|Playsuit - Zara, Rucksack- Primark, Jacket - Zara, Belt - Thrift, Shoes - Topshop|
The first day was raining, of course, so we took a short wander around, but didn't go far. We ate near our hotel on the first night, we were by the Museu de D'art Catalunya, and ate at a little tapas place called La Lola. It was lovely but my seafood paella was very salty so I wouldn't recommend it.
Day two was sunny and we visited Camp Nou to try and get tickets to the Barca match, unsuccessfully. We took the metro (Barcelona's incredible underground system) to La Rambla. While you need to be wary of pickpockets, it's amazing! Grabbed some drinks at a bar before hunting for a dinner spot. We ate at Egypite which isn't too far from Catalunya metro station, on your right as you head for the port. For 17 euros each we had starters, main courses, a drink, bread, and were even offered desserts. The food was absolutely lovely, so if you want to avoid tapas tapas tapas it's definitely somewhere to go! People always say Las Rambles is a tourist trap, but it was one of the best and cheapest meals I had!