Got three days to spare for your Barcelona trip? Well, you must be fortunate enough, for that is the apt amount of time to grab the city’s best experiences and check out the offbeat destinations. Counted as one of the bustling tourist hotspots of Europe, there are myriad things to do and see in Barcelona.
Here is an overview of the city’s top attractions that you can explore in just three days. Since the city s thronged by tourists throughout, you must start planning your itinerary in advance. Book taxi in Barcelona and go enjoy the city sans any hassle
Keep your first day limited and focused on the city’s bustling street markets and its centre.
Labelled as one of the popular Gaudi’s houses in the city, Casa Battle must be explored on the first day. The property outdoors calls for some appreciation, thanks to its beguiling balconies built on the buildings' facades which stands testament to the Venetian masks.
Also named as La Pedrera, Casa Mila shares close vicinity with Casa Mila and is another of Gaudi’s beautiful houses in the city. The house owns a popular façade of undulating limestone and is said to have derived its nickname- La Pedrera (meaning-Quarry) for its stone-like appearance.
Start your second day with another spectacular Barcelona’s Gaudi sight-Parc Guell. You can book a taxi in Barcelona to reach the place as it is situated a few kilometres away from the main city. Awarded as the UNESCO World Heritage Site with Gaudi designed sculptures and mosaics.
Nestled in the neighbourhood of Barcelona’s Gracia and within 15 minutes of walk from Parc Guell, Casa Vicens is the first house designed by Gaudi. One of those hidden gems of Barcelona, Casa Vicens is recommended for being the less-visited sites in the city.
Recinte Modernista Sant Pau
Quite new for all the Barcelona tourist and visitors, Recinte Modernista Sant Pau is rapidly crawling up to become one of the popular destinations in Barcelona. Recinte Modernista Sant Pau was initially built as a hospital and is the best example of Europe’s Art Nouveau architecture which was awarded the Palau de la Música Catalana in addition to the UNESCO world heritage status.
There’s no other way to kickstart the day than with chocolates. The most exciting part of Barcelona’s chocolate museum is that the entry ticket of the museum is a chocolate bar itself. At the museum, you get to indulge in the most fascinating histories of the museum, regarding how it was made and the culture revolving it.
With such mesmerizing spots to explore and visit in Barcelona, it’s pretty much evident that you are already excited to book your flights. Wait no more, go visit Barcelona to experience one of the finest cities.