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Awesome Barcelona itinerary 3 days

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Barcelona is one of the best cities in Europe to visit, many travelers enjoy Barcelona every year. Barcelona has something to offer for everyone, whether you are looking for the best museums in the world, want to visit Sagrada Familia, admire works of art by Gaudi or attend a football match of FC Barcelona.

In this article, we share our Barcelona itinerary for 3 days. You will read what the best activities that you can do when visiting Barcelona for the first time. There is a lot of information about Barcelona on the internet, what makes this article different? This is a local guide that gives information that goes beyond the standard. We have visited Barcelona more than 100 times because our family comes from this area.

Barri Gòtic
Walking las Ramblas

Things to do in Barcelona in 3 days?

Barcelona is a big city where you can do a lot. When you have 3 days for Barcelona you can consider yourself lucky because you have enough time to discover the city at a pleasant pace.

Tip: below you see the map for all activities, accommodations, restaurants, and metro stations. In addition, we have made a map per day, which makes it easy to orientate yourself per day. Click on the right top corner to view the map bigger. If you click on the star symbol next to the title you can save this map in your Google Maps account. In the map you can show or hide different categories. You can then use this map to navigate when you reach your destination.

Barcelona itinerary 3 days | day 1

During the first day, you visit the historic center Barri Gòtic, the Picasso Museum, La Rambla, and some buildings designed by Gaudi. The first day is very intensive. You will have breakfast at the accommodation, so you can explore the historic center of Barcelona immediately after breakfast. Because the first day is a busy program, we recommend starting the first activity at 8:30 am. You can walk everything this day.

If breakfast is not included, it is recommended to have breakfast at The Coffee House Barcelona. In this small café, you can order delicious muesli with fruit or bread/bagel with different toppings. The cappuccino is also good.

#1.1 Barri Gòtic

The easiest way to start the day is at Plaça de Catalunya, which is the most centrally located. From this point, cross the street and enter the Barri Gòtic district, which is the historic center of Barcelona. This neighborhood is located between Plaça de Catalunya, La Rambla, and the port. An important piece of history to know is that Barcelona was first a fishing village what is now Barri Gòtic. Over the years, it has grown to the point we know it today, as a big city.

In this district, you will find the most beautiful old streets, beautiful squares, nice boutique shops, and impressive buildings such as the cathedral of Barcelona. It is best to visit the Barcelona Cathedral first for €9 per person. When you stand on the square in front of the church, you immediately notice the unique architecture, which is often used in Catalan Gothic constructions. This is the most important church in Barcelona after Sagrada Familia. Due to its magnificent architecture, this church is worth visiting. After the cathedral, turn left around the corner until you reach Plaça de Sant Jaume. You will find the town hall on this square. During the walk to this square, you pass 13 geese that symbolize the heeled Eulalia who was killed by the Romans at the age of 13.

If you like to visit churches you can also visit the Basilica of Santa Maria del Mar. This church was created for the people who worked in the shipping industry to let them pray for the long journeys they made. A beautiful church to visit as the history of shipping and the growth of Barcelona are closely related to this church.

In addition to these important sights in Barri Gòtic, it is an awesome area to walk through. Every corner of the street surprises you with its antiquity and beauty. Next, you can visit the Picasso museum. You can come back to the historical center to visit the boutique stores.

Tip: a nice accessible way to get to know the historic center of Barcelona is by following a free walking tour. Daily groups leave at Plaça de Catalunya at 11:00 am and 3:00 pm to give you information about the city in 2.5 hours. When you are interested you first need to visit the Picasso museum and then join the free walking tour. A spot for the official free walking tour of Barcelona can be bought here.

Tip: Another option is to follow a guided tour instead. The advantage is that the group is smaller, the tour is personalized, and is given by a local. Tickets for a guided tour can be bought here.

Tip: if you love to cycle following a bicycle tour is something for you. Read here more information about the bike tour, prices, and availability.

cathedral of Barcelona

Tip: if you want to eat something hearty, visiting La Colmena is worth it. This bakery has been around since 1849 and is important to our family because our grandfathers used to come here. A nice authentic place to visit as inside it looks like time is standing still. The quality of the products is very good and very popular among the local population. One of our favorite treats is the croissant with vanilla filling covered with powdered sugar, enjoy!

