We had bought football tickets to watch Barcelona play Espanyol before we arrived in Barcelona and Rob had been really looking forward to it all week! We had paid €65 for our tickets and were about 4 rows back from the touchline, behind the goal – great seats. There were loads of ticket touts around the grounds
The Casa Batlio and the magic fountain
There are so many museums to choose from in Barcelona and with all the Gaudi architecture, we felt pretty spoilt for choice on our last day. We decided to go into the Casa Batlio which is beautiful from the outside and like a really quirky house inside. Reminded me of something from Hansel and Gretel!
Getting a good view of Barcelona!
Today we visited three places that all had great views of the city; Tibidabo mountain, Park Guell and Montjuic castle. We used the metro to get as close as possible to each location but some stops didn’t get us very close, so lots of walking too! Our first stop was Tibidabo mountain. We went to
Barcelona bus tour
We started our second day by meeting up with Rob’s family! They were on a cruise and happened to be stopping at Barcelona for the day. We met them down by the harbour and his Grandma was so surprised! We decided the best way for them to see the city was to take the bus
Walking around Barcelona: La Rambla and la boqueria
We flew to Barcelona in October half term from London Stansted and spent the first day exploring part of the city by foot. Barcelona has so much to offer and we were really glad we had planned out a bit of an itinerary before we arrived as this made sure we did most of the