As we’re all stuck at home waiting to see what happens next, one of the things that’s giving me life is travel dreaming. I may not be able to make any concrete plans. I may not know what will happen with our visas in a few months. But one thing I do know: reading, browsing through photos, and daydreaming about a day when I can get back to international meals and strolling through cobbled alleys is still something I love.
In case you love it too, as of today, my popular local-centric guidebook to Barcelona is now free.
That’s right: free.
You can nab your PDF copy here.
Or read on for the book blurb:
Barcelona: 10 Locals Tell You Where to Go, What to Eat, and How to Fit In
Want to experience Barcelona as only a local could?
This guide’s for you.
Filled with 10 interviews with people who live, work, and adventure in and around Barcelona, this book will give you:
• Directions to those hidden-away tapas bars that are always packed with locals and rarely see a tourist
• Lists of must-try dishes and wines (and where to find them)
• Unique and interesting day trip suggestions
• Tips for how to make friends, avoid rip-offs and pick-pockets, and fit in with the local culture
• And so much more
It’s time to experience authentic, local Barcelona—through the eyes of those who have lived there for years.
Thanks for this! Cant wait until we can all travel again. Going to Spain and Portugal is on my wish list for travel.
Barcelona… the place up in my list :)
Hi Gigi thank you for this is so inspiring. I used to love travelling and all that changed when I started working in a location dependent job. Would you be open to visiting Kenya? I’m based in Mombasa and happy to host you at my boutique hotel should you ever visit.
I’d love to visit Kenya one day! Will keep your info and reach out if/when I make a trip.