Barcelona embraces the Mediterranean in sweeping C-shaped bays that date back to the times of antiquity.
Barcelona’s weight in history is evident in its nine UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Whether or not you’re into architecture, UNESCO listed more than a handful of architectural landmarks you should not miss.
Here’s a fun Q & A (don’t try this when you fly!) about this popular city.
You can easily stay two weeks and still have unchecked activities and sightseeing on your bucket list. Alternatively, in one week you should be able to enjoy the highlights of this vibrant city.
It should also give you sufficient time to enjoy a few glasses of its traditional Sangria. It’s said that Sangria is not a wine, but a fruit salad – I guess any excuse will do once you’ve tasted Sangria so you may keep your glass filled!
The city has great energy. Thus, no time to wonder what you can do in Barcelona. Besides, the list of places to see and things to do in vibrant Barcelona are almost endless. By the way, at the end of your holiday in Barcelona, you will fully understand why there are so many songs about this city, romancing the Mediterranean in its own fashion.
If you plan to visit various attractions and use public transport, we recommend you get the Barcelona card. In addition, there is a variety of cards that will assist a great deal towards getting the most of your trip to Barcelona.
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