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Barcelona the capital of Catalonia is located at the Mediterranean Sea in the very north of the Spain coast is one of the most enchanting seaside city with boundless cultural heritage. It is certainly the most cosmopolitan and economically most active city in the country which has its own unique culture, traditions and personality. Mediterranean port, Olympic host, multicultural hotspot, thriving metropolis, unique architectural legacy, eye-catching attractions, world-class drinking and dining scene etc inspires the senses and let the imagination flow. So pack your bags now and fly to Barcelona as it has so much to offer that you can’t even imagine.
Among the must-visit attractions of the city La Sagrada Familia Temple is the top of any list is the most famous as well as most visited attractions of Spain that welcome over 3 million visitors every year. This giant basilica as designed by the master architect Antonio Gaudi and has been under construction since 1882 and it still needs 30 to 80 years to be completely finished depending on the funding and resources. If you are with kids then attending the Magic Fountain Show is a must for you as you have never seen a fountain like this and it is no less than a magical experience of the beautiful show of water, light and music. Visit the Picasso Museum which is the most famous museum in the city renowned for its unique collection of 4000 works of art of best-loved artist of the world.
Those who love adventure and want to capture the panoramic views of the city then you should visit Tibidabo. The views of the Barcelona are fantastic from here and there is a small and fun vintage park at the top which remains open in the summers from March to September. You can reach the Tibidabo hilltop by a vintage Blue Tram which connects the mountain railway. Modernisme was a Catalan cultural movement centered in Barcelona and Catalonia from 1888 to 1911 and this building is the cultural expression of this movement and among the many brilliant works of Antoni Gaudi. Do visit the Parc Guell which is among the top attractions of the city and is a World UNESCO Heritage Site a park on the Carmel hill where you can arrive either by the hip-on-hip-off bus or from metro station Vallcarca. Visit the Gothic quarter of the city Barrio Gotico which grew around the Roman town of Barcino which is the oldest areas of Barcelona and is decked with many beautiful churches, plazas, markets and museums. It is best seen on foot as the tour buses cannot drive through its narrow streets. No visit to Barcelona is considered complete without visiting La Rambla Street which starts at the Central Square Plaza Catalunya and ends at Columbas Monument at the Port Vell Marina is a pleasant to stroll down and enjoy the culture. If you don’t want to miss all this and much more than book your flights to Barcelona now and enjoy a great holiday trip.
If you are looking for the cheap flights to Barcelona from the United Kingdom the flightoffice.co.uk offers you the best deals. Not only the flights but on hotel accommodations and car rentals you can avail huge discounts. The airlines that offer service between the two destinations are easyJet, Vueling, and British Airways. Most popular time to fly to Barcelona is August and the best time to beat the crowd is January. Visitors can get flights to Barcelona from London Gatwick and London Heathrow airports.
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