Updated: Oct 5
✨ BARCELONA 5-DAY ITINERARY ✨
Monday (Gaudí day!)
1️⃣ Palau Güell
2️⃣ Casa Battló
3️⃣ Casa Mila
4️⃣ La Sagrada Familia
5️⃣ Parc Güell
Visit Montjüic - walk around the Parc de Montjüic and take a look inside the Museu Nacional d'Art de Catalunya. It only costs 2 euros to go to the rooftop terrace of the art museum with 360° views of Barcelona 😍
Also, another fun activity to do is the Montjüic cable car. From the cable car you can see panoramic views of Barcelona! The cost is 13.50 euros for adults and 9.70 euros for children.
Montjüic is so big that I'd recommend spending the whole day there!
1️⃣ Plaça de Catalunya - Barcelona's most popular square and meeting point amongst tourists.
2️⃣ Las Ramblas - this is the main tourist street in Barcelona. Despite the many tourist traps, there is a lot to offer - from stalls, to ice cream, to street performances.
3️⃣ Mercado de la Boquería (food market) - located just off Las Ramblas, la Boquería is Barcelona's most famous market. You can buy anything from fruit, fish, sweets, chocolate, macarons - and you can also sit down for a meal in one of their many restaurants 😋
4️⃣ Plaça de Sant Jaume - this is a square at the centre of the Old City of Barcelona and the administrative heart of both the city and surrounding Catalonia.
Thursday (beach day!)
❌ Avoid La Barceloneta - there are many tourist traps, it’s super busy and the restaurants are very expensive.
✅ Instead, head for San Sebastiá, Bogatell, Nova Icária, Sant Miquel or Mar Bella!
Barcelona's Gothic Quarter
1️⃣ Plaça Real
2️⃣ Jewish Quarter
3️⃣ Barcelona Cathedral
4️⃣ Plaça Sant Felip Neri
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