3-Day Highlights of Barcelona Itinerary
3-Day Highlights of Barcelona Itinerary
3-Day Highlights of Barcelona Itinerary

Maxine Taylor

3-Day Highlights of Barcelona Itinerary

This 1-day Sunset Strip itinerary covers the most famous area of Sunset Boulevard! Locals and tourists will enjoy this in-depth historic tour of one of the most famous parts of the city, exploring Los Angeles' infamous party street...and this street's wild history is anything but boring.
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This guide was created to introduce first-time visitors to the many exciting things Barcelona has to offer. It’s a whirlwind “best of” tour for those who only have a few days to enjoy the city. To help you save time and money, I’ve highlighted the most impressive sights, the tastiest food, and the ideal place to sleep. The guide also provides information on getting to and around Barcelona and features detailed walking instructions to minimize the chance of getting lost.

You'll Discover

  • The best sights Barcelona has to offer
  • The best time to visit the city
  • How to get to Barcelona both internationally and from within Spain
  • What to eat and the best restaurants to eat it in
  • The perfect hotel—right in the middle of the action and with an amazing 24/7 buffet
  • Ideas for exciting day trips if you have a little more time to spend in the area

Itinerary Features

  • Numerous maps and detailed walking directions to get you from place to place
  • A handy language guide with important phrases in both Spanish and Catalan
  • Pictures of some of Barcelona's key highlights
  • Useful website links

Sights and Neighborhoods You'll Visit

  • La Rambla
  • Casa Milà
  • The Eixample
  • Barcelona Cathedral
  • La Sagrada Familia
  • Picasso Museum
  • Block of Discord
  • The Barri Gotic (Gothic Quarter)
  • Parc Güell
  • La Boqueria Market
  • Barcelona Harbor
  • Christopher Columbus Monument
  • La Ribera
  • Gaudi’s House
  • City History Museu

Who Should Use This Itinerary?

Although anyone can benefit from the valuable information in this itinerary, it is especially well-suited for

  • First-time visitors to Barcelona
  • People who only have a few days in the city and want to see all the highlights without wasting valuable time figuring out what to do and how to get around
  • Individuals who enjoy history, culture, the arts, and food
  • People who enjoy walking and soaking up the atmosphere of a place
  • Travelers on a low-to-moderate budget

Itinerary Table of Contents

About This Guide

Who Should Use This Guide?

When to Go

A Note on Language

Transportation

            International Flights to Barcelona

            Domestic Travel to Barcelona

            Getting around Barcelona

Hotel Recommendation

Food Recommendations

            Tapas

            A Few Things Not to Miss

3-Day Itinerary Overview

Day 1

Day 2

Day 3

Day Trip Ideas

About the Author

Itinerary Sample

This is a sample of the itinerary. The actual itinerary includes additional pictures and maps.

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La Sagrada Familia

From Avinguda Diagonal, continue straight onto Plaça de la Sagrada Família. As you approach the church, don’t be dismayed by what appears to be repair work. The massive church, begun by Gaudi in 1888, is actually still under construction. One of the things that makes a visit to La Sagrada Familia so special is knowing that your entrance fee helps pay for the building of the church.

La Sagrada Familia is open April–September from 9:00 am to 8:00 pm and during October–March from 9:00 am to 6:00 pm. The entrance fee is €10 and you can either walk through the church yourself, take a 50-minute guided English-language tour (€4), or follow a 70-minute audioguide (also €4). I highly recommend the audioguide, as it is easy to follow and allows you to move at your own pace.

There are also two elevators you can ride to the roof of the church: one on the church’s Passion façade and the other on the opposite-facing Nativity façade. Each elevator ride is €2.50. If you only have the time or money for one, I suggest the Nativity façade, as the views are slightly better. Be aware, however, that you can’t take the elevator back down—you must descend down a tight, almost unlit spiral staircase with no hand railings. Take your time and step carefully.

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It's simple: we'll fully refund your purchase within 30 days if you don't like our guide.

We try hard to have top quality content, but if you feel it's below standard, then let us know within 30 days from purchase and we'll refund the money.

Just send us an email at hello@unanchor.com.

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We try to include a small appreciation gift directly from us so you know you're getting a personal touch whenever you order directly.

About the Author

Clare Auchterlonie

Since 2001, I have lived in Los Angeles, I came here on a whim from Londand and for the most part, I haven't looked back. Maybe once, when I ran out of tea bags. Always looking for new things to discover in my adopted city - I'm a Resident Tourist!

Instagram: @residenttouristla

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