When you are talking about Spain, what’s the first impression of this country? For me, football will be the priority since Spain won the World Cup in 2010 and LaLiga accepted as the best League in the world. Today I am gonna take a tour of Barcelona to get into this ” football” city. This article will show you the most attractive spots and local food that you MUST try!
Barcelona, the capital of Catalonia, is known for its arts and architecture. Also, most of the fantastic landmarks are embedded with a fabulous design. On the other hand, the football stadium “Camp Nou” is also located here, which is a welcoming spot for tourists.
L’Eixample. L’Eixample is one of the safest places. The main purposes of this area are high-class residential areas with a nightlife culture. If you wish to enjoy the shopping experience, you could spend a whole day here. Moreover, transportation is really convenient by serving several metro stops. (Bear in Mind! It has been merged by Eixample Left and Right.) If you need a parking service, just check out the map and reserve a place before heading to the parking facility.
Gràcia. Gràcia is another safe area for visitors. Although there are not many major hotels, you can enrich and observe the local culture of Bohemians. Also, you can enjoy the local festival if you arrive in August. Not only the festival, but some cosy cafes and bars are also providing real Mediterranean lifestyles.
Basílica de la Sagrada Família. Basílica de la Sagrada Família, known as Sagrada Família. This giant Basílica has been kept constructed since 1882. The funny thing is that there is not any expected date to finish it. Based on its reputation, it attracts over 3 million visitors a year. If you wish to get inside, remember to arrive as early as you can.