La Colmena

#1.2 Picasso Museum

After visiting the historic center you can walk to the Picasso Museum in less than 10 minutes. Picasso is one of the most important artists Barcelona has known because he showed that you could make beautiful objects from normal materials. At the beginning of his period, he visited local markets in Barcelona and bought products there to eventually turn it into a work of art.

Picasso’s Barcelona collection is wonderful, as it is very diverse from paintings to handcrafted works of art. In addition, the life of Picasso is explained in a fun and informative way. You can see the nicest rooms at the end of the museum where you can see paintings that are typical of Picasso. Tickets (€17 per person) are best purchased via the official website buy. It is also possible to visit the museum with a guide if you are interested you can read more information about a Picasso Museum tour here.

Picasso Museum

Lunch at Restaurant Taverna del Bisbe

Assuming you have started the day on time, you can enjoy a Menú del día after the Picasso museum. You can order a starter, main course, and dessert including one drink and bread for €14 per person at Restaurant Taverna del Bisbe. This is next to Barcelona Cathedral. The restaurant is unknown to a lot of tourists and is mainly visited by locals. In the afternoon you see a lot of people here having lunch with colleagues.

The menu changes daily, you usually have a choice between a soup, salad, and a seasonal course for the starter. The main course is often something of meat, fish or vegetarian. For dessert, cakes and puddings are very popular. We ordered fish as you can see in the below picture. It’s a nice place, where you can relax and where people welcome you with a smile!

Restaurant Taverna del Bisbe

#1.3 Buildings of Gaudi

After dinner, you can visit the most beautiful buildings designed by Gaudi. The most famous buildings are La Sagrada Familia and Park Güell, you will visit these two during the 2nd day, as they are located outside the center. The buildings Casa Batllo and Casa Mila – La Pedrera are located in the center and can easily be visited on the 1st day.

If you walk from Plaça de Catalunya you will first pass Casa Batlló on your left. We think this is the most surprising building to visit in Barcelona. It is a ‘normal’ residential house that has been beautifully designed. Depending on your budget, you can choose to only view the building from the outside or to go inside. We recommend buying a ticket because the inside is beautiful. It is recommended to buy tickets in advance to avoid queues. Check current prices and availability for Casa Batlló here.

Tip: next to Casa Batlló is Casa Amatller, which is also a beautiful building to visit. This building was designed by a chocolatier Antoni Amatller. Nice place if you like chocolate because you can taste different chocolate flavors here.

Finally, you go to Casa Mila – La Pedrera, this building is great to see only in our opinion not as beautiful as Casa Batlló. Our advice is to admire the building from the outside and not to go inside because the next day you will discover enough beautiful buildings by Gaudi. In addition, we simply do not think it is worth the effort. However, if you are interested you can buy tickets here.

Casa Batlló

Where to stay in Barcelona

We recommend staying at Ona Hotels Mosaic. This hotel is a 5-minute walk from Passeig de Gràcia Metro Station. The hotel is very nicely decorated because it is so colorful. The beds are good and the staff does everything they can to make your stay pleasant. Check the current prices and availability here.

Another recommendation is Hotel Royal Passeig de Gracia. Both hotels are close to each other. The advantage of this hotel is that they have a fantastic roof terrace, a great place to have a drink in the evening. The breakfast is also excellent to start your day. The rooms are neat and the beds are good. You can check prices and availability here.

Tip: if you know the dates when you want to stay in Barcelona, it is best to book directly to secure your accommodation. The above hotels are fully booked quickly so be on time with your booking!

#1.4 La Rambla

The reason you visit La Rambla at the end of the first day is because in the evening it comes to life. In addition, the earlier activities on the day have closing times, this does not apply to La Rambla.

La Rambla is Barcelona’s most iconic street, as this is where everything comes together in Barcelona. The shops, old bars, artists, small stalls, music sides, terraces, markets, squares, and finally the harbor can all be found on La Rambla. When you are in Barcelona you have to walk a few times on La Rambla to see everything.

The most popular spot on La Rambla is Mercat de la Boqueria, the largest fresh food market in Barcelona. This used to be a street market on the Ramblas, today it is one of the most visited places in Barcelona. We recommend that you walk through it so that you have seen it, but we are not a big fan of this market ourselves because of all the tourists. If you want to get to know the real Spanish/Catalan culture, you better go to the local markets Santa Caterina Market or Mercat de Sant Antoni. Few tourists come to both markets. An additional advantage is that the products on the local markets are a lot cheaper.

