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Travel Guide of Barcelona in Spain by Influencers


Barcelona is a city on the coast of northeastern Spain. It is the capital and largest city of the autonomous community of Catalonia, as well as the second most populous municipality of Spain.

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Discover our travel guide of Barcelona in Spain made of pictures from travel influencers and photographers.



What you will see and do in Barcelona:

  🏰 Cathedral     🏘️ Town     🗼 Landmark     🌉 Bridge     🏰 Basilica     🌆 Skyline  

Travel Tips for visiting Barcelona


Barcelona: The most dynamic city in Spain


The "capital of modernism", a bustling and festive destination



Barcelona has a thousand and one faces. 
If the Catalan capital is so attractive, it is because it skilfully combines the Iberian way of life with the energy of a large European metropolis. 

A weekend in Barcelona will not be too long to discover its different districts:



From the Barri Gotic in the heart of the city to the Raval, which houses the famous Macba (Barcelona's contemporary art museum),
To the Rambla, the famous avenue leading to the port.
Scattered throughout the city, the works of Gaudi are of course unmissable but don't miss the futuristic skyscrapers either.

Where is Barcelona?



Barcelona is cradled by the waves of the Mediterranean Sea, in the northeast of the Iberian Peninsula, 2 hours south of the French Pyrenees.
It is the capital of Catalonia, a region in the north of Spain with a particularly strong culture, personality, and traditions.

Barcelona is unique



Few cities in Europe can offer as much diversity and cultural experience as Barcelona.
Add to this the 4.2km of beaches just a stone's throw from the city center and the year-round sunshine, and you have all the ingredients for a successful vacation in Spain.

A city of modern art



Many great artists and painters have lived here and their influence has marked the city.
Two of them are Picasso and Miró, to whose works two museums are dedicated.
There are also dozens of other museums and art galleries throughout the city, always offering the possibility to discover new artistic expressions during your stay.

The beach at your doorstep



If you want to recuperate from cultural and artistic overload.
You can spend the day on one of the sandy beaches within walking distance of the city center.

Order a sangria at one of the bars and kick off your shoes, lie back, and let the sun, sea, and view wash over you.

The cuisine in Barcelona, Spain



While on the beach you can enjoy some of the best seafood dishes the Mediterranean has to offer.
If you prefer, there are some great bars and restaurants that offer tapas.
Many establishments offer the option of a more classic meal if you prefer simplicity.

Frequently Asked Questions by Travelers planning a trip to Barcelona

Where to go for a walk in Barcelona?

The best places to walk in Barcelona are :


  • Las Ramblas. The most popular pedestrian avenue of Barcelona, take the time to visit the flower market or go to the Boqueria to refresh and eat 
  • The Ciutadella Park for a picnic with friends 
  • Parc Güell to get some height and an artistic vision of the city 
  • Montjuic hill overlooking the city and the Plaza de Espanya 


No uber is not allowed in the Catalan community,therefore in Barcelona
Cabify is nevertheless authorized 

The cabs are very affordable it is easy to find one on every corner
The cabs in Barcelona are yellow and black





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Taken and shared by travel photographers and influencers who have traveled to Barcelona in Spain such as Maarten van den Heuvel, Mercedes Carballo, Christoffer Engström. Click on the pictures to read their stories





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