Gothic Quarter: This is the oldest and the most visited neighbourhood. It has most of the attractions that include the famous Cathedral of Barcelona.
Las Ramblas: Get your feet talking because this is a pedestrian-only street that includes cafes, stores, eateries, stalls and chain stores. Visit La Boqueria market that is considered to be the biggest market in the world.
Picasso Museum: When in Barcelona, you got to visit the Picasso Museum because it houses the most extensive work of Picasso.
La Sagrada Família: This is one of the most impressive works of Antoni Gaudi at L’Eixample. The temple is 95m long and 60m wide, able to seat 13,000 people and attracts 2.8 million visitors.
Garcia: For people looking out for perfect scenery, visit this hip bohemian neighbourhood that is located on a hillside. When you are here, have a family picnic at Gaudí’s famous and whimsical hilltop park, Parc Güell.