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What's the best way to make the most of Barcelona by foot?

Austria Anonymous, Austria

30 days ago

I suggest to plan walks for each quarter per day: Barri Gotic, Eixample, Montjüic, etc. Barcelona is full of tourists and in front of each attraction there's a huge line (even though the prices are really high: for example, to enter the !!!unfinished!!! Sagarada Familia you have to wait for hours in the line and pay €21) I suggest to enjoy the architecture from the outside. Also, walking along the port is very nice and relaxing, cause there are not so many tourists and you can have a break from the urban noise.
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