region and city of Spain is different, here my personal ranking:  *Madrid​ (Art, history and spectacles). *Barcelona​ (Art, gastronomy, amusement, beaches). *Seville​ (Folklore, art, tipismo Spanish). *Cordoba... See More

QGastronomic World Tour- Which country did you have your favorite meal?

Hello, I am preparing to report on a gastronomic world tour and would love to know what dishes you relate to a certain country? What is the best restaurant where you had this dish? Thank you very much See More

ABarcelona: Restaurants in Barcelona?

Don't miss Bodega 1800​ and Tickets​ bar. Very typical, real spanish bars. See at: And Dont forget to book, they are always full. I recomend you order: "Croquetas" "Tortilla de patata"... See More

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