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Where to go in Barcelona, where to go in Spain and visit best places in Barcelona

Where to go in Barcelona, Spain and visit the best places in Barcelona. Get inspired by attractive ideas and find tips here.

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Tip 1: Fundació Joan Miró: a permanent collection of the artist's paintings that reveal his creative personality, combined with temporary exhibitions. Some of his sculptural work such as the Bon dia Barcelona.
Tip 2: The Picasso Museum: starting with good works painted when Picasso was still in his teens, and lived and studied in Barcelona. You can also see the various phases of his artistic development and abstract canvases painted shortly before he died. Furthermore you can see prints and ceramics from other artists related to Picasso.
Tip 3: Barcelona Football Club Museum: If you are a football fan this is a must. Watch the Barca past in terms of photographs, audio-visual material, athletic items and all the trophies the club has won over the course of its history like the Europe Cup they won in 1992.
Tip 4: Shopping: Plaza Catalunya / Gothic Quarter, the Barcelona district with the most history. Here we find traditional shops and culture brought together in a harmonious blend. Shopping in this neighbourhood combines with the delight of street performances in a medieval setting. By the Cathedral there is a cluster of antique and art shops, where visitors can delve into different eras of the past.
Tip 5: Barcelona Glories: it houses 230 well-known shops, 3,500 parking spaces, a multiplex cinema, bars and restaurants. It’s also great for kids: there are pathways decorated with laser-triggered jets of collard water that stop temporarily for passers by, there’s plenty of park space, play areas and entertainment such as bouncy castles and trampolines.
Tip 6: Sagrada Familia cathedral: the holy family cathedral the biggest building by Gaudi which is till unfinished today.
Tip 7: The mountains of Tibidabo and Montjuic: an old fortress which once served to watch over the entrance tot the harbour of Barcelona, further down stand several more modern buildings which constituted for the Olympic ring facilities of the 1992 summer Olympic games.
Tip 8: Park Tuell: with unique stone and ceramic monuments and eccentric shapes that remind of elements of nature. The famous dragon you see on pictures of Barcelona is also there. Further there is a colourful terrace from which you'll have beautiful views of the city.
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