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WORLD ROUTES Barcelona C


atalan capital Barcelona is a colourful, cosmopolitan treat – making it the perfect meeting place for World


Routes’ global delegation. Perhaps the most well-known of the


city’s must-see sites are the numerous works created by Modernist architect and artist Antoni Gaudí, seven of which are now listed as UNESCO World Heritage sites. These include the Sagrada Família


cathedral, which is still under construction; the multi-coloured mosaics of Park Güell; and Casa Batlló, with its strange skeletal exterior. History buffs will love the Gothic splendour of Barcelona’s Cathedral of the Holy Cross and Saint Eulalia and the imposing Church of Santa Maria del Mar,


Top Tourist Attractions


5 Sagrada Familia Barceloneta beach Elisabets Beloved by locals for its Camp Nou


authentic home-cooked classics, Elisabets serves the kind of food any Spanish grandmother would be proud of. Suckling pig and huge, comforting stews are a speciality.


Carrer d’Elisabets, Barcelona Dry Martini


This legendary English-style


cocktail lounge is the very essence of louche living. Jazz, soul and easy listening play as a digital counter adds up all the martinis


Gaudi lizard, Parc Guell


to have been served here since it opened in 1971. Aribau, 162, Barcelona


El Xampanyet Catedral de Barcelona 142 ISSUE 5 ROUTES NEWS 2017 routesonline.com


This tiny Cava bar opposite the Picasso Museum in the El Born district is a Barcelona institution. The cool, tiled interior packed with antiques – and huge sparkling wine collection – make it a great place to hang out. Carrer de Montcada, 22, Barcelona


which dates back to 1383. The streets around the cathedral, known as Barrio Gotico, are some of the oldest in the city and are packed with quirky and interesting stores. For a more modern look at the world,


don’t miss the Picasso Museum, which is dedicated to the life and works of Spain’s most important artist. Alternatively, take time to stroll


Barceloneta beach where you can swim too, while FC Barcelona’s famous Camp Nou stadium and its museum is also worth a visit for any football fan. Routes delegates can join complimentary walking tours of the city to discover more.


• For full details visit the World Routes 2017 section of routesonline.com


Quimet i Quimet For traditional tapas look no


further than Quimet i Quimet. Packed with dusty bottles of wine and even more customers,


it’s generally standing room only. The “montaditos”, sculpted tapas on bread, are among the best available anywhere.


Carrer del Poeta Cabanyes, 25 Alkimia


With its avante-garde interior and Michelin-starred menu, Alkimia is a must-visit restaurant for anyone who loves their food with a side order of style. The


contemporary dishes are shown off best on the tasting menu. Ronda San Antoni 41, Barcelona





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