We headed over to Catalunya to see what this popular seaside city has to offer. We ended up discovering an eclectic mix of funky architecture, distinct neighbourhoods and stretches of golden beaches. It was vibrant, it was stylish, and it was addicting.
It wouldn’t be a proper visit to Barcelona without going to the beach at least once. The neighborhood is serviced by its own stop on the Barcelona Metro (L4). This is a good starting point for whatever itinerary there may be to adventure through La Barceloneta. Enjoy Barcelona and visit Barceloneta Beach by Scooter rental Barcelona Ride On.
So first thing, we headed down to Barceloneta beach, which is popular with locals and travelers who don’t want to trek out too far in search of waves and sandy shores. La Barceloneta is known for its sandy beach (which made an appearance in Don Quixote, book 2) and its many restaurants and nightclubs along the boardwalk. The sun was out, the water was inviting, and the beach was packed.
Teleferic de Montjuic
We took the cable car to Monyjuïc for a look at the city from above. It was a brief journey, but it gave a great perspective of how spread out Barcellona really is. The cable car runs from a lower terminus adjacent to the Montjuïc Park upper station of the Montjuïc funicular, and climbs higher up the Montjuïc hill to a terminal near the Montjuïc Castle on the summit of the hill.
When we finished the riding the cable car and have arrived on top of Montjuic which is a hill located in Barcelona You can get some great views of the city and they also have a lot of differents attractions here.
We’re going to visit “Castell de Montjuic” which is an old fortress here top the city . Over the years the castle of Montjuic has played many roles including military fortress, prison, and now, a museum.
Parc Güell in not your average park. This outdoor space was designed by Antoni Gaudi, and as such, it make you feel like you’ve tumbled down the rabbit hole and suddenly set foot in the world of Alice in Wonderland.
Park Güell is the reflection of Gaudí’s artistic plenitude, which belongs to his naturalist phase (first decade of the 20th century). During this period, the architect perfected his personal style through inspiration from organic shapes
Inside the park you can admire the serpentine mosaics benches, a colonnaded pathway that seems to attract lots of performers, and a colourful salamander made of broken tiles.
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