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February 7, 2019 at 11:16 am #81613
My daughter and I were in Barcelona last week. We found everyone friendly and helpful. The city is charming and easy to navigate. We felt very safe; we walked everywhere, though wanted to use scooter rental Barcelona (we could have explored more) but since it was a little bit cold, we did lots of walking. My recommendation to potential travelers is to give yourself a week to explore and let yourself get lost. And if you have time, explore the neighbouring medieval towns, Rupit, Siurana, Besalu. Those are really charming and picturesque.
March 7, 2019 at 1:34 pm #83817
Hello! I went to Barcelona last summer and I did a City Tour Barcelona with a Vespa. It was amazing! I think was the best idea to visit all the city and in the most funny way. I strongly recommend!
March 28, 2019 at 11:55 am #87185
Hi! I suggest everyone willing to explore Barcelona with kids to read this itinerary: https: //tapsy. blog/what-to-do-in-barcelona-with-kids-in-4-days/
May 20, 2019 at 1:18 pm #95895
I was in Barcelona and can recommend u to rent a bike and explore city that way
May 29, 2019 at 8:16 am #96475
Early summer months of may and June are the best time to visit Barcelona and its surrounding places.you can rent a bike and explore the city on your own pace. Happy travelling..
July 29, 2019 at 2:56 pm #108836
Hello! I went to Barcelona with my dad and we visited the Sagrada Familia, which is a huge and glorious masterpiece! We also went to the Park Guell and the House Batlló. There are plenty of activities to do in Barcelona and the most difficult part is to choose from. Here livingtours.com/en/trips/tours/barcelona-spain you can find some nice ideas! Near Barcelona, I recommend visiting the Montserrat mountains and monastery. Safe travels.
July 31, 2019 at 1:25 pm #108963
Barcelona is a great place to visit in autumn or early spring when it’s still not very crowded. Watch out when strolling around La Rambla, it’s full of pickpockets. For me what’s great about the city is that apart from its history and rich cultural life it’s also located in one of Spain’s most beautiful regions. It’s really the splendid view of the Montjuic castle from the sea and the city’s proximity to Costa Brava that make it an ideal destination for us sailing lovers – last year I even sailed to Ibiza, although that’s a long trop. I also read on this blog that the Clock Tower next to the Montjuic cable car was the place where the metric system was invented!
August 5, 2019 at 11:55 am #109308
Thanks for the advise. I agree with you that Barcelona should be experienced in totality and there are several artistic wonders around the city. Yes it is a heaven for medieval architecture