The most beautiful place on the Ramblas is Plaça Reial. This square has a fountain in the center and is surrounded by beautiful palm trees and buildings. In addition, it is also a pleasant square because of the many terraces. It’s a nice place to have a drink, as it’s not that crowded here compared to other places in central Barcelona.

Finally, you will arrive at the Columbus statue and the port of Barcelona. Depending on the time, you can continue or turn around to have diner. You will visit the port of Barcelona on the 3rd day.

Mercat de la Boqueria

Dinner at L’Antic Bocoi del Gòtic

One of our favorite places to have diner whenever we’re in Barcelona is L’Antic Bocoi del Gòtic. This restaurant is Catalan-oriented so you can try typical dishes of the region. The nice thing about this place is that the atmosphere is very nice and the staff will help you choose dishes if you have never eaten Spanish before. The kind of pizza with mushrooms, cheese, and arugula is a must to try. If you want to be assured of a place, it is best to make a reservation.

Tip: assuming that you will eat later in the evening like the locals, you can make a short walk through the historic center and then return to your accommodation.

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Barcelona itinerary 3 days | day 2

On the second day, you visit Gaudi’s most beautiful buildings and face the highest mountain in Barcelona. The second day is less intensive than the first day. Probably you have breakfast at your accommodation. After breakfast, you start the day by visiting the Tibidabo Mountain. We recommend starting this activity between 09:00 am – 10:00 am.

If breakfast is not included, you can have a good breakfast at Bermont Coffee. This is a hip tent where you have an extensive choice. We think the yogurt with fresh fruit is a good start of the day.

#2.1 Tibidabo Mountain

The Tibidabo Mountain is located on the edge of the city and is a popular place for many travelers to visit because from this place you have an amazing view over the city. This is the main reason to visit the mountain. In addition, on the mountain there is an amusement park called Parque de Atracciones del Tibidabo and the church Iglesia del Sagrat Cor.

The church Iglesia del Sagrat Cor is also nice to visit. If you’ve been to Paris before and visited the Sacré-Coeur, Iglesia del Sagrat Cor is comparable. Both churches are built on a mountain from where you have a beautiful view of the city. In addition, they are also called the same.

Parque de Atracciones del Tibidabo is loved by the locals. If you travel with young children, it can be fun to visit. For others, we do not recommend visiting this place because if you want to visit a great amusement park, it is better to visit Port Aventura, which is located just outside Barcelona. Tickets to visit Port Aventura from Barcelona can you book here.

How to get there? The best way is to travel from the nearest metro station where you are staying to Tibidabo (brown line, L7). At the exit of the metro station, take the tram across the street at Tramvia Blau. This will take you halfway up the mountain. If you want to reach the very top, you can take a funicular (cable car) at the exit of the metro station. Costs for the tram and the funicular are €7.70 per person, the tickets can be bought on-site.

The easiest way is to take the bus Tibibus which goes directly to the park. This bus (€3 per person) leaves daily from 10:00 am every 15 minutes from Plaça de Catalunya (bus stop in front of Caja Madrid Bank).

Iglesia del Sagrat Cor

#2.2 Park Güell

Park Güell is together with Sagrada Familia one of Barcelona’s most iconic sightseen to visit. Both sights are touristy but definitely worth a visit. Park Güell was built in 1900 with the order at the time to build 60 houses on the hill and the rest only nature. Gaudi saw this as an opportunity to build architecture inspired by nature.

During your visit, you’ll see stone pergolas, winding walkways, and the world-famous undulating mosaics. Many travelers enjoy this park because it is completely different, colorful, and designed amazingly. More than worth visiting this park!

The majority of the park is free to visit, however, the most famous part where the salamander, mosaic benches, and other famous buildings are located is a ticket needed. A certain number of visitors are allowed per hour. You must buy your tickets in advance. Buy your tickets here.

How to get there? From the Tibidabo mountain, you take the tram back to Tramvia Blau. From here you need to walk 25 minutes to Park Güell.

Park Güell

Lunch at Güelly sandwich park

For lunch, we recommend visiting Güelly sandwich park. This small shop is perfect for a quick bite to eat. Here you can order pizza banquet, baguettes with different toppings, and other savory things. For €5-10, you have a great meal! The advantage is that you can eat tastily and quickly.

