Links to other posts about Barcelona:
- Gaudi Walking Tour in Barcelona, Spain
- Parc Güell [Barcelona, Spain]
- Sagrada Familia [Barcelona, Spain]
- Cerveceria Catalana
- Restaurant 7 Portes
- La Boqueria
- La Manual Alpargatera
- Magic Fountain of Montjuïc
This probably the most famous street in Barcelona – there’s always lots of things going on from street and also lots of people. It’s a fun street to check out, but also should be careful of pick-pocketters here.
If you have the time, I recommend wandering around the Old Quarter without a map and just go wherever your feet takes you. There are so many unique shops and cute little streets in the area that makes it so charming.
Street art/graffiti in Barcelona:
If you are into street art, there are street art walking tours of Barcelona. Click here for details.
Tired from visiting all of the historical sites and tourist attractions in Barcelona? Barceloneta beach is the place to go for chilling/relaxing under the sun ;)
Centro comercial de Las Arenas:
This building used to be an arena for bull fights, now turned into a shopping mall. From the top of the building, you can see great views of Plaça d’Espanya. It’s not a well-known tourist attraction, but if you are going to see the Magic Fountains of Montjuic, it is worth checking out!