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The Barrio Gotico. 
Barcelona🇪🇸 The gothic quarter is the medieval city of Barcelona. It grew around the ancient Roman town of Barcino which is Barcelona's oldest area. The gothic part of the city has many beautiful churches, plazas, markets and museums and you can see parts of the old Roman walls. If you visit the Barcelona history musuem Museu d'Història de la Ciutat you can see remains of Roman Barcino houses and streets under the museum. The gothic quarter is free to visit and best seen on foot because tour buses cannot drive through the narrow streets. There are no dangerous areas in the Gothic quarter, but be aware of Barcelona pickpockets. Also worth visiting is the neighbouring medieval areas of Barcelona's old city called El Born, Barceloneta and Raval.

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The Barrio Gotico. 
Barcelona🇪🇸 The gothic quarter is the medieval city of Barcelona. It grew around the ancient Roman town of Barcino which is Barcelona's oldest area. The gothic part of the city has many beautiful churches, plazas, markets and museums and you can see parts of the old Roman walls. If you visit the Barcelona history musuem Museu d'Història de la Ciutat you can see remains of Roman Barcino houses and streets under the museum. The gothic quarter is free to visit and best seen on foot because tour buses cannot drive through the narrow streets. There are no dangerous areas in the Gothic quarter, but be aware of Barcelona pickpockets. Also worth visiting is the neighbouring medieval areas of Barcelona's old city called El Born, Barceloneta and Raval.

Stay tuned🧡

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37 0 9 hours ago
La Rambla street.
Barcelona🇪🇸 Also called Las Ramblas because it consists of diffferent sections. The Spanish poet Federico García Lorca said 'It is the only street in the world which I wish would never end' and it almost doesn't because it now continues into Port Vell marina La Rambla starts at central square Plaza Catalunya and ends at the Columbus monument at the Port Vell marina. La Rambla it is not a spectacular attraction in any way, but very pleasant to stroll down and feel the human heartbeat of Barcelona. La Rambla is also called Las Ramblas because different stretches of the street have different names. La Rambla is safe to visit, however, be careful of pickpockets on La Rambla and in nearby Metro stations. In the early hours of the morning from 2 - 4am be wary on the lower part of La Rambla near the harbour. 
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La Rambla street.
Barcelona🇪🇸 Also called Las Ramblas because it consists of diffferent sections. The Spanish poet Federico García Lorca said 'It is the only street in the world which I wish would never end' and it almost doesn't because it now continues into Port Vell marina La Rambla starts at central square Plaza Catalunya and ends at the Columbus monument at the Port Vell marina. La Rambla it is not a spectacular attraction in any way, but very pleasant to stroll down and feel the human heartbeat of Barcelona. La Rambla is also called Las Ramblas because different stretches of the street have different names. La Rambla is safe to visit, however, be careful of pickpockets on La Rambla and in nearby Metro stations. In the early hours of the morning from 2 - 4am be wary on the lower part of La Rambla near the harbour.
Stay tuned🧡

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28 0 19 July, 2019
The Font Mágica Fountain. 
Barcelona 🇪🇸 The Magic Fountain is a 'must see' Barcelona attraction. You have never seen a fountain like this. It really does feel magic to experience the beautiful show of water, light and music. 
The Magic fountain was built in 1929 as one of the main attractions for the 1929 Barcelona World Fair and the Font Magica is still one of the most famous places in Barcelona with an estimated 2.5 million visitors annually. 
In the winter the fountain only has evening water and light shows on Friday and Saturdays. In the summer the evening light and music show are from Thursday to Sunday. 
Stay tuned🧡

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The Font Mágica Fountain.
Barcelona 🇪🇸 The Magic Fountain is a 'must see' Barcelona attraction. You have never seen a fountain like this. It really does feel magic to experience the beautiful show of water, light and music.
The Magic fountain was built in 1929 as one of the main attractions for the 1929 Barcelona World Fair and the Font Magica is still one of the most famous places in Barcelona with an estimated 2.5 million visitors annually.
In the winter the fountain only has evening water and light shows on Friday and Saturdays. In the summer the evening light and music show are from Thursday to Sunday.
Stay tuned🧡

#traveligram #barcelona #traveler #traveldiaries #travellife #traveling #travelblogger #travelingram #spain🇪🇸 #visitspain #musuem #nature #travelmaniac_stroller #mysparklingthoughts #travelphotography #travellingthroughtheworld #travelbug #travelholic #travel #travelgram #traveling #spain #travelblogger #insta #bestoftheday #visitbarcelona #like4likes #instatraveling #world #travelers #thursday #travellife

36 0 18 July, 2019
La Sagrada Familia temple. Barcelona 🇪🇸 At the top of any list of Barcelona Top Ten Tourist Attractions you will always find the fabulous and still unfinished church of La Sagrada Familia which was designed by Antoni Gaudi in 1882. 
This unique and breathtaking construction is Barcelona's most famous tourist attraction and the most visited attraction in Spain. It is like no other cathedral in the world and is rated as one of the world's top attractions by Tripadvisor users worldwide. Over 20 architects and 200 building workers are employed here.

3 million visitors a year means long lines to visit the spectacular interior, (plan on 1-2 hours to see the inside) and we recommendyou pre-buy skip-the-line tickets especially in peak vacation times. 
History of Sagrada Familia. The foundation stone was laid in the year 1882. At that time the land around the basilica was mostly fields. This temple was designed by famous Catalan/Spanish architecht Antoni Gaudi. The hope is that it will be finished in 2026. 
The interior opened in 2012. The natural light through the windows in the morning and afternoon is stunning. The exterior is still under construction and currently at around 75% completion with only 8 of the planned 18 spires completed. 
The goal is to complete the Sagrada familia in the year 2026 to mark the 100th anniversary of Gaudi's death in 1926. This will be 144 years after building was started. 
Gaudi died tragically in 1926 after being hit by a tram. At the time of Gaudi's death only the nativity facade being built. Gaudi knew that he would not live to finish the temple and once famously said, 'My client is not in a hurry' by this he was referring to God as his client. 
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La Sagrada Familia temple. Barcelona 🇪🇸 At the top of any list of Barcelona Top Ten Tourist Attractions you will always find the fabulous and still unfinished church of La Sagrada Familia which was designed by Antoni Gaudi in 1882.
This unique and breathtaking construction is Barcelona's most famous tourist attraction and the most visited attraction in Spain. It is like no other cathedral in the world and is rated as one of the world's top attractions by Tripadvisor users worldwide. Over 20 architects and 200 building workers are employed here.

3 million visitors a year means long lines to visit the spectacular interior, (plan on 1-2 hours to see the inside) and we recommendyou pre-buy skip-the-line tickets especially in peak vacation times.
History of Sagrada Familia. The foundation stone was laid in the year 1882. At that time the land around the basilica was mostly fields. This temple was designed by famous Catalan/Spanish architecht Antoni Gaudi. The hope is that it will be finished in 2026.
The interior opened in 2012. The natural light through the windows in the morning and afternoon is stunning. The exterior is still under construction and currently at around 75% completion with only 8 of the planned 18 spires completed.
The goal is to complete the Sagrada familia in the year 2026 to mark the 100th anniversary of Gaudi's death in 1926. This will be 144 years after building was started.
Gaudi died tragically in 1926 after being hit by a tram. At the time of Gaudi's death only the nativity facade being built. Gaudi knew that he would not live to finish the temple and once famously said, 'My client is not in a hurry' by this he was referring to God as his client.
Stay tuned🧡

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32 3 17 July, 2019
Park guell
Barcelona🇪🇸 Round off your Gaudí experience with a trip to this garden complex on Carmel Hill.

Many make the trip to this part of Gràcia for those gorgeous panoramas over Barcelona from the park’s main terrace.

You’ll have seen these serpentine benches and their mosaics on postcards and in movies.

Elsewhere there are colonnades, fountains and sculptures, all in the architect’s distinctive style.

If you still haven’t had enough Gaudí you can enter his House-Museum, where he lived from 1906 to 1926, with furniture and decorative items designed by him on display.
Stay tuned🧡

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Park guell
Barcelona🇪🇸 Round off your Gaudí experience with a trip to this garden complex on Carmel Hill.

