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Climb the Three Crosses in Park Güell

Stroll around Park Güell, where the Gaudi House is located, and head to “Tres Crues” which is the highest point in the park for a breathtaking panorama of Barcelona. This is a great spot to get sunset views of the city, so bring your camera, and enjoy!

Explore the Gothic Quarter

Also referred to as Barri Gotic, it is one of the oldest parts of the city with many buildings dating back to the Middle Ages and is made up of a labyrinth of narrow streets. It is easy to get lost (without really getting lost) and spend a whole day exploring. Make sure you visit the Barcelona Cathedral.

Visit La Sagrada Familia

This is possibly the most iconic tourist attraction in Barcelona and is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It is one of the best works of Antoni Gaudí, a Catalan architect, who is well known for its out of this world architectural design. This church is still under construction and they are hoping to complete it on 2026, exactly a century after Gaudí’s death.

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