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Tea time in Barcelona!

After strolling through the hustle and bustle of downtown Barcelona, go to the ฤŒaj Chai and enjoy some calmโ€ฆ This teahouse is a place where locals go and, usually, there are very few tourists. A good place when you want to avoid the craziness of touristic places! I went there once with a friend of mine who don't like a lot tea, and at the end, she loved the place and the tea (Red Fruit Ice Tea ?)! Bonus : If you fall in love with a specific tea, you can also buy it. Itโ€™s a little more expensive compared to other places, because they sell gourmet tea. But for a few drinks, itโ€™s affordable. My favorites ? - Chai Latte - Red Fruit Ice Tea Served with Indian pastries or ice creamโ€ฆ Simply delicious! ฤŒaj Chai Adress : Carrer de Sant Domรจnec del Call 12, 08002 Barcelona Tel : +34 933 019 592 https://cajchai.com/en/who-we-are/

3-day itinerary for anyone who wants to visit Barcelona!

We loved our two weeks in Barcelona so we created the perfect itinerary: see it here : https://lifeofnomads.com/perfect-3-day-barcelona-itinerary/ Day One: The blue pins on the map are the places youโ€™ll visit on Day One. Hereโ€™s a short list: Sagrada Familia Ayre Hotel Rosellon Rooftop Arc de Triomf & Ciutedalla Park Palau de la Musica La Rambla Mercat de la Boqueria Gothic Quarter Arume Restaurant Day Two: Bunkers del Carmel Tibidabo Amusement Park Park Gรผell Casa Milร  Casa Batllรณ El Nacional Catedral de Barcelona Xurreria Manuel San Romรกn Placa Reial Sensi Bistro Restaurant Paradiso Speakeasy Pacha Barcelona W Barcelona Day 3: Barceloneta Beach Carrer de Blai Montjuic Castle Museo Nacional dโ€™Art de Catalunya Magic Fountain Martinez Restaurant

What were 3 things you liked the most during your trip to Barcelona that you would recommend doing?

1) Eating tapasโ€”Patatas Bravas are LIFE. 2) Taking a Sunday stroll down Passeig de Sant Joan to Park de la Ciutadella. 3) Getting ice cream at Farggi and walking along the boardwalk and beach at sunset.

Paella Cooking Class in Barcelona

The best thing we did during the two weeks in Barcelona was this paella cooking class. It felt authentic and we met so many tourists and natives. We learned how to cook a traditional paella. Not only did we learn how to cook, we learned how to buy fresh high quality seafood. We also learned how to cut the freshest vegetables and use the fresh spices to cook an authentic paella. It was easy but time consuming. Totally worth it!

Do we need to book tickets online to visit Sagrada Familia in Barcelona? I've heard it can be pretty packed...

We visited Sagrada Familia last time and definitely recommend getting tickets in advance! They time the tickets out so itโ€™s never insanely crowded inside at once. Highly recommend checking out the audio tour because you get to learn so much about the details in the architecture!