I recently went on a long weekend trip to Barcelona to celebrate my boyfriends birthday and I loved it! I'd never been to Barcelona before but I did so much research before I went to find the best places to go.
Here's my style diary and go-to places in Barcelona, we found some amazing places.

Lunch at Copasetic - amazing food with lots of gluten free and vegan choices.
Park Guell - my favourite touristy place we visited!
Dinner at Elephant Lounge - the food and vibe here was perfect. We ended up staying there all night trying their different cocktails, definitely recommend if you're visiting Barcelona!

What I wore: Coat Zara  |  Top Zara  |  Jeans J Brand  |  Flatforms Adidas  |  Bracelet Miglio

Brunch at Flax & Kale - I fell in love with the interior here, especially the bathroom! The food was really nice healthy food with a huge selection of juices and shakes. If you like to eat good clean food, this is a great place to go in the centre of the City.
Cable Car - we did the cable car from the top of Montjuic and the cable car across the port, both give you great views but I would definitely recommend the one at Montjuic more.
Dinner at Negro/Rojo - I found this amazing restrauranbt online, the top floor (Negro) is European food  and the bottom floor (Rojo) is Japanese, of course we chose the floor with sushi but I would like to go back and try Negro because Rojo was so good!

What I wore: Coat Zara  |  Jeans Topshop  |  Flatforms Zara  |  Hat Poppy London |  Glasses Hook Ldn

Las Ramblas Market - one of the most famous markets in Barcelona and we were lucky enough to be staying right round the corner! We visited the market a few times while we were there, I loved the fresh fruit and juices.
We went shopping here there and everywhere around the City, we walked miles! But I managed to find this amazing perfume shop in one of the shopping centres. I was in there for ages smelling all the perfume, definitely worth a visit - Drops & You.

Basilica of the Sagrada Familia - amazing! A definite touristy must-see in Barcelona. Book your tickets online first, we did but the queues were huge for those who didn't.
Late lunch at Luzia - I saw this restaurant on a bloggers instagram who lives in Barcelona and I wasn't disappointed. I can't wait to go back and go for dinner because there was so much on the menu I could've eaten!
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