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Things to Do in Barcelona

Pretty squares and narrow streets give this central Barcelona neighborhood a small-town vibe. Day and night, Poble sec’s terraces and tapas bars fill up with both locals and visitors. Today, traditional eateries like Quimet & Quimet compete with trendy brewpubs and organic cafes, but bar-hopping down bustling Carrer Blai will never go out of style.
Gràcia Neighborhood
Once a separate town, Gràcia is fiercely proud of its independent spirit and village-like feel. Narrow streets lead into sleepy squares lined with bars and cafes that make for perfect people-watching territory. In mid-August, the annual Gràcia Festival sees the area come to life in a whirl of colorful homemade decorations and rowdy street parties.
Port Olímpic Area
Follow the sea breeze to Barcelona’s Port Olímpic. Jam-packed with restaurants, bars and clubs, this trendy harbor district is always popular. Long summer days see visitors competing for space on Vila Olímpica Beach, before dancing the night away in Opium or Shôko. In winter, the waterfront is a favorite hang-out for locals to stroll, skate, or just watch the world go by.
Culture and nature come together on Montjuïc Hill, home to the Barcelona Botanical Garden, Joan Miró Foundation, and the National Art Museum of Catalonia. Peaceful parks and walking trails give this city escape a laid-back vibe, plus there are open-air music and movie sessions at Montjuïc Castle – the perfect way to spend a warm summer night.
Parc del Laberint d'Horta
The Parc del Laberint d'Horta is a quiet retreat from the bustling centre. It boasts an 18th century neoclassical garden, a 19th century romantic garden and its famous maze.
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Montjuïc Castle
From its 173 metre-high perch, it’s no wonder Montjuïc Castle was first built as a bastion of defence. Erected in 1652, the fortress played a key role in the War of the Spanish Succession. Later, it was used as the execution site of the Catalan president, then a military prison, then an army base. Now owned by the city, its views are unmissable.
Montjuic Castle
Built in 1640, this Baroque-style castle has the best city views from Montjuic. A former prison and torture center, it houses the Military Museum and features pretty manicured gardens.
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Montjuic, meaning "the Jewish Mountain" in medieval Catalan, starts at Plaza Espanya. With stunning views of the city, landmarks include the castle and Palau Sant Jordi, the Olympic Stadium.
Montjuic asked travelers...

Some say romance is dead; how does Barcelona prove them wrong?

Sitting at the beach with a cocktail in your hand and your beloved next to you listening to the sound of the waves and gazing at the stars is the definition of romance in my books.
Romance is personal feeling. The ambiance make you feel as a part of the city, part of the crowd and in the same time enjoying internally the place.
When you are in Barcelona, you feel like breathing romance and love. It's hard to explain with words, it's way better to spend a week here.
Walk in the old town (Barrio Gotico) and go to a flamenco show.
Just see how many people are walking and holding hands

Barcelona Highlights

Google ‘Gaudi’. The architect of Barcelona’s most distinctive buildings dreamed up a colourful surreal landscape inspired by the natural world. Journey into the rabbit-hole at Casa Batlló and Park Güell. Along the way, lose yourself in La Rambla’s dynamic markets, find history in Barri Gòtic or hang ten at Barceloneta Beach.