Continuing the sprancing recaps with Barcelona! We stayed at this apartment in the historic El Barri Gòtic area. The streets were tiny alleyways and our building looked like it was going to collapse at any moment, but it was an amazing location and experience. The last photo is a view from our window, the one morning we woke up earlier enough to see the street cleaning patrol. I really didn’t know what to expect from Barcelona but
There are few better ways to round out a day spent wandering through the city than listening to some free live music at one of Madrid’s local jazz hotspots. Set in the Huertas area, Café Jazz Populart welcomes performers from a mix of genres, including jazz, blues, and reggae. Many shows are free, so check the calendar on their website and be sure to show up early, as space is limited. This piece originally appeared on Like a Local Guide.