Hi ♡ Let’s talk about my one week erasmus experience in barcelona. Don’t expect me to tell you too much, because a lot of the evenings were filled with so much alcohol, that it would be really hard for me to explain all the details – and you really don’t want to know them 😉
One of my closest friends studied one semester in barcelona and he had the time of his life. Before he left Germany, I promised him to come and visit him – so that’s what I did, because I always keep my promises. He shared an apartment with 3 more lovely people from Brazil, Poland and Denmark, so this was like the most amazing shared living situation ever and I totally loved their apartment, which was almost directly at place de la espagna.
I’m going to make this post really short & only tell you about the places, where you should go. Let’s start:
Place de la Espagna – Walk all the way up and don’t turn around until you are at the top!
La Rambla – a nice market street on the way down to the harbour
The Beach – walk all the way from the harbour to the real beach and enjoy some great tapas close by
La Sagrada Familia – at least walk past this beautiful & crazy church
Barri Gotic – a nice and old part of Barcelona, where you can find some of the best restaurants
Casa Batllo – one of Gaudis famous buildings, but it’s enough to watch it from outside
Passeig de Gracia – the most expensive street in Barcelona
Razzmatazz – the best club in Barcelona !
Place de la Catalunya – a good start to discover the old- and the newtown
D9 – a really cool bar, where you can get a free drink if you kiss someone in front of the barkeeper
Opium Barcelona – a really good club, directly at the beach
Sutton Club – high class clubbing
Bunkers – an old bunker, where you can go to watch the skyline or the sunset
If you want to swim with sharks, you can do that for 150€ at L’Aquarium Barcelona