GowithOh to Barcelona and discover with us its best districts! We have selected our favorite Instagram photos and we provide you the best tour around the major attractions of the city. From the beach to museums, cathedrals to parks you’ll get to know the most beautiful sides of the Gaudí city!
Let’s start with the beach! Barcelona boasts with a beautiful long beach known as Barceloneta.
Besides swimming, there are plenty things to do here! For example, you can enjoy a fresh drink while admiring some interesting architectures! Below the “Homenatge a la Barceloneta”, by the German artist Rebecca Horn. In Barcelona, you are never far away from beautiful architecture!
Besides, don’t miss the hand-made market which takes place in a little square near Carrer de l’Allada Vermell in El Born every Saturday . Taking a stroll there we were captured by this beautiful decorated door.
Flowers and plants can transform a simple door into something amazing! Taking a stroll in #Barcelona's district #ElBorn we were captured by this beautiful decorated door located in a little square near Carrer De l'Allada Vermell where every Saturday a lovely hand-made market takes place! #OnlyInBarcelona #GowithOhBarcelona
Let’s visit Parc de la Ciutadella and Arco de Triunfo now. During spring the park is full of people having a picnic, taking a sunbath and playing music. From the park you can reach the Arc in just a few minutes. It was built for the Universal Exhibition of 1888 and it is located at the end of the “Passeig de Sant Joan”.
Now, we suggest you to walk over the Paseo de San Juan and take the metro at the Tatuan Station to the Sagrada Família. The metro line is L2 and the estimated time of your journey is 4 minutes. The Temple Expiatori de la Sagrada Família is a huge Catholic basilica, which is still under construction, a masterpiece of the architect Antoni Gaudí. Here is a photo of the colorful mosaics.
After visiting the Sagrada Familia, why not walking around the little streets and squares of Gracia district!? It is the smallest district of Barcelona and the biggest cultural and touristic attraction of this district is without a doubt Parc Güell. If you want to admire the beautiful panorama of the city, a visit to Park Güell is the right choice!
Besides that, you can take a seat on the colorful benches designed by the famous architect Antoni Gaudì and admire his fabulous mosaics.
And the colorful Casa Battlò.
Once you are on Plaza Catalunya, go down to La Rambla and take a juice at the most famous market in Barcelona! It is “El Mercado de San José” (in catalán Mercat de Sant Josep), known as “La Boquería”.
La Rambla is the line that divides the Barrio Gotico and the Barrio Raval. In the first one you can find the Catedral de Barcelona, another symbol of the Catalan Gotic architecture.
And in the Raval district the famous Cat of Botero.
To end your trip in the best way, we suggest you to take the Teleferic which takes you to Montjuïc. You can enjoy one of the best view of the city and once you are there, you can visit the Fundaciò Mirò.