Barcelona, Spain

Actualizado: 9 de nov de 2018


  • The Euro is used in Spain and in other Union European countries.


  • People speak Spanish and Catalan.


  • Cold season: December to February, the average lows are around 5 degrees Celsius

  • Warm season: June to September, In July it can be really hot!

Getting Around The City

  • Metro: Barcelona metro lines is a good way to move yourself, Barcelona has eight metro lines that can get you almost everywhere in the city.

  • Taxi: You will find lots of taxis in barcelona and they will charge you whatever the taximeter says, i would recommend to use uber or some taxi to see the fee before getting in!

  • Walking: Barcelona is a very walkable place, and by walking the city is a good way to get to know it better.

Things To Do in Barcelona

Parc Güell (Güell Park) – Carrer Olot, Barcelona

Park covers 42 acres of space and features everyday park props with a twist that is quintessentially Gaudí.

Barri Gòtic (Gothic Quarter)

The Barri Gòtic, or Gothic Quarter, is the oldest part of Barcelona, and considering its location next to the city center, also its most liveliest.

La Ramblas

Las Ramblas is a pedestrian-friendly pathway situated right smack dab in the middle of the city. Be alert when you visit Las Ramblas, don't leave any valuables on sight and always keep your bag in view.

La Sagrada Família (Church of the Sacred Family) – C/ Mallorca, 401, Barcelona

La Sagrada Família is not only considered to be Gaudí most recognized work, but also his best.

Casa Batlló

Casa Batlló show famous Catalan architect Antoni Gaudí at his best. Of all the Gaudí apartments in Barcelona, this is probably the most recognized (it's also a UNESCO World Heritage site).

Camp Nou Stadium

Camp Nou is the largest stadium in Europe. The on-site museum showcases trophies and awards the team has garnered through the years.

Museu Picasso (Picasso Museum)

This museum displays his work on a timeline of sorts, allowing you to follow his progression from the more controlled works of his early years to the very whimsical paintings and sculptures from the end of his career.

Casa Mila

The nickname, La Pedrera is appropriate for Antoni Gaudí's stately, fortress-like Casa Milà. Bobbing around the corner of Passeig de Gràcia and Carrer de Provença.

La Barceloneta beach – Moll De Mestral, Barcelona

The city's largest stretch of sand is broken up into two beaches; La Barceloneta and Platja de la Nova Icària.

Monserrat Day Trip

The area is rich with history, and a key attraction is old monastery.



  • Federal Cafe – Parlament 39

  • Brunch and cake

  • Flax & Kale

  • Zinc Bar –  Calàbria 115

  • Timeline Bar – Providencia 3

  • Travel and Cake – Roselló 189

Lunch / Dinner

  • La Cervecería Catalana

  • La Lateral

  • Vinitus

  • Ajo Blanco

  • Carpe Diem

  • Botafumeiro – Since 1975, the finest seafood. Carrer Gran de Gràcia, 81.

Going Out

  • Sutton

  • Opium

  • Bestial

  • Chupitos – small

  • Sky Bar W hotel

Check In

  • THE W – Amazing hotel it has spectacular views from the rooms! and its the only hotel that has direct access to the beach!

  • H10 MADISON – 4 star hotel located very centrally, and only 5 minutes away from la Ramblas.

  • HOTEL THE SERRAS –Good option to stay is near the ramblas but far enough to feel removed.

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