High 10 Issues to Do in Barcelona | Spain Journey Information

Top 10 Things to Do in Barcelona |  Spain Travel Guide

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47 thoughts on “High 10 Issues to Do in Barcelona | Spain Journey Information

  1. catnaz says:

    Loved the way you talked about Barcelona (my city) with respect and giving lots of emphasis on the fact that Barcelona is Catalonia! Great videos! Fresh and very informative. Awesome to watch 🙂

  2. Maria Luisa says:

    Not that magical they stole my friends purse and money they use a knife to destroy her car tires, I was raped in Barcelona and there are thousands of attacks and robberies, Stay away from Barcelona, besides if you would like to practice your Spanish forget it they won't bother to talk in Spanish.

  3. Pedro & Enid Santiago Gerena says:

    We’re going to Barcelona for a short 4 days the weekend of February 14th. We already booked tours to La Sagrada Familia, Casa Batlio, Montjuic hill, waterfront, and Monserrat. Staying at Novotel hotel. Any suggestions within walking distance (I.e, restaurants, things to do and shopping) will be appreciated

  4. darren motise says:

    It's the locals that are often disrespectful. I heard people just drop their litter everywhere as they walk along. Probably because of minimal garbage cans, but still. And I heard there are really loud motorcycles used a lot. And the pickpocket problem is troublesome, to say the least. Seems the douchebags are mainly the locals, not the tourists. Just saying. And I would think Spaniards are generally really loud at night as they bar hop. That's what I saw in Madrid.

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