A Local’s Tips on Things to Do in Barcelona, Spain

Looking for tips on things to do in Barcelona?

As part of our city guides series, we interviewed Mariana Calleja who has been in Barcelona, Spain since January 2010, fell in love with the place, and decided to stay longer.

Mariana shares with us her insider tips on the best things to do in Barcelona plus where to eat, sleep, drink, shop and explore.

Why Visit Barcelona?

Barcelona is a very rich city in many aspects. The easiest way for me to describe this would be through the senses.

Taste

In this city you get to eat really good food overall.

The catalan cuisine is quite exquisite, from main dishes to pastry shops. No matter what time of the year, they always have special delights for everyone. Definitely a place to come, eat and relax!

See

Barcelona has incredible sightseeing routes.

From Gaudi’s architecture to the natural mediterranean landscape. There’s something for everyone here, for sports lovers the Camp Nou, for art lovers amazing museums, for budget travelers lots of free things all year round. It’s impossible not to enjoy Barcelona.

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Casa Pedrera o Milá, by Antonio Gaudi

Smell

Well, this might go in many ways, from cuisines all around town to the seaside afternoons.

Each season offers something different and smells will definitely catch your way into curious experiences. I would suggest just let go”.

Listen

Street sounds and catalan language.

Musicians all over the place makes my day every day. Inside the metro, on the streets, along the beach. To me is like being in a movie every time!

Not to mention spectacular concerts in the different theaters which can go from a budget to expensive prices. And catalan language: an interesting one to listen to within all the stories attached. They really want to teach it to those interested.

Again, there’s something for everyone.

Feel

Barcelona is definitely a place to feel things, to experience feelings.

Just walk around, there’s magic hard to describe. There is friendly ambience. Safety too somehow, depends where you are coming from but still is a safe city to just enjoy day or night. Barcelona is vibrant and intense, yet relaxing and welcoming.

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Barcelona’s sea front view

Things to Do in Barcelona

  • Magic Montjuic Fountains, from Friday to Sunday (oct-apr) from 7pm to 9pm. Free outstanding show.
  • Rent a bike and ride along the beach.
  • Festes de Gracia in August is a must-sense!
  • Local festivities such as Sant Jordi and La Merce are quite big parties around town, with beautiful unusual activities that can easily be enjoyed by travelers.
  • Santa Lucia Christmas Market in front of the Cathedral
Magic Montjuic Fountains in Barcelona, Spain
Magic Montjuic Fountains – Image: Shutterstock.com

Best Neighborhoods to Explore in Barcelona

Gracia

The traditional old spanish kinda neighborhood. All filled with little plazas perfect for a coffee afternoon or some beer and tapas. Also known both for a nice night life and a family friendly place.

Gothic Quartier

Mystique area perfect for night life as well. All kind of bars, restaurants and international food makes of this neighborhood one of the best in Barcelona in my opinion. Cozy, alive and magical.

Raval

A unique and contrastant place. Deserves a good walk around into its authentic and ethnical streets, filled with an incredible mix of islamic and hindu cultures all around. Great for curious travelers into something beyond the city guides.

Eixample

The modernist heart of Barcelona. Ideal for long walks while getting delighted with its great architecture and buildings, including Sagrada Familia, Casa Batlló and Casa Milá, as for the most known attractions in the city. Not to mention the endless number of nice places for eating, having coffee or just a nice chat.

Where to Eat in Barcelona

Boqueria Market (yes, the touristy one but food here is quite something, worth the rush!)

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Juicy Mercat de la Boqueria

Any other local markets such as Mercat de L’Abaceria and Mercat de la Barçeloneta.

Ciutat Comtal: great for dinner time, quality catalan food.

La Bodegueta: Really good tapas with the homemade feeling. Also nice to have some wine and relax on the inside. Very local.

Not very catalan but good food around if you go to Arepería La Taguara in El Born neighborhood,inside the gothic quartier, although it’s venezuelan traditional food, it’s definitely not on the city guides and for some reason I can’t explain, you’ll love it too! Haven’t found another like these on my travels so worth a try.

You Can’t Visit Barcelona Without Eating

Fideua! Like a paella but made up with little special noodles and served with a traditional sauce called “alioli”.

Calçots in winter season! Your fingers and palate will be grateful forever.

