The Catalan capital and a city in Spain that is spread across a distance of101.9km2 is definitely a place to visit famed for its legendary artists like Picasso and Gaudi.
Although famed for its specialty, it has the frame crown for being the most expensive cities in the whole of Spain but you can definitely beat this odd with your tactics to control and expand on different resources. As a traveler, it would easily take around $50-70 each day. The majority of these expenses also depend on what then of the year you are visiting the country where summers are the peak seasons for tourists, hence basic accommodation facilities growing fields.
Transportation is very economical and does not burn holes in your pocket for the duration of your stay. You can easily rely on the metro and bus systems or even walking and hiring bikes to explore the city.
This place holds special days for free screenings and free tickets to museums, especially on the first Sunday of every month from 3pm to 8pm.
Few things which we definitely recommend to do when you happen to visit around Barcelona are:
- Visit the dreamy fairy tale like the cathedral of La SagradaFamilia, though being a bit overpriced it is absolutely worth it.
- Checkout Gaudi’s architecture and museums or simply hike to ParcGuellor Bunkers Del Carmelo for a scenic site.
- Gothic Quarter and Cafe Hop with Gracia remains to be the two popular areas wherein gothic quarters are known for its medieval styled architecture and Cafe Hop for its bohemian style that is just perfect for coffee or simply hanging about.
- Also, it won’t be a bad idea to check out Montjuïc for amazing views and experiencing cable cars that go to the Montjuïc castle, themed gardens. Some areas around El Raval that lies on the opposite if La Rambla must be avoided, especially during the evening and night hours.
- Make sure you are around in comfortable clothes that not only give you a touristy vibe, but also let your skin breathe.