We started on Friday night, once we arrived we could appreciate that all the streets were decorated with Christmas lights WONDERFUL!
Afterwards we went to have dinner to EL LOBO where you can find an incredible decoration. I highly recommend to have "berenjenas con miel" delicious!
Saturday morning we went to have a healthy breakfast to La Boqueria, wich is the typical spanish market that has become quite touristic: smoothies, juices, bakery, fruits, bombons...are the things you can find over there
And we found this!
Have a walk through El Born streets is what I enjoyed the most: nice shops, bistros and traditional building will make you fall in love with this neighborhood
We went to have meal to Luzia restaurant: you can find a traditional oven where they make delicious pizzas
Then we went to Paseo de Gracia. It makes me feel like in Champs Elysées. This is the place where you can find the best boutiques and also, one shop that we found amazing called vinçon.
At vinçon's you can find lots of things related to home decor, very useful cooking tools, toys to improve creativity, cool watches, cool stuff for your desk and so on. Buuut what's more important!: You can order online
We were very tired however, when it is about eating great food we do our best so, we had dinner at Negro y Rojo restaurant. The food is delicious and the staff is great. Definitely it was a good choice.
Next day was our last day and we could not leave without visiting La Sagrada Familia. It's said that it is going to be finished by 2028 so we will have to come back to see the final result. However, we already found it amazing and incredibly beautiful.
As we are from Madrid we want to see the sea whenever we have the possibility so we went to the harbor and we saw the best views of barcelona while eating at Pez vela restaurant http://grupotragaluz.com/eventos/pez-vela/
It was quite funny because we found out that all restaurants we visited were from the same group: grupo tragaluz But we didn't do that in propose!
So I hope you enjoyed this post as much as I did in BCN