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Sightseeing in Barcelona

Plaza
“About the most mystic little spot in El Gotico - think Evenescence video for My Immortal, yep that's the one.”
15 locals recommend
Historic Site
“The Poble Espanyol is an open-air architectural museum in Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain, approximately 400 metres away from the Fountains of Montjuïc.”
4 locals recommend
Church
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“They have an excelent daily menu for 10,5 euros. Homemade food. Very professionals. They work many hours. Respect and regards :D”
5 locals recommend
Museum
“This beautiful former cloister is now home to the sweet Museu de la Xocolata and the family friendly Bar del Convent, holding exhibitions, activities and cultural events during festivals. ”
16 locals recommend
Monument / Landmark
“Elaborate family home built by Domènech i Montaner in the early 1900s in the Modernisme style.”
19 locals recommend
Park
“Famous parque Guell, nice just to have a walk on the green part 5 min from our door, and of course you have access to the monumental part A real must for Barcelona visitors!”
10 locals recommend
General Travel
2 locals recommend
Historic Site
“There is a Patio with ruins of a roman temple 2000 years old, free entrance and no everybody knows about it. I recommend you to have a look”
7 locals recommend
College Academic Building
“Historical building of the University of Barcelona, architect Elías Rogent y Amat”
2 locals recommend
Church
“This "churrería" was there probably before they began the Sagrada Familia. Family owned, three generations, ¿you need more reasons? They invented the "frank-churro", yes, a frankurt inside a churro!!”
8 locals recommend
Museum
“Abierto en el 2007, el Museu Olímpic i de l’Esport ofrece una visión general de los Juegos Olímpicos, desde la Antigua Grecia hasta la actualidad. Además de fotos y películas de todos los momentos.”
6 locals recommend
Concert Hall
“Art nouveau concert hall known for its ornate facade & opulent auditorium with stained-glass dome.”
5 locals recommend
Plaza
“es una plaza pública de forma trapezoidal que colinda con La Rambla y está situada en el Barrio Gótico de la Ciudad. Fue obra del arquitecto Daniel Molina.Concebida como neoclasicista a mediados del siglo XIX sobre un tejido destruido de la ciudad, cuenta con la particularidad de que su ritmo clásico se subvierte, cambiando mínimamente los espacios entre pilastras, para dar la impresión de que la plaza es cuadrangular. Antoni Gaudí diseñó unas farolas para colocarlas en la plaza, donde destaca igualmente la Fuente de las Tres Gracias (1876), obra de Antoine Durenne.”
4 locals recommend
Monument / Landmark
“There are lots of these Triumphal arches dotted in cities across Europe and Barcelona’s version is most definitely worth a visit.”
62 locals recommend
Stadium
“A former bullring, remodeled into a large shopping center with restaurants, bars and a lookout tiendasy”
4 locals recommend
Bike Rental / Bike Share
“The best pure flamenco and classical dance fusion show in Spain and biggest flamenco theatre. You can also eat here. Open daily”
2 locals recommend