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Barcelona Feels | Visual Diary

views from top of La Sagrada Familia Barcelona Spain

Ahhhh! Barcelona, you have truly captured my heart!

This city has so much to offer, three days was NOT enough. Lively beaches, scenic hikes, artistic culture, a free and liberal community, friendly and kind people, warm and breezy weather, rich culture — this city is perfect! I already can’t wait to go back!

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What To Do

Park Guël | Sagrada Familia Basilica (including Nativity Tower view) | La Pedrera/Casa Mila | Gothic Quarter | Arc de Triumpth | La Barceloneta | La Rambla

Where To Eat

Al Sur Cafe | La Catalana | Lulu Barcelona

How To Get Around

Walk: Download offline maps with CityMaps2Go.

Bus/Metro: If you plan on taking 10 or more bus/metro trips, get a T-10 card for $9.95. You can obtain them from any bus and metro vending machine. Otherwise, each ride is about $2.15.

Taxi: Uber is not permitted in Barcelona, but MyTaxi is. Download the app and register. It works just like Uber and it’s easy to navigate.


>> Buy all attraction tickets online. It will save you A LOT of time. Barcelona is a popular destination year round and you will most likely come across long lines.

>> Wake up early and be the first to arrive to any attraction. You’ll get better pictures and less crowds. Trust me, it’s worth it.

>> Do some light research on Antoni Gaudi. He’s the genius behind Barcelona’s most popular attractions. Your trip will be more enjoyable if you don’t feel completely lost.

>> Keep your belongings close and don’t carry anything on your back. I heard plenty of times that pickpocketing is common in Barcelona. Personally, I didn’t find it to be a problem, but since I heard one too many times, I think it’s best to warn you.




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