» Go see the wonders created by Gaudi and Dali! «

…and you will want to stay forever! The Catalan capital is a place where you should remember your childhood days when playing hide and seek was so much fun. Playing it and then getting lost, at least for one month was what I wanted to do.


Gothic Quarter


Gothic Quarter

» Enjoy the city by getting lost «

This is what we felt when strolling down the narrow medieval streets on Saturday evening. There are so many things to do in the Gothic Quarter – let yourself be surprized. We didn’t have any sightseeing plans, as we don’t usually do when going on a city break, but Barcelona managed to show us its overwhelming beauty in only three days.


Parc de la Ciutadella


Gothic Quarter


Magic Fountain of Montjuic – very very crowded but worth the hassle


Parc Güell


Casa Batllo

» Whitness some architectural miracles «

I really tried not to photograph every single adorable balcony but it was almost impossible – even on the scooter my eyes were fixed on the fascinating mini urban gardens (I was not driving). This was possible with the help of a rented scooter which took us from Park Güell to Basilica of the Sagrada Familia, Casa Batllo, Montjuic Caste, the Magic Fountain and many more.


Parc de la Ciutadella


Parc de la Ciutadella


Parc de la Ciutadella


Barceloneta Beach


Palo Alto – even if it’s closed, don’t give up. Ring the bell until someone answers. They also host vintage markets

» Time out in a green oasis «

If you want to recover from a day of visiting and take a break from all the tourists, I suggest relaxing in the green oasis of Palo Alto, where artists share an industrial complex for different creative projects.


Parc de la Ciutadella – you could easily spend an entire day here. From museums to lakes, many artists and even a zoo they have everything


Parc de la Ciutadella


Parc de la Ciutadella


Posing at a tapas bar


Flamenco Show – you can see it in many restaurants in the Gothic Quarter

» Enjoy the easy life «

You don’t really need to see everything in three days. Just go bar-hopping and try different tapas, feel the rhythms of flamenco shows, drink some sangria and dare to hang out on the mysterious streets at night.


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