Playing for two days, I bought a 48h card, which includes the subway fare for departure from the airport. Besides, there are only 48h cards for t2. The one who goes to T1 subway station for 10 times is more economical than Madrid's. There is no card fee. Besides, Barcelona is indeed a big city in 70 minutes. It's very grand. The houses are all of various kinds, super-featured, and the basic scenic spots are all around. Around Gaudi's art, it's enough to choose one or two. I think more time can be spent in feeling the city and relaxing myself.
If you are interested in Gaudi's works, you must go to Spain. The main streets of Barcelona are all Gaudi's works. I wonder how Gaudi's thinking and imagination are so different. The Cathedral of St. Sophia can also open your mouth as soon as you enter the door. People's imagination is limitless.
I feel that Barcelona is different from many other European cities I have visited before. Barcelona's first vision is a bit old and vicissitudes. However, when you go deep into it, you will immediately find that she has retained most of the unique culture, but also injected new elements. It is said that Spain's economy ranks third to last in Europe today, but the pride of its human skeleton has not been extinguished. They still retain in their hearts the sense of superiority of their ancestors in driving the invincible fleet and dominating the world. Barcelona has not only a free and comfortable life in the West, a good natural environment and friendly interpersonal relationships, but also a strong sense of history, which many European cities do not have.
In Spain, how can you avoid visiting Barcelona, such as Saint Family Hall, Nou Camp Stadium, Lambra Avenue, Mila House, Guell Park, 1992 Olympic Stadium, and various seafood restaurants along the Mediterranean coast? Let's experience Catalonia's unique culture. Barcelonan English should be the best in Spain as a whole.
A beautiful and ancient city with a long history is a place worth visiting.
The capital of Catalonia. I like this city. It has the Mediterranean Sea, Gaudi's buildings, sunshine, vitality and many British Palace Department stores. Barcelona's neighborhoods are neat, and houses at intersections are cut-corners. This city is known as the city of Gaudi, because Gaudi and his buildings are destined to attract worldwide attention. The reason why you come to Barcelona is a never-ending saint's home, Gaudi's legacy works, and a faith under construction. I strongly recommend that you go to Barcelona to search for several episodes of Gaudi in Phoenix Satellite TV "Dream World" before you travel, and then come back to understand the city better.