Barcelona, an amazing city

Ivan Snz @ivansnzJune 2018 · 4 min read


My buddy Pascalcito and me went on a roadtrip to Barcelona and had a week (seven days) to spend in this fantastic city. We beat each other through great cafes, bars, restaurants with its spanish food culture. Explored the unique architecture of the famous architect Antoni Gaudí and dove right into Barcelona's crazy nightlife.

After the struggleful road trip through switzerland france and spain we made it to our main goal, Barcelona! So we returned the rental car at the airport of Barcelona and returned hopped on a night bus which brought us to the old town of Barcelona where our hotel was situated. A late night check-in, entered our room and fell asleep like tutankhamun in his graveyard.

The next day we were awakened by the shining sun. Put on some sneakers and walked all the way to the famous Park Güell.

The Vlog

I filmed along the way and made a short film of our adventures in Barcelona. Lean back and enjoy the ride and subscribe to my channel for more to come.

Park Güell

After a lot of walking through the streets of Barcelona we made it to the Park Güell. Unfortunately all the tickets were sold out so we bought some for the next day. nevertheless there is a free part of the park we walked through and behind the park you can walk up a hill to a viewpoint called mirador virolai, there you have an amazing view on the city.


Thats what i call adecent window view.



Tickets to enter the park.


Views on the way up to the park.

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The famous Sagrada Familia


the Arc de Triomf.


La Catedral

The Hotelroom

We stayed at the Ilunion Almirante Hote which is situated besides the old town. I can highly recommend the hotel and the views from the balcony where amazing!






Casa Batlló

This building is one of my favourites in Barcelona, also designed by Antoni Gaudi. The round shapes, soft blue tiles in the patio and the terrace from another world makes this building so unique.


The facade of Casa Batlló with the skull formed balconies.




Pascalcito on the staircase.


The amazing Patio inside the building.


Naturally ventilated rooms.

I hope you enjoyed this adventure with us in Barcelona. I'll bet no matter how much time you spend in this city you've never see it all. The diversity is huge and there are so many exciting corners. I hope this inspired you to travel or awakened old memories!


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BeDee @bedeeJune 2018

Omg this great


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I love this city! I recently wrote a post about 5 places that you must see in Barcelona. Drop by to read, maybe you'll see familiar places. ;)


Omg, I'llbe in Barcelona on July so post is really helpful.
Beautiful pictures too!

Looking forward to read more Ivansnz!
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Thanks for sharing such wonderful photos! I didnt knew much about Barcelona but now I would love to go. I'm glad you guys had the opportunity of discovering such an amazing architecture. I'm definitely following for more stories like this!


Super high quality content bro! I love this.
I've been to Barcelona a while back and it brought back some memories - especially photos of the S. Familia. Looks like it's much closer to being completed now :)


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Thank you for sharing this article! You have a great eye for details! I love your pictures.

I am so happy that I have seen this post as I will be in Barcelona and didn't have time to prepare my travel plan yet. Your post helps me a lot! :)