The following is my personal list of things to do and places to see in the Catalan city of Barcelona, located in northeast Spain.
Barcelona is the capital and largest city of city of Catalonia, and the second most populous city in Spain. With a population of 1.6 million with city limits, it's urban area extends to numerous neighbouring cities within the Province of Barcelona and is home to around 4.7 million people.
Pyrenees Mountain Trip
Enjoy the incredible mountain scenery of the Pyrenees Spain on this hiking day trip from Barcelona, with an experienced guide. Travel through the charming villages of the Pyrenees’ foothills by minivan, and ride a rack railway to the gorgeous Nuria Valley, a vision of green pastures and peaks overlooking a jewel-like lake.
Drink in the setting and crisp air, and enjoy time to follow the hiking trails, go horse riding or boating, or visit a traditional restaurant.
Girona and Costa Brava Tour from Barcelona
Discover the coastal elegance of the Costa Brava region on a full-day trip to Girona and Calella de Palafrugell from Barcelona. Travel through the scenic Catalan countryside, and discover the atmospheric streets of Girona’s old medieval town.
Admire the fantastic fortresses of Pals, absorb the seaside charm of rural fishing village, Calella de Palafrugell, and admire the dramatic landscapes of Begur, the former home of an ancient castle.
Barcelona Sagrada Familia Tour
Sail past long lines of tourists trying to gain entry to Gaudi’s La Sagrada Familia with this 1.5-hour priority access tour of the modernist masterpiece. Accompanied by a guide, head straight inside to get a fascinating insight into the history of the UNESCO World Heritage-listed cathedral. Admire the opulent ceilings and stained-glass windows while learning about the building’s charismatic creator or visit the museum to see exhibits on the cathedral’s history and observe original plaster models and design sketches.
FC Barcelona Football Stadium Tour and Museum Tickets
Fancy a more sporty adventure, then delve into FC Barcelona's history on a 1.5-hour independent tour of Camp Nou stadium.Visit the changing rooms, pitch, presidential box, and press room, then head to the FC Barcelona Museum, where you'll find the club’s gleaming trophy collection and interactive exhibits.
The most innovating and exciting aquatic sport of the moment!
It’s simply a Skateboard connected to a motor and a hose. The hose is united to a jetski that gives the host the force of the water to move the board.
With the force of the water you are be able to do acrobatic jumps and fly high in the air.
It is not necessary to have experience, you should learn the basics in a few minutes.
Prices start from €75.00
Written by Emmet Foxe