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-Hop On Hop Off Bus :
Barcelona Bus Turistíc ( Official ) & Barcelona City Tour
-Sagrada Familia
-Las Ramblas
-FC Barcelona & Camp Nou
-Gaudi Tour
-Parc Güell
-Barcelona Beaches
-Barcelona Port
-Poble Espanyol
-Magic Fountain & Font Mágica
-Museu Picasso
-Tapas Bike Tour
-Historical Night Walking Tour
-Wine Lovers Tour
-E-Bike Tour
-GoCar Tour
-Barrio Gótico
-Museu D’História De Catalunya
-Market & Mercat: Sant Josep de la Boqueria, Del Encants
-Rooftop Chill Bars: La Isabela Hotel 1898, Sky Bar Grand Hotel
-El Borne
-Classic Sail Tour
-Helicopter Tour
The Barri Gòtic (Catalan for “Gothic Quarter”) is the center of the old city of Barcelona. Many of the buildings date from medieval times, some from as far back as the Roman settlement of Barcelona. Catalan modernista architecture (related to the movement known as Art Nouveau in the rest of Europe), developed between 1885 and 1950 and left an important legacy in Barcelona. Several of these buildings are World Heritage Sites. Especially remarkable is the work of architect Antoni Gaudí, which can be seen throughout the city. His best-known work is the immense but still unfinished church of the Sagrada Família, which has been under construction since 1882, and is still financed by private donations. As of 2007, completion is planned for 2026.
Barcelona was also home to Mies van der Rohe’s Barcelona Pavilion. Designed in 1929 for the International Exposition for Germany, it is an iconic building that came to symbolize modern architecture as the embodiment of van der Rohe’s aphorisms “less is more” and “God is in the details.” The Barcelona pavilion was intended as a temporary structure, and was torn down in 1930 less than a year after it was constructed. A modern re-creation by Spanish architects now stands in Barcelona, however, constructed in 1986.
Barcelona won the 1999 RIBA Royal Gold Medal for its architecture,the first (and as of 2015, only) time that the winner has been a city, and not an individual architect.
Minor basilica of Sagrada Família, the international symbol of Barcelona

The Cathedral of the Holy Cross and St. Eulalia (Gothic)
Gothic basilica of Santa Maria del Mar
Gothic basilica of Santa Maria del Pi
Romanesque church of Sant Pau del Camp
Palau Reial Major, medieval residence of the sovereign Counts of Barcelona, later Kings of Aragon
The Royal Shipyard (gothic)
Monastery of Pedralbes (gothic)
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Barcelona is the largest town in a Spanish region of Catalonia this city has a dole a wonderful climate beautiful beaches a port on the sea the world-famous FC Barcelona art and culture shopping and delicious food and the lively young las upon hop off bus is definitely the most comfortable way to explore all the wonderful highlights of Barcelona the open double-decker bus takes you everywhere just step in and enjoy other Familia is one of Spain's most inspiring buildings every speedster is struck by a visit to this vertical imagination of Antoni gaudí more than a hundred years after the construction started the cathedral still hasn't been completed stroll down the lively homeless and discover lots of stalls and shops sit down relax and enjoy a cold drink and some delicious Spanish tapas at the end of the homeless you will see several street artists performing even acknow matches played the visit to come now FC Barcelona is an unforgettable experience go back in time at the club Museum leave your name on the t-shirt of FC Barcelona and walk in the footsteps of Messi and Neymar through the tunnel to the field look at Barcelona the capital of Catalan are Nouveau through the eyes of the famous architect Antonio Gaudi devoted tour takes you to his finest works like casa milà parc güell and to his unfinished masterpiece the Sagrada Familia like Miami Sydney and Rio de Janeiro Barcelona belongs to the best beach towns in world a few steps from the center you'll find more than 5 kilometers of : cent ideal for sunbathing and cooling off in fresh water at the Mediterranean Sea the old harbour of barcelona port vell receives the makeover thanks to the Olympic Games in this area you find a variety of shops cinemas cafes and restaurants furthermore Europe's largest aquarium is located in Port hell Oh blessed by all means Spanish village it was built for the universal exhibition of 1929 the Romanesque monastery is worthwhile the visit in most buildings shops and restaurants are located for those who love music light shows and spectacles after sunset a visit to the Magic Fountain form Africa is an absolute must the Magic Fountain is a spectacular display of color light motion and water epidemics Pablo Picasso had a special relationship with Barcelona he studied at the Art Academy where he held his first individual exhibitions years later he caught its own Museum combined the Catalan cuisine with an highlights tapas bike tour through the city of Barcelona the historical night walking tour shows Barcelona from a different perspective go out and discover the historical lively old town of the city enjoy Barcelona like a local and learn more about the Spanish wines and food pairing another way to explore Barcelona is to rent an e-bike or go car you can choose your own routes and discover Barcelona without guide feel free and visit the hidden secrets of this wonderful city barrio gótico in this districts you find ancient buildings sometimes even before the Middle Ages walk through the narrow streets and picturesque squares with beautiful fountains musicians and street performers in Gothic quarter there are many cafes restaurants and tapas bars and of course the famous cathedral of Barcelona in museo de stoically Catalunya you can take a journey back in time and experience the history of this part of Spain fresh fruits dried nuts hem or fish an ice-cold beer at the local bar a new pair of sunglasses or funky jeans you can find it all on different markets in Barcelona don't miss out the famous la boca here if you fancy a drink while taking a great view and seeing how to push lift you'll definitely want to check out a rooftop bar or two in Barcelona the best are la Isabella Hotel 1898 and the sky bar at Grand Hotel central elbonian is currently one of the nicest districts of Barcelona are you looking for the latest fashion shops and the best restaurants in Barcelona then you should not miss al burnett during your visit in a Catalan capital it is also possible to admire Barcelona from the sea during a boat trip with an impressive classic sailing ship one of the options is el cielo a replica of a virgin Tyne a sailing ship with two mosques from the 18th century discover the secrets of Barcelona from the sky from the beach to the mountains from sacre de Familia to Toa Akbar and the Olympic ring by a helicopter tour enjoy your stay in this great city

