Barcelona: A photo blog

For the last few months trade has been banned and I’ve mostly been writing about life in lockdown and the anxieties I’m going through. I think it’s time today to focus on some past trips and happier memories. So here are some photos from just under 48 hours in Barcelona.

The first thing we did was visit La Sagrada Familia. It’s one of the most breathtaking buildings I’ve ever seen.

As you can tell, we spent most of our time in and around the Sagrada Familia (I couldn’t get enough), but we did venture out a little to the gothic quarter and the pac de la ciutadella, so here are a few photos of “the rest” of Barcelona.

Hopefully the Sagrada Familia alone has sparked your interest in Barcelona. Someday, travel will be open again and we will be able to see all these amazing things with our own eyes, but until then, I’ll try to share more photos of my travels with you all. I feel so blessed so far to have seen so many countries in the two short years I’ve lived in Europe. I can’t wait to see more.

Until then, love from the farm.

3 Comments Add yours

  1. Great photos 👍 was suppose to go in a few weeks but obviously cant. Cant wait to rebook and experience it. Thanks for sharing


  2. ourcrossings says:

    We had a chance to visit Barcelona many years ago and I was surprised how much there is to see and do. If only we could travel, I wouldn’t mind going back again to see its famous sites. Thanks for sharing and have a good day 😀 Aiva


  3. PedroL says:

    Barcelona is one of those cities I’m never tired of going back 🙂 living in Lisbon is good because it’s not far and quite cheap, so these last times I went there just to relax, without feeling the obligation to go to the touristy places 🙂 stay safe and greetings from Portugal, PedroL


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