• What to do in Barcelona. What is the must see in Barcelona? Well, there are a lot of must-sees and you’re super lucky,
because I’ll tell you about them. •
What to do in BARCELONA ? TELL ME MORE
- Parc Guël – the parc is ah-ma-zing and definitely worth visiting. You must keep in mind though: book ONLINE the day [or more days] before, because otherwise you’ll end up walking the whole shit-end up, finding someone saying: “Oh well, you can’t go into the parc right now. There’s a maximum of 400 people per hour and we’re already fully booked. Better luck tomorrow’ (true story.. sadly it is)
- Bunkers – my oh my, what a view. It’s not worth visiting every single day, because it’s one hell of a trip and you have to walk lots and lots of stairs. BUT, once you’ve reached the top you’ll see why it’s so popular. Among a few tourists and a lot of Spanish people. Bring your own cloth, drinks and food and have a picnic while enjoying its amazing view over Barcelona.
- Playa Reial – one of our favorite playas in Barcelona! You’ll find the photogenic fountain, see half-naked-Spanish-guys doing acrobatic tricks, and you can eat a delicious meal there at one of the restaurants.
- Bike tour through Barcelona – do an e-bike tour through Barcelona and you won’t be disappointed. Crossing through the streets, bicycling up the hills, it’s tough, but again: so worth it! We also went up the hill by cable car and it was so fun.
- Montjuïc & Museu Nacional d’Art de Catalunya – take your book with you, enjoy yourself in the mid-afternoon with your book and a nice drink and wait until 21:30 pm. Then what you might ask? Then… the water & music show starts at the fountains on the bottom. It’s so amazing to experience that, worth seeing.
- Barceloneta for clubs and beach – Barceloneta has gorgeous beaches and lots of clubs. For eating I wouldn’t recommend it really, it’s too pricy and the quality is not so super. The clubs are fun, but if you like Salsa and Latin like I do, go to the club right in the corner. I believe it’s next to Carpe Diem, near the sea. They also have this outside terrace. Inside it’s not super super big, but the music is great and so are the people. Pacha and other clubs are more .. techno.
La Rambla for shopping and houses of Gaudi – Chanel, Gucci, Prada.. Need to say more? ;-) Also more affordable brands on the other side of the Ramblas and thé markethall for the best fruits, fish, icecreams and other treats.
Parc de la Ciutadella – Gold, gold and super photogenic. Again: take some food and drinks with you and enjoy a picnic in the parc.
Must see in Barcelona! These places are worth visiting, do you have more recommendations? :-)