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As one of the most travel-friendly cities in Europe, Barcelona’s locals see tourism as both a curse and a blessing, and we’ll take you through how to make the most of its true charms and move to the beat of the authentic Barcelona, without falling prey to tourist traps. Don’t make the mistake of thinking that Catalonia’s regional capital will be like anywhere else in Spain: yes, there are parallels, but Catalan culture is markedly separate, and we’ll show you why this once independent region of the Iberian Peninsula and its fiercely proud people define themselves as different. The city’s compact size makes a walk from its ancient centre to its vibrant beaches an easy one – cool breeze permitting, meaning it’s manageable to see your fair share of the area in both a long weekend city break and a longer Catalan adventure.
<strong>What you will find inside:</strong>
<li>Welcome to Barcelona! </li>
<li>Quick Snapshot of Barcelona</li>
<li>Amsterdam’s Nightlife - This Is What You Cannot Miss</li>
<li>How to Get Around In Barcelona (Without Getting Lost!) </li>
<li>Where to Sleep (Options According to Each Budget)</li>
<li>Crash Guide to Barcelona’s Best Cuisine </li>
<li>Day Trips from Barcelona</li>
<li>What’s the Best Time to Go to Barcelona?</li>
<li>Sample Itineraries </li>
<li>A Bit of Barcelona’s History </li>
<li>El Barri Gòtic</li>
<li>La Rambla </li>
<li> La Ribera </li>
<li>Port Vell & La Barceloneta</li>
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