Protests, new hotels and more news.

In Barcelona:

  • The city is preparing for a Mobile World Conference, exploring the newest mobile devices.
  • Thousands of students take to the streets in the third day of protests.
  • Three top-notch hotels are changing the city's travel scene.

Photo by RebecaPaz. This week, Atlantic Cities is looking for a pictures of urban transportation from cities around the world. Submit your best shots to atlanticcities.postcard@gmail.com.

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Amanda Erickson

Amanda Erickson is a former senior associate editor at CityLab. 

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