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Welcome to Vagabrothers,
your go-to source for
travel inspiration, vlogs and tips here
on Youtube. Today we're talking about
Barcelona, capital of Catalonia and one
of the coolest cities in Europe.
Whether you're coming for cuisine, crazy
parties or culture, we've got you covered.
Make sure you hit that subscribe button,
to turn on notifications, and get ready
to travel to Barcelona. Vámonos.
Number 1: the Gothic Quarter.
Start off in the heart of
old Barcelona in the winding streets of
the Gothic Quarter. It dates back to Roman times,
and it's the perfect place to get lost.
It's also home of Picasso museum,
but admissions are limited and
crowds are massive so
buy your tickets online to guarantee
yourself a spot.
Number 2: El Raval
Avoid the hustlers on las Ramblas, and go grab
a coffee in La Boqueria Market before
wandering the neighborhood of El Raval.
Long known for its vices, El Raval is full
of character and has plenty of plazas
for a leisurely menu del dia.
A three-course lunch for 10 to 15 Euros,
wine included.
After lunch head over to MACBA, the
contemporary art museum and a gathering
spot for Barcelona's international skate crowd.
Next, dive into the world of Gaudi, the
Catalan modernist architect that gave
Barcelona its distinct style 150 years ago.
Getting the intro at Casa Batilo
and Casa Milà , originally constructed as
a private mansions for Barcelona's
industrialists. Today they're open to the
public, and they offer augmented reality tours.
Number 4: the Sagrada Familia.
Gaudi's architectural masterpiece is
the Sagrada Familia Cathedral, which is
still under construction almost a
hundred years after Gaudi's death.
Crowds here are crazy.
It's easily the most popular attraction in
Barcelona, so either get here early,
book tickets online, or just take a selfie from
from across the street.
Not into churches?
Then check out Barcelona's other
cathedral, Camp Nou,
home to FC Barcelona,
one of the world's best football clubs
and the unofficial symbol of Catalan
culture abroad.
You guys support Madrid
or Barcelona? Comment section.
If you can't get tickets,
don't worry. Every bar in town will be
playing the game, especially if it's El Classico.
Number 6: Parc Guell. Another must-
visit is Parc Guell, a mystical monument
of modernism built by, you guessed it,
Access to the central part of the
park is restricted to a few hundred
people at a time, so book your tickets
online if you want that perfect Tinder
profile pic or just wander the outside
area out for free.
Number 7: Gracia.
From Parc Guell, walk down the hill
to Gracia, a village that has been
absorbed into Barcelona.
It's funky and bohemian and
it feels like a small-town oasis in the
middle of a big city. If you're visiting
in August, make sure you don't miss the
Festa Major de Gracia, which is a
neighborhood festival where locals
build huge human castles, known as Castells.
Number 8: Barceloneta.
One of the best things about
Barcelona is that it's right on the
Mediterranean. Barceloneta is the beach
of the city, and it's where the young and
sexy go to tan, occasionally surf, and
there's some great nightlife.
If you're at a beach for the day, the
enjoining neighborhood of Barceloneta is a
really great place to grab some lunch.
There's beautiful plazas as well as
some old school taverns that serve tapas.
Number 9: Bunkers del Carmel
For sunset, head to the hills in the
Bunquers del Carmelo, a military complex,
which helped defend the city when it was
besieged in the 1930s during
the Spanish Civil War.
A lot of people don't know this,
but during the Spanish Civil war, Barcelona was
actually run by an anarchist trade union.
To find out more about that
fascinating history, either take a walking
tour or check out the book by George
Orwell, Homage to Catalonia.
Numbers 10: tapas and nightlife.
When night falls, it's time
to get tapas, bite-size eats that cost
a few euros a pop.
One of the best places
to get tapas is the Carrer de Blai
in the neighborhood of Poble-sec
It's fun but not filling.
So if you're going to go party
make sure you order quite a few tapas
and get some patatas bravas, potatoes
which are great for soaking up the booze.
One last thing that's really important:
locals in Barcelona are having a huge
problem with tourists who are treating this
beautiful city like their personal
playground. If you go to Barcelona, please
make sure to be respectful and do not
make too much noise after 1am because
a lot of these areas have people sleeping.
Treat the locals how you would want to be treated
when you're at home. Be respectful.
Let's turn this problem around and
give foreigners a good reputation.
Okay guys. Those are our top 10
things to do in Barcelona.
If you've been to Barcelona,
if you're from Barcelona, make sure you
share your tips
in the comments section.
If you haven't subscribed, don't forget
to do that. Turn on notifications and
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In the meantime, stay curious,
keep exploring, and we'll see you guys
on the road.
Peace. Paz y amor.
Hasta luego.
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Top 10 Things to Do in Barcelona | Spain Travel Guide

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April Lu published on June 23, 2018    April Lu translated    Evangeline reviewed
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