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The Best of Barcelona in 2 days Guide

Andrea Updated by Andrea 23 days ago Andrea

55 reviews

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best of gaudí best photo spots highlights local restaurants best tapas bars

Perfect guide for:

Barcelona first timers

People allergic to tourist traps

Photo collectors

Culture lovers

I've created this guide thinking how I'd like to discover Barcelona myself. I know I would like to see all its amazing highlights but I also know that those areas ... (More) I've created this guide thinking how I'd like to discover Barcelona myself. I know I would like to see all its amazing highlights but I also know that those areas tend to be overcrowded and that I would need to escape from time to time to relax and get to feel a little bit the local side of the city. Then, I would need advice from someone like me ;) (believe me, few people has explored its wine bars, tapas bars and hidden corners like I have been doing those last years) to find local restaurants and bars to avoid the huge number of tourist traps where many tourists end up seating. If you follow my routes and advices I'm sure you'll fall in love with city. Of course, don't hesitate in writing me if you have doubts while you read it. Enjoy my 2-days guide of Barcelona!! (Less)

Perfect guide for:

Barcelona first timers

People allergic to tourist traps

Photo collectors

Culture lovers

Daily Experiences

Day 1 Gótico

Gótico

Not even guided tours or free tours will make you discover the best of Gótico like this itinerary will do. Go beyond La Rambla, La Boquería, Plaça Reial and the ... (More) Not even guided tours or free tours will make you discover the best of Gótico like this itinerary will do. Go beyond La Rambla, La Boquería, Plaça Reial and the Cathedral. Those are just a little part of this perfect day in Gótico that will guide you through hidden gems, cozy squares, will keep you away from all the tourist traps and show you the best local bars and restaurants. (Less)

Day 2 Sagrada + Passeig de Gràcia

Sagrada + Passeig de Gràcia

The second day in Barcelona will start immersing you into Gaudí's world with Sagrada Familia, Casa Batlló and La Pedrera, as well as other modernist highlights. At the end, you'll ... (More) The second day in Barcelona will start immersing you into Gaudí's world with Sagrada Familia, Casa Batlló and La Pedrera, as well as other modernist highlights. At the end, you'll loose yourself into hipsterish Born neighborhood: narrow medieval streets, cozy squares, local designers, cocktails... (Less)

What's included in the guide

Daily routes

Information & tips about places

How to move around

What you need to know

What you should try to eat

Events you should go to

What you should book or do before coming


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About the author

Andrea
Andrea
55 reviews

Italian, 35. I've moved 12 years ago for work and never left. I bet you you won't find anyone having tried more wine and tapas bar than me.

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Anthony Anthony

This guide was exactly what I needed. great routes and amazing restaurant advices


Juliette Juliette

I really wonder what I would have seen without the guide. I think only half of it... Give it a try like me!


Renata Renata

I had been in Barcelona many years ago and I was coming with my husband (his first time) so I wanted to come back to the main highlights and try ... (More) I had been in Barcelona many years ago and I was coming with my husband (his first time) so I wanted to come back to the main highlights and try to see some things I couldn't do the last time. Well, this guide just made my day. (Less)


Glenda Glenda

I loved all the terraces, food suggestions and little corners that are marked along the routes. At the end, those are the ones that I remember over the years. Thanks ... (More) I loved all the terraces, food suggestions and little corners that are marked along the routes. At the end, those are the ones that I remember over the years. Thanks Andrea!! (Less)


Pierre Pierre

useful routes


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