Where to go this year, Barcelona, Spain

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Barcelona, Spain

Barcelona is a dynamic, open Mediterranean city. It’s an ideal city to relax, revel in its distinctive life style and stroll around. Barcelona offers so much towards the societal visitor, there is therefore much to view, anything fresh and interesting awaits around every corner: Gothic architecture, the famous Las Ramblas avenue, Gaudi’s Güel Parc and the unfinished La Sagrada Cathedral, the old Raval quarter, La Ribera and La Barceloneta, a beachside ravel of corridor style streets where you can find some fantastic local restaurants and bars, away from the typical tourist area. Getting around Barcelona is straightforward. You are able to pretty much walk the entire city around. They likewise have a regular lease-a-bike system as well as the Metro is excellent and simple to use.barcelona_square_2x[1]

You will find two stories that surround Barcelona’s real history; one features the city’s beginning 400 years before Rome, towards the legendary Hercules. The 2nd features the town within the 3rd century’s beginning BC towards the Carthaginian leader the daddy of Hannibal, Hamilcar Barca. The Romans got over the city like a military camping, but at that time its neighbor Tarragona surpassed the town. The town filled from the Moors and was subsequently occupied and overcome from the Matters of Barcelona. Using the Catalan vocabulary the location of Catalonia was acutely suppressed throughout the Franco decades and Catalonian institutions eliminated.

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How To Save Money in Barcelona

Save money when buying tickets for the metro by buying a ‘T-10’

The very best way to get around Barcelona City is the metro. A single journey on Barcelona’s metro costs €2 approximately. But as the city is quite big, meaning you’ll use the metro on numerous occasions during your stay, instead of buying individual tickets invest in a ‘T-10’ which costs around €8 and will get you 10 journeys.

Soak up the atmosphere along Las Ramblas

Easily the most famous street in Barcelona, Las Ramblas is always packed with people so there’s always a great atmosphere. There’s lots to see there, such as the various stalls and lots of street performers.

Visit on Sundays

Many museums offer free entry on Sundays. MNAC, for example, should be visited on the first Sunday of the month. MUHBA, CCCB and Museu Marítim de Barcelona can be visited any Sunday after 15h. Museu de la Música, Museu Blau and Museu Picasso are free on the first Sunday of the month (full day) and the subsequent Sundays (after 15h).

Relax in one of its parks

Barcelona has two parks both are free to visit and are perfect for relaxing:

Parc Guell: Gaudi’s park north of the city centre is home to the famous lizard statue, the winding bench Banc de Trencadis and much more.

Parc de la Ciutadella: Closer to the city centre, the showpiece here is the fountain known as Cascada.

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Private Tour: Barcelona Full-Day Sightseeing Tour

Discover Barcelona the way you wish on this full-day, customizable private tour with your own private guide. Let your guide know what you want to see and, on the day, follow an itinerary designed around your interests, traveling by air-conditioned vehicle and on foot. Explore the medieval lanes of the Gothic Quarter; stroll along the colorful Las Ramblas; behold Antoni Gaudi’s UNESCO-protected La Sagrada Familia; visit the Picasso Museum and more — it’s up to you how the day unfolds. All admission fees, meals and drinks are at your own expense.

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Flamenco Night at Tablao Cordobes

Feel the passion of the flamenco at Barcelona’s legendary Tablao Cordobes, where some of the greatest names in flamenco have performed. Entertained by an internationally renowned flamenco group, you’ll discover why the traditional dance of Spain is so popular. You’ll also have the option of dining on a traditional buffet meal or simply ordering a drink to enjoy while watching the show.

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8-Day Spain Tour Including Barcelona, Madrid, Cordoba, Seville, Granada and Toledo

Discover beautiful Barcelona, UNESCO World Heritage-listed Toledo and the highlights of Spain’s Andalusia region on this 8-day tour. Spend two days exploring Barcelona at your own pace; then, ride a high-speed train to Madrid. Explore the cities of Seville, Cordoba and Granada, and visit the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Granada’s Alhambra Palace and Generalife Gardens. You’ll enjoy seven overnight stays in 3- or 4-star hotels as well as several guided tours and round-trip transportation by deluxe coach.

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