Barcelona with its explosive temperament, football, rich history, and unique flavor is one of the favorite excursion routes of millions of tourists all over the world. Gaudí's unique architectural creations, majestic Gothic temples, never-ending sounds of streets shaken by colorful festivals, sangria, and excellent Catalan cuisine - all this is colorful Barcelona. The density of sights per square meter exceeds all conceivable limits here, so it is better to plan an excursion route in advance, especially if you do not plan to use the services of a guide.
Most sightseeing excursions in Barcelona begin with a visit to the Old Town and the Gothic quarter. In addition to unique medieval buildings, there are many cozy cafes and chic boutiques with prices that are far from the lowest. Must-see places in Barcelona include:
- Basilica of La Sagrada Família - a magnificent creation of Gaudí;
- Barcelona Cathedral;
- Casa Mila, Casa Batlló and Gaudí House Museum;
- Plaça de Catalunya;
- Tibidabo observation deck;
- Agbar tower;
- Old port and aquarium.
Barcelona is also a center for the arts. You can make sure of this during an excursion in English to the Pablo Picasso Museum or the National Art Museum of Catalonia with a private guide. 1001guide recommends that football fans visit the museum of the famous football club containing not only all Barça awards but also shirts and boots, many photographs and statues of famous football players.