Where to Drink in Barcelona

Any bar at Gracia Neighborhood is always good. Specially at Calle Verdi and Plaza del Sol. Also around the Passeig del Born street you can find lots of nice places to grab a drink.

Best Place for a Night on the Town

Gothic quartier is the place to go bar-hopping! For everyone, all tastes and all ages too. Amazing little place full of night life.

Where to Stay in Barcelona

Anywhere close to La Rambla and Paseo de Gracia are good spots, well communicated within transport system or just walking. Anywhere around the street called Passeig de Gracia and/or Plaza Cataluña-Las Ramblas will be perfect for anyone visiting.

Budget accommodation in Barcelona:

  • Equity Point Hostels have plenty of activities for travelers.
  • Melon District Residences – for travelers for a few days, or students for a few months.

Plenty of hostels around Plaza Cataluña and Passeig de Gracia are reliable.

Mid-level accommodation in Barcelona:

Top End accommodation in Barcelona:

Also, Airbnb has plenty of places in the city, in every economical range and well located. Barcelona is not a big city really, so is easy to move around, is walkable, is nice and fortunately, weather allows it most of the times too.

Click here to view properties available on Airbnb during your stay.

Markets and Shopping in Barcelona

Food markets are one of the best things to do in Barcelona! La Boqueria is the touristy one but is a nice place to admire and get the senses go active. Not on a budget but just watching and smelling is free.

Then, there are local markets such as Mercat de L’Abaceria in Gracia, located in a quite unique old building.

For a unique market experience, the Book Market in Sant Antoni on Sundays is a must-see! And last but not least, just get lost any weekend around El Raval nieghborhood, over its cozy Rambla you will find local artisan market stands, away from the city rush.

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La Boqueria      Photo Credit: gustavoarruda.squarespace.com

Major Events and Festivals in Barcelona

  • Festa Major de Gracia: an amazing display of community street art for a whole party-week!
  • Sant Joan: the shortest night of the year must be lived on the beach over bonfires, good friends and endless fireworks in the sky.
  • Sant Jordi: on april 23 rd, a special event takes place: red roses and books take over the city entirely, celebrating the defeat of the dragon by Sant Jordi, saving the princess and giving peace to the whole town from the dragon’s menace.
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Barcelona Beer Festival

Getting Around Barcelona

Barcelona is totally walkable, but it has many attractions all over the city. Sometimes you will need the metro or bus service to go from one corner to the other.

The best thing would be to organize every day during your visit around sectors or neighborhoods. So you can enjoy the walking, the views and the local feeling while going on your own feet.

Finding Wi-Fi in Barcelona

Barcelona is completely WI-FI friendly. You can find lots of wi-fi access points throughout town, around main attractions, even close to the beach. The sign is as shown on this picture:

Best Time of Year to Visit Barcelona

Barcelona is a very weather-friendly city. Summer is not extremely hot or winter not extremely cold. Of course, best seasons would be intermediate temperatures, such as April-June and September-November.

Few rainy days throughout the whole year and even in winter you get sunny days with deep blue skies.

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Park Guell main entrance building

Side Trips from Barcelona

Montserrat even though it’s touristy, is an amazing place to visit, into nature, hiking and all kind of activities for all ages and tastes. A place that should be seen.

Amazing Roman ruins in Tarragona is also an incredible day trip, and definitely not as crowded as Rome! Interesting place with the catalan touch.

If you want to go further afield, read this post sharing a three day itinerary for Basque country.

Getting There & Away

Barcelona is a great place in terms of location and transportation. Getting there is easy in any way: car, train, bus, airplane, ships. You choose! Airport is well located and well connected to downtown with bus and train service, all on a budget and in good timing.

Vueling Airline is one good low cost company that arrives in BCN from lots of destinations. Just to mention one. But definitely BCN is a VERY well connected city with the world, so no trouble here!

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Views from Park Guell’s main plaza

Best insiders tip for Barcelona

For tea lovers, you might not want to miss El Salterio Tea House, in the gothic quartier.

For tapas, any corner out from the city rush will be good. Ciutat Comtal is one great spot for tapas & montaditos. Really good food all year round. Very popular among the catalan community.

As always a good idea to try eating at the local markets, where any food will be 100% fresh and tasty!

I love Barcelona because

It has given me life experiences, more than just travel. It has given me a dream come true, a life, a home away from home, a new language and culture, friends too and above all, it has given me a base to do my whole travel dream, to move around, to get to know more.

