Are you one of the nearly 8 million tourists who visit Barcelona each year to explore its cultural, historical and architectural attractions?
Can’t wait to see Antoni Gaudi’s mind-blowing buildings?
Where to start if you want to make the most of your time?
Just head out with the Snout travel guides.
We start at the Columbus Monument at the port end of Barcelona’s world-famous street, La Rambla, and stroll its 1.2km length to the Canaletes Fountain.
Halfway along, we visit the colourful La Boqueria food market before walking to the Cathedral of the Holy Cross and Santa Eulalia.
We spend some time in the Picasso Museum, home to 3,500 of the artist’s works, then step around the corner to the Church of Santa Maria del Mar.
Next, we join the Gaudi trail, visiting Casa Batllo, La Pedrera, La Sagrada Familia — Gaudi’s masterpiece of a church — and Park Guell.
Don’t forget to use the information in the travel guide and check out City Passes that allow you to avoid queues and grab great discounts.
The off-line mapping will save you money too.