22 Cool Things To Do In Barcelona – The Complete Travel Checklist.

Don’t get me wrong, certain places in Barcelona are truly unmissable. However, there’s only so many times you can visit popular landmarks before you become exhausted. You’ll soon crave activities which elevate your travels from the standard tourist experience. That’s where my checklist of 22 cool things to do in Barcelona comes in…

This digital resource is the second part of my Barcelona series. The first was my jam-packed guide to Barcelona, which went down a total treat. In fact, I still have screenshots from readers who messaged to say they used my guide on their travels. Genuinely. It’s the best Barcelona travel guide for people who want straight-to-the-point content.

So what’s different between the e-book and travel checklist? Well, in the checklist there’s more focus on making you feel like a local. An advanced tour of the city, I guess you could say. Virtually, we’ll go to markets visited by residents, discover the best street for tapas, and play around with unique ways to create core memories. It’s no secret that you guys love reading about Barcelona, so I’d say we’re a pretty good match. Click below for useful recommendations to shape your next trip.

Need more convincing? You’ll be pleased to know the checklist is completely free. You’ve got nothing to lose, but potentially a lot to gain.

If you’re already tempted to book the next flight out, stick around. I’ll be participating in a mini challenge to spend as little as possible over a weekend in Barcelona, without sacrificing on entertainment and cravings. The ultimate budget travel guide to Barcelona, as a name, springs to mind. You won’t want to miss this one, so sign up for email notifications! It’s the best way to get instant access to future blog posts.

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