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We propose 10 plans so that you know the most essential things of Barcelona: 1. The Gaudí's legacy The city of Barcelona is peppered with interesting works of Catalan modernism, among which those of his most famous architect, Antoni Gaudí. Be surprised by the beauty of geometry and volume of the unfinished Sagrada Familia, La Pedrera, Casa Batllo and Park Guell. 2. The bustling life of Las Ramblas Las Ramblas is the most famous street in Barcelona, which runs from Plaza Catalunya to the old port city. Always full of tourists, the atmosphere is lively and bustling, where flower stalls, mimes, shops, hotels and restaurants are interleaved. essential stops are the Fountain of Canaletas, La Boqueria market, the Gran Teatro del Liceo or the Columbus Monument. 3. Getting lost in the Gothic's neighborhood streets The Gothic district is the oldest part of Barcelona, ​​where you can still see some Roman ruins and, specially, living in a medieval atmosphere of narrow streets, palaces and Gothic churches. Attractions include the Cathedral of Santa Eulalia, Sant Jaume Square, Bisbe street or Plaza del Rey. 4. A walk through the neighborhood of La Ribera La Ribera perpetuates its artisan character in the name of many of its streets, recalling that it was the economic center of the city between the thirteenth and fifteenth centuries. After walking around the Ciudadela's Park, get carried away by its winding streets, dotted with boutiques and cafes. The hub is the Paseo del Born and the Santa Maria del Mar beautiful Church, protagonist of the novel 'La Catedral del Mar', by Ildefonso Falcones. 5. Bread with tomato and other Catalan delights For breakfast or complement any meal in Barcelona, you cannot miss ​​bread with tomato and ham. It is a simple but very tasty dish you can find in any restaurant in the city. Also enjoy the bravas potatoes, the sausage, the Catalan cream, roasted vegetables or a bowl of rice. If you're traveling in winter, you cannot resist chocolatiers in Petritxol street. 6. Privileged views from the Carmel Bunkers What during the Civil War was an anti-aircraft battery, high in the neighborhood of El Carmel, it is today one of the most amazing viewpoints in Barcelona. You can contemplate the whole sea, the layout of the streets and buildings as the Agbar Tower, the Sagrada Familia, aswell as the Cathedral and the Hotel Vela. His improvised terraces are a good place to chat with friends and enjoy the sunset. 7. Sailor environment and beach days in La Barceloneta With good weather feel closer to La Barceloneta, one of the most popular districts of the city, with a special marine character. Far from the tourist resorts, its streets impregnated with salt, show the natural and charismatic face of its people. It also has a busy area, the next to the sea, where the beach of La Barceloneta, the History Museum of Catalonia or the tempting fish restaurants. 8. Art, nature and show in Montjüic Montjüic is much more than a mountain of Barcelona. His physiognomy, mixing parks, museums, monuments or sports facilities, is the result, among other things, of the International Exhibition of Barcelona of 1929 and the Olympic Games in Barcelona 1992. Two essential visits are Montjuic Castle, crowning the mountain and the Plaza de España. Also do not miss the nightly light show and music from the Magic Fountain of Montjuic. 9. Up to Tibidabo Another natural viewpoints of Barcelona is the top of Tibidabo, the Sierra de Collserola highest peak. After the ascension in the funicular, you can enjoy of the oldest them park in Spain, with some still in operation; the Temple of the Sacred Heart, neo-Gothic style; Collserola Tower, built during the Olympic Games; and the Fabra Observatory, dedicated to meteorology, seismology and astronomy for over a hundred years ago. 10. The football madness and Barca Barcelona is one of the meccas of international football. If you are a Barca follower, the visit to Camp Nou and its museum, is a must. In Barcelona you have tons of stores with Barça shirts, and the match days there is a great and very sportive atmosphere, not only in the stadium but in all the bars in town. If the team wins, you will find the Barça fans celebrating, as it is tradition in the Fountain of Canaletas.