One Week in Barcelona

Here are some ideas on the activities you can plan to do if you are in Barcelona for a whole week

Day One

Las Ramblas, Gothic Quarter and El Raval

To discover the old town of Barcelona, take a walk through the Gothic Quarter and visit the Cathedral of Barcelona. Then walk through the Born visiting the Museo Picasso. While walking down Las Ramblas, you have to visit Boquería Market and eat at one of its stalls. After, you can discover the neighbourhood of El Raval which is less touristic, and has several small restaurants and bars in which you can relax.

Day Two

Passeig de Gracia and Sagrada Familia

Antoni Gaudí made Barcelona famous because of the the influence he had on many buildings, and you can discover his work route along Passeig de Gracia and discover La Perdrera and Casa Batlló. Even if you don’t visit both of these, we still suggest you walk to look at them from the street to see the unique decoration on the buildings. After the visit you can walk through the Gracia neighbourhood and eat dinner in one of its restaurants. Then to finish the day you can visit the most spectacular work by Gaudí, the Sagrada Familia.

Day Three

Park Güell and Parc de la Citadella

Located in the city of Barcelona, ​​Park Güell is one of the most beautiful icons of the city.

It’s another of Gaudí’s works, located in the upper part of Barcelona, which has wonderful views of the city. You can picnic there, while admiring the wonderful view of the whole of Barcelona. In the afternoon, you can go to Parc de la Ciutadella, feed the ducks take and take a nap under a palm-tree, but don’t forget to pass by the little Arc de Triomf. In the evening, as you are not far from the sea you can walk along the beach and dine in one of Barceloneta’s restaurants.

Day Four

Tibidabo and walk around Montjuic

Take bus T2A from Plaça Catalunya and arrive directly at Tibidabo to enjoy the Templo del Sagrado Corazon de Jesús. After admiring the view from the temple you’ll have the opportunity to enjoy all the attractions that were built all around the monument. In the afternoon go to Montjuic and walk around all the parks and enjoy a beautiful sunset from the castle. When the sun sets, the spectacular Magic Fountain show starts and you can see it by taking the bus number 150 down to the fountain from the castle.

Day Five

Go by train to Sitges which is only around 40km from Barcelona. Visit the charming old town, explore all the shops and have a nice lunch in one of the many restaurants available. Then you can end the day by walking along the several beaches and through the centre of town.

Day Six

Football, Parc del Laberint d’Horta

Visit the famous Camp Nou stadium and museum in the morning, and then take the L3 metro to Laberint d’Horta. You can have a picnic there and enjoy a wonderful afternoon in this beautiful park.

Day Seven


Montserrat is one of the most popular day trips from Barcelona. It’s easy to get to and gives you an opportunity to see the Spanish countryside. You can get to Montserrat very easily by train from Barcelona and then walk or get the cable car up to the monastery. Visit Montserrat monastery and the chapel of the Virgin of Montserrat. Climb to the peak of Montserrat to get spectacular views of the valley and the mountain’s strange rock formations.

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