Barcelona has grabbed headlines for years as one of the world's most happening and fashionable cities. It's not hard to make the most out of Barcelona. There's culture, fine-dining, bar-hopping and beach-bumming and plenty to be getting on with. With its beautiful urban landscape, coastal location and with countryside, vineyards and mountains all nearby, there's certainly no shortage of things to do in and around Barcelona. Even after you've ticked off all the major tourist attractions, blown your travel budget shopping and sampled the city's finest restaurants and busiest bars, the capital of Catalonia still has more to offer in the way of entertainment. And we will show you HOW.
If you're planning to see the three big Gaudí sites—La Sagrada Família, Park Güell, or La Pedrera at Casa Milà—make sure you book your tickets online ahead of time to avoid being locked out of something you came all the way to Barcelona to see.
See the free sights
Many museums in Barcelona are open to the public for free. All city museums are free on the first Sunday of each month, except the City History Museum, which is free on the afternoon of the first Saturday of the month. Museums are also free to groups using the visit for students on Wednesday afternoons, and many are free after 3pm on Sundays.
Outwitting the ATMs
Spanish banks are conning thousands of pounds out of unexpected tourists by tricking you into accepting their unfavourable exchange rate. If asked would you like to be charged in your native currency always select 'no', and ask to be charged in euros.
Average cost of food
You can get cheap tapas and meals for around 6-13 EUR. That will include about 3 or 4 tapas. If you want wine included, expect to spend about 18 EUR per meal. A good restaurant meal will set you back around 24 EUR. If you go out for Paella, drinks, appetizers, etc. then you should plan to spend around 36 EUR for a meal.
The metro is your friend
If you're going to be making a bunch of trips on the city's metro, it's better to purchase the 10-trip pass and you and your friends can work your way through them for up to 10 trips for about 10 euros. The Barcelona metro is pretty easy to navigate, and reaches just about everything you'll want to see, often leaving you within a short walk of whatever you're trying to find.
Keep a close eye on your personal belongings, especially fancy phones and cameras, and whenever you leave the city's various bars and clubs at night.
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