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48 hours in Barcelona

48 hours in Barcelona 

You only have two days to see the best Barcelona has to offer? This guide will tell you where to go.

Pages

30

Updated

Apr 27, 2014

Purchases

118

About the Guidebook

Day 1: itinerary

Cathedral de Barcelona > Museu Picasso > La Rambla with La Boqueria > La Barceloneta > Parc de la Ciutadella > Arco de Triunfo

 

Day 2: itinerary

La Sagrada Familia > Casa Batlló > Parc Güell > Arenas de Barcelona > Plaça d'Espanya > Parc de Montjuïc

Local Knowledge & Cool Perks


As an independent traveler I plan and organize all of my travels myself. This makes that I don't only include the typical sights and attractions, but also more off the beaten path places. 

I've made it a custom to always use my first day in a new city to just wander around and find exactly those spots that a lot of guidebooks fail to mention.

That being said, when you only have 48 hours in a city I think it's important to visit it's highlights. After all, there's a reason while touristy places are touristy.

About the Author


In 2012 I combined my passion for writing with my wanderlust and created the travel blog WonderfulWanderings.com. Since then I've been sharing travel tips, trip reports, reviews and thoughts on travel to help others plan their own wonderful wandering. I'm a tea drinker and you can always make me happy with a piece (or a whole bar) of chocolate.

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