The city of Barcelona is known for the number of emblematic places to visit, both day and night.
If you plan to visit the big city and still do not know which routes to take, or which places to visit, this article is made for you.
Enter Park Güell
Because of the large influx of visitors, it can only be accessed with entrance. To know more about it visit the recents posts we published.
Go see the Sagrada Familia
One of the most visited monuments of the whole peninsula, even without being finished. Although we all associate it with the architect Gaudí, at first this work belonged to another.
Take a walk around Montjuïc
Although you can visit whatever time it is, at night you can see one of the most beautiful lights and water shows of its Magic Fountain. Walking or by cable car, climb up as you visit the castle, the Olympic Ring, which was the seat of the 1992 Olympics in which there is the Palau Sant Jordi.
Go to Tibidabo
From here, on the mountain, you can admire the spectacular views of the city and hop on some of the park’s attractions. At the top is the Expiatory Temple of the Sacred Heart.
Enter into the Boquería market
Here you can find from local products to products of the most exotic. If you are one of those who enjoy the food and like to taste, you will live here an authentic gastronomic experience.
Strolling along its beaches
It does not matter if it does not make good weather or it is not summer, you can always take a skateboard or bike ride along the Barceloneta promenade. And if it starts to roar your stomach, approach a restaurant and ask for a good paella, never disappoint.
Lost in the gothic quarter
It is the hippest neighborhood but where there are more bars and restaurants where you can have something at a good price. It is formed by a labyrinth of lost streets. So if you are one of those who do not like to get lost, we recommend taking with you a map or activated GPS.