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If you're planning a solo trip to Barcelona, there are tons of things for you to do on your own.
In fact, there were so many things to do that I couldn't even fit everything I wanted to do on my recent trip
so I have a feeling I'll be back again to visit soon.
Here are my nine recommendations on things to do in Barcelona on a solo trip.
Number one - visit the famous Gaudi sites.
You can't leave Barcelona without visiting at least one Gaudi site like La Sagrada Família or Casa Battlo.
Antoni Gaudí is one of the world's greatest architects from Barcelona
and he created some amazing buildings in his lifetime. Most from the early 1900's.
La Sagrada Familia and Parc Güell are the most famous Gaudi sites in Barcelona
but my personal favorite was Casa Battlo because it wasn't as crowded as the other two.
Of course, all of Gaudi sites are absolutely amazing so make sure you check out at least one.
Number two - check out the Colorful Magic Fountain.
This event is free and usually begins the show around 9:00 p.m. from Thursday to Saturday
It depends on what season you're visiting Barcelona so make sure
you check out their website to see the current show times.
If you want a good spot, you'll have to go early.
I arrived 20 minutes before the show started and that site was already packed
with everyone in their positions to watch the fountain show.
The best spots will be more elevated areas like the overpass
or the steps in front of the National Palace.
Number three - eat at little restaurants in the alleys.
This sounds a little scary for solo female travelers but Barcelona is very safe.
I didn't feel like I was in danger at all.
Of course, use caution, but generally walking in the alleys of Barcelona is totally fine.
Especially during the day.
There are so many restaurants in Barcelona that it's a little overwhelming.
I found that some of the best food I had in the city were in little restaurants hidden away in the alleys.
the bigger restaurants and popular areas were also great
but I enjoy these tiny intimate restaurants a lot more.
Try El Ricon, Bar del Pla or Melic de Gotic.
Another restaurant that I really enjoyed that wasn't in the alley was Ciudad Condal.
Their filet tapas are to die for.
Number four - walk around Gothic Quarter and Born.
This was probably my favorite part of Barcelona.
I loved the tall, beautiful historic buildings
and walking through the little alleys.
Every corner I turned has some kind of charm to it and I couldn't stop taking pictures
and as I mentioned earlier, the restaurants in these alleys are the best too.
Number five - feed hundreds of pigeons at Placa de Catalunya.
I don't think I've ever seen so many pigeons in one place at one time.
I'm not sure why they all gather in this square but it's quite a sight to see.
Some pigeons even flew onto people's arms like they were pets.
They seemed to be more friendly than other pigeons I've seen and it was quite fun watching them.
Number six - take a stroll down Las Ramblas.
This pretty street goes on for miles
and it's a bustling area full of artisan shops, major brands, and restaurants.
Number seven - take an Airbnb Experience Photoshoot Tour.
I chose to do the photo shoot in Barcelona secret corners experience
and it was only me and one other person on this tour so it was very intimate.
I had a great time talking to our wonderful photographer
and learned a little bit more about Barcelona and its secret corners.
Plus, it was great to have someone take pictures of me since I was traveling solo.
Number eight - visit the beautiful Kiss Wall.
This was a pleasant surprise I found through the Airbnb Experience tour.
My tour guide knew some wonderful spots around the city and this was one of my favorite stops.
I love that the artist asked for locals to submit pictures in the newspaper and created a beautiful kissing mural.
Number nine - visit three countries and one day from Barcelona.
I know this sounds pretty ambitious but it's totally doable in 12 hours.
I booked this tour through viator.com and have such a wonderful time.
Our tour guide, Xavi, was very sweet, knowledgeable and accommodating.
I visited Baga in Spain, Ax-les-Thermes in France, and a couple of sites in Andorra.
I didn't even know Andorra was a country until I discovered this tour
and learned so much about each city and country.
I highly recommend it.
As you can see, there are plenty of things to do in Barcelona on a solo trip.
I had such a great time experiencing each and every one of these things in this wonderful city and beyond.
Of course, there are still plenty of other things you can do in Barcelona as there are so many things to do
but this gives you an idea of how much the city has to offer.
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