Plan Your Trip to Barcelona

Accommodation in Barcelona

  • Booking.com has 700,000+ hotels, apartments and hostels worldwide. You get free cancellation on most rooms and a best price guarantee.

Flights to Barcelona

  • Skyscanner is a comparison website that searches millions of flights. Once you find your best deal, book directly through the airline (no extra fees). 

Car Rental in Barcelona

  • RentalCars.com is the world’s biggest car rental booking service that compares all the major brands like Hertz, Avis, Alamo, and Europcar. [/ybox]

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Author Bio:

Mariana Calleja is a 30-year old costarican travel blogger based in Barcelona since 2010 with her travel and life partner, both curious for experiences involving the five senses in a conscious way. Check out her blog “Travel Thirst” and connect with her on facebook, twitter, and pinterest.

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86 thoughts on “A Local’s Tips on Things to Do in Barcelona, Spain”

  1. Glad I saw this because I hope to go back to Barcelona someday soon. I didn’t have a great experience my first time but know that I missed so much, so this information will definitely come in handy.

  2. The Montjuïc’s Magic Fountain is also my top tip when people ask me about Barcelona recommendations. It`s such a great experience, make sure though you check the hours/days of the show as I know from when I visited the shows are on different days and later during the summer time. Also consider taking the metro or bus out there, as it`s about 30 min walk from Plaza de Catalunya.

    1. My family n I are going to be in Barcelona on New Years Eve this year. .where would you recommend we be to watch a spectacular fireworks display?
      And we leave for Malaga the next day, so would we not be able to enjoy the Magic fountain as it says it only opperates from fri-sun..? Would it possibly be open on other week nights being the festive season?

  3. Craig Flashpackatforty

    After many many months of travel Barcelona still remains one of my favourite cities in the world. The food, the architecture, the culture the… well everything

  4. The article would do all travellers a big favour if it pointed out the negative aspects of a trip to Barcelona, particularly petty crime. After 10 years in Catalunya the first thing i say to anyone new to Barcelona is ‘look after your stuff’. Theft is incredibly common in the central areas (Barrio Gotico, Raval, Born) and the beaches. Be careful!

    1. Yes and no. I think all countries pose some sort of danger, some more than others. I think it is best not to dwell on these and allow them to spoil a destination, but instead to be aware of them and take necessary precautions. I myself traveled to Barcelona and never had a problem. I have been to places taht are considered far more dangerous and have not had a problem either. I am so glad that I went.
      But to help people be aware is a good thing so thank you for reminding future visitors to be careful and in those areas as well.

  5. Wow, great post! Very thorough! Who needs Lonely Planet?!
    One word of caution is Barcelona, like many cities, has a bit of a problem with pick-pocketing and theft. Within 30 minutes of my arrival my bag was stolen right off of me as I walked down the street. A funny side note is that I found some police officers just after it happened but my Spanish was so limited that I couldn’t really explain what had just happened. I managed to get out, “Tango un problema con mi maleta” (I have a problem with my bag). But then they asked what the problem was and all I could think of to answer was “Banditos (bandits)” to which they laughed. I laughed too as I knew how ridiculous this must have sounded. They helped me make a police report.
    I’ll be sure to be more alert the next time I go to Barcelona. 🙂

    1. Thanks for sharing your tips and advice Ligeia. So funny, I had a comment on another Barcelona post just the other week talking about the theft problem. Must be getting bad. It’s important for people to be aware so they can be more alert!

  6. Great post. I love walking around the Eixample area and looking at all the amazing buildings. The fountains are one of my favorite things to see and one of the few attractions in Barcelona that are free.

    For travelers I would recommend visiting the bookstore Altair. It is a bookstore that is devoted to travel books. I have never seen another bookstore like it.

  7. okay….I am single, open minded, friendly and curious afro american woman, traveling alone to Barcelona. After reading your blogs/web site I feel that I can do this and I will use your information as my guide. I plan on going in May 2013. Wish me luck!

  8. Amazing guide – you should get these published one day! Question – have you tried eatwith.com? I read abou them on Fodors but couldn’t find any reviews. looks like a pretty exciting way to travel and eat and thought someone might have some feedback on the experience/food… keep up the great work!

