As an FCB fan I was super excited to start our tour in Barcelona visiting the famous Camp Nou! To see the stadium live in front of me with the words “Mes que un club” written on the chairs gave me such an adrenaline rush! It was quite a busy day for all the workers there since Barca had a game the next day ( which they won btw) and everything had to be ready! The players were practicing in a near by village but unfortunately we couldn’t go and watch them!
After this amazing experience we took the train and went to Sagrada Famili Basilica by Antonio Gaudi, wow such an incredible Gothic Architecture! You could just sit there and enjoy each part of this amazing piece of art!
Park Güell was out next destination, it is a place where you can enjoy looking at the city of Barcelona from very high!
Before ending the night having dinner in a restaurant on the beach in Barcelonetta we had the chance to see a very impressive show at Montjuic! It is all about water games and music! The shows start at 9:30 in the evening and end at midnight! It sure is a must see in the city!
And of course the nice beaches, white sand and clear water. I was even lucky enough in Barcelona at La Rambla Del Mar, to meet my friend Lina whom I saw last time 2 years ago but this time she was accompanied by her husband and she was pregnant :)
Three days and two nights in this big city gave me a certain idea of the culture! Certain areas would not give you the impression that your are in Spain yet in some other places you would totally feel the spanish vibe(more crowded) lThe people look a lot like the Arabs ad share many similar costumes! The food I did not like. I believe that Lebanese rock this side better! The people are helpful yet not as much as they were in South Of France! The streets are huge and off course clean and well organized!
At this end it is all about FCB :p