Top Things To Do In Barcelona Including Travel-guide, Attractions, Restaurants, Cheap Hotels, Good Places To Visit.
1.Visit the historic Barcelona Cathedral
2.The Picasso Museum
3.Visit the Sagrada Familia
4.Tour the modernist area of Sant Pau
5.Strolling down the Pamblas
6.Eating at the Boqueria Market
7.Tour the Gothic Quarter
8.Seeing a sunset from the Carmel Bunkers
9.Enjoy Park Guell
10.Visit the Casa Mila also known as La Pedrera
11.Take a bath on the beach of Barceloneta
12.Hallucinate at Casa Bat116
13.Tour the Montjuic mountain
14.Go up to the Montjuic cable car
15.The magic fountain of Montjuic
16.Tour the Spanish Village
17.Enjoy the Tibidabo mountain
18.Taking a free tour of Barcelona
19.Visit Camp Nou, the stadium of FC Barcelona
20.Visit the great Liceu theater
21.Relax in the Parque de la Ciudadela
22.Visit the Palau de la MUsica Catalana
23.Enjoy a brunch in Barcelona
24.Visiting the Barcelona History Museum
25.Walking the Paseo de Gracia
26.Plaza de Catalunya
27.The Pedralbes Monastery
28.Take a picture next to the Arc de Triomphe
29.Go up to the Colon viewpoint
30.Museu Nacional d'art de Catalunya MNAC
32.Getting lost in the Labyrinth of Horta
34.The Church of St. Mary of the Sea
35.If you have time, you can do an excursion or activity :
36.WHERE TO EAT IN BARCELONA
Located in the Gothic Quarter is this impressive 15th-century cathedral, with a 7( meter high neo-Gothic facade, where celebrities such as Infanta Cristina have married.
Inside, the almost 500-year-old organ, the crypt of Santa Eulalia, the impressive stained glass windows, and the main altar are worth seeing.
Entrance to the cathedral and the cloister is free, but access to the terraces and the cultural and tourist visit that gives access to all points has a cost.
More information and prices on the website of the Cathedral of Barcelona.
In the Gothic Quarter is the Picasso museum, the Malaga painter and sculptor who grew up and trained in Barcelona, he himself decided to open a museum dedicated to his work in the city and currently has more than 4000 works by the author.
The museum mainly exhibits works from his youth, from his formative years in Barcelona, and even some paintings that he drew when he was 9 years old.
As an outstanding work, you can see the series of 58 works of the personal interpretation of Las Meninas by Velazquez.
picasso museum, barcelona, spain
Despite not being finished yet (construction is expected to finish in 2026) it is the most visited monument in Barcelona.
We recommend you from things to do in Barcelona is to see the facade from the garden area of Plaza Gaudi, but you can also visit the inside and climb the 65-meter high towers.
Sagrada Familia, Barcelona, Spain
This enclosure has an area of several blocks and houses a large number of modernist buildings. It is a health institution dating from 1401, you can visit the premises and see the hospital room from 1920, the therapeutic gardens, and contemplate the modernist style buildings declared a World Heritage Site for their artistic beauty.
Sant Pau Barcelona
In Barcelona should be essential on your list of things to do in Barcelona, an icon of the city! They link the port with Plaza Cataluna and are practically entirely pedestrianized.
On the Pamblas you will find a lot of street art, markets, shops, kiosks and some historical buildings of the city.
They are also very close: the Gothic Quarter and the Boqueria Market. essential visits to see in Barcelona.
In addition to being a market where locals go every day to buy fresh products, is a must-see tourist attraction things to do in Barcelona.
It has more than 180 years of history and inside there are more than 300 stalls with fresh products of all kinds, as well as some bars where you can taste the local cuisine.
Another less crowded option is the 1845 Santa Caterina Market where you can also buy fresh produce and try local food.
Mercado de La Boqueria, Barcelona, Spain
The historic center of Barcelona is the oldest neighborhood in the city. It is made up of a mystery of medieval alleys where you will find a large number of things to do in Barcelona: restaurants, trendy bars, and pubs.
