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  • 1

    La Sagrada Família

    433 reviews

    I can’t imagine seeing Sagrada Familia not being under construction in my lifetime. But that doesn’t matter, because it’s amazing as it is, and it’s such a rewarding feeling to see it with your own eyes. You can’t stop admiring every little part of this incredible work of art. Being inside, gives you a feeling of partaking in some kind ...

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  • 2

    Park Güell

    281 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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  • 3

    Las Ramblas

    281 reviews

    Lots of street performers and lots of people. There were plenty of little booths along the street, but a lot of repeats of things as well.

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  • 4

    La Boqueria

    201 reviews

    La Boqueria is busy, hectic and overwhelming, but an ideal place for locavores to come to eat, shop and take pictures. Environmentally conscious shoppers can focus on stands offering organic and regionally produced goods (there are great wine, cheese, charcuterie and olive oil shops here) like Organic, aka Organic is Orgasmic, which also has a full restaurant in nearby Raval.

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  • 5

    Camp Nou

    178 reviews

    Camp Nou is the Stadium home of FC Barcelona or Barça. Founded in 1899 by a group of Swiss, English and Catalan footballers, the club has become a symbol of Catalan culture, hence the motto "Més que un club" (More than a club). The official Barça anthem is the "Cant del Barça". Unlike many other football clubs, the supporters own ...

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  • 6

    Casa Milà

    129 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

    111 reviews

    Great place! Free entrance from 18.00 to 20.00. They offer a map with a list of the Masterpieces and their exact location. At least 2 hours are needed for a "brief" visit. The Museum shop closes at 19.30

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  • 8

    Plaza Mayor

    128 reviews

    Plaza Mayor is in the heart of old Madrid. I love that there are tons of cafe's and restaurants here that allow you to witness the parade of characters passing by. Avoid eating in the area,the food is mediocre and expensive.

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  • 9

    Casa Batlló

    105 reviews

    Gaudi incorporated nature into this house and as you walk through you'll definitely see inspirations from underwater scenes and forest scenes. Very cool site.

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  • 10

    Barri Gòtic

    105 reviews

    By far our most frequented area during our week in Barcelona. No matter which direction we walked or which subway stop we got off we ended up here.

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  • 11

    Parque del Buen Retiro

    101 reviews

    E Retiro is a big and beautiful park where you can disconnect from the noisy and always moving city. My favorite spot in the park is the "Palacio de Cristal" and the tiny "lake" next to it.

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  • 12

    Palacio Real

    110 reviews

    Royal palace of Madrid a beautiful palace and garden. Spanish architecture and building never cease to amaze me.You don't have to enter the palace if you just want to take a photo. Just walk down the road a bit and in front of the Cathedral you'll get a good view of the palace.

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  • 13

    Barceloneta Beach

    107 reviews

    Amazing beach in a beautiful city. My sister and I hadn't realized it was a topless beach and were a bit surprised by that aspect... I guess we should have known!

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  • 14

    Puerta del Sol

    100 reviews

    Similar to NYC's Time Square, Puerta del Sol is the central hub for crowds of people to meet up and walk down connecting side streets and alleys to shop, dine, or dance. Regardless of the time of day, there is always some type of activity occurring whether it be public shows or people just relaxing around the fountains.

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  • 15

    Plaça Catalunya

    106 reviews

    This is a nice urban park/plaza just off of La Rambla. There are fountains and statuary here. You will also find lots of pigeons here as well.

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  • 16

    Font Magica de Montjuïc

    88 reviews

    About a 15-20 minute light and water show. It's a nice activity for everyone to enjoy. I got to experience it during Christmas time and many people came to watch the show and hear the music!

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  • 17

    Market of San Miguel

    80 reviews

    Most likely one of the most touristy feeling markets in Madrid, as it is just around the corner from Plaza Mayor and Sol (the city center), Mercado de San Miguel is still a great place to grab a bite to eat, aside from the tourist trap locations a plenty in the area.

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  • 18

    Barcelona Picasso Museum

    85 reviews

    Well hidden in the old town of Barcelona. For proper viewing or for a designated admirer plan at least half a day there. Majority of works on show are from the early years so for anybody just going for the sake of *having gone to the Picasso museum*, it's not worth it.

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  • 19


    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

    63 reviews

    This is an excellent modern art museum which is particularly strong in Spanish artists including Picasso, Gris, Miro and Dali among the most famous names. The building itself was originally a hospital but has been modernized with glass elevator shafts and a glass third level terrace.

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