Roman Tarraco

The Romans arrived at what is now Tarragona at the beginning of the Second Punic war (218 BC), when Gneu Corneli Escipio, to strengthen the new Roman domination from Empúries to the Ebro River, attacked a Carthaginian camp located at the edge of an Iberian town called Kese, in the lower part of the current Tarragona, near the sea. Tarraco became the main wintering base of the Roman armies of Hispania, commanded by the Scipio brothers, and, died by Publi Cornelius Scipio the young man. The military camp was located on top of the hill that would dominate the future area of the city and would surround itself with a solid wall.

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The Costa Brava

The Costa Brava owes its name to “Wild Coast”. Its nature, climate, history, the picturesqueness of its ports and some towns have a worldwide reputation. This coastline is a sum of sensations that will surprise you, from Blanes to Portbou, the nature has a prominent role in this territory it houses the Cap de Creus Natural Park, the Els Aiguamolls de l’Empordà Natural Park and the El Montgrí Natural Park, the Illes Medes and the Baix Ter. Three scenarios of enormous diversity; three places of great biological value.

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Oktoberfest Barcelona

The original Oktoberfest also known as the beer party is one of the German historical and cultural celebrations and it is celebrated in Munich. This celebration was held for the first time in 1810 and is held annually between September and October. During this celebration more than 7,500,000 liters are consumed and it has an attendance of 6,000,000 people from all parts of the world. Continuar leyendo “Oktoberfest Barcelona”

5 Typical Dishes You Must Try In Barcelona

The city of Barcelona has one of the best gastronomies in the world. If you come to this city these are the dishes you have to taste:

  • Tomato Bread: This is the most traditional food in Catalonia. The techinque we use is very simple, we cut the tomato in half and we rub it over the bread adding a little of olive oil and salt. The bread we use in Barcelona it’s the french bagguette or the “pan de coca”. The dish is served accompanied with any sorts of sausages, ham, cheese, omelettes, anchovies, etc.

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