Barcelona day 1 Gothic Quarter, Ramblas, Placa de Catalunya, Cathedral, Royal Palace, Placa de St. Jaume, Placa Neri, Placa dei Pi, Placa Reial. travel video
Barcelona day 2 Mercat de la Boqueria, Park Guell, Sagrada Familia, bus tour, Placa de Catalunya, dinner and evening walk, Carrer d'Avinyo. travel video
Barcelona day 3 Gaudi, Casa Batllo, Casa Mila, Eixample, Portal de l'Angel, Santa Maria del Mar, Passeig del Born, Carrer de l'Argenteria, waterfront marina. travel video
Barcelona Mercat Boqueria The popular covered food makes a great place to take pictures, buy some snacks for later, or have a meal at one of their busy counters. travel video
Barcelona walk in Gotic Quarter featuring Carrer Ferran, tapas bar Mikel Etxea, Placa Reial and the Cathedral, including noisy geese in the cloister.
Tapas in Barcelona. We bring you to several excellent tapas bars in the heart of Barcelona and show you the routine: Go up to the counter and help yourself.
Sagrada Familia is the number one attraction of Barcelona. This unfinished church is a whimsical, steel-beamed mountain by Gaudi.
Walking in La Ribera part 1 with our guide Sandra Benzal, we observe how this trendy district in Barcelona has been improving.
Barcelona La Ribera part 2. We walk along Carrer de Montcada, one of the best pedestrian lanes, passing the Picasso Museum, with our local guide Sandra Benzal,
Barcelona La Ribera part 3. Mercat de Santa Caterina, with it swooping, colorful roof sheltering typical food stalls and a few small restaurants, is a feast for the eyes and mouth.
Casa Batllo by Gaudi is one of the great buildings of the 20th century, a must-visit when you are in Barcelona. This unusual house looks alive, with curved lines and organic shapes creating a wonderful experience.
Casa Milla also know as La Pedrera, is another great building created by Catalan architect Antoni Gaudi. Visit inside to enjoy exhibits about his work, andt the roof-top observation deck with its whimsical steps and towers.
Barcelona Park Guell Gaudi's fantastic park consists of buildings and benches covered in colorful, broken tiles in a whimsical display of his peculiar style. travel video
Park Guel: In Barcelona, Spain, we visit the famous food market, Mercat de la Boqueria, then continue to Park Guell, a whimsical whirl of colored ceramics, sculptures, sinuous benches, weird buildings, bizarre pavilions and curved paths.
Eixample, or Extension, district is a great example of fine urban planning, its broad boulevards lined with sidewalk cafes, stylish shops, beautiful landscaping, and thousands of excellent apartments. We stroll along with our Barcelona guide, Sandra Benzal.
Barcelona Merce Festival is 4 days of street entertainment, including the Catalan Castell competition. This acrobatic test of human strength and balance builds human towers nine levels high!