A visit to Barcelona’s myriad of awesome sights can certainly take a toll on one’s wallet, so here are a few ways to get to know the Catalan city without burning all of your spending money.
There are few better ways to dive head-first into the culture of a country than to embrace its national sporting obsession. In a country like Spain, that means going to a soccer game – and in Barcelona, that means heading directly for FC Barcelona’s stadium, no questions asked.
Walking down Barcelona’s famous shopping street Passeig de Gracia, you’ll come across more than just stores, but also one of the city’s most iconic structures: La Pedrera. With an undulating façade decorated with leafy-like wrought-iron balconies, it’s a sight to be seen both inside, outside and from above.
As Spain’s second-largest city, you can bet that shopping options in Barcelona are many. So in between checking out its most famous sights, consider scoping out a few of these spots to do some of your travel spending.
With attractions spread out from the waterside Olympic Port to the hillside Park Güell, Barcelona isn’t always easily conquerable by foot. Here are a few ways to get around Spain’s second-largest city so that you get more out of your visit.
From Guadí, to Picasso, Miró and more, Barcelona has long been an artistic playground. So when visiting Spain’s second-largest city be sure to take a tour of a few of the city’s most creatively inspired spots.