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Best things to do in Barcelona

Art Museum
“Surely "the" museum to visit in Barcelona. For the artist and for the building. Imagine Montcada Street, in the Gothic quarter, five mansions united to form a museum, lovely to visit. About Pablo Ruiz Picasso the museum is essential to understand his formative years. The genius of the young artist is revealed to us through more than 3,500 works that make up this permanent collection.”
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Monument / Landmark
“An architectural work of art by catalan genius architect Gaudí. An impressive palace open for visits. Just meters away from my flat.”
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Museum
“The Chocolate Museum is a dynamic facility driven by the Pastry Shop of Barcelona, located in the old convent of Sant Agustí, which presents a journey through the origins of chocolate, its arrival in Europe and its diffusion as an element located between myth and reality, between medicinal properties and their nutritional value, which relate tradition to the future and that are part of our collective imagination.”
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Museum
“If you are into boats, you will enjoy this museum. I personally prefer to frequent their cafe which is located on the "backside" of the main museum entrance. Enjoy a coffee or drink in a sunken cobblestone courtyard complete with a small fountain, fish, and orange trees. A lovely place to be cool in the hot summer months here, and a great place to read. They close at 8, so a good spot to visit for a late afternoon or pre-dinner drink. ”
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Cultural Center
“El Born CCM is a space created for the city to encourage and promote the remembrance of local and national events, as well as those affecting communities around the world. El Born CCM is housed in a building that was formerly El Born market, which opened in 1876. ”
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Museum
“The History Museum preserves a few Roman sites across the Gothic Quarter, such as the temple of Augustus and the Funeral Way on Plaça de la Vila de Madrid. But Plaça del Rei is where you can see Barcelona’s ancient history in detailed layers. You’ll take a lift down to where the remnants of a garum factory, laundries, dyeing shops and parts of ancient Barcino’s walls are all visible. The site is large, covering 4,000 square metres, which you’ll explore via elevated walkways. As you rise through the museum building you’ll step forward through time and enter the vaults of the Palau Reial Major, seat of the medieval Dukes of Barcelona.”
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Museum
“Not only is this a Catalonia history museum, but there is a secret rooftop terrace/bar/restaurant with couches, umbrellas etc. Enter the museum and head to the top floor. You will normally see someone outside the entrance door leaning on a podium. Great views which make the drinks a bit more expensive, but a fantastic place to watch the sunset. ”
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Art Museum
“The city’s wax museum is located in a 19th-century landmark palazzo which stands just off the famous Rambla, and brings to life some of the most prominent figures from the history of mankind. ”
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Museum
“This beautiful former cloister is now home to the sweet Museu de la Xocolata and the family friendly Bar del Convent, holding exhibitions, activities and cultural events during festivals. ”
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Art Gallery
“Interesting and free entrance exhibitions by catalan artists. Its two minutes away from Boqueria and next to Las Ramblas. The exhibitions usually are worth to see.”
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Museum
“The European Museum for Modern Art is the first museum to exclusively display and promote contemporary figurative art. It is part of the Fundació de les Arts i els Artistes, whose main goal is to spread and promote the Figurative Art from the 20th and 21st century. Llocated in Palau Gomis, an old palace from the 18th century built by a merchant named Gomis in 1792, in El Born district, Barcelona.”
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Cocktailbar
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“I really recommend you to have a cocktail in this place, the decoration is charming, the staff very professional and the cocktails are the best, you gonna have more than one and you will end drunk ”
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Art Museum
“It is a place that few persons know. It is a cafeteria with terrace to take mojitos or another thing. Frederic Marès is inside the museum and it is not necessary to enter him to take something.”
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Cocktailbar
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“Hand-crafted cocktails served with love and attention in the Born. Don't miss out on the free pica pica if you are drinking--a steal for Barcelona. ”
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Art Gallery
“This multidisciplinary art gallery also has a bar upstairs where you’re welcome to bring your dog to take a break and have a drink. You can even leave your pet here while you take a closer look at the exhibition on display—the staff is usually happy to take care of them for a while. Miscelánea spotlights works by young artists with diverse approaches to art, design, and video and regularly has creative workshops. Check their website and social media for updates.”
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