The buildings and architecture were stunning and I reckon give Paris a run for its money. (Sorry Grace)
I was on the lookout for Hotel Fuster in the famous Passeig de Gracia, as written about by Hels. However, I missed it as I was thoroughly distracted by some remarkable buildings, such as this one.
And this street lamp.
And these buildings.
Spanish architecture often seems to grasp an element of whimsy.
We alighted from the bus at Placa de Catalunya.
And here we are, a street where I am sure every visitor to Barcelona sees it at least once, La Rambla.
It was a little weird walking on this paving. It looked uneven.
While it has wonderful buildings too, the street is mostly lined with well known world wide stores and a lot of tourists walking up and down.
We headed into the market and found a quiet courtyard at the back where we had lunch.
Hare in the centre of the display case.
Once back on the bus, we headed towards the seaside.