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Barcelona Journey Information

Barcelona Travel Guide



Our Barcelona journey information! We had a blast right here and found probably the most suggestive meals objects ever!

Apps we point out:
Google Maps – https://www.google.com/cellular/maps/
Uber Eats – http://www.ubereats.es/
CityMapper – https://citymapper.com/barcelona

The place we stayed – http://www.reserving.com/lodge/es/quartprimera.en-gb.html?assist=338557

Foreign money conversion device: http://www.xe.com/

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37 thoughts on “Barcelona Journey Information

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  2. Agent says:

    I love Barcelona & I love the food scene. But I won’t rank it that high. If food in Europe alone is the category, Italy hands down, holds that title. And I would rank it in the top 3 best along with Japan & Thailand.

  3. barry clegg says:

    I love Barcelona as i go most year to watch football. Its a wonderful city. Thankfully this year i went in January just before the virus started so i was lucky. God knows wen i can go back due to covid

  4. Mr NixxxoN says:

    Siesta is a myth, please stop repeating this. It's fake news.
    Maybe in southern spain still exists to some degree, but in Barcelona/Catalonia? Nope. We have dinner late but its not because of siesta or any particular reason, its just our culture, we just do it like that.

  5. Erna Wati says:

    Torremolinos bus driver cheater ungenuine by giving less the change. Full corrupt. Let the illegals imitation sellers along the beach and bothering the tourists. Like conspiration with the aurhorities. The same with carton box jackpot playing in Benidorm.

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  7. Goats On The Road says:

    Super useful video but I can’t believe it:

    “Best food city in Europe”

    “We only have a short time in Barcelona”

    Then wastes a meal in McDonald’s and actually promotes it to people online. You lost a like and a potential subscriber in me.

    Otherwise a great video man! Such a shame

    Travel isn’t about visiting McDonald’s… onions and doughnuts were the only other meals mentioned.

    There are up and coming restaurants that would’ve loved this spotlight time you gave. Instead it’s given to a multinational conglomerate at the head of an obesity crisis that needs no more promotion.

    Seriously well done otherwise.

    Too bad.

  8. Gess Healey says:

    Thanks, that was helpful. It would be helpful to let folks know they should have tickets (online/printed?) for Sagrada, Park Güelle, Monserrat, etc. We bought our yesterday @ home (NM/USA) for next week!

  9. Adil Hasanović says:

    pick-pockets are real
    If you stay more than a day you will have stuff stolen doesn't matter if it's tied down locked or in your pants when you get to your hotel you will probably have something missing
    I would 100% recommend if visiting barcelona to try not to use trains as your main form of transport
    And try to avoid la rambla it's expensive and you will be pick pocketed

  10. Parrot Brand says:

    Barcelona subway is like a sauna from June to October. I think Europe needs to use air-conditioning since global climate has already been seriously messed up. Soon there won't be a winter.

    One thing i like about Barcelona is that despite the crowds of tourists, the Catalan people are still friendly and polite to foreigners. Another thing I like is they have big supermarkets downtown in the city. Their museums are underrated but cheap and good.

  11. Indy Cyclist says:

    Alex, just got back from Barcelona and I can easily see why this is a Food City. In fact while I did have some Spanish food including one of the few good tapas places (most "tapas" are just a mishmash of meals in smaller portions, or tourist restaurants), my favorite food experiences were things I didn't even think I'd get in Barcelona. I had great Japanese food. I had great pizza. I had great baked goods. Oh my god, baked goods are so good in Barcelona!

    Also I love Barcelona bars. Not only are they everywhere, but many are open for breakfast so you can get an espresso and your morning pastry or whatever.

    Finally, espresso! It is everywhere! This is a city that LOVES its coffee. Espresso machines are everywhere in this city. One of the shop owners told me that espresso machines are given for free but then you have to buy the beans through that vendor only. So this means even places that normally wouldn't serve coffee serve coffee.

    T-10 ticket for transit. Holy hell this is such a solid transit system. Bus and metro is awesome. Tram is kind of out of the way but I guess is okay once you're in the area.

    Credit card usage was no problem everywhere, including transit.

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