In this video we’ll show you 10 best things to see in Barcelona.
🌎 Google Maps TOP 10 Barcelona by TheFelpers: https://bit.ly/2HN59te
Here are our top 10 picks:
#1 0:28 CIUTADELLA PARK – this historical garden is considered the greenest oasis in Barcelona. See also Arc de Triomf which is very close to the park.
#2 1:02 LA BARCELONETA – it is nowadays famous for its sandy beach and numerous restaurants and nightclubs along the boardwalk.
#3 1:31 PARK GÜELL – UNESCO declared the park a World Heritage Site under "Works of Antoni Gaudí".
#4 2:21 SAGRADA FAMÍLIA is a large unfinished Roman Catholic church by Antoni Gaudí.
#5 3:10 GOTHIC QUARTER is the center of the old city of Barcelona.
#6 3:46 LA RAMBLA is a 1,2 km long crowded street in central Barcelona.
#7 4:23 LA BOQUERIA MARKET is a large public market in the Old City district of Barcelona, firstly mentioned in 1217.
#8 4:58 CATALONIA SQUARE is a large square in central Barcelona where some of the city's most important streets and avenues meet.
#9 5:31 THE MAGIC FOUNTAIN was constructed for the 1929 Barcelona International Exposition.
#10 6:18 MUSEUMS AND EXHIBITIONS – there are numerous remarkable museums and exhibitions, such as Palau Nacional, macba, CosmoCaixa - Science Museum, Design Museum of Barcelona, Museu de les Ciències Naturals de Barcelona, Monastery of Pedralbes, CCCB, etc.
Of course, there are plenty other sights to see and things do in Barcelona, for example, Casa Mila, Montjuïc Castle, Camp Nou, Tibidabo, Columbus monument, etc.
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Photos used in this video:
Temple Expiatori de la Sagrada Família obra modernista d’Antoni Gaudí, Bernard Gagnon, https://bit.ly/2HWDpQn
Vista general del Barrio de la Barceloneta de Barcelona, CGE, https://bit.ly/2Kfp6HE
Barceloneta Beach in Barcelona, Otto Normalverbraucher, https://bit.ly/2HY0tOF
Sagrada Familia en 1915, https://bit.ly/2I0lOXK
Antoni Gaudi 1878, https://bit.ly/2KcJsRz
Francisco de Paula del Villar, https://bit.ly/2HKpv6j
Baldomer Gili Roig. La Sagrada Família, 1905, https://bit.ly/2vNJHzC
Proyectos sucesivos de F. del Villar para la S. Familia, https://bit.ly/2FeLDAo
Sagrada Familia, Canaan, https://bit.ly/2HqovVP
Plaça Catalunya, Panorama seen westward, Tango7174, https://bit.ly/2Hthm6X
Barcelona 1905, Montse liz, https://bit.ly/2Hvyfd2
Plaza Catalunya, Year of the dragon, https://bit.ly/2qYv9Ye
La plaza de Cataluña hacia el año 1900, https://bit.ly/2FflktZ
Tibidabo, amaianos, https://bit.ly/2vFHE0w
emple del Sagrat Cor vist des de la Talaia del Tibidabo, Jordiferrer, https://bit.ly/2HoZGto
Castell de Montjuïc, :Puigalder, https://bit.ly/2qYvXMK
Building process of Disseny Hub Barcelona building 2012, Kippelboy, https://bit.ly/2JpiYv1
The Palau Nacional, Felix König, https://bit.ly/2JqWREL
Cloister of Santa Maria de Pedralbes, Marc Figueras, https://bit.ly/2K8fZIJ
Montjuïc castle, https://bit.ly/2KdK35y
Barcelona (Spain) Stadium, Сергей Алексеев, https://bit.ly/2Ho7U4F
Barcelona, Niklas Gustavsson, https://bit.ly/2FfyXJv
Tibidabo, Oliver-Bonjoch, https://bit.ly/2vIyJeA
Monument a Colom, Photo by DAVID ILIFF. License: CC-BY-SA 3.0, https://bit.ly/2HNDOXW
Columbus Monument: bronze bas-relief: Columbus meeting King Ferdinand and Queen Isabella in Córdoba: Georges Jansoone, https://bit.ly/2Jp97Fs
La Rambla 2011, Jens Cederskjold, https://bit.ly/2Fed11y
La Rambla 2009, Flickr user Oh-Barcelona.com, https://bit.ly/2HX6nzR
La Rambla 2004, Stefano Mortellaro, https://bit.ly/2JpGqIN
SAGRA FAMILIA SPAIN, Brianza2008, https://bit.ly/2Hs5Vs2
La Sagrada Família per fí té un interior acabat, SBA73, https://bit.ly/2HPbrIK
Interior of Sagrada Familia Cathedral, Alvesgaspar, https://bit.ly/2JqYUbV
Basilika Sagrada Família, Krypta, Misburg3014, https://bit.ly/2HrooVK
View of Sagrada Familia from Placa de Gaudi, C messier, https://bit.ly/2qZdqjd
Plaça Catalunya from Corte Ingles, Antonio De Lorenzo, https://bit.ly/2vOUZmW
Other photos are from @thefelpers :)
Déu ha creat tot.Barcelona és un d'aquells llocs bonics.Vaig veure una bonica i neta la ciutat.l'alcorà també Déu Totpoderós ha dit.En el nom d'Al·là, el Bondadós, el Misericordiós.
