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What to Do in Barcelona

Las Ramblas

Stretching from Plaça Cataluyna to Port Vell, this one-mile-long pedestrian boulevard is a must for visitors to Barcelona and is one of the city's most popular destinations. As you walk under the shade of plane trees, you'll pass street performers, human statues, florists, gelaterías, and candy stalls, all while smelling the cooking aroma of crema catalana and gofres.

La Boqueria

With its roots dating back almost 1000 years, La Boqueria is a market of over 200 stands huddled under a distinctive glass roof. Here, you'll find vendors selling fruits, vegetables, meats, fish, and olive products. Purchase a fruit smoothie as you enter, then peruse the stalls as the bustling of the market surrounds you. It's a sensation for the senses, whether you buy anything or not.

Park Güell

Containing its famous mosaic lizard—seen on postcards around the Globe—Park Güell is a fantasy land come true. Opened in 1926 as a collaboration between entrepreneur Eusebi Güell and architect Antoni Gaudí, this whimsical space contains mosaic-covered fountains, buildings, sculptures, and colonnades, all built in the iconic Gaudí style. You can even visit Gaudí's House-Museum, where he lived for twenty years.

What to See in Barcelona

Sagrada Família

As one of the most iconic buildings in Barcelona—and there are many—the Sagrada Família is a must-see for lovers of art, history, and architecture. Designed by Antoni Gaudí, its construction first began in 1882, and it's still not completed as of 2021. Book a ticket ahead of time so that you can go inside, where you'll awe at high vaults and stained glass.

Casa Batlló

Another of Gaudí's creations, the Casa Batlló was designed in 1904 and is a love letter to nature. This apartment block contains no straight lines and has a roof that resembles the scales of a fierce dragon. The otherworldly colours and designs will dazzle your eyes, especially at night, when the lights will twinkle around you.

Basílica de Santa Maria del Mar

This Gothic Church, built in the 14th century in the quarter of La Ribera, is one of Barcelona's most stunning buildings. Having survived both earthquakes and fires (scorch marks of a 1936 fire are still visible), the church holds a magnificent aura. Inside, witness the ultra-tall columns, stained glass windows, and chandeliers. You'll feel lost in time.

Where to Stay in Barcelona

Barri Gòtic

Otherwise known as the Gothic Quarter, the Barri Gòtic is one of Barcelona's oldest areas and contains some of its most iconic sights. Here, you'll find the famous street Las Ramblas, along with the legendary La Boqueria market. With a bustle of shops, museums, and medieval-style architecture, you'll feel teleported to another world in this stunning neighborhood.

Eixample

Eixample is a newer area than the Barri Gòtic, but that doesn't mean it's less worth a stay. Here, you'll be close to some of Barcelona's most famous buildings like Sagrada Família and Casa Batlló, both designed by the iconic architect Antoni Gaudí. Eixample also contains wide lanes to stroll through as well as tapas bars to feast in.

La Barceloneta

Home of the beautiful Barceloneta Beach, this area is perfect for those looking for a more relaxing stay in Barcelona. In La Barceloneta, you'll find nearly four miles of beaches to relax and swim in, as well as many restaurants selling fresh fish and seafood. Relax under the Spanish sun and take in the spray of the Balearic Sea.

Las Ramblas

Stretching from Plaça Cataluyna to Port Vell, this one-mile-long pedestrian boulevard is a must for visitors to Barcelona and is one of the city's most popular destinations. As you walk under the shade of plane trees, you'll pass street performers, human statues, florists, gelaterías, and candy stalls, all while smelling the cooking aroma of crema catalana and gofres.

La Boqueria

With its roots dating back almost 1000 years, La Boqueria is a market of over 200 stands huddled under a distinctive glass roof. Here, you'll find vendors selling fruits, vegetables, meats, fish, and olive products. Purchase a fruit smoothie as you enter, then peruse the stalls as the bustling of the market surrounds you. It's a sensation for the senses, whether you buy anything or not.

Park Güell

Containing its famous mosaic lizard—seen on postcards around the Globe—Park Güell is a fantasy land come true. Opened in 1926 as a collaboration between entrepreneur Eusebi Güell and architect Antoni Gaudí, this whimsical space contains mosaic-covered fountains, buildings, sculptures, and colonnades, all built in the iconic Gaudí style. You can even visit Gaudí's House-Museum, where he lived for twenty years.

Sagrada Família

As one of the most iconic buildings in Barcelona—and there are many—the Sagrada Família is a must-see for lovers of art, history, and architecture. Designed by Antoni Gaudí, its construction first began in 1882, and it's still not completed as of 2021. Book a ticket ahead of time so that you can go inside, where you'll awe at high vaults and stained glass.

Casa Batlló

Another of Gaudí's creations, the Casa Batlló was designed in 1904 and is a love letter to nature. This apartment block contains no straight lines and has a roof that resembles the scales of a fierce dragon. The otherworldly colours and designs will dazzle your eyes, especially at night, when the lights will twinkle around you.

Basílica de Santa Maria del Mar

This Gothic Church, built in the 14th century in the quarter of La Ribera, is one of Barcelona's most stunning buildings. Having survived both earthquakes and fires (scorch marks of a 1936 fire are still visible), the church holds a magnificent aura. Inside, witness the ultra-tall columns, stained glass windows, and chandeliers. You'll feel lost in time.

Barri Gòtic

Otherwise known as the Gothic Quarter, the Barri Gòtic is one of Barcelona's oldest areas and contains some of its most iconic sights. Here, you'll find the famous street Las Ramblas, along with the legendary La Boqueria market. With a bustle of shops, museums, and medieval-style architecture, you'll feel teleported to another world in this stunning neighborhood.

Eixample

Eixample is a newer area than the Barri Gòtic, but that doesn't mean it's less worth a stay. Here, you'll be close to some of Barcelona's most famous buildings like Sagrada Família and Casa Batlló, both designed by the iconic architect Antoni Gaudí. Eixample also contains wide lanes to stroll through as well as tapas bars to feast in.

La Barceloneta

Home of the beautiful Barceloneta Beach, this area is perfect for those looking for a more relaxing stay in Barcelona. In La Barceloneta, you'll find nearly four miles of beaches to relax and swim in, as well as many restaurants selling fresh fish and seafood. Relax under the Spanish sun and take in the spray of the Balearic Sea.

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