More than any city I've been to in Europe, Barcelona is best enjoyed on foot and on a bike. It's small, but not so small that you can walk around it; it's mostly flat; there's something to see every step of the way; and there's a million bars and ... 

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Tour stop.

September 2010

RobC
New Zealand

Some of Barcelona's parks are big, so biking is perfect, much better than being on foot. And the history of the region is so dense that everyone learned a lot from our guides. Here we're stopped in Parc Guell, one of Gaudi's best-known achievements.

Candy stores are everywhere

September 2010

RobC
New Zealand

The Born area, or the "old city" is chock full of really cool speciality stores, like this candy store and cafe. I noticed some people on the tour didn't go inside too many, but they did make a note of where they were, presumably to come back later and pig out in privacy!

Barcelona equals food!

September 2010

RobC
New Zealand

The tapas walking tour stops at great shops, like this one with local oils and cheeses. Barcelona is not a good place to lose weight.

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