By Marco Christiansen | Jun 21, 2021
Author of “Barcelona by Day and Night”
Editor at Large for Conde Nast Traveler
Writer for NY Times Magazine
Churches and monasteries
Most famous shoping street
Authentic culinary paradise
A special walk through medieval streets and alleyways of the Gothic and Barceloneta neighborhoods.
Why Park Güell? It’s a public park system composed of gardens and architectural elements located on Carmel Hill. It's a must see for any traveler in Barcelona.
A historic home that houses all the personal treasures of Antoni Gaudi. You won't see them anywhere else.
Spend the day exploring shops and restaurants. Stop in, take your time, grab lunch and a few gin & tonics.
Casa Batlló is identifiable as Modernism or Art Nouveau in the broadest sense. To locals, it’s a slice of Barcelona tradition.
Sagrada Familia, the symbol of Barcelona and the stunning masterpiece of Gaudi.
Ready for some bites now, right? Grab pre-dinner snacks at this local's bar and restaurant.
The unique experiences in Barcelona belong to this city only, begging you to return here over and over again.
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