As you’re all part of my photography journey, I of course want to share everything with you. Not just wedding photography, but everything else in between. This weeks blog post is all about my Barcelona travel photography. No clients, no couples, my travel photography is just for me. I hope you enjoy travelling with your camera as much as I do.

I love fitting in a city break throughout the year. Ignacio and I are so busy with different schedules that we can struggle to get a week off together. A city break is a great alternative, we get a few days off together to sightsee, wander, and eat! Barcelona is somewhere I’ve wanted to visit forever and it didn’t disappoint. It is just as beautiful as what everyone said it is. We did fit in a lot (thank you everyone for your wonderful travel suggestions!) I fell in love with the gothic quarter, we stayed within it. And although it was noisy, we were so central we could enjoy walks throughout the alley ways anytime of day and night.

Barcelona Travel Photography

On our first full day we travelled on one of the tourist buses and got to see a lot of tourist things from a far. We did hop off for a wander through Park Güell and to see Antoni Gaudí’’s house which had so many beautiful details and the views of the city were incredible. On our second day Ignacio found an amazing outdoor graffiti gallery, the art there was so beautiful and colourful! We stopped for quite some time taking photographs. We finished off our trip by visiting the Sagrada Família, the unfinished Catholic Church in Barcelona designed by Antoni Gaudí. The photographs really don’t do it justice. The detail on every spire is breathtaking. It’s one of those places you just have to see for yourself.

If you’re thinking of fitting in a city break, Barcelona is a must! It’s been on my list for a while, and I wish I’d visited it sooner. Where is your next city break going to be? I’d love to know where you’ll be travelling to. If you like my blogs, please visit the rest of my posts and of course let me know!

Graffiti Artists: Dina Saadi