Travel: Barcelona in Three Days
When you’re in a new city for the first time it’s a great idea to get accustomed to the area you’re visiting. Today you should walk around the neighborhoods surrounding your accommodation. Look for any local eateries or bars you might want to check out, or grab some snacks from a local bakery. If you’re tried from walking you can rent a bicycle and tour around the city in style.
The best things to see in Barcelona are the Sagrada Familia, which is the most popular tourist destination, La Rambla, which is a busy pedestrian walkway full of interesting things to see and do, and the beautiful gardens of Montjuic.
Today is a great day to visit some of the lovely museums in Barcelona. The Picassco Museum is one of the most famous in Europe and is not expensive to get in. Alternatively you can spend the day visiting one of the many beautiful parks throughout the city.
Grab some bread, cheese, and sparkling water and spend a few hours wandering around some Spanish parks. There are many cultural and historic highlights throughout the city and it’s hard to get bored when you’re constantly admiring everything around you.
Shopping day! Calle Pelayo, or the triangle shopping block, is the number one shopping destination in Barcelona. With so many options available it doesn’t make sense to visit anywhere else. From high fashion to random accessories, there’s nothing you won’t be able to find here.
Alternative, you could take a day trip to visit the Roman ruins in Girona is stand in awe of the beauty of Montserra.
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