14 thoughts on “Barcelona Spain Travel Guide – Top Attractions Highlights – Must See & Do

  1. I've been to Barcelona, Spain. I went by myself, I was only 19. I toured the whole city by foot, metro, bus, and rollerblades (I had brought them from the US) The only time I experienced something unnatural was when I decided to go visit a club by myself downtown closer to the beach area. It wasn't so great tbh and on the way back home towards Catalan, I'd taken a metro. the blue line, Line 5. Mind you this was like 3 AM. There were still a good amount of people on the metro as if night-life were always that lit. So I got comfortable and I stood on the metro as if I were taking the red line from DC to MD. I was wearing a shirt, shorts and some sandals because I did not have night-out outfits. (Oh well! I still don't! Lol) Out of nowhere some man, who seemed to be "drunk" came up to me and tried to stumble on me and felt up on me when he did. I gave him a stank face and I moved. I looked around to see what others reactions were or why they didn't help and everyone in that cart just looked at me. It was a look you get when you know something's up. So I got a flight feeling inside then. I went to go sit down by a few people. I Facetimed my friend who was still awake here in Penn. US and told him about what had just happened. He asked me "Is he still there?" I looked up thinking the man had left and on the row next to mine the man was there, looking at me with his arm resting on his leg and his head resting in his hand just looking directly at me. If this were daytime I don't think I'd think much of it but the man didn't get off and there were two more stops left on the metro until it ended its trip. My stop was second to last, and I thought there is no way this man has the same stop as me. My stop had come, which was El Carmel and people had begun to get off. I got out and started to walk fast paced toward the exit. For those who haven't taken this stop, it's quite a walk to get to the surface- if anyone has taken the metro from DC to MD to Wheaton Station and seen the flight of stairs you have to climb to get to the surface– well imagine that x4. So while I was exiting the first room where the metro had dropped us, as I looked behind me while going up the stairs and thought 'yes! he's gone!' but I thought too soon because when the metro was about to leave, out pops the man looking around, saw me, and headed towards my direction. By that time I was on top of the exit stairs and my flight senses kicked in. I sprinted all the way home. Not to the surface, HOME. I ran like I never ran in sandals before in my life!! I don't know how I did it but I did and I'm lucky. I'd still go by myself again– or maybe not be selfish and share the greatness with somebody– either way those two weeks were the best weeks of my life! I'm 22 now, and I miss it very much! It's not really different to change to their custom, you really don't have to. Just be optimistic, about yourself. Don't close yourself to one part of the world just because you're familiar with it. Everything was foreign to you at some point so just relax, accept the earth as your whole home and everywhere will feel like home, as long as God is your best friend honestly that's how I did it. I felt as if he were always there, watching me even if I was 3000 miles alone and away from home. I felt peace, happiness, and joy. There's always good in bad and bad in good but that's the good thing about energy- that there's good and bad and everything can only be transferred so stay positive and positivity will radiate from you and everything you come across or get into.

  2. The Barri Gotic is really beautiful! And there are a lot of amazing restaurants there. Last time i went to Barcelona i used an app called Yumm! and it was really useful to find restaurants at the area. Also when communicating at the restaurants, because I found all the allergens and ingredients information translated in my own language 😊 Great video!

  3. Hey, great video with a lot of good advice!
    Thanks a lot for sharing!
    I was there too recently and even built my own beach furniture there. ( Find the video in my channel, if you like)
    I love this city so much!
    Geetings, Johannes

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