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Barcelona Travel Guide

You don't have to be an architecture buff to admire Gaudi's whimsical architecture, which you can find throughout Barcelona. You also don't have to book pricey tours to visit sites like the Sagrada Familia cathedral, Park Guell, and Casa Batlló. Public transportation is easy to use in this city—just hop on the bus from the ship to the Columbus statue, cross the street, and take the subway wherever you please. Tickets cost €1.25 each way. Photo: iStockphotoAbout Barcelona

Barcelona offers visitors a rich sensory experience at a reasonable price. The city's independent spirit keeps it accessible even as the hip factor in the city rises. read more

When to Visit Barcelona

Visitors come to Barcelona for its beaches, nightlife, events, and outdoor activities such as hiking, biking, sunbathing, and sightseeing. The most popular time to visit is during the summer, when schools are on vacation and the weather is hot. In the spring, fewer people visit and temperatures are cooler than summer. read more

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