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Apple at the Sagrada FamiliaBarcelona, ​​Barcelona, ​​Barcelinda, Barceloca and Barna are many ways in which it is called… Barça no! That's the soccer team. It will be that my human has lived there for quite some time I am already fond of it and luckily there are so many dog ​​areas and parks here.

In particular the Ciutat Vella Park a stone's throw from the center of Barcelona's nightlife, here there are flower beds authorized for our needs and others not, however, always well marked. Local friends tell us that for the law our human can leave us off the leash as long as we behave well and do not disturb anyone, in the event of a dispute, evidence is made how to call us from a distance and walk to my master's side, if he passes these two obedience tests, no ticket and greetings to the police.

With my friends in BarcelonetaAnother one quite comfortable dog area if you go to the sea is the one in Barceloneta, right in front of the seaside promenade: it is equipped with a fountain, benches and enough shade even in the hottest hours of the day. The dog areas, which are called here "Canine area", they are almost all sponsored from some company related to the animal world, perhaps that is why they are kept so well. Another area that we have hung out and that I really like is the Olympic Villa, where there are the two skyscrapers on the sea so to speak, and this is it the largest dog area we found in the whole city, fountains and trees in abundance.

Dog area in front of the Sagrada Familia in Barcelona

In general, we dogs don't have a very easy life in spite of the numerous parks to which we have access, the dog areas and the numerous veterinarians in the city ... as in almost all of Spain we dogs do not have access to public transport and in almost all restaurants if not those with the tables outside, indeed some and only a few, we need a bowl of water even before our human can order anything. like the "0n Cafè ”on Paseo de San Juan near the Sagrada Familia where there is also avery well maintained dog area right in front of the wonderful Gaudi cathedral. Regarding the beaches are all accessible in winter and summer only at night after sunset.


FROM JUNE 2014 DOGS HAVE ACCESS TO THE UNDERGROUND (NOT THE BUS) CLICK HERE FOR THE ARTICLE IN SPANISH. FOR TIMETABLES AND DETAILS FIND HERE THE OFFICIAL TMB WEBSITE OF TRANSPORTATION OF BARCELONA.

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