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self guided tours in Spain

Self guided tours in Spain are the ideal way to see the attractions in Barcelona and other cities at your own leisurely pace. Whether you explore the cities by walking, bicycling or driving, there are many self guided tours in Spain that allow you to sometimes see much more than most escorted tours. The self guided tours in Barcelona will let you discover and visit many great places, such as local attractions, museums, cathedrals, Gaudi House and some of the most amazing restaurants in the area. You can also go on a self guided tour to Aiguestortes National Park.

Barcelona Attractions for Self Guided Tours in Spain

There are endless attractions in Barcelona that you don’t want to miss when you travel by self guided tours in Spain. Dive with the sharks at the L'Aquarium de Barcelona or spend an afternoon at the wavy building created by Antonio Gaudi's, which is known as the La Pedrera - Casa Mila. Plan to devote one full day with the family at the Barcelona Zoo and take in the numerous animal shows, plus see the zoo by way of the mini train. Don’t forget to add Barcelona's most famous Street Las Ramblas to the list of things to see during your self guided tours in Spain.

Best Restaurants to Eat at during Self Guided Tours in Spain

Barcelona has some of the finest recipes in the world, and the most expensive restaurants are not necessarily the ones that serve the best food. Three great restaurants to eat at in Barcelona while on self guided tours in Spain are; Fonda Gaig – for the traditional home cooked meals; El Quim – family run business known for their scrumptious traditional Catalan dishes and great hospitality; Passadís del Pep has no menu but they prepare a selection of superb tasting seafood dishes on a daily basis. Best of all, after enjoying a delicious dinner and the sun has set; watch the mesmerizing Magic Fountain of Montjuic light, music and water show for a perfect end to a great day.