Many make the trip to this part of Gràcia for those gorgeous panoramas over Barcelona from the park’s main terrace.

You’ll have seen these serpentine benches and their mosaics on postcards and in movies.

Elsewhere there are colonnades, fountains and sculptures, all in the architect’s distinctive style.

If you still haven’t had enough Gaudí you can enter his House-Museum, where he lived from 1906 to 1926, with furniture and decorative items designed by him on display.
Stay tuned🧡

#traveligram #barcelona #traveler #traveldiaries #travellife #traveling #travelblogger #travelingram #spain🇪🇸 #visitspain #musuem #nature #travelmaniac_stroller #mysparklingthoughts #travelphotography #travellingthroughtheworld #travelbug #travelholic #travel #travelgram #traveling #spain #travelblogger #insta #bestoftheday #visitbarcelona #like4likes #instatraveling #world #travelers #tuesday #travellife #fun

28 0 16 July, 2019
Barcelona🇪🇸 La Boqueria

This is an iconic sight and educational experience in one. There’s been a Boqueria market in Barcelona since medieval times, though this exact spot has only witnessed trade for about 200 years.

That elegant and distinctive iron and glass roof you’ll see was put up in 1914.

Whether you want to do some food shopping or just take in the sights and sounds of a bustling urban market it’s a real eye-opener.

It’s a grid of permanent stalls selling fruits, vegetables, cold meats, cheese as well as olive products.

The whole market converges on an oval plan of fishmongers in the centre.

Cool off with a beer and a tapa at one of the market’s bars.

Stay tuned🧡

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Barcelona🇪🇸 La Boqueria

This is an iconic sight and educational experience in one. There’s been a Boqueria market in Barcelona since medieval times, though this exact spot has only witnessed trade for about 200 years.

That elegant and distinctive iron and glass roof you’ll see was put up in 1914.

Whether you want to do some food shopping or just take in the sights and sounds of a bustling urban market it’s a real eye-opener.

It’s a grid of permanent stalls selling fruits, vegetables, cold meats, cheese as well as olive products.

The whole market converges on an oval plan of fishmongers in the centre.

Cool off with a beer and a tapa at one of the market’s bars.

Stay tuned🧡

#traveligram #barcelona #traveler #traveldiaries #travellife #traveling #travelblogger #travelingram #spain🇪🇸 #visitspain #musuem #nature #travelmaniac_stroller #mysparklingthoughts #travelphotography #travellingthroughtheworld #travelbug #travelholic #travel #travelgram #traveling #spain #travelblogger #insta #bestoftheday #visitbarcelona #like4likes #instatraveling #world #travelers #market #marketplace #travellife

31 0 15 July, 2019
I love to coming around the sea and feel that cold wind through my skin, my whole body stumbled and help me to realise all the emotions which i carry inside my heart. "Beaches always have the beautiful memories of every person." at the end of the every misery or at the beginning of every happiness. everyone just wants to go at seashore for peace of mind or a celebration of their life.  so just put aside all the worry and travel to the place which helps you to touch your own heart through feeling, emotions and love.💛😇 #mysparklingthoughts 
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I love to coming around the sea and feel that cold wind through my skin, my whole body stumbled and help me to realise all the emotions which i carry inside my heart. "Beaches always have the beautiful memories of every person." at the end of the every misery or at the beginning of every happiness. everyone just wants to go at seashore for peace of mind or a celebration of their life. so just put aside all the worry and travel to the place which helps you to touch your own heart through feeling, emotions and love.💛😇 #mysparklingthoughts
#travelmaniac_stroller #beach #seaside #traveler #travelingram #instatravel #like4likes #author #writersofig #writterdiaries #travelblogger #travelbug #instagramers #instadaily #travelling #quotesofinstagram #bestoftheday

48 0 14 July, 2019
City Beaches! Barcelona 🇪🇸 Barcelona’s beachfront boardwalk stretches for miles. It will take a good hour to get from Barceloneta to Diagonal Mar on foot, but it’s a walk that really helps you understand the city.

The westernmost beaches like Sant Sebastià are busier and more touristy, but are backed by Barceloneta’s tight lattice of trendy shops and bars with terraces and outdoor seating.

As you move along the waterfront after the Olympic Port you’ll find a bit more room and more Barcelona locals.

Finally, just up from Platja de Llevant is the massive and new Diagonal Mar mall, revitalising a former industrial part of the city

Stay tuned🧡
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City Beaches! Barcelona 🇪🇸 Barcelona’s beachfront boardwalk stretches for miles. It will take a good hour to get from Barceloneta to Diagonal Mar on foot, but it’s a walk that really helps you understand the city.

The westernmost beaches like Sant Sebastià are busier and more touristy, but are backed by Barceloneta’s tight lattice of trendy shops and bars with terraces and outdoor seating.

As you move along the waterfront after the Olympic Port you’ll find a bit more room and more Barcelona locals.

Finally, just up from Platja de Llevant is the massive and new Diagonal Mar mall, revitalising a former industrial part of the city

Stay tuned🧡
#traveligram #barcelona #traveler #traveldiaries #travellife #traveling #travelblogger #travelingram #spain🇪🇸 #visitspain  #musuem #nature #travelmaniac_stroller #mysparklingthoughts #travelphotography #travellingthroughtheworld #travelbug #travelholic #travel #travelgram #traveling #spain #travelblogger #insta #bestoftheday #visitbarcelona #like4likes #instatraveling #world #travelers #wednesday #travellife #beach

42 0 14 July, 2019
Barcelona is a very safe city for tourists to visit. Barcelonahas very little violent crime during the day or the night. ... Pickpockets are the biggest crime problem in Barcelona, but if you take some simple precautions then you can avoid becoming a victim of pickpocket crime.

Although Barcelona is considered safe fortourists, there are many pick-pockets and bag thieves in Barcelona areas with popular tourist attractions. ... Other areas of the city generally does not have problems with pickpockets except near major tourist attractions.

And when it comes to coming in the city carelessly than here,  Transportation is excellent, with an easy to use metro system, an extensive network of regular and fast buses, supplemented by a tram service, commuter trains and taxis making it easy to make the most out of the visit.

Stay tuned🧡

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Barcelona is a very safe city for tourists to visit. Barcelonahas very little violent crime during the day or the night. ... Pickpockets are the biggest crime problem in Barcelona, but if you take some simple precautions then you can avoid becoming a victim of pickpocket crime.

Although Barcelona is considered safe fortourists, there are many pick-pockets and bag thieves in Barcelona areas with popular tourist attractions. ... Other areas of the city generally does not have problems with pickpockets except near major tourist attractions.

And when it comes to coming in the city carelessly than here,  Transportation is excellent, with an easy to use metro system, an extensive network of regular and fast buses, supplemented by a tram service, commuter trains and taxis making it easy to make the most out of the visit.

Stay tuned🧡

#traveligram #barcelona #traveler #traveldiaries #travellife #traveling #travelblogger #travelingram #spain🇪🇸 #visitspain #musuem #nature #travelmaniac_stroller #mysparklingthoughts #travelphotography #travellingthroughtheworld #travelbug #travelholic #travel #travelgram #traveling #spain #travelblogger #insta #bestoftheday #visitbarcelona #like4likes #instatraveling #world #travelers #wednesday #travellife

40 1 13 July, 2019
Barcelona 🇪🇸 Barcelona city is one of a kind.
Barcelona is home to masterpieces of many great architects. The most famous of which is Antoni Gaudí. Gaudí's work is admired by architects around the World as being one of the most unique and distinctive styles in modern architecture.
One of his most well know works, La Sagrada Família, is a giant basilica.
Many great painters and artists worked here at some time and their influence is still evident throughout the city. Two of which are Picasso and Miró who have museums dedicated to some of their more important works. There are also dozens of other museums and art galleries dotted all around the city so you'll always have plenty of art to experience whilst here
Few European cities can offer you the wide diversity of cultural experience that you'll find here in Barcelona. Couple that with the luxury of 4.2 km of beach only a short walk from the city centre, warm sunshine most of the year, you have all the makings of a complete holiday in Spain.

