All Barcelona Hightlights
ALL BARCELONA HIGHLIGHTS
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Would you love to have a guide of the best sights you can visit in the city of Barcelona? The ones that make Barcelona such a unique and quaint city.
Here’s the best part: it can be in a single-day tour, where you can skip every line to make every second count and make the best of the trip.
Why Should You Book This Tour?
- You will get a fast track entrance to the Sagrada Família and Poble Espanyol, meaning no waiting in line.
- The tour guide speaks only in English, making it easier for you to follow the whole story.
- It is the best way to get a full panoramic overview of the city. You will see Montjuïc Hill and Poble Espanyol as well.
What Will You See On Our Tour?
Passeig de Gracia
This is one of the most known boulevards in Barcelona—perhaps even all of Europe. It connects old Barcelona with the new; with beautiful sights, wonderful scents, and sounds every step of the way. This is our first stop in our Barcelona tour.
We begin admiring the architecture – where you will get your first view of Gaudí at Casa Batlló. Also known as the “House of Bones,” you can’t miss its jeweled, dragon-back facade. A bit further down the road, we will find Casa Milà (the locals call it la Pedrera, or the quarry), another Gaudí landmark.
The Barcelona Watefront
Barcelona has the busiest leisure port in the Mediterranean, and it’s got an exciting waterfront to match it. There are miles of sandy urban beaches, endless esplanades, boardwalks, and – of course- the gorgeous expanse of the Mediterranean sea.
It’s the perfect combination of ancient and new—La Barceloneta, a charming 18th-century fishing village (with the very best seafood restaurants) side by side with ultra-modern Port Vell and the Olympic Port with Frank Gehry’s famous fish sculpture.
Montjuïc, or “Jew’s Hill,” rises 600 feet above sea level and originally served as Barcelona’s first line of defense against foreign invasion. Today? Well it is one of Barcelona’s most fascinating art destinations, home of the Fundació Joan Miró, the Museo Nacional d’Art de Catalunya, and the CaixaForum.
If that’s not enough, there’s also the 17th-century Montjuïc Castle, the dancing Magic Fountain, and the Olympic Stadium to see at this stop.
And it goes without saying that the views from the top of the hill are breathtaking. It’s the best spot to take pictures of views over the city—tried and tested.
El Poble Espanyol
Although it’s technically part of Montjuïc, Poble Espanyol is an attraction in its own right. The Spanish Village is an open area museum that was built in 1929 for the Barcelona International Exhibition.
It’s a representation of all that makes Spain so unique and amazing—there are replicas of buildings and streets from the 15 different autonomous regions of Spain such as Andalusia, Aragon, Basque Country, and Cantabria, complete with craftsmen and artisans selling traditional wares.
And as you might guess, there are also some incredible bars and restaurants so you can sample local cuisines. It’s a great place to grab a bite, and take in the sights and sounds of Spain.
Spending time with Gaudi is a essencial piece of your visit to Barcelona.
Sagrada Familia + Montserrat & Condorniu
Two visits in one day: Montserrat and cellars Codorniu + Sagrada Familia Tour
Adult: 138 €
Fast track entrance and a friendly guide reveals Gaudí’s world of fantasy and geometry.