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Barcelona, the cosmopolitan capital of the Spanish province of Catalonia, is known for its architecture and sculpture. The fantastic Church of Sagrada Família and other modernist landmarks built by Antoni Gaudí dot the area. The Museu Picasso and the Fundació Joan Miró, by their namesakes, display modern sculpture. MUHBA Museum of City History contains several Roman archeological sites
Barcelona is also known as the city of the popular Camp Nou stadium and football team Barça. One of the city's greatest accomplishments was the hosting of the 1992 Olympic Games, thanks to this event Barcelona has become popular in the world's eyes and is now one of Spain's biggest tourist attractions.
Barcelona, which has been besieged many times throughout its history, has a rich cultural heritage and is today an important cultural center and a major tourist destination. The architectural works of Antoni Gaudí and Lluís Domènech I Montaner, which have been declared World Heritage Sites by UNESCO, are especially well known.
Bombas. Bombas. A bomba is similar to croquettas, made from meat and mashed potatoes shaped in a ball, coated with breadcrumbs and fried. Breakfast Like a Barcelona Local. Other common products for breakfast include bikini (a toasted cheese and ham sandwich), pa amb tomàquet (tomato bread, garlic and olive oil drizzle) or a Spanish omelet slice
Barcelona is a city that is easy to eat every day. The streets of the city are lined with large terraces and cafés with restaurants. And their traditional small plate eating style is ideal for all-day grazing. Most of the restaurants in Barcelona have almost identical menus of pintxos and tapas.
Situated between the sea and the mountains, Barcelona has found a remarkable balance: one foot in the conventional stuff and the other in the avant-garde. Barcelona is known for its cosmopolitan reputation
Barcelona is a town renowned for its beautiful nightlife. Bars, bars and clubs give a wide range. The great Barcelona party is also the Barcelona Erasmus party. It also happens that many locals and nightclubs only open on Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays, but you come to Barcelona for a few days and enjoy the night and day, so you want to go out in Barcelona on weekdays at night.
The beachfront boardwalk in Barcelona stretches for miles. Getting from Barceloneta to Diagonal Mar on foot will take an honest hour but it is a walk that actually helps you understand the world. The westernmost beaches like Sant Sebastià are busier and more touristy but are backed by a robust lattice of classy shops and bars with terraces and outdoor seating in Barceloneta.
Only the main driver can drive a rental car, but there is the option of adding an extra driver that also has an additional fee. Check out the full terms and conditions to find out how much it is. When picking up the car the additional driver would need to be present at the local rental office to show his / her driver license. Some limitations can apply.
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