Daily Travel Planner, it is a day by day guide for your trip, you can pick & mix however you want, It is just a way to organize yourself to make the best of your days in Barcelona!
AM; Visit Bunker del Carmelo will give you a breathtaking experience with the most amazing views of Barcelona.
PM; Get lost in Sant Antoni, a give yourself time to visit a few of its gorgeous restaurants to taste Spanish food. Casa Dorita is one of my favorites.
AM; Why not A day trip to Sitges? it will take you only half day and you will get to know a bit of outside Barcelona in this beautiful small town only half an hour from Barcelona
PM; A walk to El born and choose one of its stunning restaurants for a fancy dinner, around Mercado del Born , there are many stunning places in Calle Flassaders o Montcada
AM; What about exploring modern Barcelona? Make your way to Mercado de los Encantes, get in, get loss in its large number of small shops and have a drink with tapas by the bar on the top floor.
When you finish walk all way down through Diagonal, there are a couple of nice parks on the way, and finish at Diagonal mar Shopping Mall and Park Forum, there are many new buildings right here with a trendy and modern new architecture
PM; Have a walk at Eixample, from Plaza Universidad look for Calle Enrique Granados and walk all the way to Diagonal , and make your way down through till you get to Calle Consejo de ciento and enjoy the night at this beautiful district, have dinner a Casa Jaime, Lateral, 2254... an after dinner drink at Artte, will be an excellent choice.
AM; Disvover Montjuit, this magnificent mountain give you lots of choices for half day, i would do it in the morning, to be able to enjoy the stunning views from the top, and if you are brave enough get to the Castle, on top, you can be hero, just for one day
PM; Get lost in Raval , when you find CCCB museum try to get a table to have a drink in one of those nice terraces, In calle Doctor Dou,you’ll find interesting shops and restaurants.Dinner at Raval and a drink at Calle Joaquien Costa is a great plan
A good start to get to know Barcelona is to get to the heart!!
–A walk to Gaudi; make a stop at El Nacional, enjoy all Gaudi buildings at Paseo de Gracia and on your way back have something to eat at Cachito o La botiga. You will have plenty of time to do some shopping as this is a mainly shopping area
If you want to start at this charming and cozy side of Barcelona;
– Barrio gotico is the heart of Barcelona with the oldest squares, churches, Cathedral… give you plenty of time to get to know this beautiful area, and enjoy the fabulous restaurants you will find.I will defiantly try Bodega La Palma, a MUST, and i would not miss Plaza San Felipe Neri, Plaza del PI or Plaza del Rey.
Paseo San Juan, to get here, the best way is to go to Arco del Triunfo, and from there, take the way up and enjoy it.I would take this half day for food & drinks, visiting a few of their gorgeous restaurants, from Arco del Triunfo to Diagonal you have many choices, there is only one rule, you must visit at least 3!
I recommend you to take it all to admire the wonderful buildings of this magnificent walk and stop in the place that you like the most or maybe try a couple of then.