Barcelona 2012 was my favourite holiday before this cruise. It was reaaaaally hot and really fun and there was lots of food and water and beach and I had a hotel room to myself and it was lovely. I was buzzing to go back for a day. We did the bus tour which was loads of fun, it just gets you where you need to be and tells you all of the must know historical info at the same time, which is great.
Parc Guell is a really great way to see the whole city from above, and you don't even really need to pay to get in; you can go pretty high up and see the paid-for part without actually paying. Just don't get sandwiches from the cafe at the entrance to the park, they're honestly not worth the three euros we paid for them.
La Sagrada Familia is also a great sight to see from the outside; I've never been in but it's honestly impressive enough from the outside. The great thing about the bus tour is also that it tells you everything you could ever need to know about Gaudi who designed both La Sagrada Familia and Parc Guell, which really puts it all into some context.
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