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BARCELONA (BCN)

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Located on the north-eastern coast of the Iberian Peninsula, in the Centre of Catalonia, Barcelona is the second largest city in Spain, after Madrid. There are two official languages spoken in Barcelona: Catalan and Castilian Spanish. The best time to travel to Barcelona is in spring or autumn, when the weather is nice, with mild to warm temperatures. The sales period starts during these seasons, both in stores and hotels.

What can you see in Barcelona?

Gaudi’s city. Called „the architect of God”, his creations can be seen everywhere: in the Ciutadella Park in Plaça Reia, Gràcia (Casa Vicens), Boulevard Passeig de Gràcia (Casa Batllo and Casa Milà), Park Güell and the magnificent La Sagrada Familia Cathedral.

Barri de Santa Maria. Located in the neighbourhood of La Ribera, the beautiful Gothic church is also called „the church of people” for its modest interior with icons, ornaments and special acoustics. 

Casa Milà , called La Pedrera, included in 1984 in the UNESCO Cultural Heritage. It is considered to be rather a sculpture than a building, thanks to its façade that resembles a rock. Casa Milà has always been considered a breakthrough work, even one hundred years ago, when it was built.

Casa Batllo facade. The house of the Batllo family, a symbol of Barcelona, was designed to represent the legend of Saint George - the patron of Catalonia - and the Dragon.

Sagrada Familia. The construction of Gaudi’s masterpiece started in 1882 and remains unfinished even nowadays. It will probably be finalised by 2026, in order to coincide with the 100-year anniversary of Gaudí’s death. That’s because Gaudi wanted the church to be financed solely by donations from its visitors. Sagrada Familia is the symbol of Barcelona and attracts millions tourists every year.

CosmoCaixa is a science museum that houses the Flooded Forest. Using a space of 1,000 square meters, the museum has reproduced the flora and fauna of the Amazon Rainforest. You can also visit the 3D planetarium at CosmoCaixa.

Zona Alta. 15 of the largest parks of the city and neighbourhoods Pedralbes, Tibidabo, Collserola and Gracia can be found here.

You can visit Torre de Collserola, a communications tower whose shape resembles a needle, to which you can get using a glass elevator. From the top of the tower, at a height of 500 meters above the sea, one can see the Pyrenees, Montserrat and somewhere farther, Majorca, which is the most famous of the Balearic Islands. In Zona Alta, you can visit Museu del FC Barcelona, the most popular museum of the city and Camp Nou stadium, with 120,000 seats, the famous stadium being the home of the football club FC Barcelona.

La Rambla. The biggest boulevard, a wide promenade, stretching more than a kilometre and branched by the Raval and the Barri Gotic district. There is also a makeshift stage for artists and living statues, a huge showcase for merchants, a perfect place to meet and relax in restaurants and cafes. Near the old port and the Maritime Museum, you will find the largest aquarium in the Mediterranean, where you can dive (using a wetsuit) within a protected cage in waters, where sharks and thousands of fish swim.

Monastir Montserrat. Built in 1205, it houses the La Moreneta (Black Madonna) – Virgin Mary and Child, the spiritual patroness of Catalonia since 1881. There is a room full of objects left by people whose wishes were fulfilled, every object having a paper with his story.

The Chocolate Museum. Built by chocolate manufacturers and distributors in the city, it is a unique place and a great attraction for children, but also for adults. There, one can see exhibits of chocolate copies of Gaudi’s famous buildings or utensils used in the preparation of the desert.

How to get around Barcelona?

Transport. Use the public transport. Make a tour of the city with a tour bus that has two levels, with ascents and descents unlimited DURING the day, at the price of a single ticket. The bus travels to all points of interest on three routes lasting between one hour and two hours. Cost: from 27 euros for two days. You can also purchase the Barcelona card- 45 Euros per person for 3 days, 55 euros for 4 days, 60 euros for 5 days. The card includes transport around Barcelona, including to the airport, entries to 70 attractions and discounts at museums, shops, restaurants, nightspots and other services. The card can be purchased at the tourist offices in Barcelona (at full price) or online before travelling on the site http://www.barcelonacard.org.

Catalan cuisine. The Catalan cuisine has a reputation for producing some of Spain’s finest cuisine. It has five main sauces that are served with different meats: sofregit, samfaina, picada, aioli and romesco. One of the traditional foods is tapas, consisting of a wide variety of appetisers - usually, any bar or small restaurant always offers from 8 to 12 types of tapas. At the restaurant, the menu of the day is the best solution, costing between 6 and 25 euros, depending on the place. You can opt for a „Plato Combinado”, a dish consisting of meat and three vegetables, and a glass of a drink. For desserts, you must taste the Catalan cream, a local speciality with a sensational taste. Do not forget about Sangria, the traditional alcoholic drink, and also make sure to drink the freshly squeezed fruit juice.

Accommodation. There is a great variety of pensions, private apartments and over 750 hotels. The price for a double room at a three-star hotel varies between 35 and 295 euros per night, the four-star hotel costs between 70 and 550 euros and five-star hotels require 135 to 415 euros. For a more economical option, search for hostels and private apartments, but you will have to look for them before your trip.