5 Great Day Trips from Barcelona | Spain Day Trips

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hello guys welcome to love his vacation YouTube's channel now I want to give you information about five great day trips from Barcelona number five Andorra la Vella and Dora la Vella or on Dora the city sits in a beautiful valley high in the Pyrenees between France and Spain officially recognized as the capital of Andorra in 1287 the settlement existed long before the Christian era about 33 percent of the residents are Catalan the largest group of the population tax havens have drawn many businesses and thanks to the city which had the Euro about 14 million tourists visit annually to take advantage of shopping deals visitors arrived by shuttle bus from Barcelona because railways cannot reach the city in its mountainous terrain number four d'aragona this seaside city of over 134 thousand about 80 kilometres 50 miles south of Barcelona is a gold mine of Roman ruins that includes an amphitheatre from the 2nd century Latin and Phoenician inscriptions label the stones of houses throughout the city city walls are from ancient times and an Old Palace of Augustus now called the house of Pilate is still standing along with the forum and the Tower of the scipios the tower may be a tomb but there is no proof the 12th century Cathedral and several other churches are of interest and the Town Hall is the former convent of the Dominicans the local seafood dishes are well worth of taste d'aragona Central Station is on the main train line between Barcelona and Alicante served by Urim Daniel restrains number 3 suggest this resort town about 20 miles south of Barcelona has 17 sandy beaches with eleven of them in town Sitges is a progressive town known for its counterculture trends even in the era of Franco sygyt has remained a major tourist resort since the 1970s it seems to be made for partying having plenty of night spots and a great number of hotels half rated 4 star dining can't help but be delicious on the Seacoast and sedges has its own sweet wine liquor called Malaysia made from local vineyards number two Montserrat Mountain the serrated mountain or Montserrat is the home of the Benedictine abbey Santa Maria de Montserrat this is also the location of the shrine to the black virgin in the publishing house with a press that has operated since 1499 the boys choir in the abbey performs a Gregorian chants and is one of the oldest boys choirs in Europe take the funicular of sant jeroni the highest point of Montserrat and look out over Catalonia many like to hike the peaks as well where the cable cars may be a bit daunting number one Dali Theatre and museum figueres home of Salvador Dali is the site of his museum established on the ruins of the town's theater that was destroyed in the Spanish Civil War the museum's quirky design of the reflection of Dolly's iconic style and many of the pieces are from his personal collection Dali is buried and equipped in the basement of the theatre ever present which seems like the kind of thing he might arrange just to be amusing the museum also contains work by El Greco in a Marcel Duchamp the high speed Ave train goes from Barcelona to P garrison under an hour a real convenience thank you for watching don't forget to Like comment and subscribe

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Tadeusz Szymański · July 31, 2019 at 9:55 am

Witam! Twój film zachęca do odwiedzenia tych miejsc. Super video, fajne ujęcia. Bardzo mi się podoba, wiec ,, like #24 + subskrypcja + nowy przyjaciel ". Pozdrawiam i zapraszam do odwiedzenia i subskrypcji mojego kanału.

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