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Protest, Activism, and Street Art in Barcelona

Protest, Activism, and Street Art in Barcelona

The independence process has had a profound impact on urban space, but Barcelona also lends itself to other interpretations and offers many different paths that you can take spontaneously… Read More

Visual Rambling in the Republic of Catalonia

Visual Rambling in the Republic of Catalonia

During my last visit to Barcelona, Spain, I followed the traces of the so-called “Republic of Catalonia” taking a walk along the streets of Gracia, Raval, and Eixample districts… Read More

My Madrid Walking Tour on Sidewalk Guide

My Madrid Walking Tour on Sidewalk Guide

Since last week, my Madrid walking tour “New Culture in Old Madrid: From Goya to Street Art” is available on Sidewalk Guide. So, if you are traveling or living in the Spanish capital… Read More

Periphany: An Ode to Peripheral Tourism

Periphany: An Ode to Peripheral Tourism

For most people, the travel experience has become more and more artificial and elusive even when sold as “authentic” and “off the beaten track”. Verbal tricks to camouflage… Read More

Augmenting the Real World with Detour

Walking in the Streets of Barcelona with Detour

If travel is broken, Airbnb Trips is unlikely to “fix it”. Yet the analysis they do on their blog is largely agreeable. Certainly “travel has been replaced by tourism” and… Read More

Playtime: Mass Tourism and the Big Screen

Playtime by Jacques Tati

Next week, from 14th to 20th, I will be in Barcelona to participate in the 23rd edition of l’Alternativa Independent Film Festival, which this year dedicates an entire section to… Read More