Barcelona (Barcelona) is a typical Mediterranean city, located in the east of Spain. Every sport-related individual, even though it is due to this city football and basketball team, the city’s features and cultural structure are even more prominent than the sports club’s recognition.
Barcelona is one of the most impressive cities in Europe, with its warm climate, geometric city planning, historic houses, marina, olive oil restaurants, easy access to the city, shopping streets with famous brands and places to see and see. The planes coming from Europe and most parts of the world are usually using the T2 Airport. It is easy to get to the city center from here. It is possible to get a fair price for the city center by taking metro tickets with 10 tickets. It is not possible to reach the city center directly from the airport by metro, and to buy a ticket for 10 thousand for 9,75 Euro (this price is valid for 2013), it is not possible in any city of Europe.
From the metro station you can get off at the airport, it is possible to get down to Sant Estasyone station, change line and go to L3 line (green line – green line), get off at Liceu stop and reach the famous La Rambla. Getting to La Rambla from T2 Airport costs a total of half an hour. La Rambla can be called “Barcelona’s Istiklal Caddesi”. Street artists, tourists from all walks of life, shopping malls, souvenirs, hostels, restaurants, restaurants and more are on this street. The roads leading to the street are open to areas where historic buildings are located. If the street is towards the sea, Christoph Colomb opens up to the marina with the sculpture. The train station is also located very close to the marina.
The transport to Barcelona’s famous football stadium Nou Camp is only one metro ride away from La Rambla. You can get to Nou Camp by going down to Maria Cristina station. You can join city tours to visit the entire city. The cost of these tours varies between 20 – 30 euro. Another symbol of the city in Sarelona is the incomplete cathedral, the Sagrada Familia. This extraordinary structure, which began construction in the 1800s and is likely to last for the next 10 years, is one of the most tourist-attracting spots.
Then another place that can be easily reached by metro is Barcelona National Park – Park Guell. It is possible to relax by watching the city, in the view of a magnificent view overlooking the seaside business towers and the sea from the sea. It is also possible to coincide with the arena of a few bullfighting walks that have been banned and closed many years before. Historical buildings have begun not to be used after the prohibition of bull wrestling, but are opened for commercial purposes only for tourists. The language used in the city is not Spanish, but Catalan. The region has its own language, and almost the entire city, including call centers, speaks in Catalan. This language is a unique language between Spanish and French as a vocabulary and grammar.
One of the most striking points of the city is an old building that used to be a palace in the past. It is possible to go up to the palace and observe the scenery after the high stairs and long walking paths. There are no obstacles to be able to go out at night, on the contrary, lighting and duty assist tourists. As a culture, with its own unique dances and warm-blooded people, Barcelona reflects a full Mediterranean city culture. Olive-oil dishes you will not find anywhere else in Europe and the palate tastes close to us are the cultural items you will find here.