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  • 26. Olympic Harbor - Village

    Port Olimpic was built for the 1992 Olympics and is a stylish Marina area in between Icaria and Barceloneta Beaches, the team’s accommodation have now been transformed into trendy apartments. The...

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  • 27. Beaches

    Well there is Barceloneta but been there done that, and try a new section of it at Icaria beach by Port Olimpic.Icària beach is generally quieter than Barceloneta during the summer months and is worth...

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  • 28. Zoo

    4 out of 5 stars

    After the interesting history lesson at the huge display we continued our grand tour. We visited the Dragon Land Exhibit where we delved into the adventure and saw the Komodo dragon. After that we saw...

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  • 29. L'Aquàrium

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    It is the first time I visit such a big aquarium. It was a new and beautiful experience. L’Aquarium is a new world to explore: all kinds of fish and sea creatures - all sizes and colors. Can’t tell...

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  • 30. Passeig De Gracia

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    It is is said that Passeig de Gracia is the most expensive street in Spain - but is also one of the most interesting. This avenue contains high-end shops and businesses, lavishly decorated iron...

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  • 31. Torre Agbar

    4 out of 5 stars

    The Torre Agbar is one of Barcelona's most famous buildings. It is located in the Poblenou neighbourhood, but reaches 38 storeys (144 meters), and is visible from many parts of the city. The tower was...

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  • 32. Palau Guell

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    A luxury Palace of 7 levels including the basement. It would appear that the industrialist Eusebi Guell gave Antonio Gaudi an unlimited budget to design and build his Palace. A most interesting...

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  • 33. Olympic Ring - Anella Olímpica

    Anella Olímpica is located at the Montjuïc Hill, and it is here you'll find some of the facilities, which was built for the 1992 Olympics... Estadi Olímpic Lluís Companys (or Barcelona Olympic...

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  • 34. Basilica De Santa Maria Del Mar

    I would probably have overlooked the Basilica Santa Maria del Mar if not for reading the novel "La catedral del mar" by Ildefonso Falcones (2006), which deals with Catalan history during the...

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  • 35. Museu Nacional d'Art de Catalunya - National Art Museum

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    The Museu Nacional d’Art de Catalunya or National Museum of Catalan Arts is situated in the Palau Nacional of Montjuic (national Palace of Monjuic). Palace was constructed for the International...

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  • 36. Walking

    This was written as answer to someone who had only one day in Barcelona and who was willing to walk around. Barcelona is very walkable city, and very compact. So if you like walking, you can see quite...

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  • 37. Museu D'Historia De La Ciutat - City History Museum

    MUHBA or Museum of the History of the City of Barcelona has several premises with their particular exhibitions. Royal Palace belonged firstly to the Counts of Barcelona and later to the Kings of...

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  • 38. Bus Turistic - Hop On Bus

    4 out of 5 stars

    I was in Barcelona with my family last October, we really enjoyed! The weather was fantastic, no rain and 20º, but not much people on the beach at that time! I recommend you a centric hotel, near las...

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  • 39. Fundació Joan Miro

    I thoroughly enjoyed my visit to the Fundacio Joan Miro and left really felling that I had gained a greater understanding of the man as an artist. I am not a fan of surrealism but came away having...

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  • 40. Montjuic- Montjuic Castle

    4 out of 5 stars

    Fortress of Montjuic was built in XVIIth century and rebuilt in XVIII on the flat top of the hill with the same name. The fortress and 184 meters high hill are overlooking the city and harbor of...

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  • 41. Barceloneta

    We walked past this church twice during our visit to Barceloneta. Both times closed, however it took my eye both times and I took my photo around 9pm on our way back to the metro train station. I...

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  • 42. Daytrip - Figueres

    I've got (or will have shortly) most of the information and pictures of this fabulous museum of art in my Figueres pages. I usually hate art museums, but this one was special. Dali had a unique style...

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  • 43. Gaudi Architecture

    In order to get a perspective of locations of the Gaudi sites, it is helpful to have maps to plan a route. These may help some in your venture. Local maps show the general direction, but not the...

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  • 44. Roman Barcelona

    After viewing the inside of the Cathedral of Barcelona we walked less than 100 metres and came to a section of the Old Roman Wall with entry gate. This section has been restored in part but not...

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  • 45. Museu Maritim - Maritime Museum

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    This is a very historical building in Barcelona, close to the port, in front of the monument dedicated to Columbus. As from the XIII century in the walled barracks of the Atarazanas Reales de...

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  • 46. Gran Teatre Del Liceu

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    GRan theater de Liceu was constructed in 1847, and competed with Theater Principal just one block away. It serves for the opera and other musical events. It is now a mundane facade with no street...

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  • 47. L’Eixample District

    If you enjoy beautiful architecture or just a stroll with some window shopping, then take yourself off to Gracia Street where you will find all the buildings I photographed below. They also have many...

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  • 48. Daytrip - Marbella

    There are many beaches to choose from in Barcelona but certainly one of the best and the most entertaining, non touristic beach is playa de la Marbella (L4 metro Poble nou). Here you can skip the...

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  • 49. Street Performers

    I am used to seeing a number of musicians in the subways of Chicago. Some are good, some are bad. When we took our first trip to Europe back in 2008 we saw a number of musicians in the London Tube and...

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  • 50. Monestir De Pedralbes

    In front of the Royal Monastery of Saint Mary of Pedralbes founded in 1327 you shall be ably to observe some architectural elements of much earlier monastery of Santa Maria de Besalu brought here from...

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  • May 24, 2013 at 7:38 AM

    I was 2 weeks ago in Barcelona and was amazing, If you stay 3 days in the city you may see:

    1. Light show of water in Montjuic
    2. Divinus or La Tramoia restaurant
    3. Go party!

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