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5 must-visit spots in Barcelona

If you are visiting Barcelona, you can’t miss these spots

5 must-visit spots in Barcelona

Barcelona, also known as the Ciudad Condal, is one of the most visited cities in the world. If you are coming to visit this wonderful city, take a paper and a pen, because we recommend below different places that you can’t miss. Are you coming from abroad? We offer you cheap and comfortable transfers from Barcelona Airport and Reus Airport that will take you to the closest stop to your hotel in Salou, La Pineda, Cambrils and many more places of the fantastic Costa Dorada. Remember that with our tour to the city of Barcelona, you will have enough time to visit the spots you like the most in the city, so pay attention to the wonderful places suggested below:

La Sagrada Familia

The Sagrada Familia is an unfinished masterpiece of the architect Antoni Gaudí, a Catalan modernist artist, who started the project in 1883. It is one of the most emblematic sites in the city and the country, making it a must-see if you visit the Catalan capital. This temple was to be made up of 18 towers, although Gaudí only saw one built before his death in 1926. Gaudí left the plans to other artists so that they could fulfil his dream, which is getting closer and closer.

The Gothic Quarter

This is one of the most symbolic neighbourhoods, with numerous tourist attractions for visitors, with places such as Plaza Sant Jaume, the Cathedral of Santa Eulalia, Carrer del Bisbe, Plaza del Rey, Calle Portal de l'Àngel, Plaza Nova, the Jewish Quarter, among others. In this neighbourhood you can enjoy the remains of the city's past in its medieval streets.

The Ramblas

This avenue is just over 1-kilometre-long and runs between Plaça de Catalunya and the old port. It is a promenade crowded with people all day long, even at night, where you can find street performers, restaurants, shops, kiosks, cafés and interesting buildings such as the Palacio de la Virreina, La Boquería or the theatre known as El Liceo.

The Casa Batlló

This building is a World Heritage Site, a Cultural Asset of National Interest and is also the work of Antoni Gaudí. The author, at that time, was in his naturalist phase and was inspired by the forms of nature for his work.

Park Güell 

A symbol of Barcelona and another work by Antoni Gaudí, born in 1900. It has been inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage list in 1984. In this park you will have a magnificent viewpoint over the city with the undulating edge of the bank, which is made with pieces of concrete with a ceramic coating.

Barcelona is a fantastic place if you want to enjoy great gastronomy with its popular dishes of traditional Catalan cuisine and tasty tapas that will delight everyone. With BusPlana you can get to all these great places, so don't hesitate to hop on the bus and get around Costa Dorada and Costa del Garraf. In addition to transfers, we also provide services from Camp de Tarragona AVE station. The bus is a sustainable means of transport, take advantage of all its benefits!

Buy your tour to the centre of Barcelona or the panoramic tour of Barcelona and don't miss anything! 


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