Eat, drink, love and… travel!
Our little story
We cannot imagine our day-to-day lives without traveling. We are Bea, Itziar, Pam and Manuela and we are working in Marketing and Communication in Cooltra. Our daily life consists in enhancing the travel experience of any person and we believe that the time has come to explain how do we travel.
If you join our adventure, you will discover unique places, restaurants, places for shopping, drinks, chilling … and, as the most important, to know how do people live in different city. Do not miss our blog and do not stop eating, drinking, loving and … traveling!
Who are we?
Born in Lisbon and meant to Barcelona, I don’t know where I’m from anymore. On my first visit to Barcelona I knew that one day this would be my home. I have tattooed it on skin and heart. The perfect destination has to be rich in culture, flavors, history and have a beach to swim in end of the day. That’s why I dream of visiting Tanzania and Thailand. What’s never missing in my suitcase? Pin up headband and a camera to record everything!
I am a little bit of everything. A bit Galician, Basque, Alicante, Londoner and, now, Barcelonese. When I travel I have a preposition is to say if you do not hang out with the locals it is impossible to taste discover the city. I am a beach lover, from its waves to its any kind of sports. I am adventurous, I Travel without maps. ¿ Something I will never forget to put in my suitcase? A kit to make a perfect Gin Tonic.
They say I´m ¨the fashion¨ of the office. Every day I love to have a different look and, while traveling, checking the shopping destinations of the city. I will tell you the way I travel: from packing the luggage to the things I admire the most from each of the city. Something I will never forget to put in my suitcase? Three pairs of shoes as a minimum.
Italian, I finally arrived in Barcelona after changing 5 cities in 5 years. When I travel, I always have with me a map of the city to discover new unconventional places. I like the “hippie trips” and I always look for places where to taste the real cuisine of the country that hosts me. What’s never missing in my suitcase? A camera and a pen to write postcards.