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    Turism Proyect VeróNica Turism Proyect VeróNica Presentation Transcript

    • BARCELONA LOVES ART
    • ........ Mis documentosMis imágenesrcin.jpg The Roman origins of Barcelona Barcelona's origins go back more than 2500 years when Phoenicians and Carthaginian ruler Amilcar Barca is often referred to as the origin of the name Barcino, later used by the Romans.
    • Languages spoken Catalan and Spanish Population in 2008 1,615,908
    • · Bus · Taxi · Airplane · Underground/tube · Ship · Bike(bicing) · Train · Streetcar/tram Transports
    • The historic centre
    • Barceloneta beach Tibidabo Sagrada Familia Parc Güell The most famous beach in the city is Barceloneta. Also have Maphre tower and Ars hotel . The Magic mountain. There is a cathedral and an atraction park . Was designed by Antonio Gaudí. Is one of the most attractive church.
    • THE BIG TASK
    • ITINERARY
      • We’ll start at ‘Catalunya’ Square at 12:00h. Here we can visit the historic centre: Ramblas, Cathedral, Gothic district, etc.
      • Our clock is now on 13:30h; time to eat but this zone is too expensive. We will take the underground from “Catalonia Place” to “Barceloneta”. Now we can enjoy a nice dinner near the beach and taste the spanish famous paella.
      • After dinner the walk throug the beach.
      • Our clock is now on 17:00h more or less, and it’s time to get a taxi to Güell park. It’s fabulous, like other Gaudí creations.
      • Now we are tired… too much walk today! We get the underground from here to our hotel, near Casa Batlló, in a famous street of the city named Passeig de Gràcia. Time to eat something and sleep.