If there’s only one city in Spain you can visit, make it Barcelona. This vivacious city has it all sun-kissed beaches, rich history, renown architecture, world’s best chefs, and rolling forest covered hills topped with museums, castles and hiking trails.
If you’re into history and architecture, its Gothic quarter is a hodgepodge of 14th century cathedrals, ancient city walls, temples and subterranean cisterns.In other parts of town you’ll see a sharp contrast with whimsical and temporary creations by Gaudí, Salvador Dalí, Pablo Picasso and Joan Miró
all of whom are the country’s most famous artists.
For those who want to kick back, the stunning city beach is lined with atmospheric seafood restaurants and hip beach bars that are perched right on the sand.