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We are coming in from a cruise in the afternoon late September, mid-fifties couple, young at heart.

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    Just wander around Barri Gotic and if possible, go see Sagrada Familia. No matter what they say, La Rambla is not worth it. over 3 years ago

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    Barcelona’s finest examples of Catalan modernism - free gps audio tour
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    There are the tourist attractions in Barcelona travelers shouldn’t miss if they ever decide to visit the Catalan capital:

    Camp Nou
    One for the sports fans, yet still one of Barcelona’s most popular attractions. This stadium is home to formidable European football champions F.C. Barcelona. With a capacity of 99,000 people, this breathtaking sporting arena is Europe’s largest. A tour of the ground is definitely worthwhile and you never know, you might be lucky enough to catch a game!

    Museu Picasso
    With over 4,000 works by the painter, the Museu Picasso houses one of the most extensive collections of artworks by the 20th-century Spanish artist Pablo Picasso. In particular, the Museu Picasso reveals Picasso’s relationship with the city of Barcelona, a relationship that was shaped in his youth and adolescence, and continued until his death.

    Montjuïc
    Montjuïc is a broad shallow hill with a relatively flat top to the southwest of the city center. The eastern side of the hill is almost a sheer cliff, giving it a commanding view over the city’s harbor immediately below. The top of the hill was the site of several fortifications, the latest of which remains today.

    Font Màgica
    Font Màgica is a fountain located below the Palau Nacional on the Montjuïc hill and near the Plaça d’Espanya and Poble Espanyol de Barcelona. The fountain, like most of the surrounding developments, was constructed for the 1929 Barcelona International Exposition.

    Casa Batllo
    The Casa Batlló, a remodeled nineteenth century building, is one of Gaudí’s many masterpieces in Barcelona. Often overlooked for La Pedrera, La Casa Batllo is equally as stunning with its unique architecture and infamous two ornamental pillars in the entrance to the terrace.

    Parc Guëll
    With other major works in the city including La Casa Batlló and La Pedrera, this has to be one of Antoni Gaudí’s most celebrated and it is certainly one of the most emblematic of Barcelona.

    Barceloneta
    Out of Barcelona’s seven different beaches, stretching over 4.5 km (2.8 miles) of coastline, Barceloneta probably tops them all. It is one of the most popular and is closest to the city center. over 3 years ago

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    Free Barcelona audio tour from MP3 City Guides
    http://izi.travel/browse/7ad653df-a754-4026-98fa-99cfd9026bc7?lang=en over 3 years ago

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