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A review of some of the sights of Spains second city, and the Catalonian capital.

Every year, many of the world's biggest travel websites and publications make their lists of the most popular tourist destinations in the world. The city of Barcelona, Spain is usually featured prominently on all of these lists. The sheer beauty of this ancient city is truly something to behold. Once you have visited this city and laid your eyes on its various natural and man-made wonders, it will no longer be a mystery why so many people travel here year after year. The city is exciting during the day, but it truly comes alive at night, making it the perfect destination for young people who want to party and mingle with the locals. If you are trying to find a list of some inexpensive hotels in Barcelona, you can do this very easily by performing a search online. Here are just a few of the many ways for you to discover the beauty of Barcelona.

1. Tibidabo Hill

Thanks to the invention of cell phones with cameras, people enjoy taking photos of the various places they visit on their vacations. While you are visiting Barcelona, one of the most ideal places to do this is Tibidabo Hill. You will be able to capture some amazing images of the city from this place. The summit of the hill features an amusement park. This is why this particular location is known for being a prime family destination. If you are one of the many people who are not physically strong enough to get to the peak of the hill using your own power, there are trams and buses available for you to use. It should be noted that from October to February, the amusement park is not open. Therefore, you will need to plan your visit accordingly. Another great place to get some scenic pictures of the city is the Skywalk, which is free of charge and available to the public on a daily basis.

2. Modernist Park Guell by Gaudi

The artist Antoni Gaudi is responsible for creating this park that now has the designation of a national heritage site. Gaudi's artwork is synonymous with the country of Spain. This is very plain to see when you take a look at the Modernist Park Guell. It has gained the reputation of being an art masterpiece. The amount of time and attention to detail that it took Gaudi to assemble so many works of art is truly astonishing. The park can be found on Carmel Hill. This is important to keep in mind if you are serious about seeing it. There are only 2 ways to get to the park. You will either need to fork over some money to pay a cab, or you can attempt to make the extended climb on your own. The entry fee for the park itself is five euros. The park is never closed, not even on holidays.

3. The Picasso Museum

Pablo Picasso is by far the most famous painter in the history of Spain. He is also the most significant artist of the 20th century. Many of his works are timeless masterpieces that have been constantly praised and studied. Many books have been written about him. Colleges teach courses on his life and work. The Picasso Museum, located in Barcelona, is the largest collection of his work that is housed in one location. This article was contributed by Fiona Moriarty of Hipmunk, a travel website that offers customers a fast and easy way to find the best travel deals.


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