23 Jan 2019 - 24 Jan 2019
2 guests - 1 room
I've been to Barcelona a few times and grew to appreciate the city more on repeat visits. The architecture of the city is gorgeous and inspiring and it brings me a lot of joy just strolling around here. I adore Gaudi's work and if you're a fan, you must visit the city! Don't miss visiting Sagrada Familia, which we only saw from the outside the first time we visited, but you must go in! It's amazing! I prefer other areas of Spain more for their food and people, but the buildings here are simply the best. Plus, some locals can be uptight and rude if you speak (or try your best) Spanish; they speak Catalan (but also speak Spanish), so just be aware.
Barcelona is well-known of football and we really excited to be here. Park Guell and De Catalunya also must have a visit.
Barcelona is a cosmopolitan, multicultural city with a whole lot of tourists. While I do not enjoy it as much as Madrid, it has a beach, mountains and good food. I will say that compared to other coastal cities, it is not that clean. Also, watch out for pickpockets ( rule to be applied most places in Spain)
This is my favorite city in all of Spain. Everything you could ask for when going to Spain is located in this city. Food, culture, art, welcoming community of people. I have never had a bad experience while here and always looking for an excuse to return. This is a perfect place for families, backpackers, and away looking to see the Spanish culture.