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Barcelona, Catalonia's capital is proud of its reputation as one of Europe's most beautiful cities. Many people like the city because of its cosmopolitan international atmosphere, as well as its architecture and art. Gaud's famed Sagrada Famlia cathedral and other modernist structures attract visitors from all over the world. This Barcelona travel guide only touches the surface of the city's many attractions.


Ciutat Vella, often known as the Gothic Quarter or Barcelona's heart, is the city's oldest area and home to the world-famous Las Ramblas area. Because Las Ramblas is the city's major avenue, it is usually bustling with visitors. Walk along the lovely seaside, which has a boardwalk and a beach, and visit the museum, which depicts the early Roman foundations.

L'Eixample: Outside of the city's historic walls, this area of the city is home to some of the best modernist architecture. Many of the top pubs and clubs in the city are also found here.

Gracia: Gracia was previously a Catalan village on the outskirts of Barcelona, but as the city developed, it transformed into a suburb with a big student population and Gaudi's Park Guell's stunning architecture.

Eixample: Home to some of Barcelona's greatest shopping as well as Gaud's Casa Batlló, Casa Mila, and Sagrada Familia. There are several pubs and eateries in this area.

Sants-Montjuic: Sants-Montjuic is a magnificent open space with several nice parks that gives excellent views of the city from the top of the mountain. It also features a high-speed railway station with connections all over the world and is close to various Olympic venues.


Barcelona's Mediterranean climate keeps it pleasant even in the winter, and the bulk of visitors come between May and October to experience the city's weather.

The city's typical low temperatures are around five degrees Celsius from December to February.

June to September is the warm season, with an average of 10 hours of sunlight each day in July.


Barcelona is a great city, but like with any major metropolis, common sense and basic travel safety precautions are required. Pickpocketing and bag snatching are widespread in this area, so keep your belongings safe, blend in, and don't look like a tourist.

Tourists that go the additional mile and learn a few Catalan words will be warmly welcomed in this pleasant city, despite the fact that the majority of the population speaks Spanish.

Spain and seventeen other European nations use the Euro as their official currency.

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