La Paloma in Barcelona


#1

I heard that La Paloma is a must visit while in Barcelona, is it actually a nice place to visit for students to hang out?


#2

@sil_silvestre Yeeees, it’s the must-see place in Spain! I was there on holidays a year ago and I enjoyed so much! The see & beach is awesome, delicious food and local people are very friendly.You must try the traditional meal - paella! So yummyyy! :sunny:


#3

suspiciousslaty is spot on! And you might want to try birding at Laguna de Rocha too!


#4

Birding at Laguna de Rocha, what’s that about? @quacktonto :smiley:


#5

Thanks @suspiciousslaty for the tip, I love paelaa! I am from the Philippines, and we have a lot of Spanish influence (imagine we were in more than 300 spanish rule!) and I think it is a good way for me to broaden my horizon, the main reason why I wanted to study in Spain. Have you tried other dishes too, my Spanish friends always tell me that they party every night, wine and conversations are always plenty!


#6

Yeah @quacktonto, what’s up with Laguna de Rocha? How is it special? :grimacing:


#7

Yeaaaah @sil_silvestre, Spain is veeery famous for partying and night life lol :wink: :blush: :sunny:
Actually I was thinking… I really would like to do summer course in Arts in Spain but not sure if to go to Madrid or Barcelona. I know that Madrid is really cool and lots of galleries and museums are there, but Barcelona is at the seaside. Any suggestions?


#8

yup cool place in my opinion but nothing special. Spain is cool but I still think the UK is better. HAHA


#9

Hey @joe_smith are you studying in Spain for the moment?