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5 good reasons to go to Barcelona
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Culture and history
The dream-like Sagrada Familia
More than a symbol, the Gothic cathedral is a legend that attracts more than 3 million visitors every year. Its construction began in 1882, led by Antoni Gaudi. Yet it was interrupted several times for lack of funding - and of luck, as the architect ended up being killed by a tram. It is still under construction today!
Strolling through the Citadel park
Even though the Park Güell, with its famous salamander, mosaic benches and magical staircases offers an exceptional view of the whole city, we prefer heading to Ciutadella park to avoid the crowds and move around more freely. Its 17 hectares are home to a lovely zoo (7,500 animals) and a very romantic lake!
Exploring the Picasso museum
In the heart of the Born area, the Picasso museum is little-known yet exceptional. The artist lived in Barcelona in his youth and insisted on setting up a museum there. It boasts close to 3,500 works - some of which are very surprising, such as the Meninas series which reinterprets the works of Diego Vélasquez.
Opium until the early hours
When on holiday in Barcelona, some people are looking to party all night long... Head to Opium for the best party in town! Located by the sea and near the Vila Olimpica, this club can accommodate several hundred people at once. You can enjoy Catalonia’s night life while dancing away to house music.
Panoramic view from the W bar
You cannot miss the imposing W tower overlooking the city, or the amazing Eclipse bar located high up on the 26th floor of the building. With its breath-taking panoramic view, the tower is perfect for enjoying a nice cocktail or a few tapas in a wonderful setting - or for dancing all night long!
The Boqueria market’s many flavours
A few steps away from the Plaça de Catalunya, in the heart of the El Raval area, tourists and locals love wandering through the alleys of this lively and colourful market. The great thing is that the delicious produce sold can be eaten there and then: cured meats, cheeses, pancakes, fresh fruit juice, grilled fish, etc. Delicious!
Tomato on toast!
Without a doubt, this is Barcelona’s iconic dish. Both simple and tasty, pa amb tomàquet - tomatoes on toast - can be eaten throughout the city at any time of the day. Enhanced by a touch of olive oil, this recipe is the symbol of Mediterranean cuisine in this energy-filled city.
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