It is never so tough to decide what to see in Barcelona. This Spain’s city has too many tourist points. Not only the tourists but also the locals love to visit the interesting places of Barcelona. The presence of museums, beautiful buildings, beaches, amazing restaurants and other must see attractions make Barcelona a complete city of entertainment. Here are my recommendations of best day time tourist attractions in Barcelona.
1. Picasso Museum:
Pablo Picasso is one of the most popular and well versed painters in the world. He was born in Malaga but moved to Barcelona in 1895. The paintings he made during his time have been kept in Picasso Museum. This museum exhibits Picasso’s finest collection of artworks and unique sketches. The museum remains closed on Mondays so you can go there any time from Tuesday to Sunday.
2. Las Ramblas street:
Las Ramblas street is the most popular walking area of Barcelona and an interesting place for daytime trip. A Spanish poet Federico García Lorca has named this street to be the most beautiful and relaxing walking area in the world. This street connects Plaza Catalunya and Monument of Columbus. While walking onto this street, make sure you have kept a hand onto the pockets because of the presence of numerous purse snatchers.
3. La Sagrada Familia church:
A church is considered to be the holy place of Christians. Although, Barcelona is not short of churches and mosques but Las Sagrada Familiar church has its distinctive value. It is constructed in a very unusual and beautiful way. The tourists are always welcome to view the inside beauty of the church. The design of the church was presented by Catalan architect Antoni Gaudi. It was founded in 1882, and the church’s interiors were updated during 2012. Until now some parts of this church are incomplete, only eight towers have been completed. The builders, however, are working to complete its remaining parts’ construction.
4. Barrio Gotico gothic quarter:
It is one of the most beautiful and amazing medieval areas of Barcelona. The gothic part of Barcelona consists of different supermarkets, churches, ancient mosques and museums. In one of its historical museums, Museu d’Història de la Ciutat we can view the remains of Roman times. There are absolutely no charges to view the Barrio Gotico gothic quarter. You can go there any time during the week but make sure you don’t bring a lot of money in your pocket because Barcelona pickpockets always wander here and there.