If you need an energy boost - Barcelona might be just what you need. With its cosmopolitan atmosphere, art museums and thriving cafe life, Barcelona is able to give you nightlife, a laid back life style and Barcelona attractions.
Barcelona is the capital of Catalonia in Northern Spain. A hectic modern city on the Mediterranean Sea considered by many as Europe's gateway to Spain.
From the port of Barcelona you can catch a ferry to the beautiful Balearic Islands: Mallorca, Ibiza, Menorca and Formentera.
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Antoni Gaudi | La Sagrada Familia
The stunning architecture of Antoni Gaudi is visible in many parts of Barcelona's street image - but if you really want to go in depth with Gaudi's work - join one of the several guided tours including the Parc Guell, plus Barcelona's most famous landmark, the Sagrada Familia. Find your Gaudi tours among Barcelona attractions.
Barcelona for art lovers
If you are into art there are a few museums and artists that you simply must experience. The Picasso Museum, The Fundation Joan Miro and Barcelona Museum of Contemporary Art to mention a few. The museum of Salvador Dali in Figueres can be experienced on a full day trip from Barcelona.
A good way to save time and money is to buy the Barcelona Museum Pass - which gives you free access to 7 of Barcelona's most popular museums.
In between all your sightseeing take a stroll down the more than 1km long walkway, Las Ramblas, in the very heart of Barcelona.
Take five at a cafe and soak up the buzz of street vendors, artists and the kaleidoscopic stream of people walking up and down Las Ramblas.
Shopping is a great pleasure in sophisticated Barcelona, and you will find many up-beat fashion shops close to Las Ramblas.
Nightlife comes in plenty sufficiency. Do not miss out on a flamenco show. Preferable choose a local venue, and be prepared to have a couple of boundaries moved when it comes to your perception of passion.
Salvador Dali Museum
4-Days Best of Catalonia
Starting north, you’ll visit Vic, the Salvador Dali Museum in Figueres, the magical medieval town of Girona and the world-famous Montserrat monastery. Heading south, combine history, beach fun and great wine on visits to Roman-era Tarragona, Santes Creus, the fascinating coastal village of Sitges and Bodegas Torres, one the most famous wineries in Catalonia.
Enjoy Barcelona & Catalonia!
El Prat Aeropuerto
Airport code: BCN
Barcelona Airport ranks the second Airport in Spain in terms of passenger traffic. It serves destinations including Barcelona City itself and all points along the Costa Brava.
If you are looking to save money the Barcelona Card is less than 40USD and it gives you free admission to over 16 top Barcelona attractions and Free unlimited travel on Barcelona public transport including metro, city buses and train service from the city center to Barcelona Airport.
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