Morning. Start your day with a visit to Park G ell, one of the most popular tourist attractions in Barcelona. The park is home to some of Gaud 's most stunning works, including the iconic multi-colored dragon fountain. After exploring the park, head over to the Gothic Quarter to see some of the city's oldest buildings and winding streets.
Afternoon. After a morning of sightseeing, stop for a leisurely lunch at La Boqueria, the city's most famous food market. Sample some of the freshest seafood, charcuterie, and produce in the city, and wash it down with a glass of local wine or a refreshing glass of sangria. After lunch, visit the Picasso Museum to see some of the artist's most famous works, including many from his time living in Barcelona.
Evening. End your day with a visit to the Magic Fountain of Montju c, a stunning display of light, water, and music that takes place in the evenings from Thursday to Sunday. After the show, head to El Xampanyet, a popular bar that serves cava, tapas, and other traditional Catalan dishes.
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