If you walk from (tram station Tramvia Blau) the Tibidabo Mountain to Park Güell you will pass this place. You can have food packed, eat on-site, or eat here after you visit Park Güell. Güelly sandwich park is a 5-minute walk from Park Güell.

Tip: if you want to eat something typically Spanish, you can order churros with a cup of chocolate for €4, delicious!

#2.3 Sagrada Familia

For many, visiting Sagrada Familia is an important reason to visit Barcelona. The church is the most visited building in Barcelona, ​​something you don’t want to miss while you’re there. The Sagrada Familia is special because when it is finished it will be the largest church building in the world. The designer Gaudi wanted to build a special church that is modern and innovative. When you visit the Sagrada Familia you will be amazed, the architecture of the church is impressive.

The construction of the Sagrada Familia started in 1882. It is expected that the building will be completed in 2026. However, the question is whether this will be achieved due COVID-19 because the construction of the church is financed with the revenue from the visitors and donations.

You must purchase your ticket in advance to avoid long queues. You can visit it independently or by following a tour. Both have their advantages. Check availability and prices of the skip-the-line tickets and the tour here.

How to get there? The easiest way is to walk from Park Güell to the Sagrada Familia in 25 minutes. You can also use the metro, for this you have to travel from metro station Vallcarca to metro station Sagrada Familia. The total travel time is 25 minutes which is the same as walking. The fastest way is to take a taxi, which costs €10.

Sagrada Familia

Dinner at Zed

If you are looking for a restaurant near Sagrada Familia where you can order delicious and healthy dishes, Zed is the place to be. When you enter you immediately notice that the interior is very stylish. The menu is Spanish-oriented, there is not much choice, but the dishes that you can order are of a high standard. The tapas and smoked salmon are awesome to try. Prices are good and the cozy atmosphere makes it a great place to eat.

Depending on how long it takes you to do the activities and what time you have dinner, you may still have some time in the evening to do something. If you have enough energy left, it is great to walk from Sagrada Familia/Zed to Plaça de Catalunya. During this walk, you will walk on Passeig de Gràcia. This is the main shopping street with the most beautiful buildings. You can also walk through the historic center and visit the boutique shops. Another option is to walk down the Ramblas. There is plenty to do, our advice is to see how you feel after dinner and not to plan anything in advance. Have a look at the moment how you feel. After all, it’s vacation:).

Barcelona itinerary 3 days | day 3

On the third and final day, you will visit Camp Nou, Parc de Montjuic, the port of Barcelona, and the aquarium. There may be activities that don’t interest you, such as visiting Camp Nou if you’re not a football fan. In this case, for example, you can go to Barcelona beach in the morning and start visiting Parc de Montjuïc in the early afternoon. We recommend starting at 09:00 am so that you can be at Camp Nou by 10:00 am.

If breakfast is not included, you can have breakfast on the third day at Baluard Barceloneta. Here you can order delicious sandwiches with different types of fillings. They also have various delicacies such as croissants with homemade chocolate. The muffins with a cappuccino are a great combination to start your day.

#3.1 Camp Nou

For football fans, but also for people who don’t watch football every day, visiting the football stadium of FC Barcelona is a fun activity. During your visit to Camp Nou, you will visit the prize room, the dressing rooms, the press conference room, the stands, and the field. In the end, you will arrive at the official shop of FC Barcelona which is a great place if you want to buy a souvenir.

It is recommended to purchase your ticket in advance so that you skip the queues. Check prices for Camp Nou here.

How to get there? The easiest way is to use the metro. Travel on the green L3 line to Les Corts. From here you can walk to the stadium in 15 minutes.

Camp Nou

Lunch at Òleum

One of the best places to eat in Barcelona is at Òleum, this restaurant belongs to the National Museum and is committed to using local Mediterranean produce. In the afternoon you can enjoy a menu del dia (€28 per person). The food is exquisite and the best thing about this place is the location. You eat in the old throne room of King Alfonso XIII, who inaugurated the 1929 exhibition in this room. We love this place because of the view of Barcelona. If you get the chance, eat here because it’s fantastic! We have eaten here a couple of times and can recommend everything from the menu, of course, try something that comes from the sea given the place where you eat.

Tip: to guarantee a place, it is best to make a reservation via the site.

