Barcelona is Spain's Gothic gem on the Mediterranean. It is both a beach town and an art Mecca basking in endless sunshine. Catalonia, Barcelona's region boasts some of the best food to be found in Spain and enough bars and clubs to keep you entertained for an eternity!
Within its patchwork of architectural styles, Barcelona is home to some of the most incredible gothic architecture to be found in the world. If it's the sun you're after then Barcelona has sandy beaches stretching its whole coastline, lined with with lively beach bars and top class restaurants. Our Barcelona Guide will help you make the most of your time in this ultra cool city.
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What to do in Barcelona in 2 days
If you ever find yourself in Catalonia, Spain and wanted to check out Barcelona, you will quickly learn that you don't have to visit Madrid to truly experience Spain. Famed for its nightlife and vibrant day scene on the Las Rambles in the center of town, Barcelona offers travelers, whether newbies or seasoned, a huge array of things to do. There is just so much to take in that you can't possibly absorb the essence of the city unless you stay at least a week. With that said, if you are going to be taking a short swing through town, here are the things you can do on a two-day stay in Barcelona.
What to see in Barcelona
The traditional chief city of Spain's Catalonia region, Barcelona offers a true cultural, historic, and sensory feast for travelers from all four corners of the world. There is just no way to do justice to all you can see in this amazing city. Still, when trying to figure out what to see in Barcelona, make sure you include as many of the following listed destinations as possible.