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  • 101. Centre de Cultura Contemporani

    The MACBA is an ultra-modern modern art museum. Actually, I think it just feels ultra modern because it is like a garish blotch of novelty in the middle of what would otherwise be a beautiful old...

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  • 102. Parc Del Laberint

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    This is a depressing little park if ever there was one. Sited on the slopes of Collserola, the Baroque folly-cum-garden has fallen into a sorry state of disrepair. Much of it has been overrun by local...

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  • 103. Museu de Ciències Naturals

    Museum of Natural Science In 2000, the Geology Museum and the Zoology Museum merged, forming the current Museum of Natural Science. Located in the Cuidadela Park, and occupying the attractive Castell...

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  • 104. Olympic Park

    Located on a slightly rolling hill above Barcelona, the Olympic Park provided us with a long relaxing walk. Some of the main buildings of the park can be easily viewed from the sidewalk but others...

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  • 105. Tarragona

    I just moved to Barcelona and I recently visited Tarragona for the weekend! It´s really beautiful and it has quite a few historical things to do. The beaches are relatively quiet this time of year...

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  • 106. Barcelona Cathedral

    Barcelona's impressive Cathedral is located in the Barri Gothic. The cathedral was started in the 13th century but was not completed until the 20th century. The cathedral boasts an impressive facade,...

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  • 107. Girona

    Girona is easily accessible from Barcelona by train. It is an old Roman city, located at a strategic point on the route between the Pyrenees and Barcelona. It boasts a medieval ensemble of great...

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  • 108. Festes de la Mercè

    Here you are some places and activities you should visit: - Sagrada Família (Metro, Line 5 (blue), Sagrada Família). The masterpiece of Gaudí. - Parc Güell (near Metro, Line 3 (green), Vallcarca)....

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  • 109. Palau Nacional de Montjuic

    The Palau Nacional, the emblematic building of the 1929 International Exhibition, is the home of the Museu Nacional d'Art de Catalunya. It is situated on the mountain of Montjuïc, a privileged site...

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  • 110. Puppetry

    Puppetry of the ***: Says it all really! Unfortunately I missed the show. :-( And so have you now (so this is a really accurate tip). I only included this because who else has a tip that includes...

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  • 111. Avinguda de Gaudi

    The Gaudi Avenue is a small avenue between La Sagrada de Familia and Hospital de la Santa Creu i de Sant Pau. It is full of interesting details, sculptures and a lot of out-doors restaurants. Nice...

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  • 112. Golondrinas

    The golondrinas are boats which take you on a sighseeing trip around Barcelona's port and harbour. A half hour boat trip takes you around the port while the hour and a half trip takes you to the port...

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  • 113. JARDINS DE LEPANT

    some years ago this garden was a military barracks. from 1975 Catalonia is in democracy and city of Barcelona has recovered this equipment for people. Is located between Park Güell and Sagrada...

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  • 114. Parcs i Jardins

    Parcs i Jardins (Parks and Gardens) LABYRINTH OF HORTA Have you ever seen Barcelona as a big GArden? I do reccommend you to! There are lots of gardens and parks to enjoy! One of them is the Laberint...

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  • 115. Port de Barcelona

    The Port area of Barceloneta is an enjoyable portion of Barcelona to walk around. From the metro stop Barceloneta, head down towards the water where there are many restaurants, cafes, gelato places....

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  • 116. Passeig de la fama

    Between the Olympic Stadium and the Olympic Museum, on the pavement, you can find the Passeig de la Fama. Here different sports celebrities has put down a foot and their name under it. Sometimes it...

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  • 117. El Poble Espanyol

    The Poble Espanyol (Spanish Village) was built for the 1929 International Exhibition in Barcelona on the Montjuïc hill. Its aim was to show visitors a representative sample of Spanish...

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  • 118. SARRIA

    The next stop on the Blue Route is Sarria, originally a cluster of farms and country houses overlooking Barcelona from the hills. We weren't going to get off here, but when I saw a very old,...

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  • 119. Calatrava Tower

    The telecommunications tower called Calatrava Tower was one of the symbols of the Olympic Barcelona in 1992. Situated on Montjuich mountain, next to the Olympic Pavilion, it was designed by the...

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  • 120. Church of the Conception

    The Church of the Conception was constructed between 1293 and 1448. Building presents Catalan Gothic style. It is interesting enough, that in the 19th century it was plan to demolish church, as it...

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  • 121. Marina of Port Vell

    OMG! this city is beautiful but at night is astonishing! This city never sleeps so, grab your camera, put on confortable shoes and explore it! Don't forget to visit Las Ramblas, Barrio Gotico,...

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  • 122. PARK DE CERVANTES

    As I like looking at gardens, I was interested to see what would be in a Spanish Garden. The entrance was impressive to this garden, so I expected that it would be good. My expectation's were not...

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  • 123. Roman Walls, Towers & Tombs

    Dotted around the Barri Gotic, mainly within the vicinity of the Cathedral area, you will see several different remains of Roman Walls and Towers. The Romans built the walls and towers in ancient...

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  • 124. Esglesia de Betlem

    Located right on La Rambla is the Esglesia de Betlem. The church was constructed in the late 17th & early 18th centuries, and was formerly part of a larger religious compound in the area. It replaced...

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  • 125. Porxos d'en Xifré

    Located opposite la Llotja, Porxos d'en Xifré is another noteworthy Neo-Classical edifice. It is made up of a group of five adjacent buildings, completed in 1837 as a trading house palace for Josep...

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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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