11 mentions in Trip for 3 days in Barca
Ghelec S. said, "...Gracia until Plaça de Catalunya - where you can do some shopping in the El Corte Ingles. Do not miss the Parc Güell, another Gaudi work of art and take your time to explore it (give it at least 3-4 hours)...." See More
Nick H. said, "...Cafe. 1 block from Sagrada Familia at corner of Av. Gaudi & Carrer del Rossello. - Hospital de Sant Pau - Parc Güell- Go to the top of the park for the best lookout point over Barcelona - Casa Milà /..." See More
Katarzyna U. said, "...it good to go to some small street and then you will find some nice place. Also you have to visit Parc Güell- park of Gaudi , its magic place, i love it. Yes and of course if you like football,..." See More
Gianna E. said, "...days should be enough to visit the main attractions. La Pedrera , Casa Batlo , Basílica de la Sagrada Família and Parc Güell are a must. The Barri Gotic (Gothic Quarter) Neighborhood is very nice as well... ;)..." See More
Ena K. said, "...the best view, amazing architecture and exciting luna park which is expensive so you might skip that. Also try to see Parc Güell, take an outside look at Casa Batlló and Casa Milà and just keep walking from that street to..." See More
Ana S. said, "...in Barcelona are: eating a paella next to the beach bars on the sand, visit Basílica de la Sagrada Família and Parc Güell and walk to the charming neighbourhoods as El Born, Barri Gotic (Gothic Quarter) or Barcelo Raval...." See More
Sonia Helen P. said, "...they are about 20 euros to enter each one. My personal favorite is Casa Batlló . There is also the famous Parc Güell with the mosaic benches that I believe costs around 8 euros. A gorgeous non-Gaudi building is the Consorci del..." See More
Jacey & Scott M. said, "...places in town, even though they aren't off the beaten path, there is nothing like them anywhere else in the world. Parc Güell; Basílica de la Sagrada Família, Casa Batlló, Catalonia La Pedrera are the absolute must sees......." See More
Hannah E. said, "...I would recommend Parc Güell! You have to do a little walking/hiking up stairs, but the view is fabulous. It originated as a real estate venture gone wrong by Guadi and one of his buddies, Guell. They were designing a nice..." See More
Oksana R. said, "...Gaudi works. Sagrada Família is one of them. So besides that you should definitely visit: Casa Batlló La Pedrera Güell Palace Parc Güell All of them were made by Gaudi. Of course walking root through Barri Gotic will be awesome...." See More
Andrew H. said, "...architect of La Sagrada Familia - Gaude has a few great places to see around Barcelona. Make sure to stop by Parc Güell, it's simply amazing. I'd also recommend, though I never did it but everyone said it was worth the..." See More
Mire M. said, "...Hi, in Barcelona you should see every building made by Gaudí. The most beautiful places i`ve seen are the Casa Batlló Parc Güell La Pedrera Palau de la Música Catalana, and you can find amazing buildings pretty much by just walking around...." See More
Valerie F. said, "...a cheap lunch. The Museums are free on Sundays after 3pm, and some ever offer free admissions on Saturdays after 3pm. Parc Güell, Sagrada Família, Casa Batlló and La Pedrera Apartment can be pricey...all 4 places but the park charge about..." See More
Terry U. said, "...cannot miss the main attractions, mainly several of Antonio Gaudi's buildings such as Sagrada Família, Casa Batlo, La Pedrera (Casa Mila), Parc Güell. Be sure to visit inside these buildings, the rooftops, etc. Walk Las Ramblas, fun place for people watching..." See More
Krista G. said, "...went for four days too, and was able to do a ton on a budget. Here were some of my faves: Parc Güell: the exterior of the amazing park is completely free to enter, and you get great views. You can..." See More
3 mentions in 1st trip to Spain! What can't I miss?
verity t. said, "... Parc Güell above all and then meander back through the streets and get tapas at a local joint - Morryssom (very relaxed and local). Bar Mut is my favourite bar (floor to ceiling bodega) Above all avoid las ramblas and the food..." See More
Krista G. said, "...into four days - and did some things right, and got some things very wrong (buy the Metro pass!) Don't miss: Parc Güell (my fave, above all - and I wasn't even able to get inside the paid portion!)Casa Batlló & La..." See More
3 mentions in Top sites in Barcelona and Mallorca?
