According to Whitworth, this video took 363 hours of work, including 78 hours of shooting and 179 hours of post production work…all whittled down to just over 2 minutes! It features Museu Nacional d’Art de Catalunya, Gran Teater del Liceu, Sagrada Familia, Museu D’Historia De Barcelona, Palau de la Musica, and Santa Maria del Pi. But whatever you’ve seen of these places before, here they take on an entirely different feel…almost otherworldly. Like a video game.
On the other hand, if you haven’t seen the highlights of the city, a Barcelona guide will be happy to show you around. A simple way to do it is with a Barcelona walking tour…certainly not at the pace featured in “Go! Barcelona” though. Guides around the world know that Barcelona is one of those “must-do” destinations, and what better way to do it than with a friendly, knowledgeable guide?
If you’re traveling to Barcelona, Spain for the first time, there are a couple of things to keep in mind: Catalan is the official language of the city, although Spanish is spoken everywhere. Also, Barcelona is not the Spain you might be envisioning: it’s a world of its own, and the Catalan lifestyle can be very unique. With all that said, enjoy! Barcelona is a magical place, and you’ll no doubt be inspired by this video to visit. Oh, and if you’re going there with the kids, here are 15 family-friendly things to do in the city.