After a few months of traipsing across Europe, fashion entrepreneur Camille Co is finally back in the Philippines. Her husband Joni Koro and daughter Sienna joined in on the trip, making it a full-fledged family vacation!
After spending some quality time with Joni's family in Finland, the trio then headed to Milan for shopping and some of Camille’s fashion events for work. In their European vacation, this jet-selling family’s final destination was in Barcelona, Spain. The bustling city is known for it's vibrant culture, stunning architecture, delicious cuisine, and even for it’s football team!
In a span of a few weeks, Camille Co's social media accounts like Instagram, TikTok, and YouTube have been filled with snippets of her travel life in Barcelona. Apart from her stylish outfits, she's shown us quite a number of interesting locations. With all the content she's graciously shown us, we're able to add these spots to our travel bucket list.
Here's a list of all the spots Camille Co visited in Barcelona, Spain, as seen on Instagram:
1. Barceloneta Beach
For daughter Sienna’s first ever beach experience, the family headed to Barceloneta beach, a beloved spot for its fun vibes and delicious restaurants.
2. Passeig de Gracia
This shopping street is one of Barcelona’s most luxurious areas. This Parisian-style boulevard contains a long list of brands, including designer labels.
3. Sagrada Família
Easily Barcelona’s most famous attraction is the Basílica de la Sagrada Família, an unfinished, gothic-style Roman Catholic church. It’s construction has been ongoing since 1882, and it remains to be one of most famous (and stunning) places in the world.
4. Ciutadella Park
To unwind, head to the idyllic parque de la ciutadella. It’s the city’s greenest oasis, perfect for spending time with family and friends. Camille and her family surely had a great time here by simply appreciating nature and, of course, each other's company!
5. Arc de Triomf
This majestic red arch is located at the Parc de la Ciutadella . Aside from learning about it's interesting history, it's also simply a beautiful attraction to appreciate (and take pictures of, too).
6. Passeig de Sant Joan
Compared to other bustling parts of Barcelona, Passeig Sant Joan is a more quiet neighborhood since it's lesser known by tourists and more familiar to the locals. It's considered a green promenande, filled with many beautiful walkways and interesting shops.
7. El Born District
El Born is the city’s oldest and most charming neighborhood. Apart from shopping, there are all sorts of activities to do here that are family friendly like museum tours and food trips. If you’re with your friends, the fun nightlife is also well-known too.
8. Royal Square
Plaça Reial is not only one of the most popular areas in the city for social gatherings, but also in terms of it's interesting history. Located at the Gothic Quarter, it's a beautiful, lively square that locals and tourists alike flock to.
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