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Barcelona, a designer's dreamed city. Not so many places in the world where one can find so many "design" places. From Barcelona's buildings to Barcelona hotels
This is a great place to spend the afternoon. A town within a city. A full scale model of a Spanish town with copies of real buildings from around Spain.
What a waste! 5 years in Barcelona without having discovered this restaurant and it’s a true gem. The principal of La Paradeta is simple. It’s all about seafood: fresh, quality seafood caught by the restaurant’s own boat and then displayed as if in a fish market, ready for you to choose exactly what and how much you want to eat. It’s a bit like being in La Boquería but without the wait before you can start eating and the great thing is that you really see the quality of what you are buying. The restaurant itself is of the relaxed café-style that the Spanish and Catalans do so well. Having no waiters and owning their own fishing boat means that they are able to cut some of the cost out of the process. So the pricing is very, very reasonable and very fair as you pay by weight. It may have taken me 5 years to visit La Paradeta but the same cannot be said of the local population. The place gets busy, and early. The good thing is that the queues move fast, with plenty of tables inside and a buzzing but relaxed atmosphere that wants to make you keep going for the evening rather than slip into a carb-induced food coma. So I think you get it. I am a total convert to the cult of La Paradeta and if you get a chance to pay a visit, I have no doubt that you will end up as one too.
The Pavilion is one of Ludwig Mies van der Rohe’s seminal Works and a key point of reference in XX-century architecture. The famous German Pavilion was designed for the 1929 Barcelona International Exhibition and reconstructed in 1986 on its original site. Its innovative architectural structure marked a radical change in the layout of space and greatly influenced the development of modern architecture. Furthermore, the Pavilion exhibits the Barcelona Chair, also designed by Mies van der Rohe, along with a bronze reproduction of Georg Kolbe’s sculpture Morning. The Fundació Mies van der Rohe veils for the conservation of the Pavilion. Visiting hours Every day from 10.00 to 20.00h. Entrance General public: 4,75 € Students: 2,60 € Under 16: free Anual subscription: 8 € Entrance fee for groups More than 20 people with reservation required: 4 € Guided tours for groups of up to 25 people with reservation required: 60 € Discounts 20% off with Bus Turístic 20% off with Barcelona Card 20% off with Barcelona City Tour Transportation Underground: Espanya L1 and L3 Bus: Plaça d’Espanya, 13 and 50 Bus Turístic: stop CaixaForum - Mies van der Rohe Pavilion Barcelona City Tour: stop number 10 / CaixaForum - Mies van der Rohe Pavilion
There are 4 ways to get to the centre of Barcelona from the main airport: 1. Airport Bus 2. Train 3. Taxi 4. Local Buses To find our which is best for you click on the link below and read a bit more. Regarding how to get between Terminals 1 and 2 at Barcelona El Prat Airport: - The T1-T2 Shuttle: Every 6 or 7 minutes a bus links T2 (the bus stop is located by the intermodal building) with arrivals (ground floor) and departures (3rd floor) in T1. The journey takes 10 minutes. - From T1- Renfe Train Station T2 Shuttle: Coinciding with the arrival of trains (every 30 minutes), a bus links the Renfe train station in T2 with departures (3rd floor) in T1. The journey takes 10 minutes.
An impressive building, different from any church or cathedral you've ever seen and a must-see in Barcelona. The modern, more recently constructed parts of the cathedral seem odd, but show well the difficulty of continuing the work without any detailed idea of the architects vision. I strongly recommend climbing up the towers - view over barcelona is great! Also interesting is the exhibition of Gaudi's design process and revolutionary ideas - for example the arches are actually modeled upside down using a thread model with tiny hanging weights to simulate gravitation. In the model, the arch settles to a position that supports the structure most efficiently.
La Rambla.. perhaps the most famous street in Barcelona. Once a quiet street inhabited by artists and the like and now a tourist street that has something going on 24h a day every day of the week. Daytime you can see a lot of performance artists imitating statues, trees, demons, butterflies and what not. They attract an audience and do their thing once you give them money. Be careful, the audience also attracts pickpockets.. Rambla also has the most expensive beer and food probably in the whole of Barcelona, so if you want something less expensive (and probably better) go out a bit.
There is also a shop in Camp Nou. The shop is in two storeys. It took about an hour to get out the shop, because there was so much to buy. If you have football fans in your family and you have to buy presents to them from your trip, this a good place to shop them. Especially if they are FC Barcelona fans. If they are Real Madrid fans, this could be a bad choice :D You might get the stuff cheaper some where, but I couldn't manage to get out from there with out buying something (I guess you count 100 euros to buying "something"? :P).
Every football or soccer fan should visit here! And if FC Barcelona is playing, even better. The place is actually really breath-taking, when the whole stadium is full. We visited there when Barcelona was playing against Benfica and the atmosphere was unbelievable. I can't imagine how it must be, when Barce is playing against Real Madrid! Everybody said that it is impossible to get tickets to the game, but we bought them straight from the gates an hour before the game. (Only 90 euros :P)
I have this strange need to visit all the Olympic stadiums so I have been here also :) This time I didn't go in here so actually I don't know how it looks like, but the surroundings are interesting. You can see quite far away to the hills and there you can see all kinds of buildings. The place kind of reminded me from the original Olympic games in Greece. Well obviosly I didn't live then but anycase :) Maybe someone else knows more about this places' history?
We thought that we should visit at least one museum on our road trip and ended up going to Picasso Museum. The museum is great. First: they display such a collection from various years of Picasso that it's possible to follow the evolution of his style. Second: they have a nice bar, where a glass or two of red wine is served quickly and at a reasonable price. These two features together almost helped me understand Picasso's art.