Our daily lives are full of work, deadlines, worries, and hassles. We are so used to this routine that we do not realize that our lives revolve around only a few things and we forget what we are actually meant for. Spending time with our loved ones, traveling to places where you always wanted to go, becomes a luxury. We tend to believe that the only thing we are meant for is work. So a break from the routine is a must. And, what can be better than a trip to Barcelona. Barcelona is one of the most exotic places one can spend his/her quality time in.
If you have already planned for it, here’s the checklist for your Barcelona day tour.
- Camp Nou
Barcelona is known for Leo Messi, football, and his team. Camp Nou is a 99,000 seater stadium that has been the home ground for FC Barcelona since 1957. This magnanimous football stadium will blow anybody’s mind and to visit this place should be the first thing on anyone’s checklist.
- City beaches
Barcelona is also known for its clean and very long beach walks. The westernmost beaches like Sant Sebastia are busier and crowded than the rest and are backed by Barcelona’s tight lattice of funky shops and bars.
- La Boqueria
The Boqueria market has been in Barcelona for 200 years, and this perhaps is the most remarkable as well as an educational place to visit. The market is always bustling with customers. So whether you want to shop something or are curious about its history, you must visit La Boqueriea.
Gracia wasn’t a part of Barcelona until the 20th century. The streets and the layout here give it a completely different look as if it is not a part of Barcelona. But if you want to know what life is like in the small towns of Catalonia, visiting Gracia on your day tour is the best thing you could do.
- Placà de Catalunya
This is one of the best meeting points in the city, located right at the bottom of the posh Passeig de Gràcia and at the top of Las Ramblas. So, you can plan to meet your friends here and take walks around the city.
So when you visit Barcelona, you are bound to fall in love with the country, its culture, people, and the climate.