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The capital of Catalonia, Spain’s second city – although don’t let the locals here you say that – is located on the Mediterranean surrounded by hills on all sides.  A busy and bustling place famous for La Ramblas, Gaudi’s La Sagrada Familia and the Nou Camp stadium – home to FC Barcelona, one of the world’s most iconic football clubs.

The city packs a punch in art galleries and shopping, and has a fabulous harbour area that was redeveloped during the Barcelona Olympics to offer restaurants, bars and nightlife to entertain you into the small hours.

You can even spend some time on the beach. The city has one just a ten minute walk from the city centre, so you can combine sightseeing, and culture, shopping with topping up your tan.

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