Barcelona, Spain Walking Tour (4k Ultra HD 60fps) #Spain #travel

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We recorded this 4k ultra hd video during our trip to Barcelona, Spain on July 2020.
Located on the northeast coast of Spain, Barcelona is the capital and largest city of the autonomous community of Catalonia, as well as the country’s 2nd largest city.
Barcelona has a rich cultural heritage and is today an important cultural centre and a major tourist destination. Particularly renowned are the architectural works of Antoni Gaudí and Lluís Domènech i Montaner, which have been designated UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
Since 1450, it is home to the University of Barcelona, widely considered the most prestigious university in Spain. The city is known for hosting the 1992 Summer Olympics as well as world-class conferences and expositions and also many international sport tournaments.
Our guided walking tour is about 9.32 miles (15 km) long, starts at Rambla De Mar, ends at La Sagrada Familia and covers most attractions and historic sites of Barcelona.

Video Timeline Links:
00:00 – Barcelona, Spain Walking Tour Intro
00:41 – Rambla De Mar
04:42 – Columbus Monument
07:16 – La Rambla
13:07 – Güell Palace
14:53 – Royal Square
21:38 – La Boqueria Market
26:35 – Gothic Quarter
28:22 – Pine Tree Square (Plaça del Pi)
28:58 – Santa Maria del Pi Church
29:37 – St. Josep Oriol’s Square
34:21 – St. James’s Square
35:17 – Generalitat de Catalunya Palace
38:19 – St. Philip Neri Square
42:24 – Nova Square
43:11 – House of l’Ardiaca
44:13 – Barcelona Cathedral
46:47 – King’s Square (Plaza del Rey)
57:32 – St. Mary Square
58:11 – St. Mary of the Sea Cathedral
01:05:31 – Picasso Museum
01:11:07 – Castle of the Three Dragons
01:12:07 – Ciutadella Park
01:17:35 – Monumental Waterfall
01:29:39 – Arch of Triumph (Arco de Triunfo)
01:35:13 – St. Pere Square
01:36:00 – St. Pere Church
01:41:09 – Palace of Catalan Music
01:49:27 – Catalonia Square
01:52:17 – Passeig de Gràcia Bulevard
01:59:00 – Casa Lleó Morera
01:59:49 – Casa Amatller
02:00:33 – Casa Batlló
02:06:59 – Casa Milà
02:11:24 – Baron of Quadras Palace
02:13:08 – Casa Comalat
02:16:38 – Casa Terradas
02:23:18 – Mossèn Jacint Verdaguer Square
02:30:40 – La Sagrada Familia

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  1. wow, I remember watching a video of this same street a year ago with so many people you could barely walk. Hopefully when the world gets a better handle on the pandemic we will be able to travel again.

  2. Another fantastic video, really easy and relaxing to watch and very informative. love how you label the attractions with added information, but not too much that would distract from the video. You are my new go to walking tour specialist! Thank you.

  3. Wonderful tour of the city where I was born. You captured some of the best places and few that I haven't been to or seen. So sad to see so empty during these times but I know it will recover. Barcelona has so much to offer. Thank you!

  4. Beautifully filmed. I'm glad the photographer had this HOPEFULLY once in a lifetime experience of filming this magnificent city as she sleeps. How about you take the same walk in two years and see it thriving once again.

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