Content posted on Aug 16, 2017

10 Ultimate Tourist Attractions in Barcelona




1. La Sagrada Familia
 
La Sagrada Familia is designed by Antoni Gaudi. This unique construction is Barcelona's most famous tourist attraction and the most visited. It is rated as one of the world's top attractions.

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2. Picasso Museum
 
In the Born area. The Picasso Museum is Barcelona's most famous museum. Pablo Picasso was born in Malaga in the south of Spain, but the Picasso family moved to Barcelona in 1895 and Picasso lived here until 1904.
 
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3. Las Ramblas Street
 
Las Ramblas Street or Las Ramblas - the Spanish poet Federico García Lorca said 'It is the only street in the world which I wish would never end' and it almost doesn't because it now continues into Port Vell marina. La Rambla starts at central square Plaza Catalunya and ends at the Columbus monument at the Port Vell marina. La Rambla it is not a spectacular attraction in any way, but very pleasant to stroll down and feel the human heartbeat of Barcelona.

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4. FC Barcelona Museum & Camp Nou Stadium
 
It is a home of Barcelona football team. In case there are no games during your visit, you can book the stadium and museum tour.
 
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5. Barrio Gotico
 
The gothic quarter is the medieval city of Barcelona. It grew around the ancient Roman town of Barcino which is Barcelona's oldest area. The gothic part of the city has many beautiful churches, plazas, markets and museums and you can see parts of the old Roman walls.
 
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6. Park Guell by Gaudi
 
Parc Guell is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and is considered to one of Gaudi's most artistic works. Parc Guell is a Barcelona top attraction and must-see.
 
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7. Montjuic Hill & Poble Espanyol
 
Montjuic Hill is a former fort on the summit called Montjuic Castle. The other main attraction on Montjuic Hill is the Spanish village Poble Espanyol, which was built for the Barcelona 1929 World Fair and Universal Exposition showing  an architectural village of Spain's different architectural styles. It now houses a wide variety of cafés, night clubs, restaurants, over 40 artisan craft shops and El Tablao de Carmen flamenco show.
 
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8. Tibidabo hill
 
Viewing the fantastic scene of Barcelona at Tibadabo is a fun thing to do and great for kids because fun vintage amusement park is at the top, which is open in the summer from March to September.
 
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9. Placa De Espanya, Spain

 
Plaza Espanya  or Plaza de España in Spanish is one of the most important squares in Barcelona. Josep Maria Puig i Cadafalch was commissioned to design the plaza.
 
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10. La Boqueria Market

 
 
La Boqueria Market is an essential piece into Barcelona’s biggest attractions, as it’s also the first market to open in the city. It is located next La Rambla in the Gothic Quarter district.
 
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