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Barcelona

August 9 – September 9, 2022

Private Bedroom $2,800

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What's Included?

Work-Friendly Accommodations

Co-Working Pass

Professional Development

Dedicated Team Lead

Airport Arrival Transfer

Welcome Essentials

City Guide

Local SIM Card

 

High-Speed Internet in the Room and Common Areas

 

Cleaning Services

 

Backup Technology (Laptop, Charger, Batteries)

Additional Services

Gym Membership

Tours

Public Transport Pass

WiFi Speed

Download: 134.73 mbps
Upload: 104.54 mbps

Easiest Transportation Method

Metro or Tram

One Month Trip Cost

Without Accommodation

$1,400/month

(USD)

One Month Trip Cost

Private Bedroom

$2,800/month

(USD)

Barcelona is the largest city on the Mediterranean coast. Famous for its culture, individuality, and beauty, it’s been called the “Paris of Spain.” Libraries, museums, and interesting buildings abound in Barcelona. Nestled between scenic mountains and the Mediterranean Sea, the city’s varied landscape is a wonder to behold.
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Meet Your Program Group Leader – Angelos

Professional path:

I studied Mathematics, a field that mesmerised me since childhood, in the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens. Then I had a Masters in Computer Science in the University of Oxford which initiated my career as a Software Developer. Worked on several projects seeing programming from different points of view. In the middle of my career I had an MBA from the Quantum School of Business and Technology in order to understand how different departments and operations compose organisations.


The good stuff:

Since I was a child I took part in all sorts of activities.
As a teenager I was a member of a dance group with which I travelled in several countries taking part in folkloric festivals. Additionally I took part in several Youth initiative camps in my home country where people from all Middle East took part in order to connect, exchange cultures and have an amazing time.
During the first lockdown I was one of the creators of a Rollerblading community in my country of Cyprus which brought all the rollerbladers of the country together. Now the community in Cyprus is a big and happy family. I am organising events and rides all over the country sharing good vibes and love for the sport!

Now I became a full-time traveller chasing my passion. I aspire to be part of even more communities, meet people all over the world, connect, embrace their cultures and be able to one day call myself a citizen of the world.

 

Why Choose Barcelona For Your Remote Work and Travel?

Marvelous Architecture

The renowned Spanish architect Antoni Gaudi is almost single-handedly responsible for putting Spanish architecture on the map. His style has set Barcelona’s landscape apart from that of every other city in the world. Explore his former residence, Parc Guell, take some snapshots of the iconic balconies at Casa Battló, or take a nighttime tour of La Padrera. In case that’s not enough, take a stroll through the Gothic Quarter to view some of the other unique architectural styles that characterize Barcelona.

Mouth-Watering Eats

The cuisine in Barcelona is the result of the fusion of Catalan and Spanish influences combined with global flavors and methods. Indulge in delicious paella, the signature dish of the region. While it used to be difficult for vegetarians to eat in Barcelona, these days, you’ll find a variety of new takes on old favorites including vegetables, meats, and grains. If you’re feeling fancy, the city is home to a host of Michelin star restaurants, so you can experience the best the food scene has to offer.

Barcelona remote work and travel food

High Fashion

Barcelona is a fashion mecca. It is home to many cutting-edge fashion designers who keep up with global couture. Pay a visit to Passeig de Gracia to shop through high-end brands, or opt for a more unique experience with a trip to the local boutiques in El Born. There, you’ll find items from talented local designers – just be sure to stop in for some wine at one of the many cafes and bars in the area.

Barcelona remote work and travel fashion

Sun-Kissed Beaches

Head down to the beach for a meal at one of Barcelona’s many waterfront restaurants. Or, go with friends in the evening to one of the never-ending beachside parties. You can also rent a bike, cruise around the boardwalk on foot, or lounge in one of the many beach shacks that line the water. 

Barcelona remote work and travel beaches

A Must For Football Fans

Before you leave, you must be sure to visit Camp Nou, home to the Futbol Club Barcelona. Join passionate fans in the city’s bars and restaurants as they cheer on their team year-round. Take a tour of the stadium or museum to get a dose of football history, or buy your very own FC Barcelona jersey with your name printed on it from one of the kiosks.

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Where to Stay in Barcelona

We recognize the importance of having a comfortable place to stay and work during your travels. That's why we've meticulously selected our accommodations in only the best areas of Barcelona. These options will provide everything you need to have a relaxing, fun, and productive trip. Browse through our photos to get an idea of the general vibe and standard of our accommodations in Barcelona.

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