Barcelona is actually the most colourful artistic and cultural city of Europe. The artist Gaudi left his mark on the city. And that's a good thing! Beautiful Art Nouveau homes, the Sagrada Familia of course and Parque Güell, but there's so much more... Go and discover what Barcelona has to offer!
Where should you start? In 48 hours, we'll take you to the different hotspots and hidden gems in the city. You'll be well prepared to kick off your weekend in Barcelona. It's so handy!
Day 1 - During the day
What better way to start the day than with a delicious breakfast? And what better place to do it than at Buenas Migas? The convenient thing is that they have 8 branches in Barcelona. Chances are there's one in your neighbourhood! A great way to start your weekend in Barcelona! Then you'll have more than enough energy to explore the city.
Day 1 - Night
Do you want to spend more than average on dinner? In that case, go to Uma, where the average price per person is between €65 and €75. It's worth every cent! They have a constantly changing menu, but it's focused on Mediterranean cuisine. It's guaranteed to be a feast!
Time for your second day in this sunny city! And to start your day, you can enjoy a breakfast on the beach! At Princesa 23, you can let the wind blow through your hair, and wake yourself up with a cup of coffee and a delicious breakfast!
Day 2 - During the day
After breakfast, hang around on the beach for a while. Let your breakfast settle and enjoy the rays of sunshine. Are you going in summer? Don't forget to take you swimsuit before you go out for breakfast.
Day 2 - Night
Hungry yet? For delicious Spanish dishes, visit Agut tonight. This restaurant is also very old and has a typically Spanish feel. Wooden tables with white tablecloths, old wooden chairs, murals and Spanish wine carafes on the table.