Walking around Barcelona

Day 1 Barrio Gotico | Ramblas | El Raval
Day 2 Eixample > Casa Batlò | Casa Milà
Day 3 Porto Olimpico | Barceloneta
Day 4 Montjuic

back to top Barrio Gotico

  • The historic center of Barcelona located around the beautiful Santa Eulalia Cathedral

  • The elegant Placa Reial is the true city living room where Antonio Gaudi personally realized the streetlights

  • Placa de Sant Jaume, political center of the city where there is the Town Hall and the Palace of the Generalitat of Catalonia (Palau de la Generalitat de Catalunya)

back to top Ramblas El Raval

  • Boqueria Market is a sea of colors where you can enjoy fresh smoothies based on fruits and vegetables and enjoy grilled fish and all kinds of cheeses.

back to top Eixample

  • Along Passeig de Gracia Antonio Gaudì realized modernist masterpieces as the extravagant Batlò House with shaped aquatic creatures and flowing contours and Casa Milà known too as la Pedrera.

back to top Montjuic

  • Montjuic area is characterized by the impressive Placa de Espana, Olimpyc Stadium, Poble Espanyol, National Palace containing National Art Museum of Catalonia and the spectacular Font Magica.

back to top Porto Olimpico | Barceloneta

  • Area famous for fresh seafood restaurants close to the beach and where there are many famous beach clubs. Port Olympic area has been fully restored and modernized after 1992 Olympics.

The city's civilian airport El Prat is only 15 km from the center and is easily reached by subway by new L9 line, open from 5 in the morning to midnight from Sunday to Thursday, Friday from 5 am to 2 am, Saturdays all night and that in about 40 minutes leads to the terminal T1, T2 (surcharge airport 4.5 euro ticket cost, normal racing euro 2.15) and allows to reach the main points of the city. (Barcelona Underground Metro Map)

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