How to have a good time in Barcelona

It seems to be true that the saying is always true: you want what you don’t have. Sometimes we don’t appreciate what we have, and that’s probably why we don’t have any content about our cities: Madrid and Barcelona. So today I want to put an end to it and talk to you about what to do with escorts in Barcelona.

In my case, which I am from Barcelona, it seems that the routine of seeing Plaza Cataluña day after day or seeing the Tibidabo mountain has made me lose my originality. The truth is that Barcelona hides corners, architecture and beautiful scenes that anyone passing through the city should see.

Montjuic Magic Fountain

One of the best known and most charming spots in the city. The well-known fountains of Montjuic were built for the Universal Exhibition by Carles Buïgas but years later they are still one of the most characteristic emblems of Barcelona. Nowadays, almost every night there are several shows in Montjuic fountains, synchronizing the movements of water with music and colorful lights. An incredible show that you can enjoy for free in Barcelona with friends, family and couples.

Boquería Market

If you’re into it, then the Boquería Market is your place. Its real name is Mercado de San José and it is one of the most popular tourist attractions in the city.

It is located in the middle of Ramblas and without spending money you can walk through its corridors. Here you can find food of all kinds, both local and exotic, distributed in its more than 300 stalls. Some of them play restaurant. A good option to eat with tapas. Of course, nowadays it is already quite focused on tourists.

Gothic Quarter

If you visit the Catalan capital, you can’t leave without knowing its essence and history. To do this, we recommend a long and comfortable walk through its Gothic Quarter. The Gothic Quarter is the historical centre of Barcelona, and I recognize that today I am still lost in its streets. They have a natural charm that little can be described in words. Narrow streets, local shops, characters of all kinds, singular architecture and small details that keep the history of the city.

In your stroll you will find the main points of Barcelona, all of them free of charge: Portal del Ángel, a perfect area to go shopping, Plaza de Sant Jaime, the Plaza Real, the well known Church of Santa Ana, etc. We particularly recommend the Plaza de Sant Felip Neri, which awaits the church with the same name. It is a quiet space of the city, where on the church wall we can still see today the grooves in the wall caused by the shrapnel of one of the bombs dropped during the Civil War. The Church of Santa Maria del Mar is another essential point. In the future we will talk specifically about Barcelona’s Gothic Quarter.

Barceloneta Beach

In your visit to Barcelona, no matter the time of year, you can’t miss a stroll along the Playa de la Barceloneta. This is the oldest in Barcelona. It has a long promenade where you can walk on skates, bike or just walk. You will be able to see all areas of the beach, which includes playgrounds, nudist area and volleyball courts.