Barcelona Home Guide gives people, especially students, information about different neighborhoods in Barcelona near the city center. In this way they can find out what neighborhood suits them best when moving. By Sarah Talty, Pernille Jensen, Hanneke Blijker, and Shelly van Erp.
“Life is a stage!” is an interactive game where you interview. Choose the questions and the character and discover the stories of these youngsters who want to dedicate their lives on stage. Move through the following stages, try to arrive to the end and discover how an artistic live is! By Carlos Torres and Laura […]
We read a lot about the top manta in Barcelona these days. We see a lot of the top manta in the streets these days. But how much do you know about these people? Learn more about the top manta world. By Fay Hemelrijk and Pauline Sturrus.
The economic crisis that began in 2008 affected many families who have suffered and still are suffering the effects of this recession. In September of 2015 a Platform for people affected by crisis (PAC) was born as a new alternative of social activism. By Patricia Hernández and Eulàlia Ferreres.
Discover la Barceloneta, a neighbourhood in Barcelona known nowadays as a touristic center in the city. But the neighbourhood has a lot of history, that is explained in this feature with the help of a 100 year old neighbour. By Andrea Llovera and Laerke Saura.
Discover four businesses located in Encants Market (Barcelona) to see how they survive in a world full of big companies. The charm of this place is going to captivate you. By Natalia Guerrero & Judit Domènech.
The Parc de la Ciutadella is a meeting point for a lot of people – especially artists. This is an interactive Story about some of them. You can klick on the artist to get to know their story and also learn more about the Park. By Eva Maria Rudholzer and Jennifer Lang.
Running has become an obsession. Every time more people practise this sport and every time runners have bigger goals. Why do so many people run? Six runners tell us their history and their feeling. Two experts contrast this information and give some advise about practising this sport. By Xènia Serrat Alcacer
El Baix Llobregat no seria el que és sense el Canal de la Infanta. Des del 1819 rega el marge esquerre del Llobregat, des de Molins de Rei fins a Montjuïc. Estava pensat per a l’agricultura, però va ser clau perquè s’hi instalessin fàbriques que aprofitaven l’energia hidràulica. By Martín González Gómez and Jordi Julià […]
Two men and two women: four guitars. Barcelona 4 Guitars is a very special Spanish guitar quartet. These Masters of the guitar play an excellent repertoire and impeccable performances with little sparks of humor and sympathy. By Laura Anglès Torrents
Barcelona has been one of the capitals of train and subway’s graffiti in Europe for years. The book BCN Zniart compiles the history of graffiti in Barcelona’s commuters’ train from 1987. The graffiti writers Riuz, Semt and Hazte talk about how they live the experience of painting trains and the problems they have with the […]
Homosexuality is considered as a crime in 78 countries worldwide. The punishments ranging from lashing in Iran, prison in Algeria and life sentence in Bangladesh. Talking about homophobia is talking about today. Let’s discover the personal stories of the protagonists. By Nereida Mestre and Elisabet González