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The Modern European City Barcelona

Up to now, I already visited the town of Barcelona on 2 occasion (both were 7 days stays), and that i still think that you will find many points of interest that are not yet been investigated. I’ll certainly revisit soon, since i have simply fell deeply in love with the area.  If you’re planning to go to Barcelona (or considering it) here are a few awesome tips from the travel junkie.

Going to that old part (Barri Medieval Area) from the city is essential-see, yet for me, the very best areas of Barcelona are its contributions to twentieth century architecture.

The Modern European City BarcelonaYou have to certainly visit all monuments left by famous 20th-century architect Antonio Gaudi Parc Guell, Casa Miro, Casa Batlo, and first and foremost, the famous, incomplete Sagrada Famiglia Cathedral.

Other definite monuments to appear would be the Palau p la Musica, The Maritime Museum, Picasso Museum, The Olympic Complex, but for the best night life of, the Olympic Village.

Excursion Suggestions:

I’d typically suggest a vacation to Salou, where you find the magical amusement park of Port Aventura. We spent 2 nights within the resort which adjoins the park, and reserved this directly online . After I attempted booking via my agent it would require me to pay 15% more. Hence, simply book this yourself since its super easy to do this.

Coming towards the destination, is extremely easy because the resort and also the amusement park includes a station situated only 100m from it. Although, Port Aventura might not be as huge as DisneyLand Paris in dimensions, Personally, i believe that it features a certain atmosphere of chance that the Parisian park lacks.

Other excursions worth thinking about are a vacation to the wonderful Montserrat Mountain tops, in addition to a trip to beautiful seaside resort of Stiges. You might acquire very beneficial excursion packages including transportation, museum entrances, and lunch in the Tourist Information Office.

Besides purchasing a great manual (DK includes a very colorful and informative guide), I recommend that you’d visit the Barcelona Tourist Information office website, and phone them requesting some literature. For any really small charge (most likely under 3 Pounds), they’ll give back very helpful maps and guides that will certainly assist you in planning your vacation.

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