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Our handpicked selection of popular things to do in Barcelona
The narrow streets of Old City in Barcelona are best explored on foot. Join one of these various tours and explore famous attractions like Gothic Quarters and Sagrada Familia.
Enjoy a horse-back ride along the trails of the Catalonian landscape near Barcelona.
Rent a eScooter or Vespa and zip around Barcelona in style.
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Top sights not to be missed
Barcelona's most popular and famous attraction, the Sagrada Família, is a testament to Antoni Gaudi's Modernist style and quite possibly unlike any other church in the world.
The Gothic Quarter is one of the four neighborhoods that form the Ciutat Vella or Old City of Barcelona.
Nestled in the Montserrat mountains, the Benedictine abbey of Santa Maria de Montserrat is a breathtaking complex that dates back to the 10th century.
Often the first landmark that people identify with the city.
Park Güell is a sprawling public park with gardens and architectural elements on the southern slope of Mount Carmel in the foothills of the Collserola range.
Nature and Parks
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Capital of Spain and a cosmopolitan city known for art, architecture and modernist landmarks designed by Antoni Gaudí
Barcelona's metro, tram and Ferrocarrils de la Generalitat (FGC) have conveniently located stops which are within walking distance of most major attractions. Nitbuses are a good way to get around in the dark.
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Barcelona to Palma de MallorcaAn overnight ferry trip away from Barcelona, Palma de Mallorca is a charming city with a medieval atmosphere featuring Moorish and Art Nouveau buildings, galleries, restaurants, and bars.
StroopwafelTwo thin waffles with caramel-like syrup filling
BitterballenDeep fried beef or veal based snack
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