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Itinerary for 4.5 days in Barcelona

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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)

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