Things to do for Business Travelers in Spain 

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    Bus Turístic

    20 reviews

    It might be a cliché, but the Bus Turistic is pretty handy, really. Especially if you’re in Barcelona on business, working during the week and only have one day to really see the city. You could hire a private car, but where’s the fun in that? Reserve your ticket online or buy it ahead of time at your hotel (no ...

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  • 2

    The Prado Museum

    111 reviews

    The Prado Museum is the greatest art museum, with the finest classical art collection, that I've ever had the pleasure of seeing. Viewing the greatest painting in all of human history, Valezquez's "Las Meninas" is worth the price of admission alone.

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  • 3

    Barri Gòtic

    105 reviews

    This is Barcelona's NY's loaded with great restaurants, bars, museums and people watching. Going from Tapas bar to Tapas bar is a great way to bounce around while stopping into bars here and there...

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  • 4

    Parte Vieja

    12 reviews

    I love the old town of San Sebastián! Quaint alleys, vintage shops, relaxing cafés and bars with good wine and pinxos! I love the old architecture and ambiance of this pedestrian place.

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  • 5

    El Corte Inglés

    20 reviews

    This department store is all over Spain and has anything you could ever imagine!

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  • 6


    2 reviews

    When your local colleage invites you to dinner (at his or her home) and you've got no idea what local wine to take, Vinalium is your best bet. The helpful staff is happy to advise on local and international wines for any budget. This is also a great place to find the unique and high quality regional wines to take ...

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  • 7

    Cervantes Rose Garden

    3 reviews

    Take a short stroll up Avinguda Diagonal and find a quiet(ish) refuge at Cervantes Park and Rose Garden. Bring a bag lunch or just a drink and a piece of fruit and give yourself the gift of time away from work and the hustle and bustle of Barcelona. Do yoga stretches, meditate, or just soak up the sun with a ...

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  • 8

    W Barcelona

    2 reviews

    Drink in hand. Sun is setting over the glittering ocean. Warm breeze and palm trees. On a weekend break from dreary, London, this seems almost dream-like. The location is what makes this place. The service is sub-par and the drinks expensive, but still, definitely worth it to kick your shoes off and breath in the sun and sea while enjoying ...

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  • 9


    2 reviews

    There truly is nothing like that experience of zero-gravity provided by the floatation tanks in Flotarium Center. This was my first experience and I'll definitely be back for more! So glad I found this place in Barcelona!!

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  • 10

    The Alcázar

    11 reviews

    The Alcazar dominates the landscape in the city of Toledo. The city the Moroccan influence is one of the best day trips, that can be taken from Madrid.

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  • 11

    Estadio Santiago Bernabeu

    61 reviews

    Home of Real Madrid!!! One of the most popular attractions in Madrid.It even has its own metro stop. Private tour is the only way to experience this and I would book in advance due to the popularity.

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  • 12

    Monte Igeldo

    4 reviews

    Great panoramic view of San Sebastián. You can go up via a funicular but we took the coach to go up the mountain and appreciate the breathtaking panorama of the city. One must not miss the view from the mountain top when visiting the region,

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  • 13

    Casino de Madrid

    4 reviews

    The inside of this building is fantastic 'baroque' design and worth the visit to see it. Restaurant on top is VERY chic, molecular cuisine and the exec chef has 2 Michelin stars. Also outdoor on the terrace has spectacular views. Expensive, so if you're thinking about price don't even go here. But the food and atmosphere is worth it if ...

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  • 14

    Plaça Catalunya

    106 reviews

    В отличие от большинства испанских городов в Барселоне главной по праву считается площадь Каталонии. И не зря. Здесь есть на что посмотреть. Главная ее достопримечательность, как и главная беда - тысячи и десятки тысяч голубей. Must see!

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  • 15

    La Sagrada Família

    433 reviews

    Here are a few lame reasons that I heard advising not to visit the most Stunning La Sagrada Familia (both Inside and Out):. IT'S TOO CROWDED! Gayle and I found the ticket line and the crowds inside to be manageable when were where there in October and about 9 AM. We pretty much avoided the Gift Shop (as a line ...

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  • 16

    Las Ramblas

    281 reviews

    La Rambla is a tree-lined pedestrian mall in central Barcelona, popular with both tourists and locals. I love the side walk cafes and restaurants there and its a great place to hang out and buy your souvenirs.

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  • 17

    Palacio Real

    110 reviews

    Massive royal palace. I think it is the largest palace in Western Europe, which is pretty amazing considering the size of Versailles and some of the other palaces in Europe. The palace is the official residence of the Spanish monarchy, although now they mostly live in Palacio de la Zarzuela, which means you can visit the palace and see all ...

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  • 18

    Plaça Espanya

    63 reviews

    Most of The Barcelona exhibitions are hold in The exposition center at Plaza Espana

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  • 19

    Old City Barcelona

    49 reviews

    We are just 2 blocks to the Old Town. Ideal location to explore this nice area

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  • 20

    Muntanya de Montjuïc

    13 reviews

    Montjuïc is translated as 'Jew Hill' in medieval Catalan, or is perhaps related to the Latin phrase Mons Jovicus ('Hill of Jupiter'). Barcelona's Montjuïc is a broad shallow hill, of which eastern side is almost a sheer cliff, giving it a commanding view over the City's harbour immediately below. The top of the hill was the site of several fortifications, ...

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