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Resting gracefully on the cnorth-eastern part of Spain, Barcelona is the capital and one of the largest cities in the autonomous Catalonia region. Hosting the population of approximately 1.6 million, this vibrant city is also known to be the second most populated city in Spain. Seen to be one of the largest metropolises on the Mediterranean Sea, situated amidst the mouth of the serene rivers Llobregat and Besos, spring to the western side by the jaw-dropping Serra de Collserola mountain range which features the peak of 512 metres.

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Dating back to the ancient times when Barcelona was founded as a Roman city with baroque architecture and culture so rich that it dazzled every breath that was ever taken at that time.

During the Middle Ages, this city got an opportunity to become the capital of County of Barcelona and at a later stage, it collaborated with the Kingdom of Aragon but remained to be a primary source for income growth due to the rise in economy. Contemporarily, due to the mesmerising sightseeing places and important cultural centres, Barca has become a favourite tourist destination for all the travel fanatics out there. Architectural works of the renowned artists such as Antoni Gaudi and Lluís Domènech i Montaner helped Barcelona in getting the designation of World Heritage Sites by UNESCO.

If you are a sports fanatic, we’re sure this place is of no surprise to you. Home to one of the most successful football clubs, the city warmly welcomes a huge number of tourists due to the international football tournaments that it features.

Best Time to visit Barcelona 

One of the greatest perks that the visitors can enjoy while visiting Barcelona is that the weather is fairly good throughout the year which makes it a perfect destination to visit. However, if you want to witness the local culture and soak the festive happiness that dangles in the air, make sure to plan a trip during the first half of March, the entire month of May and mid September to October which is indubitably the best time to visit the place. Late spring to early autumn features a lot of festivals to enjoy so make sure to plan your trip accordingly.


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Barri Gòtic (Gothic Quarter)

Dating back to the ancient times, this city was considered to be a spiritual centre by the locals and is considered to be one of the top attractions contemporarily. This gothic ruin features the best work of Roman architecture, historic monuments that proudly stand represents the Middle Age at its best. The narrow wobble stoned streets and the alleyways will make you travel back in time due to its serenity and happy ambiance.

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Basilica de la Sagrada Familia

Known to one of the most unconventional churches in Europe, Basilica is the most tourist attracting place in Barcelona. The basilica rests on the northern part of the city and is listed by UNESCO, the lavish exterior and the baroque interior will sway the mind of its visitors with its rare architecture and the portrayal of the different phases of life of Jesus such as Survival, death and resurrection of Jesus.

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La Rambla: Barcelona's Social Hub

Graced with elegance, greenery and sunlights, this social hub is considered to be the heart of Barcelona. The broad street consists of a number of high end brands to shop from, restaurants to dine in. The locals can be found shopping at the Mercat de la Boqueria, the day market, while hanging out with friends to enjoy the nightlife as soon as the sun sets.

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Parc Güell: Gaudí's Surrealist Park

If you want to explore Barcelona at its best, make sure to visit this colourful, mirthful and whimsical park while in the city. This ethereal park is listed as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO, built by Gaudí, Parc Güell offers a panoramic view of the entire city from its terrace. Enjoy the serene view and picturesque surrounding in the park, Casa Museu Gaudí sits right adjacent to the park which now encompasses art, decorative objects and interiors of Gaudí.

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Palau de la Música Catalana

A renowned work of Lluís Domènech i Montaner, this concert hall was seen to be built between 1905 and 1908. The hall seats approximately 2200 people and is seen to be illuminating the entire hall during the day via natural light. Stained glasses, luxurious interior painted in bright colours sums up this place.


A small city situated in the northern Catalonia region, Girona is situated at a distance of 99 km from the vibrant city of Barcelona. The city welcomes a huge number of tourists every year and is used as a filming location for numerous famous movies, make sure to book a ride to this magnificent city. Book your ride with Rydeu to explore various offers customised specially for you.

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Situated approximately 116 km away from Barcelona, Figueres is a small town and home to one of the most renowned artists in Spain, Salvador Dalí. Dalí Jewels Collection, Museu del Joguet de Catalunya and Museu De L’Empordà are some of the most visited places in the city.

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Known to be one of the most thrilling adventurous trips from Barcelona, this vibrant city has a lot to offer to its visitors. It offers a scenic view of the countryside and has a lot of joyful tasks to put in your list. A day trip to Montserrat will give you a chance to visit the local markets, Santa Cova.

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Squandering about 36 km in the southeast direction of Barcelona, Sitges is a small city known for its film festivals and the carnivals that it hosts. Luxurious mansions lined across the sandy beaches assures a trip worth reminiscing till lifetime. The city is home to Spanish arts featuring baroque architecture, book a trip with Rydeu to make sure to experience the serenity and the peaceful ambiance.

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Serra de Collserola

A perfect getaway if you are looking to escape the chaos of Barcelona, Collserola is a mountain range situated amidst the Besos and Llobregat River. If you are an adventure lover, make sure to book a ride with Rydeu to hike at the best place graced with greenery and picturesque surroundings.

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Situated in the province of Tarragona, Montblanc is the capital of Catalan Comarca. If you want to travel back in time and witness the medieval walls and narrow lanes with baroque architecture, make sure to keep this place in your ‘places to explore’ list. Book a ride with Rydeu for a smooth journey.


Situated at a distance of 61 km away from Barcelona, Vic is the capital city of the Comarca of Osona. Known to be nothing less than a paradise for all the food lovers, this city will offer traditional meat that will make you drool over the local cuisine. Nature lovers will be swayed by the beauty that Vic offers.

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