Best Things To Do in Barcelona

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in a 2 day trip

Visit the Sagrada Familia

Designed by Gaudí, still under construction after decades. Buy tickets in advance to avoid missing out. Allocate sufficient time to explore, including ascending the towers.

Parc Güell

Parc Güell, a Gaudí masterpiece, has two parts: one free, one ticketed. Explore gardens freely; pay to see statues, stairs, and skyline views.

Barcelona city sights

Barcelona offers stunning city sights. Some are free, like Cataluña Museum of Art and Montjüic mountain, while others require fees, including Sagrada Familia and Parc Güell.


Montjüic mountain offers stunning views of Barcelona. Must-see attractions include the magic fountain, castle, Spanish town, Olympic rings, museums, and botanic garden. Perfect for a day visit.

Santa María del Mar

Don't miss the Santa María del Mar basilica in Barcelona. Read "Cathedral of the Sea" or watch the TV series. Built by citizens from 1329 to 1383.

Gothic Neighborhood and the Cathedral

 Find a walking route to the center on this link. Visit the stunning Gothic-style Barcelona Cathedral, built in the 13th-15th centuries, with the facade and towers completed in 1913.

Casa Batlló

An essential Barcelona visit. Gaudí masterpiece, UNESCO Heritage Site. Learn about our visit, featured works, and recommendations for a complete experience.

Manzana de la discordia de Barcelona

The Manzana de la Discordia is a stretch on Paseo de Gracia featuring five iconic buildings by renowned Catalan architects. The name stems from professional rivalry, particularly with Gaudí's presence.


Popular Barcelona neighborhood between Port Vell, with beaches, alleys, museums, shopping, cable car, and stunning port views.

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