The famous Barcelona is not only a dream place for football fans, but also a city where Gaudí is a madman architect. It is also one of the places where architectural enthusiasts must go. The city, with its countless arts, also boasts one of the three Picasso museums in the world, with countless originals from manuscripts to oil paintings.
Next, we’ve listed a list of the five things that Spain has to do!
Why is this winery “fairy”? Because its wine label is actually a super cute boy holding a bottle, it has been used from a few decades ago, with a strong sense of time. The decoration is also very princess style, the colored tiles are covered with the main entrance of the winery, and several carriages transformed into wine bottles are parked outside.
Walking in the streets of Barcelona, you can see the traces of Gaudí’s stay everywhere. Whether it’s a street lamp or a fountain on the square, it’s his soul. If you are interested in experiencing an unusual Barcelona, there are also buildings in the city that should not be missed:
In the evening, I walked into the entrance of the restaurant in the old city. A group of guests who booked a seat a few months ago were already dressed in formal attire, holding female partners and lined up at the door. The entrance to the door can be seen everywhere in the 18th and 19th centuries. Through the Arab buildings and street lamps on the restaurant door, it feels like going back to the past.
It is said that in Europe, the Spaniards belong to the type of everything they eat. From the sea to the ground to the sky, the next dish is two kinds of cooking style pigeon meat, as well as soft and delicious lamb chops. At this time, the wine was naturally replaced with Rioja red wine with red meat.
1) Oleícola San Francisco OLIVE OIL www.oleoturismojaen.com; 1.5 hour tour €5; make an appointment in advance.
2) Centro de Interpretación Olivar y Aceite INTERPRETATION CENTRE www.centrodeolivaryaceitelaloma.com; Museum Adult/Child: €3.50/free; Tasting: €6, advance reservation.
3. 2.5-hour tour of the Sagrada Familia in Barcelona
4. Flamingo Dance Restaurant Tickets & Food (Corral de la Moreria)
5. Picasso Museum opening hours and tickets: http://www.bcn.cat/museupicasso/en/visiting/hours-and-tickets.htmlmuseupicasso/en/visiting/hours-and-tickets.html
It is free at 6-9 pm every Thursday, free on the first Sunday of each month, free for children under 18, and free for students with student ID.
Euro exchange rate 7.61 yuan = 1 euro (2018 data)
UnionPay withdrawals: 80% of Spain’s ATMs can use UnionPay cards to withdraw euro cash, including BBVA, La Caixa, Santander, Banco Popular, Bankia, and all of Spain’s two major bank card networks Telebanco and Euro6000.
Cheap flights can be searched from Skyscanner, and the landing airports are available in major cities such as Madrid, Barcelona, and Girona.
Domestic transport in Spain can choose to drive or public transport. There are many subway networks and buses in the big cities.
There are 4 network operators in Spain:
There are several SIM outlets at major airports such as Madrid or Barcelona, but the prices are very expensive. It is recommended to go to the operator store in the city or shopping center. Their stores can be found in the big shopping malls in every city.
Specific tariff link: http://prepaid-data-sim-card.wikia.com/wiki/Spain