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Barcelona, the vibrant capital of Catalonia, is a city filled with rich history, stunning architecture, delicious cuisine, and lively culture. With so much to see and do, planning your itinerary for a week in Barcelona can be both exciting and overwhelming. To help you make the most of your time in this enchanting city, we've curated a comprehensive one-week itinerary that includes all the must-see attractions and hidden gems. Let's dive in!

Day 1: Discover the Heart of Barcelona

Morning: Start your exploration of Barcelona with a visit to the iconic Sagrada Familia, Antoni Gaudí's masterpiece. Marvel at the intricate facades and stunning interiors of this unfinished basilica.

Afternoon: After lunch, wander through the charming streets of the Gothic Quarter (Barri Gòtic). Explore historic landmarks such as the Barcelona Cathedral, Plaça Reial, and the Jewish Quarter.

Evening: End your day with a leisurely stroll along La Rambla, Barcelona's most famous boulevard. Take in the lively atmosphere, browse the bustling market stalls, and enjoy dinner at one of the many restaurants lining the street.

Barcelona Cathedral. A Neo-Gothic church steeped in legend

Day 2: Art and Culture

Morning: Spend the morning exploring the works of Pablo Picasso at the Picasso Museum in the El Born district. Admire the artist's early sketches, paintings, and ceramics.

Afternoon: Head to the Montjuïc Hill and visit the Fundació Joan Miró, dedicated to the works of the renowned Catalan surrealist artist. Take a leisurely walk through the Montjuïc Gardens and enjoy panoramic views of the city.

Evening: Experience Barcelona's vibrant nightlife in the El Raval neighborhood. Grab dinner at a trendy tapas bar, then explore the area's eclectic bars and music venues.

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Day 3: Beach Day

Morning: Start your day with a relaxing morning at one of Barcelona's beautiful beaches. Barceloneta Beach is popular and easily accessible, but for a quieter experience, head to Bogatell or Nova Icaria Beach.

Afternoon: Enjoy water sports activities such as paddleboarding or kayaking, or simply soak up the sun and swim in the refreshing Mediterranean Sea.

Evening: After a day at the beach, unwind with a seafood dinner at a beachfront restaurant and watch the sunset over the sea.

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Day 4: Day Trip to Montserrat

Full Day: Take a day trip to Montserrat, a stunning mountain range located about an hour's drive from Barcelona. Visit the Benedictine Abbey of Santa Maria de Montserrat and take a cable car ride for breathtaking views of the surrounding landscape.

Montserrat Monastery in Monistrol de Montserrat |

Day 5: Gourmet Delights

Morning: Explore the vibrant food scene of Barcelona with a visit to the famous La Boqueria Market. Sample local specialties and pick up some fresh ingredients for a picnic later in the day.

Afternoon: Take a cooking class to learn how to prepare traditional Catalan dishes such as paella, gazpacho, and crema catalana.

Evening: Enjoy a gastronomic dinner at one of Barcelona's Michelin-starred restaurants for a memorable culinary experience.

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Day 6: Park Güell and Gràcia

Morning: Start your day with a visit to Park Güell, another masterpiece by Antoni Gaudí. Explore the colorful mosaic sculptures, meandering pathways, and panoramic views of the city.

Afternoon: Spend the afternoon wandering through the bohemian neighborhood of Gràcia. Discover quirky boutiques, cozy cafes, and hidden squares tucked away from the tourist crowds.

Evening: Enjoy dinner at a traditional Catalan restaurant in Gràcia and soak up the neighborhood's laid-back vibe.

Park Güell Guided Tour - Small Group Tour.

Day 7: Farewell Barcelona

Morning: Visit the historic Montjuïc Castle and take in the sweeping views of Barcelona from the hilltop fortress.

Afternoon: Spend your final afternoon shopping for souvenirs and gifts at the boutiques and markets of the El Born district.

Evening: Reflect on your unforgettable week in Barcelona over a farewell dinner at a rooftop restaurant, with panoramic views of the city as your backdrop.

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