  9. I’m living in Barcelona from 3 months ago, and my fav place is Bimbas, what a cool Trattoria, thefood and service are amazing, I love this kind of places, this is why I love Barcelona!!

  10. Hi, I lived in Barcelona for three years and agree with the majority of what has been written. There is just one thing that I think has to be noted though.. for places to stay, Las Ramblas is the worst place. It is the most expensive area for a hotel and is not somewhere you want to be at night. Areas like El Born, Gracia or Eixample are better to stay. Las Ramblas is a fun place to visit, as is the market which is in the middle of Las Ramblas, but if you want to stay safe, it isn’t somewhere to visit at night. Lots of pickpockets etc looking for tourists.

  11. Great post. I love walking around the fountains ,Last month i visited the Barcelona with my friends and really great fun and this is very beautiful city to see. Before going to Barcelona, i have read your post and noted the main things to do in Barcelona and really its works . Thanks and the pics you have clicked are

    really awesome clicks.

  12. Great article about a amazing city, Barcelona! What I love the best is gastronomy, the tapas is a great invention! And the best tapa you can eat is the Pata negra ham one! The Spanish pata negra is really incredible, its taste is fruity and strong, it has no similar taste, any of the other hams I’ve ever eaten taste as this one… Check here some info about Spanish ham, it very interesting: http://www.jamonarium.com/en/content/27-spanish-ham-pata-negra-bellota-serrano-iberico-iberian

    I love Barcelona because its a city with joy!
    REgards!

  13. Hi, I was in Born Street last weeks and this neighborhood is so cool, in Addition I went to Gran Café restaurant, one of the best ever been in Barcelona! 🙂

  14. Barcelona Getaway

    Nice list, I’d like to add climbing up the magical Montjuïic, one of the best activities to do when in Barcelona.

  15. Wow! What a nice market La Boqueria, it’s amazing, there are many differents kinds of food, frutis, meat, fish… really cool.

    I went to lunch next to La Boqueria 2 days ago, at Gran Café restaurant, and the service and food was so good, I recommend you to go here.

  16. I love Raval neighbourood, Barcelona is so cool, there many differents kinds of cultures.
    One of the best restaurants in the city are in my opinion Bimba’s and Tenorio.

  17. Thank you for posting this! I’m using this for my school project! My project is due tomorrow but I was wondering if you had any last minute information on Barcelona like what is it most famous for and why someone should visit? I’d love to see different views so I can get the most amount of research possible! Thank you to whoever comments and thank you for doing it in time hopefully! Have a great day(:

  18. I am so glad I found this, I just scheduled a family vacation for Easter break. I am so excited to finally get to visit Barcelona. This article has some great advice.

  19. I can’t believe you included the Salterio tea house! It is an extraordinary hidden place that no many people know about.
    Great tips about Barcelona! Although I would include also Calella de Palafrugell for a side trip. Or Cadaqués if you have the time. The Dos cielos restaurant is also a great place to go and enjoy the views of the city.
    I understand you can’t include everything in a post but since these are some of my favorites places I couldn’t help to write about them 🙂

  20. hi,
    Ive been to Barcelona and just love this city. I stayed at this cute quaint hotel named the continental palacete, conveniently located near to the end of the Ramblas and can walk to it from plaza catalunya. – very small rooms but nicely decorated and surprisingly the environs were quiet. (food is non descript)
    While Antonio Gaudi’s fantastic and beautiful architecture especially Casa Battlo, is not to be missed, i would like to point out a few more attractions that are worth seeing.
    1.The cable car ride back from Montjuic castle, torre Colserola with a beautiful view of the Barcelona harbor.
    2. walk down the Ramblas from plaza catalunya all the way to the Columbus monument and the harbor front.
    3. Catalan village- spanish village, a recreation of the catalan part of spain.
    4. Parco Guell- a gaudi wonderland.
    5. Torre agbar
    6. The Barcelona pavilion which is a reproduction of the Mies Van der rohe pavilion built for the world exposition.
    7. soccer fans will like the stadium where FC barcelona plays.
    8. Barcelona cathedral in the Barri gottic.
    Most of these sites can be visited on the Red bus tour a convenient way to tour Barcelona i felt.