#3.2 Parc de Montjuïc

Parc de Montjuïc is a beautiful area that is often skipped if people have less than 3 days in Barcelona. Parc de Montjuïc has become one of the main attractions of Barcelona due to the 1929 World Exhibition organized in Barcelona ​​because you can see beautiful buildings. In addition, the Olympic Games were in 1992 organized in Parc de Montjuïc, so you can see beautiful sports complexes. In Parc de Montjuïc you can see the following sights:

  • Palace of Montjuic. This is where the National Museum of Catalonia is located;
  • Fountains: magic fountains with a fountain show in the evening;
  • El Poble Espanyol: an open-air museum in which you see a typical authentic Spanish village;
  • Museums: Miro museum has works of art by the artist Miro (surreal art). CaixaForum changing exhibitions of local artists. Mies van der Rohe Pavilion is an original building of the world exhibition that was built with the most expensive materials such as marble;
  • Castle of Montjuïc: Magnificent castle on the mountain that is important to the history of Catalonia;
  • Botanic Gardens; the most beautiful gardens in Barcelona;
  • Olympic stadium and Olympic museum: imposing stadiums and retrospective of the Olympic games;
  • Funiculars: You can take the funicular up to the castle and to the port of Barcelona.

We recommend first visiting Plaça d’Espanya and from there walk to the palace. After this, you can take a walk through the park and visit the various sights. Depending on your personal choices, you can decide what you want to see from the list above. Our recommendation is to visit the palace, the fountains and the castle.

How do you get there? Travel by metro to Plaça d’Espanya (Espanya stop, you can use lines L1 and L3).

Parc de Montjuïc

#3.4 Port of Barcelona

After visiting Parc de Montjuïc you can do one of the coolest things in Barcelona, ​​which is taking the funicular (Teleférico Del Puerto) to the port. During this 10-minute tour, you will have a beautiful view of the harbor and Barcelona. Tickets can be bought on-site for €11 one way.

Once you arrive in the harbor it is nice to walk around this area. You are going to see some giant yachts here. The best part is to walk from the Rambla de Mar to the aquarium of Barcelona, ​​you can read more about it below.

How to get there? You can take the funicular (Teleférico Del Puerto) from Parc de Montjuïc to the port. Or you travel by metro line 3 from Plaça d’Espanya to Drassanes.

Harbor Barcelona

#3.5 Aquarium

The last activity and a really fun one is to visit the Aquarium of Barcelona. It’s nice to do something different and enjoy all the life underwater. This activity is for people who like to see sharks, colored fish, coral, and other beautiful creatures. It should be said that if you have visited aquariums before or if you have one not far from your home location, it is better to skip this activity. The aquarium is fun, but not essentially different from any other aquarium. Check prices and availability here.

How to get there? You can take the cable car (Teleférico Del Puerto) from Parc de Montjuïc to the harbor, in the harbor is the Aquarium of Barcelona. Or you travel by metro line 3 from Plaça d’Espanya to Drassanes.

Aquarium of Barcelona

Dinner at Can Solé or Tapa Tapa Passeig de Gràcia

For dinner on the last day, we recommend eating at Can Solé or Tapa Tapa Passeig de Gràcia. Depending on what you want to eat, one is better than the other.

Can Solé is a nice hip place on the harbor. If you want to eat paella this is the place to go! They have been making paella here since 1903, the quality is great. The restaurant is a 12-minute walk from the aquarium.

If you want to eat tapas, Tapa Tapa Passeig de Gràcia is a great place to visit. You can order a lot of different dishes at this place. We liked patatas bravas (potatoes with a spicy sauce), calamari (squid rings), prawn in garlic, and boquerones fritos (fried anchovies). This restaurant is located on Passeig de Gràcia so after dinner, you are close to Plaça de Catalunya from where you can visit different areas.

After dinner, it’s best not to plan anything and see what you feel like on the spot. There are still a lot of things to see in Barcelona, ​​but you simply don’t have enough time for this. The activities you have done are the most important things you want to see when you travel to Barcelona for the first time. Walk around in the evening and enjoy your time!

Transportation in Barcelona

To get around in Barcelona, ​​the easiest and perhaps most enjoyable way is to walk. If you need to bridge large distances, you can use the metro, bus, or bicycle.

Traveling with the metro in Barcelona is incredibly easy and fast. There is a clear map where you can see all connections. We recommend buying a city pass that gives you unlimited use of the metro, which is also cheaper. Check the current prices for the city pass here.

