Hello, lovely ones!
I am back with a new travel post from Barcelona and this time, I’ll show you photos from day 2 and 3.
Day 2 didn’t start as early as we would’ve wanted because we were a bit tired from the night before, with the concert and all, so we woke up, ate and then left for Parc Guell. We chose to walk there because it wasn’t so far away from the place we were staying and Barcelona is one of the best cities to see by feet. I visited the park last time and I absolutely loved it but, this time, I managed to see a lot more of it. I didn’t even knew that it’s so big and so full of beautiful buildings and alleys. Last time, every part of the park was free but now you have to pay in order to see the 2 main attractions. Having seen them already, I didn’t think it was worth to pay but if this is your first visit, I think you can spare those money and see everything. It’s so, so beautiful. Another advice would be to try and wake up early and visit it while it’s not crowded. If you could visit it during Spring, I think it would be perfect because now it was so sunny and really hot.
After Parc Guell, we had planned to visit Sagrada Familia but once we got there, we found out that we would have to wait a few hours and we decided to come back the next day. A good tip is to buy the tickets online and reserve your visit, this way you can get there exactly at the hour you want and you pay less!
Sagrada is a work of art and I was in awe the first time I saw it and found out about where all the inspiration came from. I think it’s absolutely breathtaking and it’s so amazing that so many generations have worked and are still working to get it done. I totally recommend you to go and see it and buy the full ticket because it’s so worth it, it’s like nothing I’ve ever seen before!
Then we went and see Manzana de la Discordia and Casa Milla, we didn’t visit any of them, just admired their beauty from the outside.Because we couldn’t visit Sagrada de la Familia, we had a lot of time left and decided to go to el Barri Gotic. I think this is my favorite area of Barcelona. It’s the old city center and it’s full of amazing architecture, restaurants, bars, boutiques, antique shops, unique art shops. It’s absolutely amazing and you can spent hours wandering around.
Plaça Reial is an amazing square, full of restaurants and there you can always find many amazing, talented artists, singers or dancers. I could literally spend an entire day watching them!
I was wearing:
Top :: Stradivarius c/o Kurtmann | Skirt :: Shein | Kimono :: Kurtmann | Shoes :: Adidas Stan Smith | Bag :: Lovelywholesale | Sunglasses :: ZeroUV | Watch :: Daniel Wellington ( You can get a 15% discount if you use the code pink-wish on Daniel Wellington website)
The next day we went straight to Parc de la Ciutadella, an amazing, amazing park that I absolutely loved!
Quite amazing, don’t you think?
Then we finally visited Sagrada Familia and I only managed to take a few photos, I only had my phone so the photos didn’t turned out so great because it was inside and it wasn’t enough light, but still:
Then, we headed to Port Vell and spent the entire day there, visiting everything around that area.
I was wearing:
Off shoulder top :: Shein | Skort :: Stradivarius | Shoes :: Adidas Stan Smith | Bag :: Lovelywholesale || Watch :: Daniel Wellington ( You can get a 15% discount if you use the code pink-wish on Daniel Wellington website) | Sunglasses :: ZeroUV
All photos are taken with my phone