And if you Should you ever find yourself suffering from art and culture overload then you can spend the day recovering on one of Barcelona's sandy beaches only a short stroll from the city centre. Order a sangria at one of the bars and kick off your shoes, sit back and soak up the sun, sea and the view :-). Stay tuned🧡

#traveligram #barcelona #traveler #traveldiaries #travellife #traveling#travelblogger #travelingram #spain🇪🇸 #visitspain  #musuem #nature #travelmaniac_stroller #mysparklingthoughts #travelphotography #travellingthroughtheworld #travelbug #travelholic #travel #travelgram #traveling #spain #travelblogger #insta #bestoftheday #visitbarcelona #like4likes #instatraveling #world #travelers #wednesday #travellife

Barcelona 🇪🇸 Barcelona city is one of a kind.
Barcelona is home to masterpieces of many great architects. The most famous of which is Antoni Gaudí. Gaudí's work is admired by architects around the World as being one of the most unique and distinctive styles in modern architecture.
One of his most well know works, La Sagrada Família, is a giant basilica.
Many great painters and artists worked here at some time and their influence is still evident throughout the city. Two of which are Picasso and Miró who have museums dedicated to some of their more important works. There are also dozens of other museums and art galleries dotted all around the city so you'll always have plenty of art to experience whilst here
Few European cities can offer you the wide diversity of cultural experience that you'll find here in Barcelona. Couple that with the luxury of 4.2 km of beach only a short walk from the city centre, warm sunshine most of the year, you have all the makings of a complete holiday in Spain.

And if you Should you ever find yourself suffering from art and culture overload then you can spend the day recovering on one of Barcelona's sandy beaches only a short stroll from the city centre. Order a sangria at one of the bars and kick off your shoes, sit back and soak up the sun, sea and the view :-). Stay tuned🧡

#traveligram #barcelona #traveler #traveldiaries #travellife #traveling #travelblogger #travelingram #spain🇪🇸 #visitspain #musuem #nature #travelmaniac_stroller #mysparklingthoughts #travelphotography #travellingthroughtheworld #travelbug #travelholic #travel #travelgram #traveling #spain #travelblogger #insta #bestoftheday #visitbarcelona #like4likes #instatraveling #world #travelers #wednesday #travellife

28 0 12 July, 2019
Barcelona🇪🇸 Barcelona is one of Spain’s most incredible cities, thanks to its otherworldly Gaudí architecture, sunny coastal location right on the beach, delicious wine and tasty tapas. Here are few things you should know before visiting so you can make the most of your time there.

Las Ramblas Is Touristy and Overcrowded. ... Buy Tickets for Tourist Attractions Online. ... Check the Time With the Sun. ... Stroll Through the Secret Labyrinth Park. ... Skip La Boqueria and Head to More Local Mercados. ... See Something Weird at a Wacky Museum. ... Visit an Underground Air-Raid Shelter. ... Go Beyond La Sagrada Família.

Stay tuned🧡

#traveligram #barcelona #traveler #traveldiaries #travellife #traveling#travelblogger #travelingram #spain🇪🇸 #visitspain  #musuem #nature #travelmaniac_stroller #mysparklingthoughts #travelphotography #travellingthroughtheworld #travelbug #travelholic #travel #travelgram #traveling #spain #travelblogger #insta #bestoftheday #visitbarcelona #like4likes #instatraveling #world #travelers #wednesday #travellife

Barcelona🇪🇸 Barcelona is one of Spain’s most incredible cities, thanks to its otherworldly Gaudí architecture, sunny coastal location right on the beach, delicious wine and tasty tapas. Here are few things you should know before visiting so you can make the most of your time there.

Las Ramblas Is Touristy and Overcrowded. ... Buy Tickets for Tourist Attractions Online. ... Check the Time With the Sun. ... Stroll Through the Secret Labyrinth Park. ... Skip La Boqueria and Head to More Local Mercados. ... See Something Weird at a Wacky Museum. ... Visit an Underground Air-Raid Shelter. ... Go Beyond La Sagrada Família.

Stay tuned🧡

#traveligram #barcelona #traveler #traveldiaries #travellife #traveling #travelblogger #travelingram #spain🇪🇸 #visitspain  #musuem  #nature #travelmaniac_stroller #mysparklingthoughts #travelphotography #travellingthroughtheworld #travelbug #travelholic #travel #travelgram #traveling #spain  #travelblogger #insta #bestoftheday #visitbarcelona #like4likes #instatraveling #world #travelers #wednesday #travellife

31 4 11 July, 2019
Hey, Dear July.💚🌾 As you are the month of summer radiant glory and allow us to connect with nature. This year just give our heart a chance to connect with the outside beauty of this earth, give us a hope that warmth of love is on our way. and We will shine like bright sunshine with confidence and smile. do not allow uncertain thoughts to break the happiness of our heart.

Just allow us to go out and play in the lap of nature. Allow us to feel the cold wind and strong sunlight & Teach us to spread the love like greenery around every corner of the earth.

This July cherish those few who feed the little bird within. who accept and never judge or make demands. who will not ever try to cage your beautiful wild soul 🌿
💚🌾🍂🌱🍁🌿🌞🧡 #mysparklingthoughts 
#july #naturephotography #naturelovers #summertime #summer #instalike #instagram #instadaily #instathought #bestoftheday #photooftheday #like4likes #naturelover #beautifullife #beauty #inspiration #july #travelingram #enjoylife #explore #green #instanaturelover #mountains #river #mothernature #camping #wildlife #hike

Hey, Dear July.💚🌾 As you are the month of summer radiant glory and allow us to connect with nature. This year just give our heart a chance to connect with the outside beauty of this earth, give us a hope that warmth of love is on our way. and We will shine like bright sunshine with confidence and smile. do not allow uncertain thoughts to break the happiness of our heart.

Just allow us to go out and play in the lap of nature. Allow us to feel the cold wind and strong sunlight & Teach us to spread the love like greenery around every corner of the earth.

This July cherish those few who feed the little bird within. who accept and never judge or make demands. who will not ever try to cage your beautiful wild soul 🌿
💚🌾🍂🌱🍁🌿🌞🧡 #mysparklingthoughts
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59 0 10 July, 2019
Barcelona 🇪🇸 Now there is a one question raised that which language the people of Barcelona preferred to speak. and should they can understand English there?  So, friends don't worry about that. because If you want to Visit Barcelona and you can speak English well, than you might not face communication issue there.  Because 
English is quite widely spoken in Barcelona, especially in the tourist industry and by many young Spanish/Catalan people. Taxi drivers generally do not speak much English and the older generation generally do not speak very much English. Barcelona has many expats most of whom speak English.

And yeah, before you decided to visit this City, You must need to know few things about the Barcelona Like, 
Which will going to discuss in our next post.

Stay tuned🧡

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Barcelona 🇪🇸 Now there is a one question raised that which language the people of Barcelona preferred to speak. and should they can understand English there? So, friends don't worry about that. because If you want to Visit Barcelona and you can speak English well, than you might not face communication issue there. Because
English is quite widely spoken in Barcelona, especially in the tourist industry and by many young Spanish/Catalan people. Taxi drivers generally do not speak much English and the older generation generally do not speak very much English. Barcelona has many expats most of whom speak English.

And yeah, before you decided to visit this City, You must need to know few things about the Barcelona Like,
Which will going to discuss in our next post.

Stay tuned🧡

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32 2 10 July, 2019
Now there is another question raised, that which time is best for visiting Barcelon?

Then.. Barcelona is blessed with a benign Mediterranean climate. Early summer and fall are ideal times to visit, especially May to June and September to October. Even in the winter, days are crisp to cold (due to the mountains there)but often sunny. Snow is rare and never lasts more than a day or two.

Most of the rainfall occurs in April, but some quite spectacular storms, as is typical of the Mediterranean, can occur all year round. July and August are hot and humid, even at night, as the temperature often only drops minimally. The surrounding sea is warm enough to swim in from the end of June to early October. Inland, the temperatures drop slightly, as does the humidity. North on the Costa Brava, a strong wind known as the tramontana often blows, refreshing in summer, chill in winter.

August is the major vacation month in Europe. The traffic to Spain from France, the Netherlands, and Germany becomes a veritable migration, and low-cost hotels along the coastal areas are virtually impossible to find unless booked well in advance. To compound the problem, many restaurants and shops also decide it's time for a vacation, thereby limiting the visitors' selections for both dining and shopping.

