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Barcelona has a very varied landscape in terms of architecture, cuisine and culture, ranging from the splendid Parc Guell, Gaudi, a hillside on the outskirts of the city, and the artificial beaches along the sea. In Barcelona, the old blends with the modern, from centennial churches in El Born and Barri Gotic (Gothic Quarter) to contemporary buildings on Passeig de Gràcia and L`Eixample. There are so many places to see in Barcelona that the city almost feels the "pull-in" to see everything.
You can start at the Olympic Port, built for the Summer Olympics of 1992, and then down to the beaches and walks towards Barceloneta, a former fishing district with narrow streets that go to the sea. From Barceloneta, head northwest to the Ciutat Vella (Old Town) and go through the Cathedral, then stop at one of the many cafes and bars along the small churches hidden in the alleys and squares Gothic and have a beer, coffee or tea. The northeast of the Gothic Quarter and El Born to give La Ribera, with its quaint cafés, the bustling Passeiq del Born, a range of shops and the Picasso Museum. Do not miss the church of Santa Maria del Mar, an outstanding example of Gothic architecture in La Ribera. Leaving El Born you can walk to the Parc de la Ciutadella west, to the city zoo and the Catalan Parliament.
On the opposite side of the Gothic Quarter, the Southwest, find La Rambla - a busy and long ride filled with tourists, street performers and stalls specializing in outdoor pets, plants and souvenirs. Continue east and arrive in Raval, a neighborhood something decadent, but with some of the best Indian restaurants and Muslims in the city.
Much of Barcelona is occupied by green spaces, including the vast Parc de Collserola on the northern slopes, the famous Gaudi`s Parc Güell, where they are exposed to some of the most imaginative architect`s buildings and sculptures. There is also Montjuïc south, perched over the city and Port Vell with its Magic Fountain (near the steps of the Plaça d`Espanya), art galleries, gardens, museums and ancient Olympic structures.
Stroll around L`Eixample and the Passeig de Gracia north of the old town and see some of the best known works of Gaudi, such as Casa Batllo and La Pedrera - a true Art Nouveau monument.
Of course, the Sagrada Familia Gaudi is a must! A cathedral with spiers and imposing lumps of organic aspect that seems to have been carved from giant stalagmites. The works in this majestic church are continually being terminated.
This is an inexhaustible city, where exploratory tours never end and is always something to see. It is for this reason that anyone visiting Barcelona back there again and again!