Did you know? : On the subject of wheelchairs, Barcelona is one of the best cities in Europe when it comes to wheelchair access
Rome, you might recall we chose to explore the Italian city via a tourist bus and found it to be really informative so were drawn to do the same whilst in Barcelona. I quickly learnt just how big Barca is - there are 3 different coloured routes - red, blue and green and it took us a whole day to explore the red one alone. Unfortunately we'd only bought one day bus passes, with hindsight I would have definitely opted for the 2 day bus pass. Instead, we explored the blue route by foot.
Park Guell & Gaudi Casa Museum
Access to the park is free, entrance to the Casa Museum is 5 euros and 7 euros for the Monumental Zone.
Top tip: it's a 15 minute uphill walk from Sagrada Familia so tie it into your visit there.
As you can probably tell, I absolutely loved Barcelona. Ideally I would have loved a few extra days (I'd recommend 10-14 days) and had we had the time we would have also rode on the cable cars/furnicula, rented bikes, visited Barcelona Cathedral, checked out La Pedrera and Bunkers del Carmel.
Have you visited Barcelona? Is there any must-see attractions I've missed? Let me know in the comments below!
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