Barcelonans also head out of town for cooler climes, leaving tourists to enjoy the city for themselves. Barcelona is also a major international trade fair and conference destination. These happen throughout the year, so if you plan to stay in a mid- to high-range hotel book ahead of time. In fact, Barcelona is officially Spain's most popular destination, so tourism is pretty much all year round.

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Now there is another question raised, that which time is best for visiting Barcelon?

Then.. Barcelona is blessed with a benign Mediterranean climate. Early summer and fall are ideal times to visit, especially May to June and September to October. Even in the winter, days are crisp to cold (due to the mountains there)but often sunny. Snow is rare and never lasts more than a day or two.

Most of the rainfall occurs in April, but some quite spectacular storms, as is typical of the Mediterranean, can occur all year round. July and August are hot and humid, even at night, as the temperature often only drops minimally. The surrounding sea is warm enough to swim in from the end of June to early October. Inland, the temperatures drop slightly, as does the humidity. North on the Costa Brava, a strong wind known as the tramontana often blows, refreshing in summer, chill in winter.

August is the major vacation month in Europe. The traffic to Spain from France, the Netherlands, and Germany becomes a veritable migration, and low-cost hotels along the coastal areas are virtually impossible to find unless booked well in advance. To compound the problem, many restaurants and shops also decide it's time for a vacation, thereby limiting the visitors' selections for both dining and shopping.

Barcelonans also head out of town for cooler climes, leaving tourists to enjoy the city for themselves. Barcelona is also a major international trade fair and conference destination. These happen throughout the year, so if you plan to stay in a mid- to high-range hotel book ahead of time. In fact, Barcelona is officially Spain's most popular destination, so tourism is pretty much all year round.

Stay tuned for know more information about Barcelona.🧡 #mysparklingthoughts #travelmaniac_stroller #traveligram #barcelona #traveler #traveldiaries #travellife #traveling #travelblogger #travelingram #spain🇪🇸 #visitspain  #musuem  #nature # #travelmaniac_stroller #mysparklingthoughts #travelphotography #travellingthroughtheworld #travelbug #travelholic #travel #travelgram #traveling #spain  #travelblogger #insta #bestoftheday #visitbarcelona

30 0 9 July, 2019
Barcelona 🇪🇸 If you have a question in your mind that should I have to visit Barcelona or not ?

Then the answer is  yes, then Barcelona is definitely worth a visit. Barcelona has a wide variety of tourist attractions, even more so than Madrid. Think La Sagrada Familia, Las Ramblas, the Gothic Quarter, Park Guell and the long, wide beaches facing the Mediterranean Sea.

And as tourist you will feel safe there. As Tourists are generally safe in Barcelona - They can walk in safety and can use public transport safely. Violent crime is very rare inBarcelona and it is considered very safe to walk the streets day and night. Public transport, metro and taxis are considered safe and reliable.

And in just 4 days within in Barcelona, you will have enough time to see the main sights and build in some more authentic experiences of the city. You will also have some time to just chill on the beach or in the parks. So if you are planning to make your week super duper Amazing. Barcelona is waiting for you.

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Barcelona 🇪🇸 If you have a question in your mind that should I have to visit Barcelona or not ?

Then the answer is  yes, then Barcelona is definitely worth a visit. Barcelona has a wide variety of tourist attractions, even more so than Madrid. Think La Sagrada Familia, Las Ramblas, the Gothic Quarter, Park Guell and the long, wide beaches facing the Mediterranean Sea.

And as tourist you will feel safe there. As Tourists are generally safe in Barcelona - They can walk in safety and can use public transport safely. Violent crime is very rare inBarcelona and it is considered very safe to walk the streets day and night. Public transport, metro and taxis are considered safe and reliable.

And in just 4 days within in Barcelona, you will have enough time to see the main sights and build in some more authentic experiences of the city. You will also have some time to just chill on the beach or in the parks. So if you are planning to make your week super duper Amazing. Barcelona is waiting for you.

Stay tuned for know more information about Barcelona.🧡 #mysparklingthoughts #travelmaniac_stroller #traveligram #barcelona #traveler #traveldiaries #travellife #traveling #travelblogger #travelingram #spain🇪🇸 #visitspain  #musuem  #nature # #travelmaniac_stroller #mysparklingthoughts #travelphotography #travellingthroughtheworld #travelbug #travelholic #travel #travelgram #traveling #spain  #travelblogger #insta #bestoftheday #visitbarcelona

30 0 8 July, 2019
Barcelona 🇪🇸 The Barcelona metropolitan area comprises over 66% of the people of Catalonia, one of the richer regions in Europe and the fourth richest region per capita in Spain, with a GDPper capita amounting to €28,400 (16% more than the EU average). The greater Barcelona metropolitan area had a GDP amounting to $177 billion (equivalent to $34,821 in per capita terms, 44% more than the EU average), making it the 4th most economically powerful city by gross GDP in the European Union, and 35th in the world in 2009.Barcelona city had a very high GDP of €80,894 per head in 2004, according to Eurostat.Furthermore, Barcelona was Europe's fourth best business city and fastest improving European city, with growth improved by 17% per year as of 2009.
Barcelona was the 24th most "livable city" in the world in 2015 according to lifestyle magazine Monocle.Similarly, according to Innovation Analysts 2thinknow, Barcelona occupies 13th place in the world on Innovation Cities™ Global Index.
Barcelona has a long-standing mercantile tradition. Less well known is that the city industrialised early, taking off in 1833, when Catalonia's already sophisticated textile industry began to use steam power. It became the first and most important industrial city in the Mediterranean basin. Since then, manufacturing has played a large role in its history.

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Barcelona 🇪🇸 The Barcelona metropolitan area comprises over 66% of the people of Catalonia, one of the richer regions in Europe and the fourth richest region per capita in Spain, with a GDPper capita amounting to €28,400 (16% more than the EU average). The greater Barcelona metropolitan area had a GDP amounting to $177 billion (equivalent to $34,821 in per capita terms, 44% more than the EU average), making it the 4th most economically powerful city by gross GDP in the European Union, and 35th in the world in 2009.Barcelona city had a very high GDP of €80,894 per head in 2004, according to Eurostat.Furthermore, Barcelona was Europe's fourth best business city and fastest improving European city, with growth improved by 17% per year as of 2009.
Barcelona was the 24th most "livable city" in the world in 2015 according to lifestyle magazine Monocle.Similarly, according to Innovation Analysts 2thinknow, Barcelona occupies 13th place in the world on Innovation Cities™ Global Index.
Barcelona has a long-standing mercantile tradition. Less well known is that the city industrialised early, taking off in 1833, when Catalonia's already sophisticated textile industry began to use steam power. It became the first and most important industrial city in the Mediterranean basin. Since then, manufacturing has played a large role in its history.

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24 1 7 July, 2019
Barcelona 🇪🇸 A natural strategic location

The city of Barcelona is located at a strategic geographical point on the Mediterranean coast of the Iberian peninsula, protected by the Serra de Collserola mountain range, delimited by two river deltas and with privileged natural surroundings. This has given rise to its sustainable growth: the city has become a grand European metropolis that is integrated into its surroundings.

Between two rivers

Barcelona has prospered on slightly inclined land that extends between two deltas, those of the Besòs River, to the north-east, and the Llobregat River, to the south-east, which is separated from the city by Montjuïc Mountain, rising 184 metres above sea level and forming one of the city's largest garden areas. The city is also protected by the Serra de Collserola mountain range, which covers 8,000 hectares at the city's rear. This extensive green area was declared a natural park in 2010, and its highest point is Tibidabo Mountain, at an altitude of 516 metres. There are seventurons, or hills, in the upper part of the city, namely Peira, Carmel, Rovira, Creueta del Coll, Putxet, Monterols and Modolell. These hills, which have all been urbanised, have become green areas that have wonderful views of the city.

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Barcelona 🇪🇸 A natural strategic location

The city of Barcelona is located at a strategic geographical point on the Mediterranean coast of the Iberian peninsula, protected by the Serra de Collserola mountain range, delimited by two river deltas and with privileged natural surroundings. This has given rise to its sustainable growth: the city has become a grand European metropolis that is integrated into its surroundings.