  21. Hi,
    I’m going again to Barcelona in June. I can’t get enough of this city. I like your post, it’s really well organized and you posted the Catalan meal : Fideua! Let me add a must must must : The Arroz Negro.
    You might want to have a look to this VLOG : http://youtu.be/uAb4vcPKJYM
    That gives additional tips on Catalan culture/languages and more things to see in Barcelona. 🙂

  22. We just got back from a 2 week trip to Barcelona with our 4 small children. We had so much fun. We were there for Sant Jordi day and it was so much fun to see all of the rose and book sellers in the streets. We stayed in Sant Cugat and we loved it. It is a small city just through the tunnel from Barcelona and they have a charming little monastery in a great downtown area. We were able to rent a 4 bedroom house with a pool for our stay. We enjoyed our day trips to Tarragona and Montserrat as well.

  23. I’m headed to Barcelona soon – my first trip to Spain but will just spend the whole 10 days in Barcelona. Staying in El Born so I can walk to most places. Thanks for the great tips – just added Montjuïc’s Magic Fountain to my list!

  24. I’ve been several times now and there are always things to see. The last time I completely fell for the Montserrat Monastery! I would recommend, if people have the time, they visit Montserrat for the day — a beautiful beautiful mountain monastery that’s easily reached.

  25. We visited barcelona a couple of months ago and stayed in the born area which was great. I’d say avoid the ramblas area which is overpriced and not a very nice area after dark. We went on a scooter tour with a guide which lasted four hours and was the highlight of our trip. We booked prior to arriving via a travel website and I would recommend this way of exploring the city to anyone!

  26. Went to Barcelona last summer and could have stayed longer! A few words of advice though. Lineups during tourist season can be very long around the Sagrada Familia and the other Gaudi sites It’s also know as the pickpocket capital of Europe so just be smart and aware. Food-wise, if you take a walk a few blocks off the beaten path of la rambla the food is much, much cheaper ( I highly recommend a tapas place called bar easo) Happy travels!

  27. To see it the fun way, can we recommend renting an electric bike? It has a GPS (to get lost…and found!) as well as an audioguide for each sight. Do it like the locals. We’d love to hear from you and help you enjoy the city.

  28. I went to Barcelona for the first time in May / June for over a month, and it’s now my all time favourite city in Europe, and also my top 4 fave in the world overall, after all of my travels. I could easily see myself living there (well, for as long as I can ever stay in one place).

    I’ve put together a roundup of all of my recommendations – they’re mainly food, but also a few sites and accommodations that aren’t already on this list! http://victoriasfoodsecrets.com/2014/07/barcelona-spain-travel-map-food-accommodations-sites/

    Hope they come in handy for those who are yet to go. I’m hoping to head back to Spain again this fall!

  29. Barcelona is one of the most beautiful and vibrant cities in the world! It’s unique position in the Mediterranean has allowed it to develop a culture that blends influences from all over Europe (and beyond!). This is especially obvious in it’s food, with typical dishes like canelones and meatballs! Check out our Barcelona food blog for tips about eating in Barcelona!

  30. Great piece – thanks! Barca is one of the most visually stunning and intriguing cities in the world, so we decided to set up a company (just launched) called Foto Ruta http://www.foto-ruta.es to offer tourists and locals a chance to explore it creatively using photography… check us out. Its not just for photographers. Anyone with an interest in seeing the city from a different perspective will enjoy!

  31. One day I’ll visit it again… Been so many times, but Montserrat got away…
    I think it’s not just the city is that’s interesting, but the entire area around it… From Cadaques, Figueres to Girona…

  32. John @ GoodPlanetLiving

    Barcelona is so awesome ! I was a couple weeks ago in RoigRobi cafe I liked this place! it’s awesome, there are many differents types of food, frutis, various meats, fish… really awesome.

  33. This post was so helpful on my trip to Barcelona! I didn’t do nearly as much as I wanted, but definitely as much as I could in the little time I had. I hope to go back one day. Thanks for your guidance!

  34. Planning on taking my daughter on a trip for her college graduation. She is a fashion major with a Spanish minor can you tell me if Barcelona would be a good fit for a fashionista or would another city in Spain have more to offer?

  35. Wow what a well written and well presented guide.
    One extra tip: Use the Metro in Barcelona. It is really cheep and easy to get around. Are you there for a weekend, then buy a 2 or a 3 day ticket.

  36. Thanks for this post! Glad I found it as we are off to Barcelona next month so its great to have some suggestions as to where to go.

