1. Take an architecture tour, I recommend taking the free (pay what you feel) Gaudi tour: https://runnerbeantours.com/tours/gaudi-free-tour-barcelona/
  2. Parc Guell, catch public transport to Lesseps or Vallcarca stations then walk the remainder of the way. You can show yourself around the Parc. This is good to do after your Gaudi tour as you’ll have more appreciation for the design.
  3. Visit the Sagrada Familia, this is also worth waiting to do until after your Gaudi tour. Leave time to explore the outside and inside of the Cathedral. Even if you have cathedral fatigue from visiting one in every city in Europe you’ll still want to see this.
  4. The beach, an integral part of Barcelona’s culture. You should make your way down to the water and enjoy the beach or walk along the foreshore. Bonus points for spotting the large Peix building designed by Frank Gehry.
  5. Walk Las Ramblas (you can do this for free, you might enjoy reading up before you do) https://runnerbeantours.com/a-walking-tour-down-la-rambla-part-1/
  6. Start or finish your Las Ramblas walk at Plaça Reial 
  7. Eat Tapas, pick a local restaurant (one that doesn’t have a menu in five languages with photos.)
  8. Visit (or at least walk up to) the Museu Nacional d’Art de Catalunya
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