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Things to do in Barcelona

Best attractions to visit in Barcelona

171. Parc de la Ciutadella - Barcelona

Parc de la Ciutadella

The Parc de la Ciutadella is a recreation center on the northeastern edge of Ciutat Vella, Barcelona, Catalonia. For quite a long time taking after its creation in the mid-nineteenth century, this stop was the city's just green space. The 70-section of land (280,000 m2) grounds incorporate the city zoo (once home to the pale skinned person gorilla Snowflake, who kicked the bucket in 2004), the Parliament of Catalonia, a little lake, galleries, and an extensive wellspring composed by Josep Fontserè (with conceivable commitments by the youthful Antoni Gaudí).

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172. Barcelona Zoo - Barcelona

Barcelona Zoo

The zoo in Barcelona is situated in the city stop. Positioned among the top zoos in Spain, has open walled in areas, enabling you to practically touch the creatures. There is a newborn child zoo where kids can be acquainted with different creatures.
A prepare keeps running round the recreation center or you can procure an electric carriage on the off chance that you wish. And also a wide determination of creatures and winged animals, the zoo offers exceptional presentations of reptiles, for example, iguanas and chameleons. The zoo was established in 1892 and is one of the most established and most present day on the planet.

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173. Barcelona Aquarium - Barcelona

Barcelona Aquarium

Aquarium Barcelona is an aquarium situated in Port Vell, a harbor in Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain. The 35 aquariums at the office are home to 11,000 creatures speaking to 450 species. The aquarium contains a sum of 5,000,000 l (1,300,000 US gal).This incorporates a sea tank for sharks, beams and other vast fish, which is 36 m (118 ft) in measurement, 5 m (16 ft) profound, contains 3,700,000 l (980,000 US lady) of water and has a 80-meter (260 ft) submerged tunnel. The Aquarium of Barcelona is a piece of the Aspro Parks.

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174. Biking - Barcelona

Biking

The Parc Montnegre and the Corredor, in the coastal mountain range, is one of the great paradises of mountain biking near Barcelona. The Corredor, with a fairly gentle slope, is easily accessible from Llinars del Vallès and Vallgorguina. Cycling and free time make for a great pairing, especially if you like to be outside and in touch with nature once in a while, instead of choking down fumes on the city streets. The Montnegre is sharper and more extensive. To get there, there are various paths and forest tracks from Sant Celoni, Tordera and Calella. One of the many possible routes starts in Sant Celoni, which you can get to by train.

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175. Vespa Tours - Barcelona

Vespa Tours

Find Barcelona driving a Vespa, the coolest of all bikes. Lease a bike and wander Barcelona at your will, or lease a bike with a GPS pre-stacked with every one of the attractions that this wonderful city brings to the table!
We have an armada of fresh out of the box new, wonderful, programmed Italian Vespas sitting tight for you. Our bike rental shop is in the downtown area, in the hip Borne neighborhood, ideal alongside Picasso Museum and the shorelines.
Barcelona is the second European city with the biggest number of bikes. The numerous things to see and do, and its warm mediterranean atmosphere makes a Vespa the most ideal approach to get around in style. Furthermore, above all ... it's a great deal of fun!

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176. Segway Tours - Barcelona

Segway Tours

Envision going through 2000 years of history on a Segway, finding Roman remnants and medieval castles in the Gothic quarter and getting a charge out of the breeze at Barceloneta city shoreline.The Barcelona Segway Tour takes you on a fun touring trip from the city's old town to the current shoreline promenade, covering Barcelona's sea locale between the Ramblas and Olympic Harbor.

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177. Night Tourist Bus - Barcelona

Night Tourist Bus

A unique night-time tour. This is an exceptionally uncommon administration: a night transport ride that leaves from Plaça Catalunya and demonstrates to you the light and shade of Barcelona's most symbolic points of interest: Casa Batlló, La Pedrera, the Sagrada Familia, the Torre Agbar, the Columbus landmark and the Poble Espanyol, among others.
Furthermore you can take in the astounding Magic Fountain appear at Montjuïc that joins moving water, shaded lights and music.

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178. Cable Car (Teleferic de Montjuic) - Barcelona

Cable Car Teleferic de Montjuic

The Montjuïc Cable Car is a gondola lift in Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain. The cable car keeps running from a lower end neighboring the Montjuïc Park upper station of the Montjuïc funicular, and ascensions higher up the Montjuïc slope to a terminal close to the Montjuïc Castle on the summit of the slope. At its midpoint, the line executes a 90 degree turn and the lodges go through Mirador station, albeit just down-bound lodges stop now. The cable car was initially put into administration in 1970, supplanting a previous upper phase of the Montjuïc funicular. As fabricated, it utilized an armada of open cars.

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179. Rich Gastronomic Culture - Barcelona

Rich Gastronomic Culture

Barcelona: the best cultural and gastronomic destination. Barcelona, as we all know, is a fascinating city where we can found lots of narrow alleys, traditional tapas bars and Its easy to wander aimlessly and to get carried away by the city spirit. Barcelona is known around the world as as Gaudi and modernism´s city. This city has a rich cultural heritage with contemporary artworks that has been recognised by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site. Barcelona is also highly valued as tourist destiny due to its extensive range of gastronomy, heritage and culture.

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180. Food & Wine - Barcelona

Food Wine

Barcelona is one of the world's most cosmopolitan urban areas and one of Europe's most well known goals. With novel design and solid monetary movement, the city emerges most importantly because of its social differing qualities and superb food. Find out about its phenomenal nourishment with a Tapas and Friends Barcelona Tour, its renowned cavas with a Cava Tasting Tour (shining Catalan wine), or its extraordinary wines as a component of a Wine Tasting Tour. We'll take you to the most acclaimed spots, where culture, convention and cooking go as one, and you'll appreciate an exceptional ordeal.

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