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Carlota Fàbregas for B*Local

Clara De Nadal Trias - February, 10, 2021

Carlota Fàbregas, (Barcelona, 1991) is one of those wonderful positive, energetic, versatile, approachable women -who likes to live according to her values- and also an excellent person to talk to. Professionally, she generates content and experiences for CASA SEAT, from the communication agency Both. People & Comms. and is founder of @womanthonhub and @thegoodthinking.

But... What is CASA SEAT?

The new Barcelona epicenter to explore the future of mobility, inspired by new technologies, design and creativity through a full calendar of activities, talks, concerts, exhibitions, workshops... And as everything moves and changes at breakneck speed, it is also an ideal space to keep up the pace and explore new creative possibilities from the heart of the city.

And what does CASA SEAT bring to Barcelona?

A tribute to the city that saw the birth of SEAT more than 70 years ago. It is a place where citizens can connect with the brand and, in turn, brings new cultural, artistic, mobility and even lifestyle content. In other words, culture in motion.

What is the best thing about living in this city?

In my opinion, Barcelona is a feminine city with a perfect mix between conservative and rebellious in all its neighborhoods, offering endless possibilities and an incredible gastronomy. Here you can enjoy both a tapas route through the most emblematic and historic bars and wineries of the city, as well as exquisite modern restaurants like Fismuler, which combine style and cosmopolitan atmosphere.

What is your favorite corner of Barcelona?

La Sagrada Familia at night. If I'm sad one day, it cheers me up and seeing it lit up always brings a smile back to my face. I feel proud to have it here, in our city.

And your favorite restaurant?

Without a doubt Monocrom. They always offer good seasonal products and their wine list, which is always changing, is impressive. And I can not fail to mention Café Adonis, because beyond the food (which by the way is great), the atmosphere is fun and amazing.

And if you've never been to Barcelona, what can't you miss?

Take a walking route through the Born neighborhood and stop for tapas at the legendary winery founded in 1929, Xampanyet.

By Clara De Nadal Trias

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