Oct 28, 2010

I love Barcelona!




I am completely in love with Barcelona. I love all the Gaudí architecture, sculptures and creations. I love the way people are so friendly, educated, kind and culturally educated. I love the food, cuisine and fresh food. 

The first time I had heard from Barcelona was on the Olympics in 1992. Since then, I heard many other things from holding the International Exposition to the Mediterranean Sea beauty. The rich history of Catalonia and the deep value it has on the people in Barcelona is amazing. The individuality and character can be felt in the language, city development and globalization.


Casa Batlló, Park Guell, Costa Brava, Plaça de Catalunya, Iglesia de Santa Maria del Mar, Mercado de la Boqueria, La Sagrada Familia, Barcelona FC (soccer team), La Pedrera, Fundació Joan Miró, Las Ramblas, Tibidabo, Museo Picasso describe a little of everything this city has to offer. Keep time to enjoy food, wander all the streets, visit the Gaudí creations with time. 

The only thing is if you have time and conditions, go explore the beaches on the Aguablava coast. These treasures have so much to offer and are amazing spots. Plus, if you have a chance go - at least - visit where the worldly famous El Bulli restaurant used to be (yes, it was announced they have closed for granted) and savour El Celler De Can Roca (one of top 10 restaurants in the world).

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