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Take these precautions and have a trouble-free stay in Barcelona, pickpocket capital of the world.
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Do as most of Barcelona’s foreign community do and head here for movies in their original language version.
Read more: Cinema: Yelmo Icaria
Wardrobe malfunctions and clothing chaos are set straight at this quick fix tailor.
Read more: La Yaya Costurera
If you’re travelling with a little one, this service offers English speaking sitters for a few hours of relief.
Read more: Sitter: Tender Loving Canguros
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Barcelona is unfortunately the pickpocket capital of Europe. If you fall victim, fill in a report online, then go here.
Read more: Police: Comisaria Mossos d’Esquadra
English language cinema with as much drama in the box office queue as in the movies themselves.
Read more: Cinema: Renoir Floridablanca
Nosh from over 30 restaurants, in addition to flowers, drinks and proper catering for bigger events.
Read more: Food delivery: Yes Delivery
Leave the Renault Clio. Ferraris, Porsches, vintage cars for rent by the day or hour, or accompanied drives.
Read more: Luxury cars: ECB Rental
If you need a motorised vehicle, two wheels are infinitely more practical in this town.
Read more: Scooters: Cooltra Rent-a-scooter
Car and chauffeur service. Minibuses. English spoken.
Read more: Car service: Abaser
In general, avoid Spanish dry cleaners. But here is one when the need is pressing.
Read more: Dry cleaner: Tintoreria Ferran
When you’ve got work that needs to be done.
Read more: Copy center: 24hr Workcenter
English-speaking dentist and emergency service.
Read more: Dentist: Nicholas Jones
The Sunday daytime run-away party hit imported from Montréal in Barcelona.
Hit this monthly market in Poblenou to browse, socialize and, in particular, eat and drink.
Four days, many parties, countless gym bunnies at this Barcelona Easter clubbing bonanza.
It's the Madrid party that everybody is talking about, and it's made its way to Barcelona once again.
For boys who like the smell of burnt rubber and motor oil, it doesn’t get any better than the F1 Spanish Grand Prix.
From Bromley teen to ultimate British pop icon, take a ride along Ziggy’s journey.
The gay pride weekend in Sitges for some more fun in the sun.
Hipsters and electronica – Barcelona’s three-day advanced music and multimedia art festival in June. And OFF Sònar parties.
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