Barcelona (Spain) in four days

Barcelona

  1. Public transport is good, get a Metro card with ten tickets, it can even be shared simultaneously.
  2. Beware of pickpockets.
  3. Credit card acceptance is high, but not 100%.
  4. Paella, a rice dish, is famous in Barcelona

Barcelona in two days

Day 1

Start your day with a walking tour. I would recommend Sandeman’s walking tours. In the afternoon, check out the History Museum. It is pretty detailed and has remains of the historic Roman city of Baracine.

Christopher Colombus climbed these steps 400 years back

Christopher Columbus climbed these steps 400 years back

A sculptor symbolizing Human tower a popular sport in Barcelona

A sculptor symbolizing Human tower a popular sport in Barcelona

The wall of Baracine city inside History Museum

The wall of Baracine city inside the History Museum

Day 2

Then head to check out Gaudi’s architecture at Sagrada Church (which is under construction for 100+ years), Casa Batllo, Casa Mila, or Palau Guell. All of these have hefty entry ticket prices, and I would recommend going inside at least one of these.

Sagrada Church - under construction for over 100 years

Sagrada Church – under construction for over 100 years

Palau Guell

Palau Guell

Casa Mila

Casa Mila

Head towards the beach, Playa de Catalunya afterward. There are several road-side vendors, some selling food and some cheap knock-offs of popular brands.

Playa de Catalunya

Playa de Catalunya

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