In addition to different very important tourist spots such as the Barcelona Cathedral, the History Museum, the Bishop's Bridge, and several churches, there are also political buildings such as the town hall and the Palau de la Generalitat, seat of the regional government.
You can take a guided tour of medieval Barcelona to get to know the Gothic Quarter in depth.
Gothic Quarter, Barcelona
One of the best views in the whole city is undoubtedly from the Carmel Bunkers, from there you can see all things to do in Barcelona.
You can get there by car, taxi or bus, in the latter you have to walk a bit. Access is free.
Bunkers del Carmel, Barcelona, España
Another of the most visited tourist attractions of things to do in Barcelona.
The park is the work of Gaudi and is declared a World Heritage Site for its uniqueness in its forms.
Look for the salamander on the dragon's staircase as soon as you enter, the hall of one hundred columns, or the Greek Theater that offers beautiful views of the park and Barcelona in the background.
We recommend that you book your entrance early because it is another of the most visited tourist spots in the city.
Park Guell, Barcelona, Spain
It gets its name from the shape of the facade similar to a quarry, it was Gaudi's last civil work and it was completed in 1912.
You can visit the interior and in fact more than a million people a year visit this historic building that is among the 10 most visited things to do in Barcelona in all of Spain, it has a shopping area, offices, an exhibition hall, and some neighbors also live.
During the visit, you can see the five floors between the roof, the attic (Espai Gaudfl, the period floor, the patios of Passeig de Gracia, and the main floor that was the residence of the Mila family and is currently the living room, building exhibitions.
It can be visited on your own and there is also a nightly guided tour with an audiovisual show on the roof and a glass of cava.
You can reserve the skip-the-line entrance to La Pedrera to save time and money because the prices at the box office have an increase of € 3.
The beach in the Barceloneta neighborhood is undoubtedly the best known of all, it is located a step away from the city center and can be reached by public transport or on foot.
Take advantage of the good climate of Barcelona to relax in a beach bar, enjoy the promenade or take a bath.
It is located on Passeig de Gracia and is another work of the architect Gaudi.
We recommend that you visit the interior, it blew us away. If you don't have much time, don't miss at least the spectacular facade made with the trencadis technique, which is achieved by joining small pieces of glass and ceramic.
At the entrance, they provide you with a Smart Guide, a mobile device with augmented reality that visually recreates life inside the house at the time. You have more info in the essential article of Barcelona.
Passeig de Gracia, Barcelona, Spain
Here you will find the famous and popular Montjuic Fountain, the National Art Museum of Catalonia, the Calatrava telecommunications tower, the Spanish town, and the Montjuic castle among others.
We talk about some of them in the following points.
Magic fountain of Montjuic, Plaça de Carles Buïgas, Barcelone, Espagne
One of the coolest ways to get to Montjuic is with the cable car, and there are also impressive views of the old port of Barcelona.
You can book your ticket in advance.
Montjuic, Barcelona, España
This spectacular fountain was built in 1929 for the international exhibition, it is located on the Montjuic mountain at the foot of the National Museum of Art of Catalonia.
It is one of the most visited monuments in the city, especially when the fountain is illuminated in a light show and water dance.
Built for the international exhibition in Barcelona in 1929, the idea was to concentrate in a single space the diversity of Spanish cultures at the same point.
There are more than 100 life-size buildings in the Spanish geography, it is not surprising that it is one of the most important points to see things to do in Barcelona with more than a million visitors a year.
Of course, it is an entertaining way to discover the different cultures and traditions of Spain, without leaving Barcelona.
On the Tibidabo mountain is the Temple of the Sacred Heart with a statue of Christ on the highest part and a viewpoint with spectacular views of things to do in Barcelona.
There is also the Tibidabo amusement park, the oldest in Spain.
The sunset from here is very beautiful, the entrance to the temple and the viewpoint are free.
You can get there by funicular or with the Tibibus, the bus that connects Tibidabo with Plaza Cataluna.
You can book tickets to the Tibidabo amusement park in advance.
Tibidabo, Barcelona, Spanje
Is one of the best ways to know all the history and curiosities of all the tourist spots are things to do in Barcelona.
If your visit coincides with a game you can go see Barca play, if not you can always visit the stadium.
