4 Days in Barcelona – Itineraries & Highlights

    Day 1Day 2Day 3Day 4
    MorningLa Boqueria MarketOld Quarter Free Walking TourLa Sagrada FamiliaPark Guell
    LunchBar Pinotxo, La Boqueria MarketEl Quim, La Boqueria MarketTapac 24Picnic Lunch @ Park Guell
    AfternoonLa RamblaMusee Picasso-Passeig de Gracia
    -Casa Mila (La Padrera)
    -Mont Juic
    Park Guell
    TeaCafe L'Opera, La Rambla
    EveningFlamenco Performance @ Sala TarantorMusee PicassoMont Juic-Barceloneta Beach
    -Passeig de Gracia
    -Casa Batllo
    DinnerLe Quinze NitsEl XampanyetQuimet i QuimetCerveceria Catalana
    StayHotel Constanza Hotel Constanza Hotel Constanza Hotel Constanza

    Finally we are going to write about our favorite city – Barcelona! There are so much to do in Barcelona and our greatest regret was having not enough time to explore what the city has to offer in terms of cuisine, art, culture and architecture. We filled up our stomachs with so much of tapas, pintxos and vermouth and chowed down plenty of fresh seafood. Droll while you scroll down for pictures.

    Best Market to Visit in Barcelona:
    La Boqueria Market
    Address: La Rambla de Sant Josep 91
    Hours: Monday to Saturday, from 8am to 8.30pm.
    Getting Here: Liceu (Metro)

    Most Friendly Tapas Bar in La Boqueria Market:
    Bar Pinotxo
    La Boqueria Market
    Address: La Rambla de Sant Josep 91
    Hours: Open 6am to 4pm, Monday to Saturday
    Getting Here: Liceu (Metro)

    Most Historia Cafe along La Rambla:
    Cafe de L’Opera
    Address: La Ramble dels Caputxins 74
    Hours: 9am to 3am daily
    Getting Here: Liceu (Metro)

    Longest Shopping Street in Barcelona:
    La Rambla
    Address: Rambla de Canaletes to Rambla de Santa Monica
    Getting Here: Catalunya, Liceu & Drassanes (Metro)

    Most Intuitive Free Walking Tour:
    Runner Beans Tour – Gaudi Tour or Old City Walking Tour or The Dark Past Night Walking Tour

    Get Up Close & Personal with Pablo Picasso:
    A Pablo Picasso papier mache “huge head” mask, known as “Capgros” in Catalan, is displayed at the entrance of the “El Ingenio” shop in old gothic quarter.

    Best Place to Discover the Old Charm of Barcelona:
    Old Gothic Quarter
    Barri Gotic is situated on the right hand side of the La Rambla as we look toward Plaça de Catalunya.
    Getting Here: Liceu, Jaume I (Metro)

    Freshest Seafood in La Boqueria Market:
    El Quim
    La Boqueria Market
    Address: La Rambla de Sant Josep 91
    Hours: Open 6am to 4pm, Monday to Saturday
    Getting Here: Liceu (Metro)

    Best Place to Discover Pablo Picasso:
    Musee Picasso
    Address: Carrer de Montcada 15-23
    Hours: From Tuesday to Sunday-9am to 7pm, Thursday-extended to 930mpm, Monday Closed.
    Getting Here: Liceu, Arc de Triumphe, Jaume I (Metro)
    Admission: 11 euro (adults)

    Best Tapas Bar to Meet People:
    El Xampanyet
    Address: Carrer de Montcada 22
    Hours: Open for Lunch & Dinner Tue to Sat, lunch on Sunday
    Getting Here: Jaume I (Metro)

    Most Stunning Church in Barcelona:
    La Sagrada Familia
    Address: Carer de Mallorca 401
    Hours: Opens daily from 9am to 6pm
    Getting Here: Sagrada Familia (Metro)
    Admission: Basilica: 14.80, Basilica + Tower 19.30, Gaudi House Museum 6.80, Basilica + Gaudi House Museum 18.30


    Best Bikini Sandwich in Barcelona:
    Tapac 24
    Address: Carrer de la Diputacio 269
    Hours: Open Daily from 9am to midnight
    Getting Here: Passeig de Gracia (Metro)

    Building with Most Interesting Rooftop in Barcelona:
    Casa Mila/La Padrera
    Address: Carrer de Provenca 261-265
    Hours: Open Daily from 9am to 8pm
    Admission: 16.50 euro (adult)
    Getting Here: Passeig de Gracia (Metro)

    Best View of Barcelona City:
    Getting Here:
    1) Metro & Funicular: Parallel Station, then funicular railway (9am to 10pm) to Estacio Parc Montjuic (PM), where a cable car (teleferic) heads higher.
    2) Bus 50, 55, 61 or 193 from Placa d’Espanya to the castell (castle).
    3) Cable Car: Transbordador Aeri from Torrede Sant Sebastia in La Barceloneta to Montjuic.

    Remember to stay long enough for La Font Magica (music fountain)

    Best Montaditos in Barcelona:
    Quimet i Quimet
    Address: Carrer del Poeta Cabanyes 25
    Hours: Mon-Fri (lunch & dinner), Saturday (lunch)
    Getting Here: Parallel (Metro)


    Most Beautiful Park in Barcelona:
    Park Guell
    Address: Carrer de O’Lot 7
    Hours: Autumn-Winter: 8.30am to 6pm, Spring-Summer: 8am to 930pm
    Getting Here: Vallcarca, Lesseps (Metro); Bus 24
    Admission: Adult 8 euro



    Best Sun Set Viewing Point in Barcelona:
    Barceloneta Beach
    Getting Here:
    1) Metro: Drassanes is best for southwestern end of the port, Barceloneta for La Barceloneta, Ciutadella Villa for Olimpica for the beaches and Port Olympic.
    2) Bus 17/39/64.


    Most Whimsical Work of Gaudi:
    Casa Batllo
    Address: Passeig de Gràcia 43
    Hours: Opens daily from 9am to 9pm
    Getting Here: Passeig de Gràcia (Metro)
    Admission: Adult 21.50 euro

    Best Broken Egg with Fried Potatoes:
    Cerveceria Catalana
    Address: Carrer de Mallorca, 236
    Hours: Mon-Fri 8 am – 1:30 am, Sat-Sun 9 am – 1:30 am
    Getting Here: Passeig de Gràcia (Metro)

    Best Shopping Experience in Barcelona:
    Barcelona Shopping Night 2013 – 28 November 2013
    Getting Here: Passeig de Gracia (Metro)

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