We have already given you plenty of reasons to visit Barcelona, and have helped you save money while you getting yourself cultured, so now that you are convinced that you want to visit Barcelona, we wanted to go a little further and prepare an itinerary for the perfect weekend!

Make sure you read until the end!

Day 01

The Sagrada Familia

Perhaps the best-known symbol of the city of Barcelona. The Sagrada Familia is a Catholic basilica designed by the Catalan architect Antoni Gaudí. Although his works began in 1882, to this day it has not yet been finished. Although that's not a problem! The basilica is the greatest example of the Catalan modernist architecture and is one of the most visited Spanish monuments.

The Parc Güell

A majestic public park, full of wonderful gardens and unique architectural elements that are definitely worth visiting. The Güell Park is the reflection of the most naturist Gaudí, a combination of organic forms present in nature and a deep analysis of regulated geometry.

The Ramblas

This emblematic walk runs between Plaza Cataluña and the old port. Las Ramblas is a place that you should visit any time of day, full of people from morning to night. Press kiosks, flowers, street performers, coffee shops, restaurants and shops are responsible for filling you with life.
Day 02

The Gothic neighbourhood

The Gothic quarter is the oldest part of the city, as well as being the historic centre. Wherever you turn you will find historic wonders: The cathedral of Santa Cruz and Satna Eulalia, the royal palace, the history museum, the Portal del Angel, the Casa Marti... and much more 

The Casa Batlló

Theis building is a complete remodelling, by Antonio Gaudí, of a previously existing building by Emilio Sala Cortés. To visit this architectural marvel, come to number 43 Paseo de Grácia, to the wide avenue that crosses the Ensanche district (Eixample), in the so-called "Manzana de la Discordia".
The Montjuic

To finish your visit to Barcelona, nothing better than surrounding yourself with nature. For this, we have chosen the mountain Montjuic, which is at a height of 173 meters above sea level and where an Iberian settlement from the third century BC and the second century BC can be found.
If you want to discover more of the history that hides on this mountain ... there is nothing better than visiting it!
Where to sleep in Barcelona

Tickets, suitcase, tourist guide ... only accommodation is left! What do you think of these Barcelona hostels?