What to see in Barcelona in three days

    What to see in Barcelona in three days
    Barcelona is one of the cities in Spain most loved by tourists for entertainment, beaches and art.

    One of the most loved and chosen destinations by Italian tourists, especially in the summer period, is Barcelona. The city, located in the northeast of Spain, offers its visitors many leisure and entertainment opportunities. If you choose to spend a weekend in the Catalan city, here is a list of places to visit.



    Barcelona is most famous for the sagrada familia: the imposing church designed and never completed by the architect Gaudí It represents the symbol of the city with its needles pointing to the sky. The work is expected to be completed in these years. In the meantime, however, many tourists decide to visit it inside: although the exterior seems very simple, the interior is a true work of art, but to visit you have to be patient because a long line awaits you.


    If you liked the Sagrada, then be sure to visit the other works of the Catalan master: visit the wonderful Pedrera and Casa Batllò. These are two somewhat curious houses designed by the architect and located on La Rambla, the main street of the city where you can also spend an afternoon shopping and buy a small gift for your friends.

    Another place of Barcelona It is definitely worth a half-day visit. Parc Güell: initially it was always designed by the same man Gaudí Like a garden city, today it is a wonderful public park very popular both among tourists and among the citizens themselves: here you can walk immersed in nature among strange architecture, colorful benches, houses that look like something out of fairy tales. Furthermore, in this place quite far from the city center you will find many musicians and other artists who will keep you company throughout your walk. Once you reach the terrace, admire the beautiful panorama that lies before your eyes.




    Another day of your trip can be dedicated to visiting other attractions in the city: start from La Rambla and reach the beach. Here you will find many nightclubs and entertainment for children, as well as many places where you can taste the city's seafood cuisine. Then head towards the Gothic Quarter, the oldest part of the city, and visit the beautiful Cathedral. Finally go up the hill Montjuic and enjoy the view of the entire city of Barcelona, ​​illuminated by a thousand lights.




     

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