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Four Places in Barcelona You Should Not Miss When Participating in Barcelona Virtual Tours

If you have been dreaming of going to Barcelona and still could not go, a virtual tour of the city can let you take a peep at the wonders of the city. Given today’s global crisis, it’s great to know that you can see the Catalonian capital from your sofa. You can marvel at the major attractions of the city from your laptop screen through Barcelonian VR tours. With a click of a few buttons, you can explore the magnificent Sagrada Familiar Cathedral or visit the iconic Camp Nou stadium. Virtual tours can take you to the many wonderful places in Barcelona including the following:

The Museu Nacional d’Art de Catalunya 

If you love art, a virtual tour of The Museu Nacional d’Art de Catalunya something you should not miss. Tours will navigate the museum’s grand hallways to reveal the inspiring art. You can see the museum in high resolution through certain apps and platforms. Also, a virtual tour lets you visit the different areas of the museum from a bird’s eye view.

The Camp Nou

Every football fanatic dreams of being able to get inside the stadium of one of the greatest clubs in the world. Getting a virtual look at what’s inside of Camp Nou will let you check out the pitch, the VIP boxes, the bleachers, the locker rooms, the official store, and the FCB Museum. A multimedia audio guide and an exciting virtual reality experience make for a memorable tour of this fantastic stadium.

Barceloneta Beach

A visit to this breathtaking beach is a highlight to any trip to Barcelona. The long stretch of Mediterranean coastline offers a pristine, modern place to hang out in the summer. A virtual tour of this beach can let you see the beach from angles. And you can take your experience to the next level by sipping on some homemade sangria while you are at it. Also, the tour can let you check out nearby places such as the Las Ramblas and Bouqueria Market. 

Gothic Quarter

Barcelona’s historic Gothic Quarter is an area that stretches from La Rambla to Via Laietana. It is one of the most exciting places in the city to explore and it houses some of its most popular and iconic landmarks. Through your virtual tour, you can discover Parliament Square, Barcino, Barcelona Cathedral, and more. In addition, the Gothic Quarter is home to charming cafes and restaurants as well as squares where people can relax and unwind. 

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