STUDENT: Ivonne Guadarrama Alatorre
Touchstone Level III-Tourism
Teacher’s Name: Ellie Duque
4 de febrero del 2011Barcelona is a city of fashion. Located in northeastern Spain, washed by the Mediterranean Sea has many interesting places to visit, as well as captivating nightlife. Whether you're looking for acultural holiday or prefer to enjoy a few days at the beach, this city is ideal.
Among the cultural monuments of Barcelona, include the church of the Sagrada Familia and the Guell Park, both designedby the famous architect Gaudí, and the mountain Montjuic, home to a wealth of museums and attractions like Las Fuentes de Montjuic, Poble Espanyol , Barcelona Teatre Musical, Mercat de les Flors, theTeatre Grec, the National Museum of Catalan Art and the new Botanical Garden.
Also, you should not miss the famous Rambla, one of the most visited places in Barcelona. Here we find artists, mimes,pet shops and florists, as well as a large number of bars where you can make rods and tapas.
The Olympic village and the seaside neighborhood of Barceloneta are also places that worth visiting.Completely transformed in 1992, the year in Barcelona hosted the Olympic Games, hosting several restaurants specializing in paella and seafood.
Barcelona has it all: shopping, parties, food, sun,beach, culture ... What more can you ask of a city?
Beautiful beaches overlooking the Mediterranean and its people are very friendly and cordial. In its streets, boulevards and squares are buildings andmonuments of taste and design.
This is the second largest city in Spain and has a very pleasant and interesting places and a lively nightlife and captivating.
Barcelona is a city that can beaccessed by air, land or water and has an extensive network of highways and railways as well as its international airport (El Prat) 15 km. the center.
Places to visit:
* Paseo de Gracia