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Travelling to Barcelona, Spain

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Beautifully bizzare Barcelona is a creative and cosmopolitan city with rich cultures heritage. Where traditions meet technology, and mysterious secrets waiting to be discovered; Barcelona is merely just a travel destination--it's a place that everyone needs to experience. Barcelona is a city that breathes and devoted to design--every spot in the city exhibit authentic designs. Get yourself captivated as you stroll around the city and sight a street lamp, a park bench, cafes and buildings, and many more. There are also plenty pleasant activities to do in Barcelona, from a hot air baloon flight to a hangout with sharks.

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Barcelona Travel Tips & Guide

How to Get Tickets?

Barcelona is a beautiful country with grand architectures waiting for you. Walking along the Gothic Quarter doesn't require you to pay admission fees, however you'll need to purchase tickets to enter Casa Battlo, Gothic Quarter, Park Guell, Tibidabo, and L'Aquarium Barcelona. To save your time and energy, you can always book the tickets online! That way you can just pass all the long lines!

How To Get Around?

There are myriad ways to choose for going around Barcelona. Barcelona is a friendly city to cyclists and provides cycle lanes for them. If you want to get healthy, you can use this original transportation of Barcelona when you're going around parks and other open spaces. You might also want to use other means of public transportations such as Metro, FGC, Trams, buses, and taxis for going from one attraction to another to avoid exhaustion.

What Should I Wear?

For your own security, you might want to blend in with the general crowds. The easiest one is of course to dress up like Catalunyas do. Generally they wear more conservative and simpler clothes. Clothes with muted colors are popular among the middle-aged and seniors, while the younger ones usually wear semi-casual clothes, like T-Shirt and shoes or comfortable sandals especially in Summer.

Barcelona Tourism Facts

Best Time to Visit

Barcelona is best visited on late spring or early fall as it brings great weather and fewer crowds than the summer. In summer, people are flocking everywhere in Barcelona, make it full of tourist and long queue are everywhere.



Will I Need a Guide?

It is better to explore Barcelona with a tour guide since there are many places, such as the museums, that will be a better experience to you with a guide. Booking a guided tour before you arrive at Barcelona is also a good option since everything will be planned perfectly. You can book you guided tour package of Barcelona on this website with many choices of destinations and price range.

How To Get There?

For international tourists coming from outside European countries, they can take many benefits from direct and international flights to Barcelona. You also can reach Barcelona from any European major countries by direct railway services connected to each countries. You can also go to Barcelona by a car, though be aware that there are chances you'll get trapped in traffic jams especially during rush hours. Buses and Ferry boats are also available.

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Just like any other tourist cities, crowds in Barcelona attract pickpockets and many kinds of scammers especially in touristy areas and beaches. Be extra aware and keep your valuables secure.
If you are into nightlife, Barcelona is definitely a heaven! People starts to hit the bars at around 10 PM until the sun has come up the next day.