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  • 1

    La Sagrada Família

    Carrer de Mallorca 401, Barcelona 08013, Spain
    430 reviews

    I can say with confidence that this is the most impressive building I've ever been in. If you go to Barcelona without seeing it, you'll need to return. Be sure to buy tickets online the night before! It'll save you over an hour.

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    Park Güell

    D'Olot, s/n, Barcelona, CT 08024 Spain
    278 reviews

    Park Guell is a bit touristy, but it is a really nice place to explore. It's one of Gaudi's creations, so take some time to visit the place and experience his artistic creation. There is a segment where you don't have to pay, and another part where you do (that's the area that allows you closer to the mosaic chairs ...

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    Las Ramblas

    Monument a Colom in the south to Placa de Catalunya, Barcelona, CT Spain
    279 reviews

    By day Las Ramblas is a combination of park and open air market. By night it's lined with hookers who literally harass you (if you're a guy) as you walk down the street.

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  • 4

    La Boqueria

    Rambla 91, 08002 Barcelona, Spain
    201 reviews

    Go to Mercat de la Boqueria for brunch or lunch… find a vendor that you like (or where you see a lot of locals) and order a bunch of dishes to try (be adventurous)… make sure you get cava to go with it (even if it’s 10 o’clock in the morning). It is an unforgettable experience. If it’s fall season, ...

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  • 5

    Camp Nou

    178 reviews

    Went here for a game-- Europeans and soccer, man. Great venue, cool thing to do if you're into soccer. I was pretty ambivalent about it, but I enjoyed the experience of hanging out with my friends in a crowded stadium, cheering through the night.

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    Casa Milà

    Passeig de Gràcia 92, Barcelona, CT 08008 Spain
    129 reviews

    Casa Mila is yet another incredible Gaudi design. The rooftop chimneys, known as the witch scarers, are an icon of Barcelona. The house features many hidden gems and things to discover.

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    The Prado Museum

    Calle Ruiz de Alarcón 23, Madrid 28014 Spain
    109 reviews

    The Prado Museum is definitely one of Madrid's most impressive museums. It holds some of Spain's--and the world's--most treasured works of European art, including works by Velazquez, Goya, Titian, and Rubens. Whether you have a couple days or just an afternoon to wander through the museum, don't miss 'Las Meninas' by Velazquez, argueably the most famous painting in the Prado's ...

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  • 8

    Barri Gòtic

    Catalan, Barcelona, CT 08002 Spain
    104 reviews

    History in here. Walk alone or take a free walking tour around. Check Barcelona visitor guide web for detail info. Really old -back to Roman time

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  • 9

    Plaza Mayor

    Southwest of the Puerta del Sol, Madrid 28013 Spain
    128 reviews

    Plaza Mayor is a central plaza in the city. It is ringed by traditional shops and cafes. But the main reason to go is to people watch. People criss-cross through the square while others linger to shop or eat, and if you look up, you'll see people standing on the balconies.

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  • 10

    Parque del Buen Retiro

    Plaza de la Independencia, s/n, Madrid 28001 Spain
    100 reviews

    Lovely large park in the center of Madrid. Easy to get to from most places either by walking or the Metro. There's a wide variety of areas perfect for jogging and walking and just generally it's a nice get-away from the bustle of Madrid.

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    Casa Batlló

    Passeig de Gràcia 43, 08007 Barcelona, Spain
    103 reviews

    Gaudi's design for this private home was inspired by the water. Portions of the façade mimic human bones. Inside, rooms are separated by ornate doors topped with stained glass windows that show different colors on each side. The ceiling of the main room swirls in like a whirpool towards a sun-shaped light. Multi-piece doors make multi-layered wave patterns when folded, ...

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  • 12

    Palacio Real

    Calle de Bailen, Madrid 28013 Spain
    109 reviews

    The Palacio Real is a must see! It's a reflection of beautiful Spanish architecture and the prestige of royalty.

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  • 13

    Barceloneta Beach

    Passeig Marítim de la Barceloneta, Barcelona, CT 08005 Spain
    107 reviews

    This is a great beach for people watching that you can walk to from the city. It does get a lot of tourists...but it's worth hitting. Also, instead of getting a drink on the beach bar...get a fresh Mojito from one of the couples walking around selling them...cost very little and was great. Head down the boardwalk going left to ...

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  • 14

    Font Magica de Montjuïc

    Font Magica de Montjuïc, Av Maria Cristina, 08004 Barcelona, Spain
    87 reviews

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

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  • 15

    Puerta del Sol

    Puerta del Sol, 28013 Madrid, Spain
    100 reviews

    Beyond being a historical place--it is the site of one of the original gates in the city wall surrounding Madrid--Puerta del Sol is a popular square for locals and tourists alike. There are tons of cafes and shops for day time fun (plus a street performer or two), and at night (like real night--1am or so), the clubs and bars ...

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    Plaça Catalunya

    Passeig de Gracia, Barcelona, CT 08007 Spain
    105 reviews

    Catalonia Square (english) is a large square located in the center of Barcelona. It is the location where the old city and the more modern part of the city meet, and sits at the top of Las Ramblas.

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  • 17

    Barcelona Picasso Museum

    Carrer de Montcada 15-23, Barcelona, CT 08003 Spain
    83 reviews

    I love modern art so heading to the Picasso Museum, for me, is a must see. It houses over 3500 creations by the artist--the largest collection of his works in the world; most are from the early period of his life (prepare to see a lot of blue). It's also located inside adjoining Medieval palaces, which makes it an especially ...

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  • 18

    Market of San Miguel

    Isla Central del Mercado de San Miguel, Madrid, Spain
    80 reviews

    In my opinion, this is a must-see if you come to Madrid. Great people watching and tons of amazing food & drink under one roof.

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  • 19


    Calle de Real de Alhambra, Granada, AN 18009 Spain
    68 reviews

    I credit visiting the Alhambra as one of the foremost reasons I decided to live in the Middle East for three years. The fact that the Alhambra survived its capture by the Spanish and the Inquisition speaks volumes to how impressive this complex truly is. The Moorish Arches and stalactite ceilings are some of the finest Islamic art in the ...

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  • 20

    Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía

    Calle de Santa Isabel, 52, Madrid, Spain
    63 reviews

    Near the Atocha metro stop, and a short walk from the Prado. This museum is dedicated mostly to Spanish artists. The most famous painting in the collection is probably Guernica. They also have several excellent works of art by Joan Miro

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