A DAY IN BARCELONA

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Barcelona, is such an exciting, lively and picturesque city. since there is so much history and culture Barcelona is filled with entertainment at every corner. Chase and I were able to spend the last week in Spain, exploring so much of Barcelona. We spilt our days up since we had plenty of time to explore, so on this particular day we went to see:  


(Free) to explore the park  (General entry online fee:€7) (General entry at the park €8):  Monumental part of the park, you also have the option for a guided tour. I would recommend to book tickets online if you're interested in seeing the museum section. There is limited space available because of this you must be there for your designated time. At times there is also great deals online.
I have to be honest and say, if you aren't interested in the museum which shows the  I would say skip it and just walk the park because you get the prettiest views of the city, it is huge and sandy so make sure you have comfortable shoes on.  

(Free to look outside) (entry fee:€15 for the basic entry and can range all the way up to €29 for the full experience with a guided tour and views of the top)
La Sagarda Familia is known for being a spectacular unfinished work of the architect  Antoni Gaudí after over 135 years of being under construction it is said to be finished in 2026-2028
 
ARC DE TRIOMF
(free)
Leads you into the Parc de la Ciutadella which is so lovely

(free) I love this park so much, if you have the time if you visit Barcelona try and make it out here. We just started walking around and found it. It has the most beautiful fountain which is where we shot some of these photos. In the park you can also find a school, the parliament and a little lake where you can rent a row boat (very romantic, very Notebook style) and the Barcelona zoo. The park also has farmers markets and such, we visited on a Friday towards sunset and everyone was setting up.

BARCELONA BEACH 
(free) We walked towards the beach and it was so pretty at night time, that part of the city ready reminded me of Miami.



We were able to stay with my wonderful cousins in the town of Rubi which is just a 20 minute train ride into the city. To say the least we were exhausted at the end of each day, in the best way possible. Can't wait to show you more of our trip.
 
Have a great weekend
 
Joan



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