Barcelona, Spain Travel Guide – Must-See Attractions


Barcelona is the capital of Catolonia and the second largest city in Spain. Barcelona is today one of the main tourist, economic, fair and cultural centers and sports centers in the world, and its influence in trade, education, entertainment, media, fashion, science and the arts contribute to its status Of Major World Cities.
The most important places to visit in Barcelona are: The Sagrada Familia (This was Antoni Gaudí's largest project, the construction of this famous church began in 1882 and is still ongoing), Casa Mila (also known as La Pedrera, Architecturalized by the great Antoni Gaudí.The unusual rooftop can be seen in many postcards of Barcelona), La Rambla (probably the most famous area of ​​Barcelona and very popular with tourists. Do not forget to appreciate the history while seeing the artists From the street), Gothic Quarter (it is the center of the Old City of Barcelona, ​​in the middle of medieval buildings, you will feel transported in time), La Boquería (a colorful market where both the locals (It is a large massive plaza in the center of Barcelona, ​​the square was built in 1920 for the international exhibition), Parc Guell (Barcelona has many great points of interest Erés Organized by the renowned architect Antoni Gaudi. One of them is the only Parc Guell) and many more.
This video offers a wealth of tips to help you plan the perfect vacation. If you want to save time and money, Barcelona's most important travel tip is to compare prices before booking a hotel room or a flight. You can do this for free on a site that searches through hundreds of real-time travel websites for the best travel deals available.

Video credits to BookingHunterTV YouTube channel


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Barcelona, Spain Travel Guide – Must-See Attractions

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  1. IF YOU REALLY WANT TO SEE AND EXOPERIENCE REAL SPAIN GO TO MADRID.
    A VERY EUROPEAN CAPITAL WITH CLASSY,ELEGANT AND WELL MANNERED CITIZENS.
    BARCELONA HAS A MORE ORIENTAL AND NORTHERN AFRICA FEEL.

  2. I will be travelling to Barcelona in Spain in a month time for the holidays…..are spanish people racist to Black people??
    People say that Spain and Italy are the most racist countries in Europe for black people. Is it true?
    …Black folks who visited Spain on vacation….what was your experience like? Let me know thanks….

  3. Can anybody tell me please which one is the most comprehensive website for real estate in Barcelona? Gracias!

  4. A POLLUTED,NOISY CITY,WITH BADLY BEHAVED AND UNEDUCATED LOCALS.I WOULD DESCRIBE THE CATALANS AS THE FARMERS AND HILLBILLIES OF SPAIN.

  5. Such a contrast between what i see in this video and the experience of actually living here in Barcelona…trust me, "La boqueria" is nothing but a big smelly market – sorry to spoil it for you! Still, i love big smelly markets, but la boqueria is so expensive it is my last choice. And fruits you get there are imported and taste like crap.

  6. A VERY NOISY AND DANGEROUSLY POLLUTED CITY.
    WATCH OUT THE SPANIARDS .THEY WILL RIP YOU OFF AT EVERY CHANCE THEY GET.

  7. Next week I'm going to Barcelona on my own. It's my first trip on my own and I'm a little nervous about it. Does anyone know a nice hostel to stay at? And what are other good advises to keep in mind if you go traveling on your own for the first time?

  8. It's looks so beautiful here, I looked up this channel because my family and I are determined to come here next year, were very excited

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