Europe Forums

Post New Topic

Recent Activity

View all Europe activity »
  1. 1 Trip Report BARCELONA! Tapas, tours & towers - flamenco, festas & food!
  2. 2 Late april early may or october for paris and italy?
  3. 3 I may be wrong....
  4. 4 Morgan Hotel London for solo female
  5. 5 Labor Day in Paris
  6. 6 Driver"s License & Language
  7. 7 Which 2 towns as base for Brittany and Normandy
  8. 8 8-Week Itinerary in Europe (for my 40th Birthday)
  9. 9 Nowhere 'safe' : London attack
  10. 10 National Parks close to Malgrat de Mar or Barcelona recommendations
  11. 11 Trip Report Ger’s Paris Trip Report: February 2017
  12. 12 Tips / stops on drive from Munich, Fussen, Salzburg
  13. 13 Help with Transportation Options in London
  14. 14 Transport from palace of versailles to Grand Trianon
  15. 15 Train up the Jungfrau
  16. 16 Spain: 16-17 day itinerary help please
  17. 17 I cuisine vs Cookin With Class
  18. 18 New notes and coins and death dates for old ones
  19. 19 Paris to Rothenburg ob der Tauber to Basel (Switzerland)
  20. 20 A visit to Greenwich
  21. 21 Advice on zermatt hotels
  22. 22 Spain or South of France in July 2017?
  23. 23 Alternative for Rustem Pasa Kulliyesi
  24. 24 I Cuisine vs Cookin with Class
  25. 25 Italy Dolomites in early April
View next 25 » Back to the top

Itinerary for 4.5 days in Barcelona

Jump to last reply

I have had a lot of help from people on this forum and I have updated my itinerary for our trip to Barcelona in June so I wanted to start a new thread to discuss my latest (and hopefully final) ideas for our trip. :)

I will preface that this is NOT a set in stone itinerary, more of a guide of things that are close to each other logistically and possible can be seen one after another. I know we probably won't have time for everything. For example on Day 2 maybe we will not go inside Museu Nacional d'Art de Catalunya if we don't have time.

Please let me know what you think...

DAY 1 – Saturday Arrive at Airport from Canada at 12:30pm
Las Ramblas – Walk around.
Guell Palace – Hours: 10am-8pm (Closed Monday) Price: 12€

DAY 2 – Sunday
Basilica de la Sagrada Familia – Hours: 9am-8pm Price with Guide: 19€ (Prebook)
Note: Walk to Hospital de la Santa Creu
Parc de Montjuic – Walk through and see Olympic Stadium/Monuments, Botanical Gardens, Montjuic Castle.
Poble Espanyol – Hours: 9am – Midnight (Closed at 8pm Monday) Price: 11€
Museu Nacional d'Art de Catalunya – Hours: 10am-8pm (Closed Monday) Price: 12€
Magic Fountain (At the MNAC 9:30 – 11pm Thurs to Sun)

DAY 3 – Monday
Guell Park – Hours: 8am-9pm Price: 7€ (Monumental Zone: Not Recommended)
Gothic Quarter – Walk through & make way to:
St. Mary of the Sea Cathedral – Hours: 9am-1:30pm & 4:30pm-8pm Price: Free after 5pm & Sunday
Cathedral of Santa Eulalia – Hours: 8am-7:30pm Price: 6€
Catalunya Square – Walk around in the evening.

DAY 4 – Tuesday
L'Eixample District:
Casa Batllo – Hours: 9am-8pm Price: 26€ with VIP fast pass (Prebook)
La Pedrera Mila House – Hours: 9am-8pm Price: 18€ (Prebook & Go on Roof)
Casa Lleo Morera – Hours: 10am-7pm (Closed on Sunday) Price: 15€ (Prebook)

Day 5 – Wednesday
Barceloneta Beach
Boqueria Market – Hours: 8am-8pm (Closed Sunday)

Other Stops to Include (time permitting): Palau de la Musica, Montserrat, Arc de Triomf, Costa Brava, Santa Caterina’s Market, Picasso Museum 14€ (Closed on Mondays)

10 Replies |Back to top

Sign in to comment.

Advertisement