1.Dir: "Déu és un de sol."
2 - Allah és Samed (Tot Està En Necessitat d'ell, i ell no està en la necessitat de qualsevol persona).
3 - que no va néixer i no va néixer.
4 - i res no és comparable a ell.
SORRY FOR THIS,but Barcelona isla awfull,very crowdy,prices a rip off...a horrible place to spent your holydays...But I was lucky...and run away from Bcn and only some miles away I discover VALENCIA...Guauuu what a city!..Much more beutifull,cheap and a really mediterranean Spanish city...
now my version ,arrive in barcelona go to the parks eat some local food then go sleep , Next day grab a rent car in the early morning buy bread and tunna and some soda drive to less populated beaches next to bsrcelona come back at the afternoon , sleep in the room eat at an imbiss then go to a barcelona match then go home and sleep. Next day early in the morning beach next to barcelona then the oceanium the. visit a libary and walk the streets while eating some ice or local snack food. Chill at the barcelona chill at the evening and then fly back home (that would be a satisfienh weekend for me).
And not mention the Palau de la musica off the Ramblas The most incredible concert hall ever, gorgeous. Parks, fountains, beaches, those are everywhere in the planet, I don't waste time and money traveling to go to a park.
Barcelona ya no es lo que era, se ha convertido en un estiércol social, más delincuencia cada día, y no hablemos del comercio, cada día se cierran pequeños comercios en el centro, es imposible competir con los top mantas que vende artículos falsificados de grandes marcas. La ruina agónica de la ciudad más atractiva de Europa que era Cataluña, una pena, todo gracias a su gestión política, dedicada sólo al procés.
My personal list:
1 Montjuic (Font Magica, Castell, Olympia Stadium, Teleferic, Plaza de Espanya)
2 Camp Nou (luckily got the full experience tour without having to pay extra)
3 Tibidabo Amusement Park
4 Sagrada Famila
6 Harbour (Kolumbus, Rambla del Mar...)
7 Ville Gothic+both Cathedrals
8 Park Güell
9 La Rambla+Mercat de la Boqueria
10 Park de la Ciutadella
For me it's hard to define what an attraction means. I took something that felt like one unit. Didn't do any Casas from Gaudi. My favorite attraction in general while I was in spain was Portaventura World (I really love amusement parks).
Hey Boket, May is one of the best months to visit. Should be nice and warm while not too hot - average os 73 F (23 C) so you can bring short sleeves, but just in case bring some warmer clothes too. Enjoy 😉
Been to almost every place in Barcelona that has been shown in this video.
I recommend it .. if you have the chance, just go to Barcelona <3 My favororite city to go to. Never getting tired when going there. Love it!
Very nice video!
Last month we were in barselona , all this places were in the giude list , and I can also recomend the perineum mountains and monserat ,and Salvador dally mousium also costa brava beach was amasing ,we saw Mases 's house , don't forgot to take boat from marimagnom ,be ware every thing is so expensive and there are a lot of poketstiler .it's amazing trip to barselona ,
Hey Amil the next time you are in Barcelona, be sure to hit us up! Show this message to one of the waiters and we will take care of you.
Love what you are doing with the channel, keep up the good work!
Very nice video! May I add personal favorites? - - > Market of Sant Antoni is also awesome and I prefer Paseo de Gràcia or Rambla Catalunya to Las Ramblas. Two hidden gems are: hospital de Sant Pau and Park of Horta Labyrinth. Among museums, the Maritime Museum is a personal favorite and you can walk to Barceloneta afterwards and have a nice Paella in there :-)
Loved your video. I visited Barcelona myself with some friends after uni, where I vlogged to showcase how amazing the city truly is. Would love for anyone to check it out and let me know what you think, any sort of feedback would be amazing, thank you so much. Great work and keep the videos coming.
Hey Haida, sorry you feel this way. The year 2019 next to the title is there so that viewers know that the information is current for 2019 as well. We made the video 9 months ago when we were in Barcelona and would make exactly the same recommendations now for 2019. For instance, our Top 10 Hong Kong doesn’t have 2019 next to it because there have been a few changes in the recent years. Do you have any recommendations on what to see in this beautiful city? We’d love to hear about hidden gems or any other ideas as well 😀
I'm a barceloner citizen. Be welcome to my city but i pray you don't walk nude for the streets, don't go with ridiculous mexican hats, don't looks for flamenco, toros, sangria or those spanish culture (we've another things) , don't go drunk, don't jump the balconies. The people here are very tired of all those stupid tourist... please respect us when you visit our city. Enjoy it.
Thanks for sharing your opinion pim pam... Barcelona offers so much, you live in an amazing city, I'm sure the majority value Barcelona for incredible culture, history, and wonderful atmosphere. We are certainly going back soon 😉
I strongly recommend not visiting this place. Their administration promotes hatred against tourists and other Spanish citizens and they are rioting all the time. Unless you are drunken tourists and want to find cheap prostitutes.
I will be in Barcelona in feb 5. I wanna know where to go except museums, historical buildings etc... I am going there in winter season so I concern streets be empty... Can you suggest me bars, live music, clubs, crowded restaurants etc... thanks
Hey Michele, good for you 😀 Depends what you want to see, maybe you can make a priority list if you can’t visit all. Places like Sagrada Familia or Parc Guel are obvious first choices. How long will you be there for?
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