How can you live so many years in Barcelona, have a travel blog and have not yet proposed any itinerary on what to see in Barcelona in 3 days? Well, you can …leading hotel barcelona
In this post we have decided to translate everything we answer to all of you when you ask us what I can do in Barcelona?
1 Day 1: The Barcelona Center
2 Plaza Catalunya
3 The Ramblas
4 Mercado de la Boquería
5 The Raval
6 Portal de L’Angel
7 Gothic Quarter
8 Day 2: Discovering Gaudí
9 Paseo de Gracia
10 La Pedrera
11 Casa Batlló
12 Holy Family
13 Park Güell
14 Day 3: Relax
16 Park of the Ciutadella
17 Borne and the church of Santa Maria del Mar
18 We help you save on your trip
Day 1: The Barcelona Center
On this first day we will see everything that can not be overlooked although they are very touristy places full of people, and if it is the first time you come to Barcelona you can not miss them.
Plaza Catalunya is the current neuralgic center of Barcelona. From this square we highlight its beautiful fountain the sculptures of important artists that are here. What to see in Barcelona in 3 days | Catalonian square
The most chaotic place in the city, here we advise you to observe the buildings around you and breathe the air of Las Ramblas. OJO takes good care of your wallet that nothing can disappear. Things to see in Barcelona | The Ramblas
Market of the Boquería
The Mercado de la Boqueria is undoubtedly one of the most beautiful and colorful markets you’ve ever seen. You can not claim to have been in this market if you do not have a fruit juice. We advise you to observe the beautiful building before entering. Things to do in Barcelona | Mercado de la Boqueria
To give you a first idea of Barcelona you can book a free tour of Barcelona
A very lively and colorful neighborhood, which tourists often miss. We especially love his Rambla with the magnificent sculpture of Gato de Botero. To know more about this neighborhood we invite you to read our article What to see near El Raval in Barcelona Places to visit in Barcelona | The Raval
Portal of L’Angel
They say it is the most stepped pedestrian street in Europe. Here you will find almost all stores, a curiosity is that it has the highest store rentals in the whole country.
In this neighborhood it is obligatory to get lost among all its streets to see the old buildings and their squares. Do not miss out:
Plaza Real, a place of peace and tranquility near Las Ramblas.
The imposing Cathedral in Gothic style and its cloister.
Plaza del Rey, a tiny square where you will surely find a concert or someone who sings since it has phenomenal acoustics.
Stroll through the old Jewish quarter and observe the old shops.
Things to do in Barcelona | Carrer Bisbe
We suggest you some excursions in Barcelona that we thought you might like
– Tour of the mysteries and legends of Barcelona
– Flamenco show + dinner
– Spanish Guitar Show
– Barcelona tourist bus
– Boat trip on the beaches of Barcelona
Day 2: Discovering Gaudí
Paseo de Gracia
The Paseo de Gracia is that street that used to connect Barcelona with the old city of Gracia, nowadays the Gracia neighborhood, but this is another story.
This is the street of luxury and architecture here we find many luxury shops, many beautiful buildings and also two of the most important buildings of Gaudí, La Pedrera and Casa Batlló, we recommend entering at least one of them because they are spectacular and unique
Casa Milá also known as La Pedrera is one of the two houses made by Gaudí from Paseo de Gracia. Its wavy facade as if it were sea waves and the original chimneys of the terrace are enough for this building can not go unnoticed. This is Gaudi’s terrace that we prefer, wide and full of details.
Entrance La Pedrera without queues
Night tour with show
Trip to Barcelona 3 days | The stone
Casa Batlló is another work by Gaudí that we found in Paseo de Gracia, it also captures our attention with its red walls and its ceiling made as if it were dragon scales. Its inner patio of lights and its details that remember the sea are unique.
House entrance Battló without queues + audioguide
Gaudí’s Masterpiece, known throughout the world, does not need any explanation. We only invite you to visit it since you can not say that you have been in Barcelona if you have not visited the Sagrada Familia.
Holy Family entrance
What to see in Barcelona | Sacred Family
Park Güell, was commissioned to Gaudí by Eusebi Güell that wanted to create an area with houses of high standing. Today is a public park that