4 things you cannot miss when in Barcelona:

 
Barcelona-Sagrada

1. Architecture of Gaudí

Barcelona is the capital of Modernism, ruled by the majestic architect and designer Antoni Gaudí, whose wonders are scattered around the city. The ever-changing Sagrada Familia is an amazing masterpiece that remains unfinished to this day, making it even more exceptional. The colorfully tessellated Parc Güell, the curving and unique La Pedrera and the iconic balconies of Casa Battló are only some of his other brilliant creations that are true must-sees.

2. Delightful Catalan cuisine

Go on a ‘tapas tour’ to experience the typical Catalan cuisine. You’ll find tapas restaurants all across the city, but try to avoid the Ramblas if you’re looking for a genuine and qualitative cuisine. Barcelona is a paradise for seafood lovers, but meats, fresh vegetables and fruits are a specialty as well. Els 4 Gats is a fixed value in Barcelona, and was one of the main centers of Modernisme. They serve delicious Catalan dishes that Picasso also knew how to appreciate. Catalonia is also one of the most important wine regions of Spain and is well-known for its cava. The city counts several ‘Xampanyerías’, like Can Paixano where you can taste various sorts of delicious cava for very small prizes, alongside some tapas.

Barcelona-Tapas

3. Unique atmosphere

Barcelona is ruled by good vibes, all year round. You can wander through its magnificent streets for hours and you’ll discover countless amazing plaças, nice boutiques, wonderful architecture, magical alleys and a unique Spanish vibrancy. El Raval, El Born and the Gothic Quarter form the heart of this marvelous atmosphere, with Las Ramblas as its artery. This street guarantees a dazzling vibe thanks to the many street entertainers, shopping possibilities and the famous market La Boquería.

4. Vibrant nightlife

Barcelona’s nightlife is among the best in the world and every night there is something to do. There are clubs where you can dance to house music along the beach of Barceloneta, but you’ll also find alternative venues like Razzmatazz and Apolo, and excellent concert halls like Palau de la Música Catalana where you can enjoy majestic classic music.



Fly to Barcelona from €69 with Brussels Airlines

Do you need one final good reason to visit Barcelona? Here you go: from €69 you can already book a return flight to the fascinating Catalan capital. From Monday to Friday flights to El Prat Airport are operated three times a day, while on Saturday there is one flight a day, and on Sundays two.



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