Though it is not the capital, this beautiful city located on the inner Mediterranean Sea receives around 8 million tourists every year, making it the second most visited city in Spain. Barcelona's history dates back many centuries, and a simple stroll through this city can show you just how this history has left its mark on its architecture and lifestyle.
Learn how to visit the best of Barcelona in one day. If you don't have a lot of time on your hands you still can see everything and love the experience.
Servantrip Experience A group of American tourists, clients of the hotel chain Sercotel, traveled to Barcelona with very little time and so much to see. They decided to hire a local guide, in love with the city, for a two hours tour in bus over the city. During the tour, they were able to make it to the most important monuments in the city, with time to spare for pictures, especially at the Sagrada Familia, which is much more breathtaking when you are seeing it in person. For this group of tourists, it was certainly a unique way to discover Barcelona. It gave them time to marvel at the city´s architecture and sites with ease, something they probably would not have been able to do with such little time and knowledge of the city. Thanks to their tour guide Aneta, this was all made possible. She did not only guide them around Barcelona in one day, but took them to more authentic places that are not known by many tourists. Commentaries of Aneta, the tour guide The hotel staff and the clients were very kind with me. Unfortunately, two hours isn't enough to see so many things in Barcelona.