Information about flights to Barcelona
Whether you are a football fanatic or not, booking a flight to Barcelona for a live football match in Europe's biggest stadium is a must-do! The list of interesting things to do in Barcelona is endless. Escape from the city to the ski slopes, if visiting in winter or hit the beaches if visiting in summer. A versatile city for all kinds of getaway holidays. Still not sure? Barcelona is also popular for its museums, shops, restaurants, art and culture to leave every traveller wanting more!
Barcelona stadium is not only the biggest in Europe, but also the 3rd largest in the World. This is not however the only great thing about experiencing a live football match in an eye-popping stadium. The greatest thing about going to watch a live match in Barcelona is the experience! There are over 110,000 seats and all of them will be taken by supporters that will make 90 minutes of pure football an unforgettable moment in time. Visit the Barcelona football club museum which hosts sporting relics from the club going back over 100 years.
Sightseeing: although Barcelona is not a small city, it can still be discovered on foot. This will give you time to appreciate state of the art architecture and visit the popular museums. Barcelona is well-known for its variety of museums, from art and science to maritime. One of the popular attractions is the Palace of Catalan Music. This palace features classical guitar, orchestra and also flamenco performances!
Another popular spot is La Sagrada Família. Despite its incompletion, it still attracts millions of visitors a year. When the church is finished it will have 18 towers in total, no wonder it is so popular! The museum of La Pedrera by Antoni Gaudí is also another important attraction for visitors to see. The Pedrera is a very unusual building and hosts renaissance drawings and modern art. It is the second most visited attraction after La Sagrada Familia! For maritime lovers, have a look at the Maritime Museum, which is a remarkable sight showcasing ships, model collections and navigational instruments from the 18th, 19th and 20th century.
Museums not your thing? Is chocolate? Drop into the Museu de la Xocolata (chocolate museum) where the history of chocolate in Europe and the process of how chocolate is made, from the cocoa bean up to the industrial process is all on display! You may want to eat beforehand mind you.
Barcelona welcomes visitors with the window displays from international brands. Not being all about the major brands you can also do it like the locals and shop in the Barcelona markets. These markets are vibrant and delightful, and even if you don’t intend to shop, visiting them is a memorable experience!
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