Barcelona is modern, dynamic and cosmopolitan. It’s a relaxed Mediterranean city, best seen by strolling through it. Packed with talent and dynamism, impressive design is everywhere, and the city's modernista buidlings make it all the more memorable.
We're giving away a trip to this welcoming city to enjoy its culture and traditions, its shopping, its prestigious gastronomy and a wide variety of fun and cultural activities. You and a guest could win return flights with Vueling, the Airline of Barcelona, two nights at the Majestic Hotel & Spa 5 Star Grand Luxe and a two day Barcelona Card to allow you unlimited access to the city's most desirable attractions. You will also have dinner at two of Barcelona's coolest restaurants, 300 El Born and Cornelia and Co. The prize is valid for two people from January 1-December 31 2014, subject to availability.
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Voluptuous folds of colourful gelato undulate across Scoop’s freezer cabinet like rows of love handles. If you can settle on just one, you’re possibly not human. Scoop has been wowing Londoners with first-rate gelato since its first slip of a shop opened in Covent Garden. Expansion has been slow and modest; now there’s also an appealing Soho parlour (with more tables) and another in South Ken. Flavours are classic Italian (biscotto, fiordilatte, malaga, pistachio), but made from brag-worthy ingredients including Tonda Gentile hazelnuts from Piedmont, Sicilian black cherries and a changing range of single-origin chocolates and coffees. It’s always hard to resist the cioccolato extra fondente sorbet, which is super-dark rather than bitter in taste and far smoother than a chocolate bar. Sugar seekers should try the coconut gelato. We like the choice of cones and friendly service too. There are a few sweet pies, cakes and meringues in the window, and you can also order crêpes, waffles and vegan churros.
Venue says: “Our gelato is natural luxury!”