One Week In Barcelona

One Week In Barcelona ItineraryWelcome to One Week In Barcelona, the handwritten guide. We are here to help you plan your Barcelona trip a bit smarter and with much less hassle.

Excited? You should be, there’s a lot to explore.

We are keen to share here our best insider tips to spend One Week or simply a weekend in Barcelona.

Our full guide covers:

  1. Basic Introduction
  2. Where to stay in Barcelona
  3. How to get around
  4. What to see in Barcelona
  5. Things to do in Barcelona
  6. Tickets you have to buy before – must read
  7. Food and Restaurants
  8. Day Trips from Barcelona
  9. Itinerary for Barcelona
  10. Packing List
  11. City Map

We introduce you to all the different neighborhoods unique experiences you can and should enjoy our 11 most recommended restaurants and eat-outs

Barcelona, home of Gaudi and our home.

It is one of the most popular travel destinations worldwide. And it offers almost everything.

From rich cuisine to luxury experiences like sailing with a city view – unique and memorable travel experiences are ensured for everyone coming over.

We love Barcelona for its variety, flair, culture, food, but most of all: The fantastic and unique mixture of having a beach, and an artsy world-city in one place!

Walk with us through the narrowed streets of El Born until we find our most favorite coffee in town.

So you can plan and spend a perfect vacation week!

Reading the following 3 articles is the perfect starting point:

1. Basic Introduction

We want to start with a simple intro to the things you need to know before coming to Barcelona.

Currency: EUR (€)

Language Spoken: Catalan and Spanish are the official languages. Many shop owners and bartenders speak as well as English, especially in downtown Barcelona. The younger generation of Barcelonins usually speaks solid English too.

Population: 1.7 million

Known for: Modernism Architecture by Antoine Gaudi and other masterminds. Food and Wine. Catalan Culture. Football Club FC Barcelona.

Accommodation: The city is loaded with great luxury hotels to middle-ranging hotels, beach hotels, and budget hostels. You can also find very good apartments.

Find more details in our where to stay in Barcelona section below.

Public Transport: The best way to get around is the Metro, bus and