Some buses are better than the metro in some situations, as certain points of interest may be closer to a bus stop. With the city pass, you can also make unlimited use of the bus in Barcelona

If you like, you can also use a hop-on hop-off bus. This is an open-top bus where you can follow different routes. It is perfect to discover parts of Barcelona easily. Read more information here.

If you like to use a bike, this is also a good option. The cycling network in Barcelona is excellent and safe. The best organization to rent a bike is Barcelona rent a bike. They have four different locations in the city. Prices start from €6.

Great Montserrat day trip from Barcelona

If you have more time in Barcelona it is nice to visit Montserrat. This is near Barcelona high in the mountains where you can visit a monastery. This area is also loved by people who love to hike. During your hike, you can enjoy magnificent views. Read here everything you need to know for a fun day trip to Montserrat from Barcelona.

Montserrat day trip from Barcelona

Where to stay in Barcelona?

Most travelers stay in the historic center/Barri Gòtic, however, we advise against this, because the historic center is nice to visit during the day, but not to spend the night. Some areas in the Barri Gòtic are very busy in the evenings. The best area of ​​Barcelona is Gracia for example, if you want to spend the night more in the quieter part of Barcelona, ​​it is best to stay here.

We recommend staying at Ona Hotels Mosaic. This hotel is a 5-minute walk from Passeig de Gràcia Metro Station. The hotel is very nicely decorated because it is so colorful. The beds are good and the staff does everything they can to make your stay pleasant. Check the current prices and availability here.

Another recommendation is Hotel Royal Passeig de Gracia. Both hotels are close to each other. The advantage of this hotel is that they have a fantastic roof terrace, a great place to have a drink in the evening. The breakfast is also excellent to start your day. The rooms are neat and the beds are good. You can check prices and availability here.

Tip: if you know the dates when you want to stay in Barcelona, it is best to book directly to secure your accommodation. The above hotels are fully booked quickly so be on time with your booking!

Where to eat in Barcelona?

In the article, we have indicated where you can find the restaurants per day. We have summarized this in an overview below. Use the map at the beginning of the article to see where the different restaurants are located.

BreakfastLunch Dinner
Day 1The Coffee House BarcelonaTaverna del BisbeL’Antic Bocoi del Gòtic
Day 2Bermont CoffeeGüelly sandwich parkZed
Day 3Baluard BarcelonetaÒleumCan Solé / Tapa Tapa Passeig de Gràcia

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How to get to Barcelona?

The easiest way is to fly to Barcelona (Aeroport del Prat). From the airport, there is a special metro connection where you can travel directly to the center. Use the orange L9 line for this. You need a separate ticket for this journey. Tickets (€5.15) can be purchased at the ticket office.

You can also travel to Barcelona by car, this is only recommended if you are going to visit multiple destinations in Spain. It is best to park at Car Park NN Sant Gervasi One Pass (€20 for 3 days).

From outside Spain, we don’t advise you to travel by train to Barcelona because of the long travel time. If you are in other parts of Barcelona you can easily travel to Barcelona by train. Tickets can be purchased here (you can also buy other public transport tickets via the link).

If you travel to Spain by plane and you are looking for a car to rent, you can rent it through Rentalcars. We use Rentalcars when we want to travel by car to discover new destinations. They’re easy to use and book with.

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What is the best period to visit Barcelona?

Barcelona is a great place to visit all year round. The most pleasant period in terms of temperatures is during the spring and summer. There is less precipitation during this period and the average temperature is very pleasant. During the European holidays period, it can be busy, causing prices to rise. Barcelona is still great to visit even then.

Want to see more of Spain?

If you have visited Barcelona you can discover other destinations in Spain. When you follow our Northern Spain itinerary, Barcelona is your last destination.

If you don’t follow our itinerary, you can visit Zaragoza, Ordesa, and the province of Catalonia. Zaragoza is a city just like Barcelona, ​​only this city is not touristy and therefore a completely different experience. In Ordesa, also known as Ordesa National Park, you can make beautiful walks in the Pyrenees. The province of Catalonia also has plenty to offer with the coast and nice cities such as Girona and Tarragona.

Another nice city to visit is Valencia, here you can visit the most beautiful aquarium in Europe and find a pleasant historic center. The best thing about Valencia is that it is not so huge, so you can visit everything by walking. Valencia is a city that surprised us very positively. Are you curious about Valencia? Discover here our 3 days Valencia itinerary.

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