An ideal starting point for any sightseeing tour of Barcelona is La Rambla. This lively thoroughfare leads from the Columbus monument near the port to the large Placa de Catalunya square.
It’s a place to see and be seen virtually 24 hours a day and filled with street entertainers and colourful stalls. Barcelona enjoys a relaxed café culture, and from springtime it’s warm enough to sit outside.
Recommend clients try churros, a sweet doughnut-like treat served with hot chocolate for dipping. Take in the views with a trip on the cable car that cuts across the city skyline and runs from the port to Montjuic hill and football-crazy passengers can visit Europe’s biggest football stadium FC Barcelona, or Barca as it’s popularly known.