Barcelona's best known secret, I present “La Champañería!”
This place was opened in 1969, serving up the famous Catalonian Cava which only costs around 3-5 euros for a bottle. It's obligatory to also buy some sandwiches or tapas, as they don't want their customers getting too crunk on the good stuff.
Location: Carreer de la Reina Christina 7, 08003Barcelona
Pont del Bisbe
I swear we didn't plan this! But apparently this is one of Barcelona's top hotspots for a little kiss-the Gothic Quarter is where its at!
The classic neighborhood by the sea, where all of Barcelona gathers.
The beach is packed with bongo players, sand-builders and sun-bathers during the day. The Port Olimpic is lined withbeach bars & restaurants, hungry tapas seekers, sangria lovers & Latin dancing.
Arc de Triomf
Smaller than the arch in Paris, this monument was built in 1888 as a gateway into the beautiful Parc de la Ciutadella.