Barcelona is one of most enchanting European cities. It is rich in culture, architecture, art, and history. To really see Barcelona you must stay more than a day or two. It is the most visited city in Spain.
The architecture of Gaudi is all over the city, it is an experience all by itself. The biggest attraction that Gaudi designed and it still an ongoing project is the Sagrada Familla landmark church. The design and details you will see and experience are unbelievable.
Another area of the city is the Gothic quarter. It is the home of 14th century cathedrals. The Roman influence is visible as you walk around the ancient city wall and towering temple columns.
Barcelona is also rich in art. The Salvador Dali museum is a short trip outside the city.
There is also Picasso museum located in the Gothic quarter.
The street life in Barcelona has probably the liveliest performers, and lots of local vendors. Wonderful sangria and so many restaurants to chose from to stop and have tapas. A large open market to purchase local food and many little shops to explore...
The main shopping area is along the Rambala, and the many streets that are connected to this area. You can spend days exploring this area.
You must take time to visit the Xoclata Museum. You will learn the history of how the make chocolate and after your tour you can taste the most wonderful chocolate drink, as well as many other chocolate candy available for purchase.
Gaudi’s architecture – Sagrada Familla, Park Guell, Casa Mila
Salvador Dali Museum
Parc del Laberint d'Horta
Magic Fountain of Montjuïc
Xocalta Museum (Chocolate)
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