Between two rivers

Barcelona has prospered on slightly inclined land that extends between two deltas, those of the Besòs River, to the north-east, and the Llobregat River, to the south-east, which is separated from the city by Montjuïc Mountain, rising 184 metres above sea level and forming one of the city's largest garden areas. The city is also protected by the Serra de Collserola mountain range, which covers 8,000 hectares at the city's rear. This extensive green area was declared a natural park in 2010, and its highest point is Tibidabo Mountain, at an altitude of 516 metres. There are seventurons, or hills, in the upper part of the city, namely Peira, Carmel, Rovira, Creueta del Coll, Putxet, Monterols and Modolell. These hills, which have all been urbanised, have become green areas that have wonderful views of the city.

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20 0 6 July, 2019
Barcelona 🇪🇸 The first human settlements inBarcelona date back to Neolithic times. The city itself was founded by the Romans who set up a colony called Barcino at the end of the 1st century BC. The colony had some thousand inhabitants and was bounded by a defensive wall, the remains of which can still be seen in the old town.

The development of Barcelona was promoted by two events in 1986: Spanish accession to the European Community, and particularly Barcelona's designation as host city of the 1992 Summer Olympics.The process of urban regeneration has been rapid, often supported through EU funds, and accompanied by a greatly increased international reputation of the city as a tourist destination. The increased cost of housing has led to a slight decline  in the population over the last two decades of the 20th century as many families move out into the suburbs. This decline has been reversed since 2001, as a new wave of immigration (particularly from Latin America and from Morocco) has gathered pace.
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Barcelona 🇪🇸 The first human settlements inBarcelona date back to Neolithic times. The city itself was founded by the Romans who set up a colony called Barcino at the end of the 1st century BC. The colony had some thousand inhabitants and was bounded by a defensive wall, the remains of which can still be seen in the old town.

The development of Barcelona was promoted by two events in 1986: Spanish accession to the European Community, and particularly Barcelona's designation as host city of the 1992 Summer Olympics.The process of urban regeneration has been rapid, often supported through EU funds, and accompanied by a greatly increased international reputation of the city as a tourist destination. The increased cost of housing has led to a slight decline in the population over the last two decades of the 20th century as many families move out into the suburbs. This decline has been reversed since 2001, as a new wave of immigration (particularly from Latin America and from Morocco) has gathered pace.
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32 0 5 July, 2019
Barcelona 🇪🇸 The name Barcelona comes from the ancient Iberian Barkeno, attested in an ancient coin inscription found on the right side of the coin in Iberian script as , in ancient Greeksources as Βαρκινών, Barkinṓn;and in Latin as Barcino, Barcilonum and Barcenona.
Some older sources suggest that the city may have been named after the Carthaginian general Hamilcar Barca, who was supposed to have founded the city in the 3rd century BC,but there is no evidence that Barcelona was ever a Carthaginian settlement, or that its name in antiquity, Barcino, had any connection with the Barcid family of Hamilcar. During the Middle Ages, the city was variously known as Barchinona, Barçalona, Barchelonaa, and Barchenona.
Internationally, Barcelona's name is wrongly abbreviated to 'Barça'. However, this name refers only to FC Barcelona, the football club. The common abbreviated form used by locals is Barna.
Another common abbreviation is 'BCN', which is also the IATA airport code of the Barcelona-El Prat Airport.
The city is also referred to as the Ciutat Comtal in Catalan, and Ciudad Condal in Spanish, owing to its past as the seat of the Count of Barcelona.

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Barcelona 🇪🇸 The name Barcelona comes from the ancient Iberian Barkeno, attested in an ancient coin inscription found on the right side of the coin in Iberian script as , in ancient Greeksources as Βαρκινών, Barkinṓn;and in Latin as Barcino, Barcilonum and Barcenona.
Some older sources suggest that the city may have been named after the Carthaginian general Hamilcar Barca, who was supposed to have founded the city in the 3rd century BC,but there is no evidence that Barcelona was ever a Carthaginian settlement, or that its name in antiquity, Barcino, had any connection with the Barcid family of Hamilcar. During the Middle Ages, the city was variously known as Barchinona, Barçalona, Barchelonaa, and Barchenona.
Internationally, Barcelona's name is wrongly abbreviated to 'Barça'. However, this name refers only to FC Barcelona, the football club. The common abbreviated form used by locals is Barna.
Another common abbreviation is 'BCN', which is also the IATA airport code of the Barcelona-El Prat Airport.
The city is also referred to as the Ciutat Comtal in Catalan, and Ciudad Condal in Spanish, owing to its past as the seat of the Count of Barcelona.

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50 2 4 July, 2019
Barcelona 🇪🇸 Founded as a Roman city, in the Middle Ages Barcelona became the capital of the County of Barcelona. After merging with the Kingdom of Aragon, Barcelona continued to be an important city in the Crown of Aragon as an economic and administrative centre of this Crown and the capital of the Principality of Catalonia. Barcelona has a rich cultural heritage and is today an important cultural centre and a major tourist destination. Particularly renowned are the architectural works of Antoni Gaudí and Lluís Domènech i Montaner, which have been designated UNESCO World Heritage Sites. The headquarters of the Union for the Mediterranean are located in Barcelona. The city is known for hosting the 1992 Summer Olympics as well as world-class conferences and expositions and also many international sport tournaments.

Barcelona is one of the world's leading tourist, economic, trade fair and cultural centres, and its influence in commerce, education, entertainment, media, fashion, science, and the arts all contribute to its status as one of the world's major global cities. It is a major cultural and economic centre in southwestern Europe, 24th in the world (before Zürich, after Frankfurt) and a financial centre.

In 2009 the city was ranked Europe's third and one of the world's most successful as a city brand.In the same year the city was ranked Europe's fourth best city for business and fastest improving European city, with growth improved by 17% per year,and the city has been experiencing strong and renewed growth for the past three years. Since 2011 Barcelona has been a leading smart city in Europe.

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Barcelona 🇪🇸 Founded as a Roman city, in the Middle Ages Barcelona became the capital of the County of Barcelona. After merging with the Kingdom of Aragon, Barcelona continued to be an important city in the Crown of Aragon as an economic and administrative centre of this Crown and the capital of the Principality of Catalonia. Barcelona has a rich cultural heritage and is today an important cultural centre and a major tourist destination. Particularly renowned are the architectural works of Antoni Gaudí and Lluís Domènech i Montaner, which have been designated UNESCO World Heritage Sites. The headquarters of the Union for the Mediterranean are located in Barcelona. The city is known for hosting the 1992 Summer Olympics as well as world-class conferences and expositions and also many international sport tournaments.

Barcelona is one of the world's leading tourist, economic, trade fair and cultural centres, and its influence in commerce, education, entertainment, media, fashion, science, and the arts all contribute to its status as one of the world's major global cities. It is a major cultural and economic centre in southwestern Europe, 24th in the world (before Zürich, after Frankfurt) and a financial centre.

In 2009 the city was ranked Europe's third and one of the world's most successful as a city brand.In the same year the city was ranked Europe's fourth best city for business and fastest improving European city, with growth improved by 17% per year,and the city has been experiencing strong and renewed growth for the past three years. Since 2011 Barcelona has been a leading smart city in Europe.

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30 0 3 July, 2019
BARCELONA 🇪🇸 Barcelona is one of the popular city in Spain. It is the capital and largest city of the autonomous community of Catalonia, as well as the second most populous municipality of Spain. With a population of 1.6 million within city limits,its urban area extends to numerous neighbouring municipalities within the Province of Barcelona and is home to around 4.8 million people,making it the sixth most populous urban area in the European Union after Paris, London, Madrid, the Ruhr area and Milan. It is one of the largest metropolises on the Mediterranean Sea, located on the coast between the mouths of the rivers Llobregat and Besòs, and bounded to the west by the Serra de Collserolamountain range, the tallest peak of which is 512 metres (1,680 feet) high.

Barcelona is also known for being the city of the famous Camp Nou stadium and of the Barça football team. One of the main achievements of the city was the hosting of the Olympic games in 1992, thanks to this event Barcelona became famous to the eyes of the world and is now one of the main tourist attractions of Spain.

