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From tomorrow friday to monday...
I've got a list of to-go-places from previous visits, but i'd love to know your sugerencies. We're going to Saló del Comic and to a pair of museums too...
Going with my wife and daugthers, whereby, no overnight plans.
Any qbner in the city now?
Not there, but it is one of my fav cities in Europe. El Born is a quarter that I enjoy very much.
Depending on how young your daughters are, you might want to go to an amusement park which is located very far at the top of a hill. An express bus goes to there from the city center.
- The name of the park is Tibidabo and you might know it from the movie Vicky Cristina Barcelona.SimonFFM
- Yes, we're going up there using the funicular. We're staying near Barrio Gotico...OBBTKN
- Check Tibidabo opening days and hours, it's not open all year round.raf
Have fun - such a great city - go to that food market and the small restaurant on the edge of it - hands down best tapas I have ever eaten. The city is full of amazing food and not expensive. One of the best cities I have ever visited.
Not to mention the art/culture. And dare I say it - the Picasso museum.
Hi guys... i live 500km from there (i'm from Basque Country), i was asking for some more specific for this weekend.
And yes, i love this city too!
For anyone visiting it for first time, go to this place: http://cancortada.com/ and try out their meat on salt (they serve the sirloin over afire salt heated in the parrilla direct on your table), precious if you're visiting it with your loved one.
Cal Pep — get there early for a bar seat.