Barcelona Top Solo Travel Deal: Barcelona, the city of Gaudi, is one of Europe’s most sought after destinations.
Things to Do and See:
I had previously spent time in Madrid and the south of Spain. As a result, traveling to the north of Spain to Barcelona was especially interested. In Barcelona, Catalan rather than Spanish is the primary language. Spanish and English were widely spoken. I quickly discovered that almost everything was within walking distance. The city center was filled with buildings by 20th-century Guadi. The most famous is the Church of the Holy Family or La Sagrada Familia. However, there are multiple les famous buildings tucked into the streets and side streets of Barcelona. As always, when I travel solo, I find the city tours or half day tours were a great way to get an idea of the area and what I wanted to go back to independently. Fashionistas will find lots of fashion forward small ships.
Barelona, despite its northern location, had a mild climate that reminded me of northern California. There were palm trees lining boulevards. It is a great standalone vacation. However, I found it ideal to have a long weekend there en route to ski in the small neighboring Pyrenees country of Andorra.
The Conica Deluxe Bed&Breakfast:
This highly rated bed & breakfast has all the high-tech amenities from free WIFI, satellite TV, an iPod docking station. For your convenience, there is a private bathroom with toiletries, a hairdryer and comfortable robes for relaxing plus a terrace for just lounging.
You will be only a matter of feet from Gaudi’s famous La Pedrera and conveniently located near the city center’s Plaça Catalunya. The in-house concierge stands ready to make your stay a memorable one.
Barcelona is a perfect standalone vacation for solo travelers or in combination with a visit to Madrid or even skiing in Andorra!
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