A couple of weeks ago, I took a day-trip to Barcelona. Meeting up with a friend who hadn’t been there before, we decided to jet around the city, checking out some top spots, and stopping occasionally for a much-needed glass of wine (or two). Here, a quick picture rundown of my whirlwind visit to Catalunya’s capital.
We spied street art in between stops.
Then settled down at a bar stool for a quick lunch at La Boqueria Market’s Pinotxo.
We walked off the tapas with a paseo past some of Barcelona’s most prized buildings such as La Pedrera and Casa Batllo.
Followed by a pit stop at the Barri Gòtic’s Cathedral (free to enter after 5:15pm).
Then we aimlessly wandered through alleyways lined with colorful clothes that dangled and danced in the afternoon breeze.
And finally, we finished up the day with drinks at Cuines Santa Caterina restaurant before heading to Plaza de Catalunya to catch the Aerobus back to the airport.
Not bad for a day’s work.