Recommended Activities When Traveling To Barcelona

A vacation in Europe! Would I give up a chance like that for anything else in the world? Not even in my wildest dreams. A chance to visit some of the hottest destinations in Europe is not worth giving up for sure. Spain, a country rich in culture gives you the chance to meet people with different interests.

Whether you are a fan of Spanish opera singer, Jose Careras, or the Real Madrid Football team, it doesn’t matter. There is something in Spain for everyone. Barcelona, the cosmopolitan city has the most vibrant cultural scene. A city based on Gaudi architecture, Barcelona is home to some of the finest churches of the Gothic Quarter. A wide range of museums including the Museum of the City of Barcelona will give you a chance to see the ancient Roman ruins. The city has a wonderful climate which forces you to stay outdoors all the time. Because of the amazing weather Barcelona is been ranked as 12 th visited place in the world.

Barcelona, Spain

Barcelona is located on the coasts of the Mediterranean Sea and it is the second largest city in Spain. Barcelona is known to be inhabited by Romans as mentioned in Museu D’Historia de la Ciutat.. The city has many districts to explore and some of them are; Barceloneta which is engulfed with beaches and port, Ciutat Vella, Gracia and Eixample. There is also some fascinating architecture of Antonio Gaudi in La Sagrada Familia, Casa Batllo, La Pedrera and Parc Guell which is a World Heritage. The aerial view of Barcelona can be seen from Tibidabo which is the highest point in the city. The official languages of Barcelona are Catalan and Spanish.

Barcelona has an excellent transportation network that includes metro, trams, cable cars and trains. The city’s airport is the second largest airport in Spain and is served by Vuelling Airlines, Air Europa and Spainair. Roman route, Moderista route, Contemporary route, Goudi route and Picasso route are the guide tours provided by Bacelona.

Barcelona, Spain

Barcelona is known as one of the best places for shoe shopping. Barna is the famous shopping district where you can find many shops under single roof. The city is known for international music, live shows, an active night life and some attractive gaming venues. The local casino located in the city is Casino Barcelona, and offers 33,000 square feet of gambling entertainment with over 200 slot machines, 45 table games and a dozen poker tables. You can even play online casino from your mobile phone at once you leave and head towards Las Ramblas Boulevard. This is also one of the hottest spots to be at night with live performers, many cafes, pubs and clubs which scatter the wide street and give it a unique atmosphere.

If you love to sit back and relax then you can get down to the coast of Andalucía for a great time on the sandy beaches of Cadiz. Party animals ought to head straight for the Canary Islands and experience the best of Spain’s nightlife. Party lovers are serious about it when they sing ‘We are going to Ibiza’, for that is every party animal’s ultimate place to groove. That leaves the Foodies who need to travel down to Valencia, the land of tasty sweetmeats and the home of Paella. On your journey don’t forget to pick up some the finest Spanish pottery to remind you of your dream vacation. Siempre mi amigo.

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Olivia Watson

Olivia is a world traveler who has been to 27 countries in just over 15 years. She loves to share her knowledge of traveling to help others travel safer, cheaper and have more fun.
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