Tuesday, 28 May 2013

Visits to Barcelona

With a few days during the bridges of the month of may, I decided to leave the greyness of the Lyon region to return to Barcelona an umpteenth time. I'm starting to well know the Catalan capital but we view each time new places to see. In this article I will list 4 other activities / places to discover in outgoing Barcelona a little traditional such as the Sagrada Familia, Parc de la Ciutadella, Parc Güell...

This trip to Spain, will also make the full of products that is not as good as in France as the chorizo, olive oil or el lomo. These 2 days in Barcelona will allow us to make the following activities:

This Park is located on a hill overlooking the city of Barcelona. There is also the Church of the sacred heart with its statue like 2 drops of water resembling the Corcovado in Rio de Janeiro. Access to the Park is either by car or by tram or funicular still. Views of Barcelona is splendid and the amusement park we will be having a good time.

This means of transport to get to Montjuïc is often confused with the funicular. However are 2 very different things. The cable car takes on the Barceloneta and connects the San Sebastia tower with the World Trade Center Jaume Tower and finally the Miramar (Montjuïc). There is thus a view on la Barceloneta and the parc de la Ciutadella.

The visit to the Museum is coupled with that of the impressive Stadium of FC Barcelona. The visit is a bit expensive (€25) but for the football fans we do not count.

This visit of the aquarium is provided in case of bad weather on Barcelona. This is a great area with more than 11,000 fish and 35 aquariums including the famous underwater tunnel. Thus, it runs through the middle of sharks, stingrays and other sea creatures.

This small cheap stay must be organized taking into account the weather (replace the Tibidabo Park by the aquarium) and also the football stage matches.

These visits change that could make so far in Barcelona but we are always happy to visit this city and enjoy the Catalan gastronomy.

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