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  • 76. Maremàgnum

    I probably have the same relationship to shopping and shopping centres as Superman has to Kryptonite so when I was dragged into the Maremagnum (Big Sea?) by the person I was with it was with a degree...

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  • 77. Plaça Nova

    This is a remarkable square in the Gothic district where the cathedral is located. Besides the cathedral, you can see the scribblings of Pablo Picasso on the building in the corner. Picasso created...

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  • 78. Peix Fish - Frank Gehry Sculpture

    When Barcelona presented itself to the world for the Summer Olympic Games in 1992, new buildings and structures appeared, but of course also a lot of art. Among the most obvious sculptures is the Peix...

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  • 79. Casa Lleó Morera

    After enjoying Casa Battlo, I walked a litle to the left and found this beautiful building near Casa Amatlier [previous tip] What caught my eye 1st, was the beautiful window dressing in the "Loewe"...

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  • 80. Architecture

    Barcelona is full of gorgeous buildings with ornate designs....especially with the wrought iron trimmings! This is something we don't see in Australia. Hubby and I just loved this! and we saw it for...

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  • 81. Santa Maria del Pi

    Being inside makes you very humble. At first I had no idea where to start. Its structure is very easy to view, because it comprises three naves of the same height, underpinned by very tall columns....

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  • 82. Walking Tours

    I'm not big on booking tours when we go on our various trips, but every once in a while I will run across a tour that does sound interesting. Besides the strange name of Runner Bean Tours (still don't...

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  • 83. Casa De Les Puntxes

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    Casa de les Punxes (House of Spikes) or Casa Terrades is a building located on Avinguda Diagonal. It was constructed in 1905, commissioned by the Terrades sisters. The house includes different ceramic...

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  • 84. Basílica De Santa Maria Del Pi

    Basilica de Santa Maria del Pi is one of the most important Gothic Churches of Barcelona and Former Kingdom of Aragon and Sicily. Together with the Cathedral, Basilica of Santa Maria del Mar and...

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  • 85. 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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  • 86. Casa De La Cuitat - City Hall

    City Hall, also known as the Casa de la Ciutat, stands on one side of the Plaça Sant Jaume, right in the middle of Barcelona’s Gothic Quarter and in front of the Palau de la Generalitat de Catalunya....

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  • 87. Festivals

    April 23th is St. George's Day and is celebrated very fiercely in Barcelona. In both England and the Catalonia area of Spain this day is a major festive holiday. Everyone it seems descends on to the...

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  • 88. La Rambla De Mar

    Modern swing bridge is constructed near the end of La Rambla street, the territory of Port Vell. Bridge connects the moll of Spain with mainland. Most walkers of bridge try to reach Mare Magnum...

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  • 89. Casa Comalat

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    One of the most interesting Modernista buildings in Barcelona, Casa Comalat has two entirely different façades. The main side, located on Avinguda Diagonal (seen in the attached photos), is topped by...

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  • 90. Bike Tours

    Before our first trip to Europe back in 2008, I had researched a number of activities and tried to immerse myself before the visit with local customs, foods, etc. One of the local customs that I found...

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  • 91. Caixa Forum

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    CaixaForum is an art exhibition centre, belonging to the one of most powerful Catalan saving banks, La Caixa. It's located in a beautiful old factory building, amazing example of Modernist...

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  • 92. Daytrip - Sitges

    Barcelona has loads to see and do its self, but a trip out is easy and cheap, so i went to Sitges. Well worth a visit. The local train from Barcelona Sants is every 20 minutes, and the journey time...

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  • 93. Font de Canaletes - Canaletes Fountain

    This fountain is named after the northern wall of the city (dating from the 14th century), called Canaletes because of the water pipes that went through it supplying Barcelona's old city. According to...

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  • 94. Lichtenstein's 'Head' - El Cap De Barcelona

    American Pop artist Roy Lichtenstein created this piece of abstract art for the city of Barcelona to be on display when they hosted the Olympics in 1992. Sadly it is one of his last completed pieces...

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  • 95. Esglèsia dels Sants Just i Pastor

    This church dedicated to Saints Justus and Pastor, (died c. 304) they both are venerated as Christian martyrs. They were two schoolboys (Justus was thirteen years old and Pastor less than nine) who...

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  • 96. Local Life

    On the square, just outside the Cathedral, you can find a small flea market. You can buy lot of small things like small statues, drinking glasses, mirrors, all those things you didn't know that you...

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  • 97. Itinerary Ideas.

    Here we go...... - La Rambla - a tree lined street with street performers, cafes, restaurants, bars. Here is home to loads of hostels and hotels and the main tourist area of the city. At one end of...

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  • 98. Museu de la Xocolata - Chocolate Museum

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    This is a museum about chocolate. I love chocolate and found the visit interesting. The exhibition starts with cacao and how it was used in America. And then how it came to Europe and later with the...

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  • 99. El Fossar de les Moreres

    Located on the East side (back) of the Church of Santa Maria del mar, is a brick covered depression with a curved sculpture with an enternal flame. The memorial is for the Catalans buried in a mass...

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  • 100. El Raval District

    This is an area just off the Las RAmblas boulevard. It used to be said that it was rampart with drugs and prostitution. Today, after a clean up in 1990's, it is a bit safer. However, the tourism web...

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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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