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    Lots to see and do in 7 days. Classic places in Barcelona include Sagrada Familia, parc Guell, las Ramblas, the Boqueria market, Gaudi architecture peppered throughout the city, Olympic Village (Mont Juic) the Picasso museum, Barrio Gothico, Barceloneta for paella ( best on a Sunday when families go out). Outside of Barcelona consider day trips to Montserrat monastery, Girona, Dali museum in Figueres, and lovely seaside village of Cadaques. almost 7 years ago

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    Tunnsey said it all! Montjuic is also nice, and there is a fountain nearby, I think, and every night during summer holidays, the fountain dances on the song 'Barcelona' of Freddy Mercury and Caballiet Montserrat. Go of the beaten path to a localbar and eat some tapas there: great! almost 7 years ago

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    Go to sitges....very very nice village at the sea side. 35 km south of bcn almost 7 years ago

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    Bars and Restaurants:

    Le Quinze Nits (Plaza Real - plaza off of Las Ramblas) - amazing restaurant, you must order dessert and $6 bottles of cava (spanish champagne)

    In Plaza Real - good paella restaurant (near Le Qunize Nits)

    Cafe de l'Opera - (off of Las Ramblas) order chocolat and churros for breakfast

    Rabi Pelau (Pig Bar) - local dive, learn salsa and drink guarapitas with the Spaniards

    Go to the neighborhood El Borne for cool little cafes, boutiques and restaurants (if you have extra time.

    Do the Gaudi Tour:
    La Sagrada Familia
    Parc Guell - my favorite park, I used to live nearby
    El Batllo
    La Pedrera aka Casa Mila - make sure you go onto the roof! (if you only have time for one building chose this one over El Batllo)

    Walking Tours:

    Walk Las Ramblas

    Sit on the steps of Montjuic and watch the magic fountain show at night (music and lights water show)

    La Boqueria - massive food market off Las Ramblas, get a fruit smoothie at the front

    Go to Barceloneta beach - lots of tapas bars, nice boardwalk

    Also, don't forget to drink lots of sangria, try a Spanish omelet, and catch a flamenco show. almost 7 years ago

    Answered by Alicia Smith via Site_iconWorldNomads.com
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    Tienes que ir a la plaza de Sant Felipe Neri, te encantará.

    You have to go to Sant Felip Square, you'll love it. almost 7 years ago

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    Others ave really said it all but a great resto lounge is carpe diem we loved it there. One of my favorite day trios was to the Picasso museum. Make sure you have lots of paella and sangria. almost 7 years ago

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    Take the Renfe train to Tarragona and visit the old city and its Rambla almost 7 years ago

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