Barcelona, located in the North-East Spain on the Mediterranean coast, is one of the most cosmopolitan and popular tourist cities of Europe. The perfect place for a break where you can relax in the beach or visit the places filled with unique history and culture of Spain.
With an exciting cultural background, begin your journey with a visit to some of Gaudi’s creative architect works such as Casa Batllo, La Pedrera, Park Güell or La Sagrada Familia, where the artist spent the last years of his life. It is an amazing huge unfinished cathedral built from donations and expected to be completed by the next 20 years. Many museums across Barcelona showcase the heritage of historic artists such as Picasso, Salvador Dali and Joan Miro.
After a cultural morning, make sure you visit Las Ramblas, the place where you can see lots of mime artists, caricaturist and souvenirs’ shops. Enjoy Spanish gastronomy “tapas” at Boqueria Market and surroundings.
Reach the top of the hill with Montjuïc Cable Car and enjoy panoramic views of the port and the city.
F.C. Barcelona stadium, Camp Nou or the Olympic village built for Olympic Games in 1992, is a must visit for those who love sports. Or if you prefer the beach, relax and sunbath over Barcelona’s beaches.
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