What to do on a 3 days tripCity trips become more and more popular. A lot of people fly to big cities of the world for only 3 days. In such a short time span, every hour at every day has to be used fully to get the most out of this vacation. Barcelona has a lot to explore. Here is a city guide for 72 hours in Barcelona, so that you get the most out of your trip. Day one Morning: If you would like to stay within the city, it is recommendable to take the metro. There are perfect metro tickets available for tourists, who stay only 3 days – “Hola BCN!”. It costs 19,20€ to get an unlimited amount of journeys for three days. Public transport included: Metro, Tram, Urban railway, Bus and zone-one regional rail. You can use it as many times as you want to within these days and even change between different public transports systems. If you buy it online you get 10% off. Afternoon: Fresh air and water makes simply everybody hungry! If you stay at Barcelona beach, you have plenty of choices where to eat and drink. The prices of course reflect the location and the atmosphere with ocean view. But you will find everything you need there … Burger, Seafood, Tapas, Salad, Sushi and much more! After your opulent meal you should lay down at one of the couches at Carpe Diem. It’s a lounge bar and restaurant also located directly at the beach with delicious cocktails and a charming atmosphere. Day two Morning & Afternoon: Now it’s time for some sightseeing! Barcelona has much monuments worth to see. A must are: Sagrada familia, Magic Fountains, Las ramblas, Tibidabo, Park Güell, Park Montjüic …There are just too many to numerate them all.
The famous Antoni Gaudi shaped the city with his visions and made it as beautiful and colorful as it is. The Park Güell in the heart of the city is a popular tourist destination and the best example for Gaudi’s work. La Sagrada Familia can also be visited from the insight, but you have to bring time and money to visit it.
touristic bus. It’s a hop on hop off bus. Therefore, you can decide where you want to stay and where you want to go next. It starts from 23.40€ upwards and there are different routes available. You can simply spend the whole day for exploring all the 45 stops. You will get a headset for a guided audio-tour. The languages available are: Catalan, Spanish, English, French, German, Italian, Chinese, Japanese, Portuguese and Russian. There is even free Wi-fi at the bus.
Evening: If you still have enough energy, you definitely should dive into Barcelona’s nightlife. There are plenty of clubs, bars and lounges. You can decide whether you want an elegant and chick evening at Opium, Sutton and co. or if you want to celebrate more typical surrounded by locals (e.g. en La Fira)article. Day three Morning: After you recreated from an exciting party night, you should use the remaining time for La Boqueria, the famous market in Barcelona. If you stay until Friday you should of course vary these days, as the market isn’t open on Sunday. The opening hours are: Monday – Saturday, 08:00-20:30. A visit at this huge market will overwhelm all your senses. Meat, seafood, fruits and much more is available for buying there. The market even won prizes for the best market worldwide.