One of the best roundabouts in Europe ! Nice view , really easy to find restaurants, bars! I will definitely be back
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One of the biggest squares in Barcelona, but not much to interest there. Just a shopping mall and some chain restaurants and a busy road.
Lovely to visit went on the tourist buses though there are lots of steps as the museum is at the top if you can't manage there are escalators up and down beautiful views
A beautiful square , home to some magnificent buildings and giving you a great view of the magic fountain. Definitely worth a trip up the lift of the old converted bull ring - the views are spectacular
This Placa is stunning to visit, plenty to see and visit when walking in and around this placa. The national arts museum and magic fountain right there, as well as the old bull ring now turned into a shopping centre with great viewing platform on the roof
this place is really cool. crowded with thousands of people when it is time for the show of the magic fountain :) it is a MUST SEE - very nice!!
Had a good day here, apart from an incident with parrot droppings. The replica village was interesting and the old was good. Some of craft shops were quite expensive.
A very interesting part of Barcelona. Lots to do see, and eat .we did a lot of people watching in this bustling little gem of spain.Everything you need in the area.Take the tour bus its a greatmway to see all and drop off if you want to stay longer.
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Can you walk to the port of barcelona from museum of national art catalunya, noticed there was a road behind museum and wondered if this led to port
Where is a good and inexpensive place to eat near Placa Espanya for lunch on a Sunday. We prefer Spanish food. Thank you!