Things to do in Spain

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  • 1

    La Sagrada Família

    439 reviews

    Amazing piece of art and architecture. breathtaking colors inside from the colorful windows. It's a must see if you come to Barcelona. Book your ticket online to avoid queues.

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  • 2

    Park Güell

    287 reviews

    Spectacular! I'll definitely be going back there before I leave Barcelona. The day I went it was a bit crowded but it was a Sunday. I'm hoping next time there won't be quite so many people. Regardless, it was incredible! Went back on a weekday during the day (also during November, the off season) and it was very nice! Much ...

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  • 3

    Las Ramblas

    284 reviews

    Iconic area of Barcelona with plenty of movement. There are lots of great cafes, shops, and bistrots to enjoy while people watching

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    La Boqueria

    206 reviews

    This is the most amazing food market I've seen anywhere in the world! Grab a fruit juice, some Iberico ham, check out the selection of fresh seafood, grab some tapas and then some amazing chocolates. Go back and do it again...

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  • 5

    Camp Nou

    179 reviews

    Saw Barcelona vs AC Milan in Champions League group stage. Packed house. Got there just in time for kickoff. I suggest an early arrival with 90,000-100,000 people all trying to get there at once. Awesome mega store where you can buy anything Barcelona FC!

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    Casa Milà

    131 reviews

    Another Gaudi masterpiece. This apartment, museum, and shop building has amazing design, especially the rooftop and the attic. Try to come early to avoid crowd and then you can take better pictures from the rooftop.

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  • 7

    The Prado Museum

    114 reviews

    One of the biggest collections of masterpieces. Free admissions after 5 pm.. Check their web for details

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  • 8

    Casa Batlló

    107 reviews

    One of the most impressive landmarks, and home to the Antoni Gaudí Modernist Museum in Barcelona. A must see, in my opinion.

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  • 9

    Plaza Mayor

    129 reviews

    Whether day or night, Plaza Mayor is lively and filled with delightful people and blissful interaction. As you walk through one of the archways prepare to observe wide eye opening architecture with ground floor boutique shops and some of Madrid's fancier selection of restaurants perfect for people watching.

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    Parque del Buen Retiro

    104 reviews

    If you have some spare time on a pretty day, definitely head over to Parque Retiro. It is the Central Park of Madrid and is a gorgeous place to escape the hustle & bustle of the city for a short time.

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    Barri Gòtic

    105 reviews

    The neighbournd is the oldest and most traditional of the city, where you can lose apreciating its streets, the Cathedral, squares, historic buildings, mixt with the life of restaurants, terraces and shops.

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  • 12

    Palacio Real

    111 reviews

    I think we liked this one the best with the interesting buildings surrounding the plaza. There were several different street musicians playing. Great place to stop and view the locals.

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  • 13

    Barceloneta Beach

    109 reviews

    One of Barcelona's lovely beaches! The most central and easily accessible for sure. Lots of carefree Europeans with little or no clothing, so beware of all the topless ladies of you're squeamish, North Americans! I personally am not, but I overheard an older lady from Texas who was none-too-pleased. Otherwise - a gorgeous city beach!

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  • 14

    Puerta del Sol

    102 reviews

    This is the place where everything is happening. Day or night you can walk through here and something will be going on. They were even collecting for blood one day. Nice place to set and watch the natives and the buskers.

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  • 15

    Font Magica de Montjuïc

    90 reviews

    Nice Music and light show at night. On walking distance. One of the former tourist attractions in Barceona

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    Plaça Catalunya

    107 reviews

    Main place in the center of the shopping mecca of Barcelona! The city is moving in this area! Also, this is where everyone gathers at midnight on New Year's Eve, don't forget your grapes to eat at midnight!

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  • 17

    Market of San Miguel

    82 reviews

    Refurbished market in central Madrid that has been transformed into a series of small food stalls. An excellent place for trying all sorts of tapas.

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    72 reviews

    La Alhambra, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Nr 1 Spanish tourist destination, in Granada, in Andalusia; construction started as small fortress in 889 by the Moorish king and finished in the 14th century, after the Spanish Reconquista becoming Christian. Why writing about the Alhambra. Everybody already knows something about this palace and fortress. Just visit "La Alhambra" and see it for ...

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  • 19

    Barcelona Picasso Museum

    86 reviews

    I haven't made it inside, yet. The museum offers free entrance on Sunday afternoons (after three I believe). I arrived around four and the line to get in was all the way down the street, hundreds of people waiting to get in in the rain no less. So I've decided to go back another day when it is less busy ...

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  • 20

    Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía

    63 reviews

    The Reina Sofia museum was originally a hospital that was redesigned and converted into one of the world's leading modern art museums. From the breathtaking architecture outside of the building to the beautiful glass elevators, you'll be impressed before you even step inside. Once you go through the doors you can see a huge collection of works that inspired movements, ...

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