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Barcelona card – Save money & time

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If you are going to visit Barcelona, you are probably planning where to go, what to do and places to visit in Barcelona. Barcelona is a beautiful city, full of life and culture, and it’s got a lot of chances for visitors to enjoy it.

The Barcelona card helps you saving time and money during your visit in Barcelona. You’ll save money because it gives you free transport, a lot of discounts and free admission to many museums and sights, as well as entrance fees, entertainment and gifts. Also, you will save time by avoiding a lot of long lines at popular attractions and museums.

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A visit to mount Tibidabo

tibidaboBarcelona is delimited by sea at South and by Rivers at East and West; but also at North, we find Mount Tibidabo (part of Collserola mountains), which has served over centuries as the Northern limit of the city. In the Mountain, besides the breathtaking sights of the city, you will also find 4 popular attractions of the city.

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Barcelona by Seasons

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As one of the top touristic destinations, Barcelona has a lot of things to offer, independently of the season. You will allways have good fun, but not doing the same activities or going to the same places. Each season has its pros and cons. We will give you a little hint on what to do during each season, and you decide when you come and visit us.

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Best markets in Barcelona

mercat-de-santa-caterina-best-markets-top-barcelona-spain Barcelona has been, from ancient times, a trading city. His privileged position in the Mediterranean has helped Barcelona to become a place where all kinds of merchandise can be found and also goods flow through the city (Barcelona’s dock is the third largest in Europe). We will now give you some information on the most important Barcelona markets in town for you to check them out! First of all we will have a look at the food-based markets. Continue reading

A day in Montjuic

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Montjuic stands as Mount of Jewish in Medieval Catalan language, due to the belief that there was a sacred Jewish cemetery in the mountain during that time. It was a reference point in the 18th Century, as the measure from Dunkerque (France) to Montjuic (Barcelona) helped establish the decimal metric system, and at 173 meters tall over the sea, it is the highest mountain in Barcelona.

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