Have you ever fancied going to Barcelona? It was one of those cities I would get around to in time but my friend insisted it was our next city break. I am so thankful she did, I fell in love! The food, the architecture, the people, honestly, it wasn't hard to fall in love with this city.
We stayed 3 nights in the Gothic Quarter and experienced a church service outside the Gothic Cathedral, toured around La Sagrada Familia, Park Guell, 2 hour walking tour with a local and a coastline cruise. I enjoyed everything and learnt so much, however my favourite part was the walking tour with a local. We were taken to several places around Barcelona and told amazing "stories" and facts about the different locations. I didn't know Picasso was supposed to be a womaniser! We were also suggested places to eat and drink and where to visit what weren't "tourist hot spots".
For food I highly suggest trying Restaurant Galu, an amazing Italian, the duck ravioli was simply the best pasta dish I've ever had. Also restaurant Momo had amazing food, I had the Chicken Adobado Skewers, no words can describe how amazing they were! My friend is vegetarian and loved her dishes too! I would suggest booking for both as both quite small places and they got very busy.
The metro is really easy to use with a little help of Google maps. We got a 72 hour metro for around 27 euros.
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Discover Barcelona's Gotic District over the ages!
Walk around the medieval Old Town and travel in time with the stories and legends from the past. See the most important monuments of the Gothic quarter. At the end of your trip, relax with a glass of Sangria in the Boqueria Market.
During this walking tour you will see the most important places in Barcelona. I will show you the most remarkable buildings and tell you about important moments in Barcelona’s history, but also interesting stories and legends.