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Short business trip to Barcelona? Do you want to get to know this beautiful city during your short stay, but don't know where to start? We will give you a quick guide to see Barcelona in 3 days.  What do you think? This way you can get to know the highlights of the Catalan city, without missing anything. If you're still here, it means you are interested in this tour, so let's get started! FREE WALKING TOUR: BARCELONA IN 3 DAYS In this quick

Malaga is becoming a hub for digital nomads. In this article, Flamingo Tours will help you discover the main reasons why remote workers choose Malaga to work abroad. Due to the current Covid-19 situation, working remotely has become a new trend in our daily lives. For this reason, the working lifestyle has evolved, and more people can work from home. The current crisis has developed a new way of working, bringing new benefits to working nomads. Malaga is starting to develop

Barcelona is a party town, so you should enjoy and join the pachanga. At Flamingo tours and trips we know very well how to join this party atmosphere with a Bar Crawl Barcelona. If you don't know what a Bar Crawl is, we'll quickly tell you what it is. A pub crawl is a night tour of all the most recognized bars in Barcelona. A plan full of fun, good music, a party atmosphere and free drinks. If you want to know

Visit Barcelona this year. We have made a top 5 of the most instagrammable places in Barcelona. So if you are interested in uploading them to your networks, then get to know those places that make this city the most beautiful. Remember that we also have other tops of fantastic places in Barcelona, ​​such as viewpoints of Barcelona, bars to visit with friends and our last article about the best-known streets of Barcelona for its architecture. We invite you to read them

Yesterday we walked through Barceloneta, a well-known neighborhood in Barcelona. We noticed that most tourists walk around the city, admiring museums, monuments, among other tourist attractions. But those are not the only attractions in the city.For example, not everybody knows the most famous streets of Barcelona. That is why we decided to make this article, with a list of the most beautiful streets in Barcelona. If you are an instagrammer and you are looking for those beautiful corners of Barcelona, ​

Barcelona is a city full of charm and historical art. Known for the great architectural works of Gaudí and the city's captivating urban art. In addition to museums, parks and beaches, this Spanish city has other attractions, such as the viewpoints of Barcelona.  These places are really great to appreciate the city from its best angle. Viewpoints with views that allow you to appreciate from the top some important monuments of Barcelona. For example, La Sagrada Familia, Torre Agbar or Montjuïc

If we talk about Spanish art, Malaga is a great location for it. With its many museums and exhibitions of paintings and sculptures, we know that there is a great variety of artistic talent in this city. Art is not only found in its museums and galleries, but also in its streets. Street art in Malaga is amazing and shows the culture, talent and endless emotions represented on the canvas of these artists, the streets.  Most of these artists are well-known,

It is summer in Malaga, an excellent excuse to visit this charming coastal city. If you like to travel but also like to save money, this article is for you. Keep reading and discover all the free things you can do in Malaga, without losing the fun of your adventure. With the landscapes, the warm climate and the crystal clear waters that recharge our energy 100%, it is almost impossible not to want to do thousands of things in this paradise

Located in the north-east of Spain, Catalonia is one of the richest and most culturally beautiful autonomies. A place that allows you to explore multiple geographical contrasts and historical traditions. From the peaks of the Pyrenees to the celebration of Sant Jordi. Beyond their geographically belonging to Spain, Catalans have a strong sense of identity. You can feel this as you walk through the streets of Gracia (Barcelona), surrounded by red and yellow Catalan flags (the symbolic colors of Catalonia). Or