During the visit, you will go through the Barca museum, the changing rooms, the stands, the press area ...
It can be visited on your own with an audio-guide or with a local guide and access to the grandstand.
Camp Nou, Barcelona
The great building of the opera in Barcelona, where the most important works are performed. It is Ao the oldest active theater in the city, the building dates from 1847.
Liceu, Barcelona, España
One of the most important things to do in Barcelona and visited parks, here you will find the impressive Monumental Waterfall, the Castle of the Three Dragons, and the Museum of Natural Sciences.
This green lung within the city of Barcelona is free and is located very close to the Arc de Triomphe.
Parque de la Ciudadela, Passeig de Picasso, Barcelona, España
The 1908 auditorium has an impressive facade and a large concert hall where great artists of world-renown have taken the stage. It is the only concert hall declared a World Heritage Site.
You can go to enjoy a concert or take a guided tour.
Make a stop on your list of things to do in Barcelona and have a good brunch.
In Barcelona you can find a lot of cool cafes to go to for breakfast or have a brunch:
If you are passionate about archaeological sites and would like to know more about Barcelona's past, is a must.
The museum was created in 1943 and preserves, studies, documents, and exhibits the historical heritage of things to do in Barcelona from its origins.
Composed of several medieval buildings and different excavations allow us to imagine life in the city since its foundation in Roman times.
barcelona history museum
Is undoubtedly one of the things you have to do in Barcelona.
One of the most important streets in the city that connects Plaza Catalunya with the Gracia neighborhood, there are modernist buildings from the 19th century such as Casa Mila, Casa Bat116, and Casa Fuster, among many others.
The flooring designed by Gaudi was originally intended for Casa BatlIO but finally ended up decorating this glamorous avenue.
The largest and most central square in the city. The junction point of Passeig de Gracia, Las Ramblas, and Eixample, the modern part of the city.
In the square there are several shopping centers and a lot of shops, making it a must on any visit to the city of Barcelona.
Many of the bus lines start the tour in this square, including the tourist bus.
Plaza de Catalunya
It is located a bit far from the city center, in this monastery from 1327 you can visit some treasures and exhibitions of murals of the time.
This arch was built as the main entrance to the Universal Exhibition of Barcelona in 1888 and has now become one of the most visited tourist spots in the city.
The neo-Mudejar style arch is 30 meters high and was designed by the architect Josep Vilaseca.
On the walk that connects the Arc de Triomphe with the Parque de la Ciudadela, you will find eight large bronze statues among which are the authors of the sculptures of the Arc de Triomphe. 4
Arc de Triomphe
At the end of the Rambla next to the old port of the city stands this 57-meter high monument in honor of Christopher Columbus. it was inaugurated in 1888 and can be taken by elevator to the top.
If you are passionate about art you have to visit this museum dedicated to Catalan art. The museum houses a large collection of paintings and sculptures from Gothic and Renaissance to modern art.
Museu Nacional d'Art de Catalunya, Parc de Montjuïc, Barcelona, Spain
It is located in Park Guell and the architect lived in it for almost 20 years, during the visit you can see the furniture and objects designed by Gaudi inside the house.
Book the skip-the-line entrance to Gaudrs house museum.
It is the oldest garden preserved in Barcelona. Many residents of the city escape for the weekend to relax and enjoy a day of relaxation.
In it there is a labyrinth that you can try to solve, if you manage to reach the center, the sculpture of Eros and some benches await you where you can relax.
Labyrinth of Horta
This building designed by Gaudi was one of the first large-scale projects carried out by the architect, the best of the building is found inside and on the terrace, where each fireplace has its own style.
During the visit, you can visit different rooms of the palace.
This fourteenth-century gothic church is located in the La Ribera neighborhood, it has become very popular for appearing in the television series " La Catedral del Mar ", which by the way is not a cathedral but a basilica.
If you look in the windows you can find the FC Barc%ona crest. From the terrace, you get very cool views of the city. Admission is free, but you can take a guided tour of La Catedral del Mar
Church of St. Mary of the Sea
These are some of the restaurants where we eat in Barcelona that we like the most or have been recommended to us, also some of the most legendary restaurants in the city.
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