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It's Black Friday also at Hostal Mare Nostrum

It's Black Friday also at Hostal Mare Nostrum

Hostal Mare Nostrum joining this year once again to the tradition of the Black Friday! So all bookings made on November 28th through Facebook, Twitter, Telephone (+34 933185340), e-mail...

Barcelona & Hostal Mare Nostrum in your hands

Barcelona & Hostal Mare Nostrum in your hands

You can now download the FREE APP for your mobile "Hostal Mare Nostrum App". It's simple: you just have to scan this QR code. Once on your smartphone, this application gives you a...

Visiting Barcelona with children

Visiting Barcelona with children

Barcelona offers many activities for families, it is a good destination for a getaway with young children. There are many options for families to choose, here we list some of the many things to do...

Barcelona Summer

Barcelona Summer

Barcelona is one of the most visited cities in the world. Modernist art, sun, beach and culture make everybody who visit the city to fall in love with it. Barcelona offers many options for an...

Welcome to the new New Hostal Mare Nostrum #Barcelona

Welcome to the new New Hostal Mare Nostrum #Barcelona

As you know we have just finished the integral rehabilitation of Hostal Mare Nostrum and we really hope that you love the new rooms and the new atmosphere you can breathe now at Hostal Mare Nostrum as...

Typical Spanish PART V: Castellers

Typical Spanish PART V: Castellers

In the region of Catalonia teams of Castellers can be seen competing against each other to proove who can build the highest human tower and dismantle it whithout falling apart. This unique...

Typical Spanish PART IV: Sevillanas

Typical Spanish PART IV: Sevillanas

Sevillanas is a typical song and dance of Seville and all Andalusia region in general, and it is considered a kind of flamenco music. Its origins would be in the years before the time of the Catholic...

Typical Spanish PART III: Paella

Typical Spanish PART III: Paella

Paella is one of the most typical Spanish dishes, mostly next to the Mediterranean Sea, where there are hundreds and hundreds of different recipes for paella: meat paella, seafood paella, vegetable...

Typical Spanish
PART II: "Having the Vermut”

Typical Spanish PART II: "Having the Vermut”

"Making a Vermouth" or “Hacer el Vermut” is to drink a liquor called Vermouth and eat a snack a while before eating at noon, so about 12 hours. There are several types of vermouth, but perhaps...

Typical Spanish
PART I: Siesta time

Typical Spanish PART I: Siesta time

A siesta is a short nap taken in the early afternoon, often after the midday meal. The siesta is a typical custom in Spain and Latin America (but also in China, Taiwan, Philippines, India, Greece...