Luis A. said, "...Hi, without any doubt you should visit Parc Güell andLa Sagrada Familia as well as La Rambla and the whole old downtown is pretty nice with a lot of narrow fancy streets...." See More
Krista G. said, "...paella, jamon, churros & xiocolato, and sangria.See: Sagrada Família , Arc de Triomf, Font Màgica de Montjuïc, La Pedrera, Casa Batlo, Parc Güell, Museu Picasso, Camp Nou (if you're a football fan), and Barceloneta.Explore: Eixample (lots of high-end shopping, beautiful architecture)..." See More
Rocio A. said, "...Hello Robert! Well all essential in Barcelona are: La Pedrera, Casa Batlo, Sagrada Família and Parc Güell. I also liked a lot Maremagnum, Museu Nacional d'Art de Catalunya, La Boqueriaand La Rambla. You cant miss to visit any of the genius..." See More
3 mentions in Must see/do in Barcelona
Jahn S. said, "...I vote for: Parc Güell Basílica de la Sagrada Família Casa Milà Casa Batlló Plaça Reial For the tapas tour, download my freebie guide on my books homepage: #BCN - by locals..." See More
3 mentions in Ways to Enjoy Barcelona Better
Valerie S. said, "...a great city to spend 3-5 days in--good choice! Here are the touristy answers for you: Be sure to check out Parc Güell, another Gaudi project that offers great views of the whole of Barcelona. Take a long walk up La..." See More
Lindsay R. said, "...You have to go to Parc Güell. It's a park designed by Barcelona's most-loved architect, Guadi and it's full of surprising architecture and statues. One of my very favorite things in Barcelona is La Boqueria. It's a fantastic open-air market where..." See More
Alex M. said, "...there is FCB museum there. Beer: Any one of the xiringuitos (beach bars). Frankly local beer is not very good. Landscape: Parc Güell and Montjuïc for the views of the city. Gran Hotel La Florida offers the best views from Parc de..." See More
3 mentions in What are the top 5 sights I can't miss in Barcelona?
Billy C. said, "...and I think I could stay for weeks. I love the language, the culture, and the architecture. I would check out Parc Güell, Basílica de la Sagrada Família, and all things Gaudi, he has two houses there I believe. There's a..." See More
Krista G. said, "...April. I could have stayed much longer, though! Here are my top five (get tickets to everything in advance): Museu Picasso Parc Güell Casa Batlo Mercat De La BoqueríaFont Màgica de Montjuïc : this free colored light show to music is beautiful!..." See More
Simeon A. said, "...3-4 days are way too few to see even half of Barcelona's must sees. However here's list of some of them: Parc Güell Font MàgicaPoble Espanyol de MontjuicBarcelona ZooLa RamblaLa Barceloneta and one typical place to stop by for some tapas and..." See More
2 mentions in Thing to do in Barcelona?
Krista G. said, "...Love Barcelona! Just went for the first time. Here are a few favorites: Parc Güell La Pedrera and Casa BatllóMercat De La Boquería - the juices are wonderful!Museu Picasso - nearby Demasié is a great place to get a treat.La RamblaBarcelonetaEl Born..." See More
Rocio A. said, "...Vell and Maremagnum. Amazing places to enjoy the sunset. Another Interesting and must see places are: La Pedrera, Casa BatllóSagrada Família, Parc Güell, Museu Nacional d'Art de Catalunya, El Barri Gòtic, Montjuïc, Museu Picasso and Barcelona Cathedral. Barcerlona is a city..." See More
2 mentions in Car park next to Parc Guell?
