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Location: Barcelona 길이: 3 시간 좋은 분위기 필요:

마에서 최고의 호스텔!Kabul Hostel has an unbeatable location just off La Rambla! Staff have all the local hints and tips to help you enjoy your time in Barcelona.

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If you only had one day to stay in Barcelona, you would be unfortunate indeed.The truth is that there is so much to see and experience in Barcelona that one day or even one week might not be enough. The big advantage of the city is that all emblematic parts are quite close to one another, making public transportation only necessary if you have to go farther away from the center.

Let’s Walk?

Kabul Party Hostel organizes 2 different tours every day: Gaudi Tour & Gothic Tour. Tours meet at 10.30 in the lobby, are offered English and in Spanish.

Join the Walking Tours to learn about the most symbolic corners of Bratislava and its main monuments.

Las Ramblas

This tree-lined street is the place to be to truly see the city on foot. It is like the spine of Barcelona. While some travelers might balk at the number of other tourists on this road, there are many natives of Barcelona who also walk Las Rambla to get to their destinations, or even just for a Saturday afternoon stroll. Las Rambla’s trees and historic buildings are extremely picturesque, and they truly capture the essence of Barcelona. There are lots of street performers, souvenir sellers, and all sorts of vendors. It captures a typical plaza ambience with a distinctly Catalonian twist.

Barri Gotic

Walk down Las Rambla and enter the old city, also known as Barri Gotic. This part of the city has a medieval and old world feel. You can tell from the maze-like street plan to the majestic historic La Merce Basilica and the Barcelona Cathedral. Walk further up to see the very scenic bridge that crosses over to Bisbe street and check out the classical architecture of the City Hall.

Picasso Museum

Before Picasso became huge in France and the rest of the world as a Cubist master, he spent quite a bit of time in Barcelona although he was born in Malaga. The Picasso Museum stands out in the art world due to its extensive (over 3500 pieces) collection of Picasso’s work. The Museum was able to amass this many Picasso pieces because the key person behind the museum’s founding was Picasso’s secretary Jaume Sabartes.

Sagrada Familia

Barcelona is well-known for the eccentric style of Antoni Gaudi. There are really no words to describe the unique ‘Gaudi style.’ You just have to see the Sagrada Familia to truly appreciate its scope, its daring, and its effects. If there is any one place you need on your what to see in Barcelona list, it is the Sagrada Familia. Interestingly enough, this church isn’t completed yet even though Gaudi died in 1926. Estimates point to the amazing building being ready in 2026, the centennial of the architect’s death. When making a list of what to see in Barcelona, you have to put Sagrada Familia at the top.

For more ideas on what to do in Barcelona, check out our 바르셀로나 가이드 and our Beach Hunting in Barcelona article.

 

 

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Meeting Point: Kabul Party Hostel

Tours meet at 10.30 in the lobby

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GAUDI TOUR - every day
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GOTHIC TOUR - every day
10:30

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