1. Take a walk down Calle Petritxol Just take a walk down Calle Petritxol and try authentic Crema Catalana in the classic Catalan cafes of the Barri Gótic. 2. Discover the Raval District Savour the flavour of multicultural Barcelona. 3. The Sagrada Familia cathedral and MACBA The Sagrada Familia cathedral and MACBA are a must amongst Barcelona’s defining landmarks! 4. Cable car rides to Montjuic Take the cable car from Torre de Sant Sebastià in Barceloneta over the sea and up to Montjuic, a must-see area of Barcelona. 5. Don’t forget to chill out! Head down to Barceloneta Beach and take a drink in one of the “chiringuitos” (beach bars). Continue northeast up to the Mediterranean beach from the Barceloneta and you will hit Port Olimpic. It was built in 1992 for Olympic Games but now it contains a fancy marina and some captivating sculptures.
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