The beautiful city of Barcelona, capital of Catalonia (a Spain's province), is situated on the coast of the Mediterranean sea and bordered at either end by 2 river deltas. Barcelona is the second largest city in Spain after its capital city Madrid.
There are many places for shopping. You will be confused on what to see and where. La Rambla is a coastal pedestrian boulevard packed with buskers, living statues, mimes and itinerant salespeople selling everything from lottery tickets to luxury shopping barcelona.
Pavement stands and cafes selling craftwork, street actors surrounded by curious onlookers, a noisy bird market, Palau de la Virreina, a grand 18th-century rococo mansion, the Gran Teatre del Liceu, the famous 19th-century opera house- all of these are colorful components of La Rambla's mosaic. La Rambla ends at the lofty Monument a Colom (Monument to Columbus) and the harbor.
Barri Gotic – also called Gothic Quarter, it's the older portion of the city. Gothic Quarter is situated on the right-hand side of the La Rambla, it comprises a concentration of medieval tall Gothic buildings (14-15th century) on narrow cobbled streets and now is home to a lot of the town's nightlife.
La Sagrada Familia – La Sagrada Familia is one of the most well-known and magnificent ones of Barcelona's landmarks. The life's work of Barcelona's famous architect, Antoni Gaudi, the glorious spires of the unfinished cathedral imprint themselves boldly against the sky with swelling outlines inspired by the sacred mountain Montserrat.