The Seasoned Travelr
California gal writing about her life and travels, based in Barcelona for the last 4 years. I share travel photos, tips and guides, along with a healthy dose of foodie content and tips for learning a language.
One of the things I love most about Barcelona is that there’s just so much to see and do. No matter what you’re interested in, whether that be museums, architecture, parties, food, etc, you are guaranteed to find a ton of things that you’ll enjoy. I’ve been living here for 4 years now, and there’s still so much I have yet to discover! I find that it is impossible to get bored here and if you do find yourself bored, you’re doing something wrong!
If you’re coming to visit, it can be a little bit overwhelming figuring out where to go because the city is rather large and there’s just so much information out there. Where should you find your accommodations? Where is the best place to go for a night out? Where should you go to get some tapas or pinchos? I’ve got you covered! Check out this Infographic on the top neighborhoods in Barcelona, and what each is known for:
I will forever be in love with both El Born and the Gothic Quarter; it just seems like there’s always something happening there and the vibes of each are unique and magical. From the festivals to the trendy bars and restaurants, you just can’t go wrong. However, I always take up whatever chance I get to explore more and more of the city all of the time!
Which is your favorite neighborhood? Why? Let me know in the comments below!
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