It's Not Only FC Barcelona! ⚽:Barcelona

The perfect place for you to overwhelm yourself with mixed culture, history, and good old-fashioned fun.

It's Not Only FC Barcelona! ⚽:Barcelona
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Barcelona is a beautiful, vibrant city with plenty to see and do. It's the perfect place to visit if you're looking for a mix of culture, history, and good old-fashioned fun. The city has a great port, plenty of delicious food, and some of the best nightlife in Europe. You'll definitely want to add Barcelona to your travel list!

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With its stunning architecture, rich culture, and delicious food, you'll fall in love with this city in no time. So what are you waiting for?

Maybe some reccommendations:

1. Park Güell

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Park Güell is a favorite among locals and visitors for its unique design and breathtaking views. The park was designed by Antoni Gaudí and is characterized by its tree-shaped columns, undulating forms, and colorful broken tile mosaics.

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It is also notable for its location atop a hill in the middle of the city, which provides stunning views of Barcelona.Come explore one of Antoni Gaudi's most beautiful and well-known creations, and enjoy stunning views of the city while you're at it.

2. Museu Picasso

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Obviously, Museu Picasso is dedicated to the world-renowned artist Pablo Picasso. The museum aims to show the strong emotional bond Picasso had with the city of Barcelona, which was key in his discovery, development, and shaping of his artistic skills. The museum is located in five Medieval palaces and houses 4000 original works by Picasso.

3. Las Rambla & Barcelona Aquarium

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You can also begin your trip with the Barcelona Aquarium. Swimming with the sharks and other sea creatures by walk through the tunnel.  

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Afterwards, you'll have free time to explore Las Ramblas and the surrounding city. You can also shop during this time. If you choose the afternoon departure on Thursday, you'll also be able to see the Montjuic Magic Fountain light show.

4. Fundació Joan Miró

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Catalan painter and sculptor Joan Miró is considered one of the most influential painters in the world from the first half of the 20th century. His work can be seen all over Barcelona, from the 50-meter mosaic he designed in Airport Terminal 2 to the mosaics on La Rambla and the logo of the largest bank in Catalonia, La Caixa.

The Fundació Joan Miró, founded by the artist himself in 1975, is a cultural institution that contains Miró’s largest collection and should be part of any first-time visitor’s itinerary.

5. La Catedral

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Welcome to Barcelona Cathedral! A magnificent building in the heart of the city. The richly decorated main facade, with its gargoyles and stone intricacies, is a unique example of northern European Gothic architecture.

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