Wanderlust Wednesday: Barcelona

I’ve been to Barcelona three times since I moved to Europe two years ago. I know. It’s a lot, right? Admittedly, once was for work, but I made sure there was lots of play — namely tapas eating and cava sipping — too. It’s also the only city in Spain I’ve seen. While there might be something wrong with that according to a few Spaniards I’ve encountered and I would love to see more of the country, Barcelona is all I know for now. From the cobblestoned lanes of the gothic quarter, to the sun-drenched beach under the Iberian sun, from the plates of jamón, paella and croquettes, to the abundant and inexpensive wine, you can probably gather why I love it so much.

15 photos that will make you want to visit Barcelona:

Gothic Quarter

Barcelona Tapas

Laneway

Barceloneta Beach

Gaudi

City View

Barcelona Church

Barcelona Tapas

Barcelona Beach Sculpture

Gothic Quarter, Barcelona

Gaudi Park

Barcelona Square

Barcelona Rooftop

Fort

For more travel inspiration on Barcelona you might like:

Where to Find Great Tapas in Barcelona

El Born: Barcelona’s Best Neighbourhood

An Afternoon at Barceloneta Beach

If you’re off to Barcelona soon, check out Nomadic Matt’s post on How to Spend 5 Days in Barcelona, which offers some great tips on what to see, eat and do.


Have you ever been to Barcelona? Leave a comment below or use the hashtag #wanderlust_wednesday on Instagram to share your experience with me!