The next day we started our morning with a walk towards Park Guell, its a huge park where you can spend a lot of time wandering around, beautiful view from the top most point of the park, there is a fee to get into a building inside the park, but its all right if you only wish to wander across the park, we fortunately also got to see a beautiful tap dance performance from a local band! This was something i really wanted to see. Its the Flamenco which is synonyms with Spain and it's a MUST see, it exists in many forms such as Toque (guitar), Cante (Song), Baile (Dance) and luckily i got to see all the versions in this trip.
If you are in Barcelona you HAVE to see Antonio Gaudi's astounding architecture, its every where around the city but there are quite striking ones which are world heritages sites too. La Sagrada Familia is one of the most amazing architectural beauty i have ever encountered. Its beauty is in its intricate details. It is still under construction since last 140 years and this somehow gives it quite an edge. We hung out around Sagrada Familia for quite sometime and adored its beauty.
Later in the after noon we walked down towards the city center for lunch, we reached La Ramblas which is supposed to be the busiest street in Barcelona, you will find an array of restaurants here and can indulge in scrumptious Spanish delicacies. We wanted a proper meal so went for a place serving Paella, you will also find many Wine and Tapas places around in La Ramblas. If you are in La Ramblas, do visit the Boqueria Mercat which is a farmer's market selling everything related to food, you can even eat there and buy the best quality of olives, cheeses, or anything else that you like. Just walking in La Ramblas from one end to another is like a story. We got to see many different structures, infact Casa Batlo is also located there but unfortunately we could not go inside as it was closed for construction.
You must also go around the narrow alleys of the Gothic quarters, a walk along these alleys will keep you surprised how they have restored everything so perfectly.