To See The Gaudi ArchitectureSome of the most impressive sights in the city are the ones of Antoni Gaudi, a Catalan and native of Spain. These quirky, unique and gorgeous pieces of work are scattered around the city and tourists can set out to see them all. Start at the La Sagrada Familia, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and slightly un-finished church. Every inch of the enormous building has been created with detail and themes of nature can be seen weaved within every bit of the impressive church. Make sure to take a tour through Casa Batllo and Casa Mila for an almost Alice in Wonderland sort of adventure. After visiting his indoor artworks, head down to Park Guell for an outdoors display of even more works of architectural art.
To Hit The BeachesSituated on the Mediterranean coast, Barcelona’s beaches are one of its biggest draws for tourists. There are around 9 beaches that are popular with both visitors and locals and many of them are accompanied by beachside bars and restaurants offering up everything you need for a comfortable day by the shore. You can even take a walk along the boardwalk that runs for miles along the length of the coast.
To Stroll Down Les RamblesThis is Barcelona’s most famous walking street and it has tons to see and do. It’s a pedestrian walkway lined with trees and veers off into different side streets, all hosting their own feel. Here you will find street performers, snack stalls, artists and plenty of shopping and souvenirs for you to bring home. If you want to be amongst constant energy and visual stimuli, this street is the place to be.
For The Activities and EntertainmentThere is non-stop fun to be had on a visit to Barcelona. Music lovers have their choice of numerous live shows put on each night and guests can get in some culture by buying tickets to one of the popular flamenco shows. Rent a bicycle and ride around the old quarter or hop on a sailboat and experience Barcelona from the sea. There are over ten festivals that are hosted within the city so working a holiday around one of them is easy and definitely worthwhile to take part in the festivities.
Join the thousands of tourists who come to Barcelona each year to explore, relax and learn about the Spanish culture. Whether you come as a cruise guest, a backpacker or the leader of a family holiday, your time in Barcelona will never be dull.