Things to Do in barcelona
Visit the La Boqueria - A paradise for the traditional food lover, La Boqueria attracts more than 45,000 visitors per day. It is the most famous food market in the world. So if you want to eat the traditional barca food, which includes some of the finest cheeses & the seafood, this is the place you should not miss out on.
Visit the Santa Maria del Mar - Symbol of the antique design & resilience of the Barcelona’s architecture tradition. If you a piece of history, then this place excites you like nobody else in the world. A Gothic style temple with stunning glass panel which is illuminated by sun rays is a view to die for as a photographer.
Visit the La Sagrada Familia - Designed by the architect Antoni Gaudi, it is one of the finest piece of architecture & engineering. It is regarded as the most famous architecture of Gaudi, which now attracts a lot of tourist. It has marvelous combo of Gothic & Art Nouveau style. One mind-boggling fact is that it is still under construction.
Visit the El Palau de la Musica Catalana - Designed by the contemporary artist Lluis Domenech, it is a palace of the Catalina music built in 1908. It is a designated as World Heritage Site by UNESCO. The interior of this place mesmerizes you with its color, pattern & texture.
Visit the Las Rambla - A tree like pedestrian mall spread across the heart of the city attracts a lot of tourist because of its breathtaking bird-eye view from the top. It is one of the most crowded places in the city due to its delightful cafes & restaurants which offers you some yummy food.
Visit the Museu Picasso - If you are a fan of the famous 20th century artist Pablo Picasso, then this the place that will engage you the most. It is the first & only place in the world which presents you the complete collection of this magician’s whole artworks at a single place.
Visit the Tibidabo Amusement Park - If you are looking for a family holiday destination in this part of the world, this is place that offers you variety of activities for each age group. It is the oldest running amusement park of the country & 3rd oldest of Europe. So if you are planning a one day picnic for your family, this could be an ideal place
Visit the Park Guell - Regarded as the finest masterpiece of architect Gaudi, Park Guell is recognized as the face of the modern Catalonia. If you are interested in visiting this place, book your tickets well in advance as the park only allows 400 visitors per half hour.
Visit the Gothic Quarter - Located in the heart of the city, Gothic Quarter offers you an experience of a lifetime. If you are a history lover, then this place enriches you with a history right from the era of the Roman to the 20th century. One of the most attractive feature of this place is that there is no traffic.
Visit the famous Camp Nou - Home to one of the leading international football clubs in the world FC Barcelona, Camp Nou is the 2nd largest stadium in the world & the largest of its kind in the Europe. So if you are planning visit Barcelona, spare one day for live match if possible, which will be an experience you will never forget.