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Possibly the world’s only openly gay chef with a Michelin star, the son of Carme Ruscalleda is no mummy’s boy.
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Daniel Riera is one of Spain's most revered photographers and regularly contributes to the likes of Vanity Fair, Monocle and Fantastic Man. We talk to him about photography and Barcelona.
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A Spanish BUTT
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A fine line
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Back to Basics
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Three brothers three stars.
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The beaches near Barcelona worth leaving town for
Sitges now draws more modest, more mature crowds in summer but its winter carnival is still the one to go to.
They may not all fit your definition of a hunky Adonis, but the gay and lesbian sport association serves up the best carnival in town.
Hit this monthly market in Poblenou to browse, socialize and, in particular, eat and drink.
Slightly bonkers and completely OTT, come here for some crazy fun with the locals.
For boys who like the smell of burnt rubber and motor oil, it doesn’t get any better than the F1 Spanish Grand Prix.
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.
This small but well-respected festival based in Sitges runs with an emphasis on sci-fi and the mysterious, ensuring that the German leather crowd won’t be the only trolls in town.
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