    I’m particularly excited about Salterio Tea House! We always like to hunt down a good place for some tea!

  37. I just wanted to drop by and give my thanks to Mariana for putting this post together.

    I’ll be honest that I didn’t really enjoy Barcelona on the first visit there a couple of years ago, but on my recent trip in April I did a couple of the things here and visited places like Gracia and fell in love. It’s full of little indie places and cool cafes – just my kind of thing.

  38. marike hendriksz

    Great help thanks!
    But if we only have 2 days in Barcelona and this is our first time here, and we are a couple age 62 with ours 2 sons 25 and 35……….suggestions? Thought of doing the electric bike drive? Like to relax and eat & drink good local food and wine & beer. Like beautiful views and great architecture, seaside etc. Not mad about city life. Shopping
    is on the list too.
    Would love to hear what you suggest !

  39. What a lovely guide! I’m a big fan of La Bodegueta myself! And my favourite neighbourhoods are definitely Raval and Gracia… I love the Festas de Gracia festival! It’s so much fun, and the decorations of the streets are amazing!

  40. Great post! A tip from budget traveller: consider staying at nearby resorts of Costa Brava (Calella, Tossa de Mar, Lloret de Mar) and commute by train or bus to Barcelona. The resorts are just 1 hour away from Barcelona centre, but hotel prices start as cheap as 10 EUR per person per night in a 2-star hotel.

  41. Camp Nou, Barcelona’s famous football ground where many ‘legends’ have played, is also worth a look in my opinion, regardless to who your favourite team is.
    However, don’t fall into this same trap. If you have the chance to see a live match, get your tickets early online at the official FC Barcelona website.
    Although it may tempting when offered cheap match tickets from a street vendor, especially if he looks trustworthy and his story is believable, but beware, it’s a lot of money to lose if they are counterfeit and of course you won’t be let in the grounds.
    Expect the museum and shop to be a little overpriced and the experience to be a busy one and you’ll be prepared in advance. Plan around 1 – 2 hours out of your day.
    Overall, an excellent trip even for the wife who may not appreciate it as much as you and the photographs from the stands will be a memory you’ll want to boast about.
    If you’re fortunate enough to get tickets for a match, and you want to stay close by, there’s apartments by Placa Espanol just 6 minutes away from the stadium (by bus) and it can be surprisingly nice and quiet yet there is good access to the local metro stop as well as bus stop.

  42. This is a fantastic and thorough list of things to do in Barcelona for sure. We have visited a few times and still haven’t seen it all. So of course we are planning a drive back up from our small Spanish town, in the south, and this will be so helpful. Thanks!

  43. Great tips about Barcelona – Jump the Sightseeing Bus one of the first days its a great way to see the city. If you want city views Montjuic is perfect or Parc Güell even The Bunker on Carmel Hill. A must see is Casa Mila and Casa Battlo and if you want to know about Gaudi’s work The Gaudi Exhibition would be a great place to start. To avoid queuing book you tickets in advance – I can recommend http://visitwithticket.com

  44. We’ve been living and eating our way around in Barcelona for more than 10 years. We felt in love with the deepness and extensiveness of culinary options and profound relationships between local restaurateurs and producers. And this blog is so much about it, and its amazing how, along the years, people keep reading it. Great entry!

    1. Hi Andre. Glad you love the city, food and people of Barcelona. And happy to hear our things to do in Barcelona guide is helpful to others.

  45. Amazing article,
    Super helpful! I am visiting Barcelona in July. Solo traveling for the second time! I still didn’t book my airbnb or hostel. Where should I stay? I love to be in vivid busy streets, close to restaurants and metros or other transportation means. Help please!
    Thank you in advance:)
    Rahma

  46. One more thing that you can do in Barcelona for free it’s a book free city tour. I got one when I was travelling around the Europe last summer. It was amazing experience for me, the coolest things that you could meet new people. You can walk together, laugh and see unforgettable views.Seems it was Generation Tours.

  47. This is a great post, truly explains why visit Spain is a must! Spain has a wonderful culture and gastronomy. If you do go to Barcelona, I highly recommend that you get in touch with Barcelona Private Experiences as they offer to design you a custom-made itinerary and have very luxurious things you could do in Barcelona such as classic motorbike rides, skiing, bodegas tasting and much more.

    All the best

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