Things to do in Barcelona

The capital of Catalonia, Barcelona is a breathtaking seaside city known for its Gothic architecture, historical and religious landmarks, and world-class Catalan food. Rich in culture, Barcelona is a city that embraces its origins – with many of its popular attractions including La Sagrada Familia, Casa Mila and Casa Botlle, now deemed UNESCO World Heritage Sites – while welcoming modernity and change. Visit a museum or two in the day, and then spend the rest of the night drinking and dining to your heart’s content.

Hola! Welcome to Barcelona. The capital Catalonia is best known for delicious tapas and of course, Antoni Gaudi’s masterpieces. Also home to a number of World Heritage Sites, you can guarantee that this city is quite a sight for sore eyes!

When in Barcelona, you must pay a visit to Gaudi’s stunning architectural masterpieces – Park Guell, Casa Batllo, and of course the unfinished La Sagrada Familia. If you can spare a whole day, take a trip up to the Montserrat – a multi-peacked rock range in BarceIona. And most importantly – eat! You can find paella and tapas in every corner, so go ahead and treat yourself!


When is the best time to visit Barcelona?


The best time to visit Barcelona is from mid-September through October, where the crowds are thin and the lines are short. This way, you will be able to see and do more while enjoying the sights of the city. While the weather in Barcelona is generally good all year round, it’s best to avoid visiting during the summer as BarceIona is typically packed with travellers during the holidays.

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