What to do in Barcelona

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Barcelona is the capital of Catalonia and the second biggest city in Spain. It is a must-see destination for every person visiting Europe, it has exceptional food, amazing architecture, amusing nightlife, and its filled with culture. There are so many things to do in Barcelona that you won’t know where to begin.

Les explore with the best things to do in Barcelona:

Plaza Catalunya:
This is the best meeting point in the city, Its in between Las Ramblas and Passeig de Grácia. There are many stores and restaurants around. It is perfect if you want to meet friends to go shopping or if you want to have options to eat tapas.

Las Ramblas:
If you are a tourist in Barcelona this is one of the things you have to do. Take a long walk through Las Ramblas, which goes from Plaza Catalunya down to the Columbus Monument.

Gaudi’s Buildings:
This is one of the reasons why many people come to Barcelona, for its architecture. Antonio Gaudí works have a one-of-a-kind style, he is best known for the Catalan Modernism. Here is a list of his MUST-SEE buildings:
La Sagrada Familia
Casa Batlló
Casa Mila (best known as La Pedrera)
Parc Güel
Casa Vicens

(Visit our blog for more details about Gaudi’s buildings)

Montjüic
Best known for its “font magica” (magic fountain) Montjüic has amazing things to see:
El Castell de Montjuic
Botanical Garden
La Font Magica
The Olympic Stadium
National Museum of Catalan Art

The City Beaches: La Barceloneta and Bogatell beach
The boardwalk in front of the water goes for miles. One of the best things to do in Barcelona-specially during summer- it is walking down the beach, take the sun and swim for a while. It is very busy during summer, however it's a must-have experience.

Camp Nou:
It’s one of Europe’s football cathedrals and even if you have no affinity for the team you have to visit Camp Nou to appreciate the dizzying scale of the arena.
And if you are a fan you’ll be in heaven, touring the stadium and browsing the memorabilia of one of the world’s most prestigious teams at the museum.
The stadium tour is unavailable on or just before match days so keep an eye on the calendar.

Here are the tours