It takes a few days to visit all the attractions of Barcelona, and to walk through its various neighbourhoods. Even if you have a short stay, you will feel the lively atmosphere of Barcelona and you will definitely want to return.
The most important monument in Barcelona is undoubtedly the Sagrada Familia, one of many works of Antonio Gaudi scattered throughout the city (14 in all). The mark of this architect in Barcelona is important and his work has helped make Barcelona very popular. Among the most famous works of Gaudi’s Sagrada Familia also include Park Guell, La Pedrera on Passeig de Gracia and Casa Batllo.
World Heritage Site by UNESCO since 1984, the Park Guell is one of the most visited places in the city. From its terrace one has a beautiful view. If you like parks visit the Park of Montjuic and take the cable car to its summit.
Football fans will not want to miss a game at the Nou Camp stadium, or at least visit the stadium and museum.
The cost for most of these attractions is between 6 and 10 Euros. Note that the entrance to Parc Guell is free.