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Barcelona, What can I visit?

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In the coast of the Mediterranean Sea, it lays one of the most impressive cities in Spain, a cultural, cosmopolitan, and lively city: Barcelona. It is the capital of Catalonia and together with Madrid, one of the most famous cities in Spain. If you want to visit Barcelona, here you will find some useful information and some places of interest.

Barcelona, Spain

First of all, we will make a reference to its streets. Barcelona has some big streets full of shops, bars, restaurants, museums and discos. Two of these impressive streets are Les Rambles and Passeig de Gràcia. The first one is probably the core of the capital. A street full of art and culture, with flowers, human statues that goes from Catalunya Square, to the old harbour. Passeig the Gràcia is one of the most famous avenues in Catalonia due to its touristic importance, its shops and its modernist architecture. There you will be able to see some of the most beautiful buildings in Barcelona: la Casa Batlló and la Pedrera.

Some of the most interesting places and buildings in Barcelona are la Sagrada Família, a large Roman Catholic Church that is still incomplete and the Park Güell, a garden with amazing architectural elements. What is more, you should also visit the Gothic Quarter, the centre of the old city where the Barcelona Cathedral lays, with its different and almost magical atmosphere, that will allow us to remember the Middle Ages. Another of these interesting paces is the Magical Fountain of Montjuïc, near the Espanya Square, that offers light and music performances.

Parc Guell, Barcelona

For those who wish to live the night in Barcelona, they can go to the Port Olímpic, a place with the best discos in Barcelona with commercial music, or to Marina, a place with alternative discos, where it lays Razzmatazz, the most famous disco of the city.

If you travel to Barcelona, try to visit as much thing as you can, get lost in its streets and enjoy the amazing, cosmopolitan atmosphere of the city.

La Sagrada Familia, Barcelona, Spain

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