Overlooking the Mediterranean Sea, and famous for Gaudí and other Art Nouveau architecture, Barcelona is one of Europe's trendiest cities. It's a hub of new experiences in the world of culture, fashion and cuisine.

But personally, Barcelona can be defined as a few-day escape route, gastronomy explosion, and an effort to catch fashion in daily life. Getting off course, discovering new streets and places by wandering the back streets of the Gothic city, taking a bite from the heart of the city at La Boqaueria... That's exactly why I wanted to create a new capsule product to remind of Barcelona, which will create a spring and summer atmosphere, Barcelona Earrings. I hope you enjoy wearing it.


Let me give you a few suggestions to discover this Spanish jewel;

One of the most popular areas in Barcelona is the Gothic Quarter (Barri Gotic), which boasts an impressive array of medieval buildings and narrow streets that lead to hidden squares. This part of town is home to many historical landmarks such as the Cathedral of Barcelona and Plaça Reial, where locals gather for drinks in the evening.

Antoni Gaudi is a name synonymous with Barcelona. The city is renowned for its unique architecture, which was heavily influenced by this famous Spanish architect. From the iconic Park Güell to the stunning Sagrada Familia, Gaudi’s mark can be seen all over Barcelona.

One of the most notable landmarks in Barcelona designed by Antoni Gaudi is the Casa Batlló. This striking building features vibrant colors and organic shapes that are typical of Gaudi’s style. The facade alone is a work of art, with undulating lines and intricate details that catch the eye.Another must-see attraction in Barcelona designed by Gaudi is La Pedrera or Casa Milà as it’s also known. This UNESCO World Heritage site boasts an undulating rooftop terrace that offers breathtaking views of the cityscape below.

The markets in Barcelona are a food lover’s paradise. The famous La Boqueria market is filled with fresh fruits, vegetables, seafood, meats, cheeses, and more. It’s an excellent place to buy ingredients for cooking or indulge in some street food like Jamón ibérico or empanadas.

In addition to La Boqueria, there are numerous other markets scattered throughout the city where you can find fresh produce at affordable prices.

Restaurants are also abundant in Barcelona with options ranging from cheap eats like tapas bars to fine dining experiences featuring Michelin-starred chefs.

It’s not just the Mediterranean climate, sandy beaches, and delicious food; it’s also Barcelona’s rich history and cultural heritage. One of the best ways to explore Barcelona’s cultural scene is by visiting its numerous museums.
The city has many museums showcasing various themes and art movements. The Museu Nacional d’Art de Catalunya (MNAC) offers an extensive collection of Catalan art from Romanesque to Modernism. The Picasso Museum features one of the most significant collections of works by Pablo Picasso in the world. Other notable museums include Fundació Joan Miró, MACBA (Museum of Contemporary Art), and CosmoCaixa Science Museum.

Come on, what are you waiting for, discover it....

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