6 Simple Tips to Experience the Best of Barcelona

Parc Guell Barcelona

Barcelona is the capital of the Catalonia region in Spain. It is known for its one-of-a-kind buildings, charming neighbourhoods and it is one of the most popular destinations among tourists. You can easily spend a week in the city and always find many things to visit. Travelling to a new town can be a life-changing experience. Start your travel armed with these top tips so you can experience the best of Barcelona.

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Spring Festivals in Barcelona – Sant Jordi Day

Sant Jordi day Barcelona airport transfer

Spring is the perfect season to visit Barcelona. The weather is warm with ideal temperature and the city is full of events. Barcelona is a vibrant city, but during the spring festivals, you can feel a special energy spread over the city. The Sant Jordi day is one of the most popular festivals held on 23rd of April. It’s a celebration of love and books, with a long tradition.

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Barcelona city break guide

Barcelona city break guide

Barcelona is a charming Mediterranean city that has everything you need for an unforgettable holiday: vibrant lifestyle, lots of sunshine, impressive architecture and art, delicious food. The grandiose buildings designed by Gaudi are the most recognizable landmarks in Barcelona while the Gothic facades around the city are not to be missed. Whether you’re going on a holiday or attending the Mobile World Congress, this guide will help you to get familiar with the Barcelona airport transfer options and getting around the city, as well as the top attractions, places to eat and shopping areas.

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Barcelona visit in a unique way

Local taxi driver's guide to Barcelona Parc del Laberint d'Horta

Barcelona is a city with an exquisite charm, tremendous culture, famous architecture and impeccable cuisine. When you visit Barcelona, probably the first things you would like to see are Gaudi’s buildings, Pablo Picasso’s works and of course, the Camp Nou stadium. If you wander around the streets of Barcelona, you may find interesting spots away from the tourist noise.

We started our series of posts „Local taxi driver’s guide“ with the little-known sites of Rome and now, we’re going to visit Barcelona. So, if you have more time and wish to explore beyond the famous tourist attractions, our local taxi driver Alvaro will take you on a special tour.
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