This DivaNun Guide is a one pager of everything to do, see, and eat in Barcelona, Spain.
- Las Ramblas
- A large open walking street filled with restaurants, buskers, and a vibrant positive energy
- Street Art
- I loved seeing all the inventive and bright street art the covers the walls
- Liberia Complices
- An LGBT book store in the Gothic Quarter
- Architecture of Gaudi
- The city is covered with beautiful work by this architectural master.
- La Merce
- a festival that honors the patron saint of Barcelona and happens in late Septermber
- Avinyo 10 Restaurant
- has a good paella lunch special in the Gothic Quarter
- Bar Marsella
- Old school Absinythe Bar that Hemingway used to frequent
- A Tu Bola
- Chain restaurant serving delicious easy to eat fried balls with craft local Barcelona beer
- Swagatam Restaurant
- If you are craving some indian in the land of tapas then look no further it was bomb~
- Ugarit Verdi
- One of the best meals I had. This is a small neighborhood chain in Gracia that serves some amazing Syrian food. Make sure you get the stew with chickpeas and eggplant twas diving
- Entre Hores
- This place has a fig, iberian ham, honey, cheese on bread dish that will knock your socks off. It was so good I had to eat it twice.
- El Viejo Almacen
- This cute little empanada spot in Gracia has some delicious little treats.
- This city is extremely walkable and as well has a great public transportation system of buses and trains that are easy to navigae