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Sights, Barcelona

La Rambla is the centre of Barcelona, a long pedestrian boulevard lined with restaurants, stalls and street performers. At the bottom is Port Vell, one of the more upmarket parts of the marina where you can find Barcelona Aquarium and many impressive yachts. At the other end of town is the Sagrada Familia, the city’s famous unfinished cathedral, and from here it’s only a short metro ride to the fairytale land of Park Guell.

Casa Milà

Casa Milà, popularly known as La Pedrera or “open quarry”, a reference to its unconventional rough-hewn appearance, is a modernist building.

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Gothic Quarter

The Gothic Quarter is one of the most famous landmarks in Barcelona. Located in the heart of the old city with buildings dating from Roman times.

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La Rambla

La Rambla is a broad pedestrian boulevard set between narrow traffic lanes flanked by trees, crowded every day until the early hours of the morning.

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Montjuïc

Montjuïc is a prominent hill overlooking the Barcelona harbour. For many years, it played a strategic part in the defense of the city.

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Montserrat

Montserrat is a multi-peaked rocky range located 45 km northwest of Barcelona and is approximately 1,200 metres high, offering great views.

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Park Güell

North of Gràcia and about 4km from Plaça de Catalunya, Park Güell is where Gaudí turned his hand to landscape gardening. It is an enchanting place.

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Plaça de Catalunya

Plaça de Catalunya sits in the heart of Barcelona. As well as being a tourist attraction, it serves as an important transport hub.

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Tibidabo

Tibidabo is the highest mountain in the Collserola mountain range and shields the city from the weather of the hinterland. The view is amazing.

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