Straight after Munich we flew to the very warm lands of Spain, Barcelona precisely. Although I've been here before, I had already seen many of its culture, but this time was different. We stayed in the midst of Catalonia, which is about 20 minutes away from the city centre. Catalonia is such a vibrant area of the city and I urge all of you to check it out if you're ever in Barcelona. During our stay there we managed to watch the giants 'FCB' play some football in there monument of a stadium labelled 'The Camp Nou' the stadium holds up to just under 100,000 people and stats 48 metres high. We also travelled to the top of Parc Guell where we were met with some amazing views of the city. The Park Güell is a public park system composed of gardens and architectonic elements located on Carmel Hill, in Barcelona, Catalonia. Another thing which is not to be missed in Barcelona is the work of Gaudi. From his awe-inspiring apartments to building sculptures, Gaudi is by far a master architect, and has inspired the whole of Spain with his work. We stayed in Barcelona for roughly two nights and managed to do as much as we could, its vibrant streets, cobblestoned alleyways are one to experience, also beware of pickpockets.