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Barcelona Overview

Many people only remember Barcelona when big football events are coming up. It enjoys a dominant standing in not just the football world, but also in tourism. If you’re crazy about football, love seafood and are fond of sight-seeing, then getting cheap flights to Barcelona will mean fulfilling all your expectations simultaneously. Being the largest metropolis on the Mediterranean Sea, Barcelona offers its tourists everything from history, famous landmarks, entertainment, art collections, beaches and delicious seafood.

Whether you want to visit Barcelona as part of crossing it off your bucket list or consider it as your next frequent holiday destination, Dream World Travel is available to provide you with the best airline tickets. For a trip during summer, grab a spot at Barceloneta Beach or Nova Icaria Beach if you can, since it is heavily crowded. Other peaceful alternatives are Ocata Beach, Garraf Beach, Bogatell Beach and Mar Bella. After sunbathing and resting, the most visited attractions like Giant Basilica, MNAC and La Pedrera will be on the top of to-do list. Admire the great civil masterpieces of Antoni Gaudi and observe the numerous art collections present at MNAC. After going through Barcelona’s history, it is time to take a walk down La Rambla: a fascinating boulevard teeming with folks, tourist shops and street performers.

Moreover, the fountain of Montjuic will mesmerise you with water acrobatics and combination of light and colour works, reminding you that it is indeed ‘magical’. If that’s not enough, then seeing a collection of 4200+ art pieces of Spain’s famous painter: Pablo Picasso at Picasso Museum and getting tickets to see one of the shows at Nou – Barcelona FC Museum will leave your heart content. When you’re famished and desire something piscatorial, head for Galician restaurant, Cal Pep or Barceloneta restaurants like La Mar Salada and Can Sole to experience delicious seafood.

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6 facts about Barcelona


Barcelona is the first and only city to receive a Royal Gold Medal for Architecture by the Royal Institute of British Architects


One of the most expensive streets: Portal de l’Angel is also the busiest walkways of Spain with 150,000 average people walking down it everyday


Barcelona is the largest city on the Mediterranean Sea and the second largest of Spain, after Madrid.


World’s first ice bar called ICE Barcelona is present in this city


The city has more than 20 Michelin-starred restaurants


The Sagrada Familia Church, once completed will be the largest church in the world. Also, its 18 towers represent the 12 apostles, Virgin Mary, the 4 Evangelists and Jesus Christ.