The World’s 50 Most Beautiful Cities, Ranked by Travel Experts; Jill Schildhouse; Reader’s Digest

Beauty may be in the eye of the beholder, but 1,000 travel bloggers, writers, and agents can’t be wrong about these magnificent destinations.

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Day-Trippers Guide to Seeing More Than Just Barcelona; Jacob Dean; Fodor’s

Day-trippers rejoice – these quick stops to beaches, wineries, and volcanic zones will not add much time to your trip but will add a new element of adventure. Barcelona has much to do and see, but that does not mean that the surrounding areas are to be overlooked. Explore the outskirts of Barcelona and take in the wonderful sights of Catalonia.

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Holidays 2020: Europe’s ‘top must-see’ attraction – is it in the UK?; Aimee Robinson; Express

HOLIDAYS are often an opportunity to take in new cultures around the world. Part of this is visiting world-famous attractions and landmarks. Experts have revealed there is one tourist attraction in Europe that has proven most popular. Have you visited?

Source: Holidays 2020: Europe’s ‘top must-see’ attraction – is it in the UK?

Iconic Barcelona architecture that you can check out for free; Rachel Button; Matador Network

Gaudí and beyond.

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Photos: Stunning Longhorn Views of the World; Jenan Taha; UT News

These 12 inspiring photos capture Texas’ globally connected campus.

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Australia’s been snubbed from TripAdvisor’s top 10 attractions in 2019; Kara Godfrey; Sun

The most popular tourist attractions in the world have been revealed, with seven of the top 10 found in Europe.

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7 Significant Gaudi Sites in Barcelona; Kyle Tinga; Inquirer Lifestyle

It is impossible to think about Barcelona’s cityscape without thinking about Antoni Gaudi. One of the Catalan region’s most famed sons, his creative eye and architectural prowess earned him an enduring legacy that is most widely felt across the city of Barcelona. When looking at one of his buildings, you can feel his passion not only for architecture but also for the beauty of nature and his staunch Roman Catholic faith. Between 1984 and 2005, seven of his greatest buildings…

Source: 7 Significant Gaudi Sites in Barcelona | Inquirer Lifestyle

TripAdvisor’s top 10 attractions in the world with the Colosseum as number 1; Kara Godfrey; The Sun

THE most popular tourist attractions in the world have been revealed, with seven of the top ten found in Europe. Rome, Paris and Venice all featured on the list, along with New York and Chicago. TripAdvisor…

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Traveling solo in Barcelona: What to do and see; Newsday

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Hola Barcelona: Enjoy a visit to Catalonia’s vibrant and bustling capital city; Rebecca Underwood; Luxury Lifestyle Magazine

Barcelona, the bustling capital of Spain’s Catalonia region, offers a captivating insight into a rich and colourful kaleidoscope of culture and history and attracts…

Source: Hola Barcelona: Enjoy a visit to Catalonia’s vibrant and bustling capital city

How to Skip the Crowds and Still See Barcelona’s Top Attractions; Jacinta O’Halloran; Fodor’s

Barcelona is crowded, and you already know that by all of the overtourism headlines about locals being overwhelmed by tourists. Here’s how to visit Barcelona without letting the crowds drive you crazy. It truly is possible–Jacinta O’Halloran promises.

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Barcelona’s Sagrada Familia cathedral shut down by Catalan ‘Picnic for the Republic’ protesters; RT World News


Barcelona’s iconic Sagrada Familia basilica has been shut down amid a general strike across the region; it follows four nights of protests over the sentencing of Catalonian separatist leaders by the Spanish Supreme Court.

Source: Barcelona’s Sagrada Familia cathedral shut down by Catalan ‘Picnic for the Republic’ protesters (PHOTOS, VIDEO) — RT World News

A Local’s Guide to Gràcia: One of Barcelona’s Hidden Gems; Suzannah Balluffi; Medium.com

Gràcia, also known as the Vila de Gràcia (village of Grace) lives up to its name. Many years after its establishment, it is still a small…

Source: A Local’s Guide to Gràcia: One of Barcelona’s Hidden Gems

Benvingut a Barcelona; Jennifer Fauci; Long Island Weekly

Benvingut a Barcelona! Long Island Weekly’s Jennifer Fauci shares the best of Barcelona in her latest Vacation & Travel piece.

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Top 10 Architectural Marvels in Spain; Luxury Travel Magazine

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Family-Friendly Activities in Barcelona; Dia Adama; The Points Guy

Barcelona hosts more than 30 million tourists a year, but it can be challenging to find kid-friendly things to do in a city known for starting dinner at 10pm. Still, Dia Adama’s family found plenty to love about this city and she thinks you will too. This list of some of the best family-friendly activities in …

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THE ULTIMATE INSIDER’S GUIDE TO SPAIN; Melania Siriu; Newsweek

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Barcelona Vacation Ideas for Planning an Itinerary; Expedia Viewfinder

Your Barcelona trip is sorted. Follow our travel itinerary ideas through the top attractions and local hotspots in the city.

Source: Barcelona Vacation Ideas for Planning an Itinerary | Expedia Viewfinder

Sagrada Familia Basilica Is Almost Finished, After Just 137 Years; Dave Roos; How Stuff Works

Started in 1882, this beautifully ornate church is expected to be finally completed in 2026. It was the vision of architect Antoni Gaudí who conceived of it as a “forest in stone.”

Source: Sagrada Familia Basilica Is Almost Finished, After Just 137 Years

Here’s How to Skip the Lines at These Cultural Institutions; Afar

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