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Things to do in Barcelona

Best attractions to visit in Barcelona

181. Flamenco and Guitar Shows - Barcelona

Flamenco and Guitar Shows

Flamenco - with its passionate cantes, tramp guitars and showy dresses and castanets - is the primary thing that springs to mind when one considers Spanish culture (aside from perhaps a spot of bullfighting, despite the fact that that "game" is restricted in Catalonia). What's more, in spite of the fact that this robust, invigorating work of art begun in Southern Spain, in Andalusia, Barcelona has its own particular close relationship with flamenco: after all it was here that the star-crossed significant others Juana La Zoronga and Rafael El Taranto began to look all starry eyed at in the acclaimed Somorrostro shanty town and moved their way through the city in the hit 1963 melodic Los Tarantos. (The Somorrostro was demolished in the 1980s to clear a path for the Olympic Games - albeit fascinating it was the genuine origination of Carmen Amaya, an artist and vocalist of Romani starting point who featured in Los Tarantos).

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182. Nightlife - Barcelona

Nightlife

It might do not have the differences of the London scene or the front line of the trial Berlin nightlife, however thinking of it as just Spain's second greatest city Barcelona absolutely packs a helluva party punch - and whether you get a kick out of the chance to get high with the nonconformists, or get down with the glitterati you'll discover all that anyone could need going ahead after the sun goes down... truth be told, on the off chance that you need to keep pace with local people, you'd best be set up to see the sun returned up once more.There are a lot to do in nightlife of that city such as
Music Bars, Hotel Terraces and Night Clubs - Best Night Clubs are in district of Sarrià, Areas of Marina and Poble Nou and Olympic Port area / Music Bars.

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183. Barcelona Shopping - Barcelona

Barcelona Shopping

Passeig de Gràcia is one of the major avenues in Barcelona and one of its most important shopping and business areas, containing several of the city's most celebrated pieces of architecture. El Corte Inglés Department Store is a Spanish institution that began in Madrid. Now with many stores throughout Barcelona, the one in Plaça Catalunya remains the largest. L'illa Diagonal shopping centre offers 170 shops, bars and restaurants in its 35,000 m2 for you to enjoy the best fashion, food and activities of the city of Barcelona. Visit us! A little further along, you'll find the Parc del Fòrum, the great seafront esplanade which hosted the Universal Forum of Cultures, an event that took place in Barcelona in 2004. On the way, you can visit the modern Parc de Diagonal Mar, designed by Enric Miralles. The Maremagnum centre offers two floors of shops. Here you can find them categorised into: clothing, shoes, jewellery, food, home ware, electronics, cosmetics and toys. El TriangleAddress: Plaça de Catalunya, 4, 08002 Barcelona, There is also a FNAC.

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184. Sitges - Barcelona

Sitges

Barcelona, the cosmopolitan capital of Spain’s Catalonia region, is known for its art and architecture. The Distance Between Sitges and Barcelona is 43.7 km and it takes 43 min by road in Vehicle , you can also use Train in Train it takes 58 min. The Maricel Museum and Cau Ferrat Museum showcase Catalan and other Spanish art. Sitges is a coastal town in Spain's Catalonia region, southwest of Barcelona, backed by the mountainous Parc Natural del Garraf.

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185. Figueres - Barcelona

Figueres

Barcelona, the cosmopolitan capital of Spain’s Catalonia region, is known for its art and architecture. The Distance Between figueres and Barcelona is 143 km and it takes 1 h 38 min by road. Figueres is the capital of the comarca of Alt Empordà, in the province of Girona, Catalonia, Spain. Salvador Dalí was born Salvador Felipe Jacinto Dalí y Domenech on May 11, 1904, in Figueres, Spain, located 16 miles from the French border in the foothills of the Pyrenees Mountains. His father, Salvador Dalí y Cusi, was a middle class lawyer and notary.

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186. Montserrat - Barcelona

Montserrat

Montserrat is a multi-peaked rocky range located near the city of Barcelona, in Catalonia, Spain. It is part of the Catalan Pre-Coastal Range. The Distance Between Montserrat and Barcelona is 59.5 km or 60 km. you can travel by your vehicle it's take 1 hour 1 min by vehical, You can also travel by Train it's Take up to 2 hour 3 min. Driving from Barcelona to Montserrat is a good option for getting to the monastery quickly and conveniently.

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187. Girona - Barcelona

Girona

Distance between Barcelona and Girona is 86 kilometers (54 miles). Driving distance from Barcelona to Girona is 103 kilometers (64 miles). Barcelona is located in Spain with (41.3888,2.159) coordinates and Girona is located in Spain with (41.9831,2.8249) coordinates. The calculated flying distance from Barcelona to Girona is equal to 54 miles which is equal to 86 km.

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188. Tarragona - Barcelona

Tarragona

Distance between Barcelona and Tarragona is 82 kilometers (51 miles). Tarragona is a port city in northeastern Spain’s Catalonia region. Many ancient ruins remain from its time as the Roman colony of Tarraco. Barcelona is located in Spain with (41.3888,2.159) coordinates and Tarragona is located in Spain with (41.1167,1.25) coordinates. The calculated flying distance from Barcelona to Tarragona is equal to 51 miles which is equal to 82 km.

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189. Lleida - Barcelona

Lleida

Distance between Barcelona and Lleida is 130 kilometers (81 miles). Lleida is an ancient city in Spain's northeastern Catalonia region. La Seu Vella, a Gothic-Romanesque cathedral in a ruined hilltop fortress, towers over the city. Barcelona is located in Spain with (41.3888,2.159) coordinates and Lleida is located in Spain with (41.6167,0.6222) coordinates. The calculated flying distance from Barcelona to Lleida is equal to 81 miles which is equal to 130 km.


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190. Cardona Castle and Salt Coves - Barcelona

Cardona Castle and Salt Coves

Distance between Barcelona and Cardona Castle is (95.2 km) via C-16 and C-55 which takes around 1 hr 17 min to reach Cardona Castle. Cardona’s Castle is Built on a hill from which the central basin of the Cardener River is sourced, Cardona Castle existed as the residential center of the lords of Cardona from the eleventh to the fifteenth century. And the distance to Salt coves from Barcelona is (48.7 km) via A-2 which will take around 49 minutes to reach there. Salt Caves are rich in mineral phosphate and was formerly holdings salt . Inside the house the largest collection of rooms Catalonia . It is said that its organic and undulating forms inspired Gaudi for works such as the Sagrada Family.

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