Barcelona is a perfect city for a weekend getaway as many of the main attractions are located in the city center. At Nativics we propose this itinerary that we have thought out and planned in detail so that your weekend in Barcelona is as complete and comfortable as possible. This plan includes accommodation in the center of Barcelona, route through the city center and guided visit to the Sagrada Familia with priority access to avoid the long queues that form at the most visited monument in Spain , the most relevant of the great modernist architect Antoni Gaudí and an essential visit on your trip to Barcelona. Do you have a free weekend? Come to Barcelona!

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Experience Details

Travel guide of Weekend in Barcelona with skip-the-line entrance to the Sagrada Familia and guided tour

Day 1:

Arrival in Barcelona. Discovering the city center.

Once you have settled into your hotel in the center, it is time to enter the city of Barcelona. Walk down the Ramblas, at the end of them is the statue of Columbus, next to the Old Port. If you walk to the opposite side, you will reach the Barri Gòtic (Gothic quarter), the oldest in the city, where the Cathedral of Barcelona is located as well as other places of interest such as the Pont del Bisbe (the Bishop's Bridge), the the Kiss mural, the Basilica of Santa María del Pi, the church of Santa Ana, the church of Sant Felip Neri, the Call neighborhood (old Jewish quarter), Plaza Real and Plaza San Jaime. Get lost in its medieval alleys and if it's time to eat it's a good place to do it.

At the end of the Ramblas you'll come across Plaza de Cataluña and if you continue, you'll come to Paseo de Gracia, a commercial street where Casa Batlló and La Pedrera - Casa Milà are located, modernist buildings by the famous architect Antoni Gaudí, a genius as they come.

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Day 2:

Guided tour of the Sagrada Familia in Barcelona and Park Güell

Today you will visit the Sagrada Familia in Barcelona. Your guide will explain all the details about this great work of Antoni Gaudí that you will be able to contemplate in detail and marvel at its details and curiosities. The visit lasts 90 minutes so, once you finish, you can go to Park Güell , the most original and beautiful park in Barcelona where you can enjoy its fairy-tale houses and gardens, a work also of Gaudí and one of the most visited places in the city that attracts tourists from all over the world. On your way back to the hotel you can walk past the Arc de Triomf in Barcelona and the Parque de la Ciudadela to finish at Port Vell and have a drink or dinner at the very lively Maremagnum shopping centre. If you prefer, you can use public transport, the metro or the bus line since it is a bit far on foot.

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Day 3:

Farewell to Barcelona

Here ends your weekend in Barcelona. Before returning home, don't leave without visiting the Boquería Market, if you haven't already done so. If you go for breakfast, try their freshly squeezed natural juices. If you go at noon, it is an ideal place to eat in some of its stalls. If you have time and you want to, you can take the Montjuic cable car to see the city from above.


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