Barcelona Travel Guide

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Welcome to our Barcelona Travel Guide. Barcelona, the capital of Catalonia, is one of the most exciting destinations in the world, with an unmistakeable Mediterranean flair and a must for design, art and architecture lovers.

Our Barcelona Travel Guide contains all the information you need to have to prepare the perfect trip to Barcelona. From how to get to Barcelona, to when to visit the city, what’s the weather like during the year, the best neighbourhoods, the unmissable attractions, the best day trips and much more.

Choosing where to stay is a crucial decision on any trip and we tried to break it down for you on this video presenting our favorite Barcelona neighborhoods when it comes to looking for accommodation. Being close to the main attractions can save you time, and thus, money, during your stay in Barcelona.

If you want to find out all the different transportation alternatives that will take you from Barcelona Josep Tarradellas-El Prat airport to the center of town, we have summarized them on this video. Taxi, metro, train, buses, there is meant to be an alternative perfect for you.

As well as all the interesting places you can visit in Barcelona, the capital boasts a fantastic range of day trips, from classic Montserrat to incredible cities such as Girona or Tarragona, not to mention the Costa Brava. Find out about the best day-trips leaving from Barcelona and how to reach them.

Of course, tapas are an essential part of Spanish culture -often misunderstood-, and in Barcelona you will be able to experience them at their best with our carefully curated tapas tour around the old part of town.

And if you want to taste the best of the culinary traditions of Barcelona, while at the same time saving some money, make the most of the selection of daily menus we have tested for you. The “menú del día”, the daily menu, is an typical Spanish tradition you should be familiar with.

Are you ready for Barcelona? We sincerely hope our Barcelona Travel Guide will be of immense help to you!

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