Barcelona is home to masterpieces of many great architects. The most famous of which is Antoni Gaudí. Gaudí's work is admired by architects around the World as being one of the most unique and distinctive styles in modern architecture. One of his most well know works, La Sagrada Família, is a giant basilica.

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BARCELONA 🇪🇸 Barcelona is one of the popular city in Spain. It is the capital and largest city of the autonomous community of Catalonia, as well as the second most populous municipality of Spain. With a population of 1.6 million within city limits,its urban area extends to numerous neighbouring municipalities within the Province of Barcelona and is home to around 4.8 million people,making it the sixth most populous urban area in the European Union after Paris, London, Madrid, the Ruhr area and Milan. It is one of the largest metropolises on the Mediterranean Sea, located on the coast between the mouths of the rivers Llobregat and Besòs, and bounded to the west by the Serra de Collserolamountain range, the tallest peak of which is 512 metres (1,680 feet) high.

Barcelona is also known for being the city of the famous Camp Nou stadium and of the Barça football team. One of the main achievements of the city was the hosting of the Olympic games in 1992, thanks to this event Barcelona became famous to the eyes of the world and is now one of the main tourist attractions of Spain.

Barcelona is home to masterpieces of many great architects. The most famous of which is Antoni Gaudí. Gaudí's work is admired by architects around the World as being one of the most unique and distinctive styles in modern architecture. One of his most well know works, La Sagrada Família, is a giant basilica.

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35 0 2 July, 2019
Must try this Typical Famous Local Food Dishes of Madrid.

1️⃣ Cocido Madrileño.
2️⃣ Huevos Rotos. Traditional Spanish cuisine is very meat-and-potatoes. ...
3️⃣ Bocadillo de Calamares. ...
4️⃣ Callos a la Madrileña. ...
5️⃣ Churros con Chocolate. ...
6️⃣ Oreja a la Plancha. ...
7️⃣ Pincho de Tortilla.

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Must try this Typical Famous Local Food Dishes of Madrid.

1️⃣ Cocido Madrileño.
2️⃣ Huevos Rotos. Traditional Spanish cuisine is very meat-and-potatoes. ...
3️⃣ Bocadillo de Calamares. ...
4️⃣ Callos a la Madrileña. ...
5️⃣ Churros con Chocolate. ...
6️⃣ Oreja a la Plancha. ...
7️⃣ Pincho de Tortilla.

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28 0 1 July, 2019
MADRID 🇪🇸 Find bargains at El Rastro second-hand market

Leave some time on Sunday for El Rastro. This is a very popular second-hand market amongst the locals. Situated in the Embajadores district, you’ll find all sorts of things: from vintage clothes and jewelry to exclusive antiques. You’ll want to take souvenirs home with you, so make sure you have enough room in your suitcase.

Wander around the stalls with your host and have fun hunting bargains. You’ll soon realize why this is one of our top things to do in Madrid! If you need a pit stop after all that shopping, we have good news for you. The area is filled with cafés where you can refuel and continue exploring this fantastic flea market.

Eat homemade cocido

You can’t visit Madrid and not try one of their most renowned and delicious dishes. Your local host will be delighted to share a special evening with you eating cocido. It consists of a chickpea based stew mixed with meat and vegetables cooked in a pot for hours. As a result, you get an intense broth that is served separately and a colossal tray of all the good stuff.

It’ll be your chance to experience the relaxed Spanish way of eating. During the sobremesa (the time you spend chatting at the table after the meal) you’ll get the chance to talk about other Madrid fun facts with your host. But let us warn you, the cocido is so substantial that you might need to take a little siesta after it!

Stay tuned for next trip.🧡 #traveler #traveldiaries #travellife #traveling#travelblogger #travelingram #spain🇪🇸 #visitspain #madrid #musuem #nature ##travelmaniac_stroller #mysparklingthoughts #travelphotography #travellingthroughtheworld #travelbug #travelholic #travel #travelgram #traveling #spain  #travelblogger #insta #bestoftheday

MADRID 🇪🇸 Find bargains at El Rastro second-hand market

Leave some time on Sunday for El Rastro. This is a very popular second-hand market amongst the locals. Situated in the Embajadores district, you’ll find all sorts of things: from vintage clothes and jewelry to exclusive antiques. You’ll want to take souvenirs home with you, so make sure you have enough room in your suitcase.

Wander around the stalls with your host and have fun hunting bargains. You’ll soon realize why this is one of our top things to do in Madrid! If you need a pit stop after all that shopping, we have good news for you. The area is filled with cafés where you can refuel and continue exploring this fantastic flea market.

Eat homemade cocido

You can’t visit Madrid and not try one of their most renowned and delicious dishes. Your local host will be delighted to share a special evening with you eating cocido. It consists of a chickpea based stew mixed with meat and vegetables cooked in a pot for hours. As a result, you get an intense broth that is served separately and a colossal tray of all the good stuff.

It’ll be your chance to experience the relaxed Spanish way of eating. During the sobremesa (the time you spend chatting at the table after the meal) you’ll get the chance to talk about other Madrid fun facts with your host. But let us warn you, the cocido is so substantial that you might need to take a little siesta after it!

Stay tuned for next trip.🧡 #traveler #traveldiaries #travellife #traveling #travelblogger #travelingram #spain🇪🇸 #visitspain #madrid #musuem  #nature # #travelmaniac_stroller #mysparklingthoughts #travelphotography #travellingthroughtheworld #travelbug #travelholic #travel #travelgram #traveling #spain  #travelblogger #insta #bestoftheday

25 0 30 June, 2019
MADRID 🇪🇸 Explore the most amazing museums

There’s no doubt that Madrid has the best museums in Spain. The cultural offer of the capital is outstanding, whether it is the Museo del Prado, Reina Sofía or Thyssen-Bornemisza the biggest art museums in the city. This is where you’ll see artworks like the world-famous Las Meninas o Guernica. Make sure to book a private tour that will give you an overview of the movements of the Spanish art that interest you the most.

Afterward, grabbing a beer with your local host will be the best choice. Sit back, relax and people-watch from one of the many terrazas that you’ll find around the city.

Try the local flavors at Mercado de San Miguel

The Mercado de San Miguel is a real pleasure for your senses. Enjoy another cool thing to do in Madrid, only a few meters away from Plaza Mayor, Madrid’s main square. The market’s building itself is very unique, but what captivates the visitors is, of course, the food! You’ll see fresh products everywhere, an array of colors and wonderful smells!

After a personalized tour around the market, let your host help you choose something to eat. Is there a better snack than some freshly cut, high-quality Spanish ham? What about some tiny-but-oh-so-flavorful Arbequina olives? Give your taste buds a treat and munch on some fantastic local food to keep you going.

And the list will be continue in the next post..🧡. #traveler #traveldiaries #travellife #traveling#travelblogger #travelingram #spain🇪🇸 #visitspain #madrid #musuem #nature ##travelmaniac_stroller #mysparklingthoughts #travelphotography #travellingthroughtheworld #travelbug #travelholic #travel #travelgram #traveling #spain  #travelblogger #insta #bestoftheday

MADRID 🇪🇸 Explore the most amazing museums

There’s no doubt that Madrid has the best museums in Spain. The cultural offer of the capital is outstanding, whether it is the Museo del Prado, Reina Sofía or Thyssen-Bornemisza the biggest art museums in the city. This is where you’ll see artworks like the world-famous Las Meninas o Guernica. Make sure to book a private tour that will give you an overview of the movements of the Spanish art that interest you the most.

Afterward, grabbing a beer with your local host will be the best choice. Sit back, relax and people-watch from one of the many terrazas that you’ll find around the city.

Try the local flavors at Mercado de San Miguel

The Mercado de San Miguel is a real pleasure for your senses. Enjoy another cool thing to do in Madrid, only a few meters away from Plaza Mayor, Madrid’s main square. The market’s building itself is very unique, but what captivates the visitors is, of course, the food! You’ll see fresh products everywhere, an array of colors and wonderful smells!

After a personalized tour around the market, let your host help you choose something to eat. Is there a better snack than some freshly cut, high-quality Spanish ham? What about some tiny-but-oh-so-flavorful Arbequina olives? Give your taste buds a treat and munch on some fantastic local food to keep you going.

