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  1. Things To Do In Barcelona

    Climb Turo de la Rovira viewpoint

    Turo de la Rovira is the best place to have breathtaking panoramic views of Barcelona. The place is pretty remote and it’s sort of complicated to access so only a few people know about this viewpoint and you will rarely see a tourist there.

    Why is this the best viewpoint in Barcelona? Because you can see almost the entirety of the city from it. Because you can watch the sunset over Barcelona with a panoramic 360 degree view of the city. You can also see all the important landmarks of Barcelona like Sagrada Familia, Torre Mapfre, Torre Agbar, Tibidado and almost any outstanding building in the skyline of the city that you can think of. You can even see Las Ramblas and the main highway if you look closely. That’s how awesome this viewpoint is! Read how to get there at the link below.

    Blog Post 5 Best and Essential Things to Do in Barcelona: A Glomad Guide

    August 3rd 2013
  2. Things To Do In Amsterdam

    Explore the Jordaan neighborhood

    I think Jordaan is one of the coolest neighborhoods of Amsterdam. It boasts of lovely little shops, cosy restaurants and trendy hotspots. There’s Noordermarkt, one of the best open-air, canalside markets in Amsterdam. It is a really popular place to live in, even for Dutch people. This district is the most romanticized place in Netherlands and this is evidenced by so many Dutch songs written about it. Walk around the area and get lost in the little alleys and discover a whole new world. Best thing is it’s not flocked by tourists.

    Read more things to do in Amsterdam at the link below.

    Blog Post The Gypset’s Essential Guide to Amsterdam on a Budget

    August 3rd 2013
  3. Things To Do In Paris

    Explore Montmarte

    Montmarte has a special place in my heart because one of my favorite films, Amelie, was shot here. I even did a DIY Amelie tour on my own when I was in Paris. What’s in Montmarte? For a start, there’s the Sacred Heart Basilica of Montmarte which is gorgeous and has a breathtaking view of Paris. You can also see Moulin Rouge here which I thought is overrated. There are also a lot of cool shops, cozy cafes and interesting nooks and crannies in Montmarte. I love it.

    Read more tips for Paris at the link below.

    Blog Post Top 5 Most-Loved Sightseeing Locations in Paris

    August 3rd 2013

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