Lissa P. said, "...The roads near Parc Güell get crowded with tourists on foot and the many buses there and finding street parking will be tough. The closest is parking is for buses only, I believe. There is a parking garage on Career de Massens...." See More
Damian M. said, "...Hi! Location: The Parc Güell is located in Mount Carmel, belonging to the neighborhood "La Salut" of Barcelona (as distinct from "La Salut" of Badalona and its Metro station), in the district of Gràcia. The main park entrance is on the Carrer..." See More
2 mentions in Some general questions and insights on Barcelona
Brenda B. said, "...awe inspiring. Agree you should get your ticket through ticket master ahead of time and do the audio tour. Go to Parc Güell (Gaudi's planned living park), and hit La Pedrera or Casa Batlló (Gaudi designed homes). Head over to El Born;..." See More
Lindsay R. said, "...to the people of Barcelona and you can see several of the other buildings that he designed there, as well as Parc Güell, which features mosaics, sculptures, and more architecture. Back to the Sagrada Familia - the cathedral still isn't done..." See More
2 mentions in Free things to do in Barcelona?
Monika L. said, "...the afternoon - go early morning to secure tickets! Do not bother with Barcelona city card (why - read here: http://www.wanderingveronique.com/?p=2062). Parc Güell is free to wander, but if you want to see famous bench and two buildings - you need to..." See More
Krista G. said, "...EixampleAdmire Gaudi's works from the outside: Sagrada Família (though the ticket for entry is fairly inexpensive), Casa Batlló, La Pedrera and Parc Güell. We only went to the free part of Park Guell, which I regret - but it was still..." See More
Barbara K. said, "...to see the beautiful church (you can also go up to the top for amazing views of the city), Barcelona Cathedral, Parc Güell is a must see for it's over the top architecture and rich design and the Museu Picasso to see..." See More
Laura W. said, "...Sagrada Família. By the way you'll know the Eixample neighborghood which is charming. You should also visit the Gràcia neighborghood and Parc Güell. And, if you have time you can go to Montjuïc. But, mosto of all, you should enjoy the..." See More
2 mentions in 4 days in Spain - Madrid and Barcelona
Emily M. said, "...restaurants they will have the best food :) (Templo de Debod) In Barcelona you should visit Basílica de la Sagrada Família, Parc Güell, La Rambla, Montjuïc fountain show, the gothic quarter but also there are lots of incredible buildings by Gaudi..." See More
Jacey & Scott M. said, "...In Barcelona, we enjoyed visiting most of the sites having to do with Gaudi: Basílica de la Sagrada Família, Casa Batlló, Parc Güell, and La Pedrera. The El Barri Gòtic has great atmosphere and great night life. We enjoyed strolling along..." See More
2 mentions in Tips for Traveling Alone in Barcelona?
Monika L. said, "...you want to see how the Sagrada looked at first and how it was changed and developed by Gaudi. When in Parc Güell do not bother with Gaudi House Museum - few furniture and nothing really exciting. But do go to sit..." See More
Rocio A. said, "...I agree with Brenda. I would add to visit Parc Güell and take some time to walk Port Vell. I will also suggest that you take the "Barcelona Bus Turistic". It is the city's official sightseeing bus and you get on and..." See More
2 mentions in What tourist traps around the world are worth the visit?
james S. said, "...the crowds of camera touting, combat vest wearing guiris who descended on my town every summer i could never pass by Parc Güell or the Basílica de la Sagrada Família without dipping in. Gaudi's architecture is so labyrinthine that I always managed..." See More
2 mentions in The best way to travel in Barcelona
Pamela G. said, "...you need to decide what you want to see. The Gaudi buildings are a must! The most famous...Sagrada Família, La Pedrera, Parc Güell, and Casa Batlló. If Gaudi isn't your thing, make sure you see at least a couple of these...." See More
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Marco P. said, "...be Barcelona and surroundings: great food (tapas, fish and meat dishes and much more), stunning architectures (Basílica de la Sagrada Família, Parc Güell and modern buildings), lively nights, special landscapes (if you take a trip to Montserrat, to the Pyrénées mountains, or..." See More
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