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  • 76. Esglesia 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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  • 77. El Raval

    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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  • 78. Casa Vicens

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    We took the metro to Garcia district to visit Casa Vicens, the first important work of Antoni Gaudi. It was built between 1883-1889 for Manuel Vicens, a wealthy man of the era (owner of a brick...

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  • 79. Plaça del Rei

    Lloctinent Palace is situated between the Barcelona Cathedral and Royal Palace. The Archive of the Aragon Crown is situated now in this building. There are many medieval manuscripts, letters, books...

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  • 80. Flamenco

    4 out of 5 stars

    During your stay in Barcelona, it would be great to enjoy a night of flamenco. There are several places where you can watch a performance. The one that we tried was Palacio del Flamenco. The show was...

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  • 81. Nova Icaria Beach

    Maybe not the most picturesque beach in the world, but how lovely to be able to take a swim, a slow and lazy picnic, or just a nap in the sea-breeze after seightseeing and shopping. For lunch you can...

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  • 82. 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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  • 83. 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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  • 84. Caixa Forum

    4 out of 5 stars

    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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  • 85. CosmoCaixa

    I did not discover Cosmocaixa until my fifth month in Barcelona and I have yet to read about it in a guidebook, probably due to its location outside the very center of the city. It is a science...

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  • 86. Gracia

    Gracia is a peaceful residential district. We went there one morning to see Casa Vicens but after that we decided to walk through the numerous squares of this bohemian district which is full of small...

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  • 87. San Sebastiá Beach

    If you want to find the gay part of the beach head to the Platja de Sant Sebastia, which is on the right side of the beach far right of the beach (near the end). You will know when you hit the gay...

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  • 88. Pyrenees

    Take a 2-day trip to Andorra, a very small country that lies on the border between France in Spain. It takes 2 hr 45 min to get there. It is amazing because it has so many things to do. You can...

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  • 89. Casa Comalat

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Built by Salvador Valeri in 1911 this is a fine example of Modernist architecture in L'Eixample. It is used now as office space for lawyers and I am unaware of any interior tours. The exterior appears...

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  • 90. El Born

    Hola, First advice: Barcelona in August is very hot, 30 or 35 Cº (as minimum), so do not forget a good hat, sun lotion and bring water always with you. Apart of this, you can find also some summer...

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  • 91. Mercat de Santa Caterina

    In Bari Gotic neat the Santa Caterina church is the food market Mercat de Santa Caterina. Much smaller the Boqueria, it still has those wonderful smells and lots of vendors selling all sorts of...

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  • 92. Museu de la Xocolata - Chocolate Museum

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    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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  • 93. Moll de la Fusta

    There's not much to mention about this statue. It is just a very short walk from the Aquarium and is as modern as Barcelona is to say the least. It is called the Barcelona Head as is obvious from the...

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  • 94. Bicycle - Cycling

    my wife and I just spent a three night break in Barcelona. I have to say it is a brilliant city, with such a huge choice of things to see and do. The nicest surprise was the clean sandy stretch of...

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  • 95. Tossa De Mar

    I will try to contribute with less known tips. COSTA BRAVA....a must day trip if visiting bcn in summer. Beautiful beaches on beautiful towns try Dali's Cadaques for example or my personal favorite:...

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  • 96. Carrer Montcada

    There are some beautiful charming corners in Barrio Gotico. Montcada is one of the them, a long narrow street with best preserved buildings and a view of a palm tree at its end. This is also where...

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  • 97. Egyptian Museum

    Egyptian Museum of Barcelona - The Clos Archaeological Foundation The Egyptian Museum is a private collection with almost 1000 items on display. The artefacts are related to daily life in ancient...

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  • 98. Carrer del Bisbe

    Right in the city centre is a beautiful street called Carrer del Bisbe. You can find it by passing the Palau de la Generalitat on the right side from the Plaça de Sant Jaume. The on both sides of the...

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  • 99. Cadaques

    You can reach easily by train the towns of the Costa del Maresme/Costa Brava closer to Barcelona (Blanes, Lloret de Mar, Santa Susanna...) but these are the most overdeveloped areas. To find more...

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  • 100. Lloret de Mar Beach

    Lloret de mar is filled with young tourists. The beach is awesome, with a castle at one end. However, it's filled with tourists so there's not too much Spanish culture here. On the bright side,...

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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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