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by matthew1972

Had 2 days in Barcelona before boarding oasis of the seas. We booked the hop on hop off city sightseeing bus which was great value for money seeing all the sights. We had also booked for Sagrada Famillia which is a must see. Amazing city just be carefull with valuables whilst out.

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by Cruise1st

At the foot of Last Ramblas, near the boardwalk,Marina area is a monument to Christopher Columbus which has an elevator inside, from the top you will have a great photo opportunity of both the city and the port. Keep it in mind, can't rember how much it was but only a few euros.

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by donvito1066

Beautiful buildings and architecture just be careful around the market la rambla twice idiots bumped into me to pick my pockets trying to steal my wallet phone etc luckily im street wise, my advice keep your valuable items in a bum bag underneath your clothing. Dont fall foul to these scum but be careful and enjoy your visit to this beautiful city , enjoy 😎

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by Edgourmet1

We loved Barcelona. We did the 2 day hop on and off bus and stopped at sites that looked interesting. We stayed at Hotel Continental. It is a cute, small hotel that is clean and has great staff. The rooms are very cute and all different. We ate at different restaurants on the little side streets but one restaurant has the best food we ate in Barcelona. It is : La Viena Blanca Carrer del Pintor Fortuny, 10 08001 Barcelona Spain This restaurant is right off La Rambla on a little side street.

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by LT1023

We stayed here pre-cruise. While our flight was delayed flying sata airlines, we still were able to spend sometime site seeing after fighting the jet lag. We went around on our own - subway/metro was easy to figure out and not scary. We saw the outside of la Sagrada de Familia. It was amazing just seeing the outside. Hoping to make it inside on our upcoming trip. The city is pretty clean. We also spent time on La Rambla - the main pedestrian street with shops and restaurants. We stumbled upon a outdoor market just off La Rambla called La Bouqueria. They were pretty much closing when we arrived but we were able to try some fresh juices for 1.50 euros (now we’re hooked). We sampled some of the cured meats. Tons of food options here for a quick snack. Produce, meats, fish, nuts, candy. There was a Dunkin’ Donuts in this area as well for those that can’t live with out. The people are vibrant. We didn’t have any trouble with pick pockets and tried to follow all the advice we had read. We did venture down one street a little bit at night in the gothic quarter - which was breaking a safety rule. They say don’t visit this area at night. We ate dinner on the Ramblas which was at a Tapas place. It was delicious even if a bit touristy. We stumbled upon random parades and live music in several different locations. Our time was so limited we can’t wait to go back!

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