The next article in my Barcelona series is a throwback to my last trip to the city in 2015 with 2 of my best friends. Barcelona was the first city of our road trip (we went on to Valencia and Ibiza thereafter). Thank you to our Catalan friends, Ares, Aina and Claudia, for hosting us.
Here are my pictures from Barcelona, August 2015. They are all from a lovely afternoon atop Turó de la Rovira (aka Bunkers del Carmel) – quite possibly the best place to get a 360 view of Barcelona, and thankfully, not yet popular amongst tourist or locals.
For more Barcelona posts, check out:
Visiting Barcelona: Part One: Architecture
Visiting Barcelona: Part Two: No Tenim Por (We Are Not Afraid!) – surviving a terror attack
Visiting Barcelona: Part Three: La Sagrada Famila- the quintessential never-ending work
Visiting Barcelona: Part Four: Bcn in street art – Mobile photography from the Catalan capital
Visiting Barcelona: Part Six: This is not a photo opportunity: The pitfalls of excessive mainstream tourism in the Catalan capital