And the list will be continue in the next post..🧡. #traveler #traveldiaries #travellife #traveling #travelblogger #travelingram #spain🇪🇸 #visitspain #madrid #musuem  #nature # #travelmaniac_stroller #mysparklingthoughts #travelphotography #travellingthroughtheworld #travelbug #travelholic #travel #travelgram #traveling #spain  #travelblogger #insta #bestoftheday

35 3 29 June, 2019
Travel with Passion in Madrid!🇪🇸 💮 Rent a bike and explore the city on two wheels
The BiciMAD bicycle hire scheme is a great way to explore Madrid on a budget. These electric and environmentally friendly bikes can be picked up from stands all around the city. You’ll have to leave a refundable card deposit the first time you register, but at only €2* an hour they make for a fun way to zip around some of Madrid’s finest attractions, including Plaza Mayor, The Royal Palace and the nature filled ride along Madrid Rio whilst enjoying that free Spanish sunshine. 💮 Enjoy discount drinks at San Anton rooftop bar
Rooftop bars in Madrid are usually known for expensive cocktails and over-priced snacks. Not at San Anton’s. Ok, so it’s views might not be the best, but this classy joint more than makes up for it with bargain drinks prices. Located atop of a market with the same name, this quaint rooftop terrace is a short walk from Cheuca station. Serving up glasses of wine from only €2.75, it makes for an ideal place to settle into a comfy sofa and enjoy a nightcap on a warm or even wintery evening. 💮 Admire the skyline at Azotea rooftop
For some of the most breathtaking open air views of the city you will have to drop a few euros. The central Azotea rooftop offers a fixed price entrance of €4 to access its 360 panoramic views of the city. Although the restaurant and bar are pricey, the entrance fee means you don’t have to buy an expensive cocktail to snap the perfect aerial Instagram. For only €1 more you can get a combined ticket giving you access to the five floors of exhibitions below, including work by Picasso.

And the list will be continue in the next post..🧡. #traveler #traveldiaries #travellife #traveling#travelblogger #travelingram #spain🇪🇸 #visitspain #madrid #musuem #nature ##travelmaniac_stroller #mysparklingthoughts #travelphotography #travellingthroughtheworld #travelbug #travelholic #travel #travelgram #traveling #spain  #travelblogger #insta #bestoftheday

Travel with Passion in Madrid!🇪🇸 💮 Rent a bike and explore the city on two wheels
The BiciMAD bicycle hire scheme is a great way to explore Madrid on a budget. These electric and environmentally friendly bikes can be picked up from stands all around the city. You’ll have to leave a refundable card deposit the first time you register, but at only €2* an hour they make for a fun way to zip around some of Madrid’s finest attractions, including Plaza Mayor, The Royal Palace and the nature filled ride along Madrid Rio whilst enjoying that free Spanish sunshine. 💮 Enjoy discount drinks at San Anton rooftop bar
Rooftop bars in Madrid are usually known for expensive cocktails and over-priced snacks. Not at San Anton’s. Ok, so it’s views might not be the best, but this classy joint more than makes up for it with bargain drinks prices. Located atop of a market with the same name, this quaint rooftop terrace is a short walk from Cheuca station. Serving up glasses of wine from only €2.75, it makes for an ideal place to settle into a comfy sofa and enjoy a nightcap on a warm or even wintery evening. 💮 Admire the skyline at Azotea rooftop
For some of the most breathtaking open air views of the city you will have to drop a few euros. The central Azotea rooftop offers a fixed price entrance of €4 to access its 360 panoramic views of the city. Although the restaurant and bar are pricey, the entrance fee means you don’t have to buy an expensive cocktail to snap the perfect aerial Instagram. For only €1 more you can get a combined ticket giving you access to the five floors of exhibitions below, including work by Picasso.

And the list will be continue in the next post..🧡. #traveler #traveldiaries #travellife #traveling #travelblogger #travelingram #spain🇪🇸 #visitspain #madrid #musuem  #nature # #travelmaniac_stroller #mysparklingthoughts #travelphotography #travellingthroughtheworld #travelbug #travelholic #travel #travelgram #traveling #spain  #travelblogger #insta #bestoftheday

36 0 28 June, 2019

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La Sagrada Familia temple. Barcelona 🇪🇸 At the top of any list of Barcelona Top Ten Tourist Attractions you will always find the fabulous and still unfinished church of La Sagrada Familia which was designed by Antoni Gaudi in 1882. 
This unique and breathtaking construction is Barcelona's most famous tourist attraction and the most visited attraction in Spain. It is like no other cathedral in the world and is rated as one of the world's top attractions by Tripadvisor users worldwide. Over 20 architects and 200 building workers are employed here.

3 million visitors a year means long lines to visit the spectacular interior, (plan on 1-2 hours to see the inside) and we recommendyou pre-buy skip-the-line tickets especially in peak vacation times. 
History of Sagrada Familia. The foundation stone was laid in the year 1882. At that time the land around the basilica was mostly fields. This temple was designed by famous Catalan/Spanish architecht Antoni Gaudi. The hope is that it will be finished in 2026. 
The interior opened in 2012. The natural light through the windows in the morning and afternoon is stunning. The exterior is still under construction and currently at around 75% completion with only 8 of the planned 18 spires completed. 
The goal is to complete the Sagrada familia in the year 2026 to mark the 100th anniversary of Gaudi's death in 1926. This will be 144 years after building was started. 
Gaudi died tragically in 1926 after being hit by a tram. At the time of Gaudi's death only the nativity facade being built. Gaudi knew that he would not live to finish the temple and once famously said, 'My client is not in a hurry' by this he was referring to God as his client. 
Stay tuned🧡

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La Sagrada Familia temple. Barcelona 🇪🇸 At the top of any list of Barcelona Top Ten Tourist Attractions you will always find the fabulous and still unfinished church of La Sagrada Familia which was designed by Antoni Gaudi in 1882.
This unique and breathtaking construction is Barcelona's most famous tourist attraction and the most visited attraction in Spain. It is like no other cathedral in the world and is rated as one of the world's top attractions by Tripadvisor users worldwide. Over 20 architects and 200 building workers are employed here.

3 million visitors a year means long lines to visit the spectacular interior, (plan on 1-2 hours to see the inside) and we recommendyou pre-buy skip-the-line tickets especially in peak vacation times.
History of Sagrada Familia. The foundation stone was laid in the year 1882. At that time the land around the basilica was mostly fields. This temple was designed by famous Catalan/Spanish architecht Antoni Gaudi. The hope is that it will be finished in 2026.
The interior opened in 2012. The natural light through the windows in the morning and afternoon is stunning. The exterior is still under construction and currently at around 75% completion with only 8 of the planned 18 spires completed.
The goal is to complete the Sagrada familia in the year 2026 to mark the 100th anniversary of Gaudi's death in 1926. This will be 144 years after building was started.
Gaudi died tragically in 1926 after being hit by a tram. At the time of Gaudi's death only the nativity facade being built. Gaudi knew that he would not live to finish the temple and once famously said, 'My client is not in a hurry' by this he was referring to God as his client.
Stay tuned🧡

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32 3 17 July, 2019
Barcelona🇪🇸 Barcelona is one of Spain’s most incredible cities, thanks to its otherworldly Gaudí architecture, sunny coastal location right on the beach, delicious wine and tasty tapas. Here are few things you should know before visiting so you can make the most of your time there.

Las Ramblas Is Touristy and Overcrowded. ... Buy Tickets for Tourist Attractions Online. ... Check the Time With the Sun. ... Stroll Through the Secret Labyrinth Park. ... Skip La Boqueria and Head to More Local Mercados. ... See Something Weird at a Wacky Museum. ... Visit an Underground Air-Raid Shelter. ... Go Beyond La Sagrada Família.

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Barcelona🇪🇸 Barcelona is one of Spain’s most incredible cities, thanks to its otherworldly Gaudí architecture, sunny coastal location right on the beach, delicious wine and tasty tapas. Here are few things you should know before visiting so you can make the most of your time there.

