Camp Nou

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  • Day4

    Hungry anyone? La Central.

    November 13 in Spain ⋅ ☁️ 16 °C

    We stopped for a small dinner for 3 at La Central. Crikey what a dinner. We ordered IKEA style on a piece of paper with a wooden pencil which was handed over with payment and a complete feast arrived!! Definately worth a look if your in Barcelona. I promise you won’t leave hungry!!Read more

  • Day6

    Barri Gòtic

    August 4 in Spain ⋅ ☁️ 82 °F

    The oldest section of Barcelona

    The last 3 photos are taken on Plaça Sant Iu where Frederic Mares Museum is located (see next footprint). The wall of Castell del Lloctinent, a Medieval building which dates back to the XV century. Some of the stones used to construct the castle where from the Jewish cemetery on the slopes of Montjuïc hill.Read more

    Nan Grimmer

    What a great trip!


    Beautiful! [Marina]


    The Temple of Augustus was a Roman temple built during the Imperial period in the colony of Barcino. Unfortunately the site was closed but the cortyard door just happened to be slightly ajar which was just enough to tempt me to sneak in and.. I was able to take this shot from the lower side through the locked gate. Better than nothing I guess

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  • Day62

    Sagrada Familia

    October 24 in Spain ⋅ ☀️ 18 °C

    Diese Kirche von Gaudí ist schon ein faszinierendes Bauwerk!
    Vor den Einlässen waren richtige Menschentrauben und auch die Wartezonen zwischen dem äußeren und dem eigentlichen Eintritt waren voll. 😳😳
    Da wir die Kirche schon vor Jahren von innen bewundern konnten, haben wir entschieden, das Kunstwerk heute nur zu umrunden.
    War auch wunderschön!
    Danach sind wir mit der Metro wieder in Richtung Rambla und Montjuïc gefahren.
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    Immer wieder schön👍


    Stimmt! Das erste Mal bin ich als junges Mädel 1979 mit meinem Papa von Turm zu Turm geklettert …. ist heute nicht mehr möglich 🤷‍♀️😎


    Wir waren vor 2 Jahren auch in der "Sagrada Familia." Ein imposantes Bauwerk, dass uns staunen ließ. Gaudi war schon ein begnadeter Künstler. Wir haben übrigens auch vor Barcelona, in Mataro, auf dem PC gestanden. Von dort fuhr 3 mal am Tag kostenlos ein Bus mitten in die Stadt. Ein anderes Mal haben wir in Santa Susanna direkt am Strand gestanden und sind auch mit der Bahn gefahren. Unser Highlight in Barcelona war eine geführte Tour durch Barcelona mit der Vespa. Danach haben wir unsere "Rote Paula" gekauft, weil es einfach nur toll war. Euch noch eine super Zeit in Spanien mit vielen Erlebnissen und Eindrücken.


    Danke! Heute geht’s weiter nach Südfrankreich 😎

  • Day3

    There’s always hills

    November 12 in Spain ⋅ ⛅ 18 °C

    A short stroll up to the Castell de Montjuïc. Well, when I say short, it’s not for the faint hearted. The funicular railway takes you about halfway and then you can either take the cable car ( if you don’t have Matt with you) or the 150 bus (if you don’t have Charlotte with you). Otherwise there are steps, lots of steps but the view is incredible.Read more

  • Day3

    An evening in the Gothic Quarter

    November 12 in Spain ⋅ ⛅ 16 °C

    We took a guided tour around the Gothic Quarter led by Paulo that we had booked as an AirBnB experience. We learnt a lot about the influences of the Romans, the Moors, Spanish Kings and evil tyrant European leaders. We also learned about Catalonian food, drink and customs and about some very tenuous links to St George and Star Wars.Read more

  • Day4

    The tiny church…..

    November 13 in Spain ⋅ ☁️ 13 °C

    Just kidding! Spent a fabulous 2 hours in the Sagrada Familia Basilica today. We had a guided tour which was fantastic and incredibly informative and then were free to wander at will. Everything about this building is truly magical from the facades to the forest and the breathtaking light inside. We even found a turtle for Charlotte. This building will change your life. Hop a plane and visit at least once.Read more

  • Day15


    November 9 in Spain ⋅ ⛅ 16 °C

    Fast jeder der schon mal in Barcelona war, hatte mir im Vorfeld gesagt: Mega geile Stadt.

    Entsprechend war meine Erwartungshaltung vorhanden. Und ich kann sagen: Komplett berechtigt😊

    Auch wenn das Wetter nicht immer das beste war, habe ich am Ende meine Aufenthalt noch verlängert. Mega schöne Stadt und danke an alle Leute von Mediterranean Hostel. Es war ein Fest😉.Read more

    Lena Elvira Nauber

    ❤️ bin noch nie mit weniger Schlaf ausgekommen als in dieser Partywoche 😄

    Thorsten Altemark


    Ist auch eines meiner Lieblingsstädte in Europa :) [Patrick]

  • Day3

    St Joseph Merkat

    November 12 in Spain ⋅ ☁️ 14 °C

    The St Joseph market in La Rambla is a sight to behold. Built in 1840, there has actually been a market here since the 1200’s. They added the roof in 1914 and you can buy every type of food here. Whether it be dinner or a snack on the go this market is well worth a visit.Read more

  • Day4

    La Monumental

    November 13 in Spain ⋅ ⛅ 19 °C

    This fantastic and huge building was the last bull fighting ring to operate in Barcelona. Bull fighting was made illegal in Spain in 2011 and this building became an outdoor venue for sports and music.Read more

  • Day4

    Placa de Sant Felip Neri

    November 13 in Spain ⋅ ☁️ 13 °C

    We had a quick visit to this somber place last night and decided to return today.
    Before the 2nd world war, King Franco was approached by Hitler and Mussolini to be allied and so that they could use Spain as a test point for some new weapons.
    On the 30th January 1938 a bomb was dropped on a small square in Barcelona. To make matters worse the square had a school in it and the children were out playing. 42 people lost their lives including children. Such a sad and awful place which still shows the damage from the bomb and the subsequent re-build.
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