August 03, 2017

#ThatPoshTravels | Barcelona

Barcelona Travel Guide: Raj and I stopped over in Barcelona for 4-5 hours in April, and we immediately fell in love with the city and knew we had to come back to explore and discover more about this artsy city. I am no travel blogger but many of you always message  me asking me for my lists of what to do, where to go and where to eat. So here I am giving you an insight as to what I did and enjoyed on my trip.


W Hotel
Arts Hotel
Soho House


Casa Battlo Gaudi - One of Gaudi's masterpieces located in the centre of Barcelona
Parc Guelle - Stroll around this beautiful park, breathtaking views and the mosaic work and architecture was stunning
Basilica of the Sagrada Familia - Beautiful Roman Church designed by architect Antoni Gaudi. (buy tickets in advance and go inside)
Gothic Quarter (Barri Gotic)
Flamenco at Palau de Musica - Concert hall designed by the Catalan modernista style
Parc Ciutadella
Picasso Museum- Introduction to Picasso's early years
Camp Nou - if you are a Barcelona / Football Fan


Brunch & Cake  - Delicious brunch with fantastic cakes and coffees!
Milk Bar & Bistro - Excellent brunch!
Palosanto - Urban interiors and yum tapas!
Cecconis - Great Italian restaurant
Sirvent - Stylish place & tasty food
Restaurant Martinez - Paella with a beautiful view of Barcelona
Makamaka - Amazing Burgers by the Beach side
La Boqueria Market - Lots of local restaurants there, all amazing food
Granja La Pallaresa - Freshly baked churros con chocolate, authentic decor & local vibes


Tickets - Spanish (book in advance as its always full)
Speakeasy - Spanish Fusion
Boca Chica - Innovative cocktails and tasty tapas
Bobby Gin - Cute and cool
Spoonik - Exciting and fun dining experience
Koy Shunka - For all sushi lovers
Disfrutar - Contemporary Spanish - 30 course menu


Carpe Diem 


Passeig de Gracia
Barri Gotic Streets
La Rambla 

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