Las Ramblas Is Touristy and Overcrowded. ... Buy Tickets for Tourist Attractions Online. ... Check the Time With the Sun. ... Stroll Through the Secret Labyrinth Park. ... Skip La Boqueria and Head to More Local Mercados. ... See Something Weird at a Wacky Museum. ... Visit an Underground Air-Raid Shelter. ... Go Beyond La Sagrada Família.

Stay tuned🧡

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31 4 11 July, 2019
MADRID 🇪🇸 Explore the most amazing museums

There’s no doubt that Madrid has the best museums in Spain. The cultural offer of the capital is outstanding, whether it is the Museo del Prado, Reina Sofía or Thyssen-Bornemisza the biggest art museums in the city. This is where you’ll see artworks like the world-famous Las Meninas o Guernica. Make sure to book a private tour that will give you an overview of the movements of the Spanish art that interest you the most.

Afterward, grabbing a beer with your local host will be the best choice. Sit back, relax and people-watch from one of the many terrazas that you’ll find around the city.

Try the local flavors at Mercado de San Miguel

The Mercado de San Miguel is a real pleasure for your senses. Enjoy another cool thing to do in Madrid, only a few meters away from Plaza Mayor, Madrid’s main square. The market’s building itself is very unique, but what captivates the visitors is, of course, the food! You’ll see fresh products everywhere, an array of colors and wonderful smells!

After a personalized tour around the market, let your host help you choose something to eat. Is there a better snack than some freshly cut, high-quality Spanish ham? What about some tiny-but-oh-so-flavorful Arbequina olives? Give your taste buds a treat and munch on some fantastic local food to keep you going.

And the list will be continue in the next post..🧡. #traveler #traveldiaries #travellife #traveling#travelblogger #travelingram #spain🇪🇸 #visitspain #madrid #musuem #nature ##travelmaniac_stroller #mysparklingthoughts #travelphotography #travellingthroughtheworld #travelbug #travelholic #travel #travelgram #traveling #spain  #travelblogger #insta #bestoftheday

MADRID 🇪🇸 Explore the most amazing museums

There’s no doubt that Madrid has the best museums in Spain. The cultural offer of the capital is outstanding, whether it is the Museo del Prado, Reina Sofía or Thyssen-Bornemisza the biggest art museums in the city. This is where you’ll see artworks like the world-famous Las Meninas o Guernica. Make sure to book a private tour that will give you an overview of the movements of the Spanish art that interest you the most.

Afterward, grabbing a beer with your local host will be the best choice. Sit back, relax and people-watch from one of the many terrazas that you’ll find around the city.

Try the local flavors at Mercado de San Miguel

The Mercado de San Miguel is a real pleasure for your senses. Enjoy another cool thing to do in Madrid, only a few meters away from Plaza Mayor, Madrid’s main square. The market’s building itself is very unique, but what captivates the visitors is, of course, the food! You’ll see fresh products everywhere, an array of colors and wonderful smells!

After a personalized tour around the market, let your host help you choose something to eat. Is there a better snack than some freshly cut, high-quality Spanish ham? What about some tiny-but-oh-so-flavorful Arbequina olives? Give your taste buds a treat and munch on some fantastic local food to keep you going.

And the list will be continue in the next post..🧡. #traveler #traveldiaries #travellife #traveling #travelblogger #travelingram #spain🇪🇸 #visitspain #madrid #musuem  #nature # #travelmaniac_stroller #mysparklingthoughts #travelphotography #travellingthroughtheworld #travelbug #travelholic #travel #travelgram #traveling #spain  #travelblogger #insta #bestoftheday

35 3 29 June, 2019
Centro de Arte de Reina Sofía: Contemporary Art Museum. 🇪🇸 Opened by Queen Sofía in 1986, the Centro de Arte de Reina Sofía is Madrid's avant-garde center for contemporary art. The sleek modern building was created by the architect Antonio Fernández Alba and has features that recall the Pompidou Center in Paris, especially the three glass towers that house the elevators on the outside of the building. Another wonderful surprise to visitors is the charming garden in the inner courtyard filled with imaginative sculptures. In its thorough representation of Spanish contemporary art, the collection includes remarkable masterpieces such as works by Juan Miró, Pablo Picasso, and Salvador Dalí. The art works are displayed in various rooms spread out in a vast exhibition space of 39,000 square meters. The museum also has a bookshop, cafeteria, and restaurant.

Stay tuned for next one! 🧡

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Centro de Arte de Reina Sofía: Contemporary Art Museum. 🇪🇸 Opened by Queen Sofía in 1986, the Centro de Arte de Reina Sofía is Madrid's avant-garde center for contemporary art. The sleek modern building was created by the architect Antonio Fernández Alba and has features that recall the Pompidou Center in Paris, especially the three glass towers that house the elevators on the outside of the building. Another wonderful surprise to visitors is the charming garden in the inner courtyard filled with imaginative sculptures. In its thorough representation of Spanish contemporary art, the collection includes remarkable masterpieces such as works by Juan Miró, Pablo Picasso, and Salvador Dalí. The art works are displayed in various rooms spread out in a vast exhibition space of 39,000 square meters. The museum also has a bookshop, cafeteria, and restaurant.

Stay tuned for next one! 🧡

#traveldiaries #travellife #traveling #travelblogger #travelingram #spain🇪🇸 #visitspain #madrid #park #nature # #travelmaniac_stroller #mysparklingthoughts #travelphotography #travellingthroughtheworld #travelbug #travelholic #travel #travelgram #traveling #spain #spaindiaries #visitspain #madrid #art #culture #travelblogger

49 4 18 June, 2019
7 Fuente de Cibeles and Gran Via 🇪🇸 The famous Cybele's fountain (Fuente de Cibeles) stands in a major traffic intersection and is one of the most emblematic monuments in Madrid. Created in 1782 by Francisco Gutiérrez and Roberto Michel, the impressive traffic-stopping fountain depicts the Roman Goddess Cybele riding a lion-drawn chariot. Behind the fountain is the Palacio de Cibeles cultural center, which hosts art exhibitions and workshops, conferences and concerts. The Centro Palacio de Cibeles has two restaurants: the Colección Cibeles caféteria and the Cibeles Palace restaurant.

Nearby (via Calle de Alcala) is one of Madrid's most popular shopping streets, the Gran Vía. Tourists will find many restaurants, hotels, and theaters on this bustling street. Just off the Gran Vía on Calle de Jovellanos, the famous Teatro de la Zarzuela offers renowned performances of zarzuela - a unique type of satirical opera with songs accompanied by classical Spanish guitar music.

Stay tuned for next post!🧡 #traveler #traveldiaries #travellife #traveling#travelblogger #travelingram #spain🇪🇸 #visitspain #madrid #park #nature ##travelmaniac_stroller #mysparklingthoughts #travelphotography #travellingthroughtheworld #travelbug #travelholic #travel #travelgram #traveling #spain #spaindiaries #visitspain #madrid #art #culture #travelblogger

7 Fuente de Cibeles and Gran Via 🇪🇸 The famous Cybele's fountain (Fuente de Cibeles) stands in a major traffic intersection and is one of the most emblematic monuments in Madrid. Created in 1782 by Francisco Gutiérrez and Roberto Michel, the impressive traffic-stopping fountain depicts the Roman Goddess Cybele riding a lion-drawn chariot. Behind the fountain is the Palacio de Cibeles cultural center, which hosts art exhibitions and workshops, conferences and concerts. The Centro Palacio de Cibeles has two restaurants: the Colección Cibeles caféteria and the Cibeles Palace restaurant.

Nearby (via Calle de Alcala) is one of Madrid's most popular shopping streets, the Gran Vía. Tourists will find many restaurants, hotels, and theaters on this bustling street. Just off the Gran Vía on Calle de Jovellanos, the famous Teatro de la Zarzuela offers renowned performances of zarzuela - a unique type of satirical opera with songs accompanied by classical Spanish guitar music.

Stay tuned for next post!🧡 #traveler #traveldiaries #travellife #traveling #travelblogger #travelingram #spain🇪🇸 #visitspain #madrid #park #nature # #travelmaniac_stroller #mysparklingthoughts #travelphotography #travellingthroughtheworld #travelbug #travelholic #travel #travelgram #traveling #spain #spaindiaries #visitspain #madrid #art #culture #travelblogger

34 2 19 June, 2019