50 Places to Visit in Barcelona, Tourist Places & Attractions
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Barcelona Tourist Places

Basilica of the Sagrada Familia, Gothic Quarter, The Font Mágica Fountain, Park Guell By Gaudi, Montjuic Hill, Picasso Museum and many more.

Places to visit in Barcelona delightfully surprise you at every turn as this vibrant capital of Catalonia is a splendid seaside city replete with breathtaking architecture, stupendous cultural attractions, and gorgeous scenery that make it a tempting destination. You can see one of the most unconventional churches of Europe, the spectacular Basílica de la Sagrada Família dominating the surroundings with its spindly towers. This under-construction dreamlike Art Nouveau Architecture by world-famous architect Antoni Gaudí, strikes visitors with its lavish exterior and opulent interior.

One of the iconic Barcelona places to visit has to be the Barri Gòtic (Gothic Quarter), a medieval cathedral that is a Gothic architecture masterpiece and is still the town center’s highest point. Wandering through the lovely maze of atmospheric alleyways and tapered cobblestone streets here, lets you discover a magical medieval world, free of traffic.

Some of the other Barcelona tourist places include - the UNESCO-listed Casa Milà, that is an avante-garde dwelling designed by Antoni Gaudí; the Palau de la Música Catalana -that is Europe’s only concert hall, illuminated during the day by natural sunlight, and the Parc Güell that is a whimsical, cheerful and surrealistic park, also designed by Antoni Gaudí.
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Basilica of the Sagrada Familia

Barcelona’s undisputed symbol, Basilica de la Sagrada Familia is one of the celebrated places to visit in Barcelona. You must visit this indisputable icon as it is architect Antoni Gaudí's jaw-dropping masterpiece besides being the most visited monument of the city.

The basilica is still undergoing construction but the outstanding features inside the expiatory church will stir you beyond measure. The sky-scraping towers of the church are visible from several points of the city. If you are an architecture aficionado, this unique modern temple, dating back to 1882, has to be on your list. The striking facades and towers of the church represent Jesus’s life phases: Passion, nativity and glory.

The altar’s apse is worth mentioning because it is within one of the seven crypts whose interior is adorned with Jesus's image and heads of the angels. The impressive columns are the outstanding features of the basilica as they are built with mediums of different hardness. You will be absolutely dazzled by the stairs of the basilica that go up on both sides, symbolizing the way between heaven and earth.

Location: Carrer de Mallorca, 401, 08013 Barcelona, Spain

Timing: 9:00 AM – 8:00 PM
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Gothic Quarter

The Gothic Quarter will take you back in time to 19th and 20th century Barcelona. Go for a stroll through the charming neighbourhood and wait for nightfall when the streets come alive with jazz clubs and bars.

Location: 
Mediterranean Seafront to Ronda de Sant Pere, Ciutat Vella, 08002 Barcelona Spain
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The Font Mágica Fountain

This stunning work of art is a sight to behold with its wonderful display of lights and water acrobatics. Built in 1929, the site takes on an even more amazing avatar at the annual firework show, Piromusical.

Location: 
Placa Carles Buigas 1, 08038 Barcelona Spain
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Park Guell By Gaudi

Park Guell is a world you won’t want to leave. With its whimsical design, colourful elements and gardens creating a lovely setting for relaxation, this UNESCO World Heritage Site also houses a museum that displays works by the park’s architect, Antoni Gaudi.

Location: 
Park Güell, Ctra. del Carmel, 23A, 08013 Barcelona, B, Spain

Timing: 9 am to 3 pm Only Saturday to Sunday
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Montjuic Hill

Another famous tourist hotspot, Montjuic Hill features many attractions that will keep you busy throughout the day. Cable cars, Montjuic Castle, gardens and pools are some of the sights to see. There’s also a museum dedicated to Catalan painter, Joan Miro.

Location: 
Carretera de Montjuic, 66, 08038 Barcelona Spain
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Picasso Museum

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Art aficionados absolutely cannot skip a visit to the Picasso Museum that houses over 4,000 works by the acclaimed Pablo Picasso. You can trace his works from his formative years through the later part of his life.

Location: 
Carrer de Montcada, 15-23, 08003 Barcelona, Spain

Timing: 10 am to 7 pm and Monday Closed

Price: 
€7–12
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Camp Nou Stadium

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FC Barcelona’s home stadium is a place you don’t want to miss on your visit. The biggest stadium in Spain, it can hold close to 100,000 spectators. It’s not just used for football but for concerts too.

Location: 
C. d'Arístides Maillol, 12, 08028 Barcelona, Spain
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Barcelona Cathedral

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The seat of Barcelona’s archbishop is a testament to the beauty of Catalan Gothic architecture. The cloister is incredibly idyllic with a fountain, pond and trees providing plenty of shade and room to relax.

Location: 
Pla de la Seu, s/n, 08002 Barcelona, Spain

Timing: 8 am to 7:30 pm
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Barcelona Zoo

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Komodo dragons, dwarf hippopotamuses, cheetahs – Barcelona Zoo is where you come to see these magnificent animals. It’s also home to flora like plum pine and ginkgo biloba. In addition, it has an aviary and aquarium.

Location: Parc de la Ciutadella, 08003 Barcelona, B, Spain

Timing: 10 am to 5:30 pm
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Poble Espanyol

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Get a feel for Iberian village life at the Poble Espanyol, an architectural museum with over 100 building reproductions built to full scale. You can watch artisans busy at work, marvel at contemporary art and take an audiovisual tour of installations.

Location: 
Av. Francesc Ferrer i Guàrdia, 13, 08038 Barcelona, Spain
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La Rambla Market

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La Rambla is a picturesque spot that reflects Catalan architecture and culture. The tree-lined street is dotted with pavement artists, hawkers and performers. The bustling tourist magnet also leads to La Boqueria Market.

Location: 
La Rambla, 91, 08001 Barcelona, Spain

Timing: 8 am to 8:30 pm and Sunday Closed
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La Boqueria Food Market

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Popular among locals and tourists alike, La Boqueria Market introduces visitors to a world of color, food and drink. There are several snacks and juice stalls that sell delicious refreshments to reenergize you during your tour.

Location: La Rambla, 91, 08001 Barcelona, Spain

Timing: 8 am to 8:30 pm and Sunady Closed
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Casa Batllo

Antoni Gaudi’s mastery of architecture shines again with Casa Batllo, a modernist building with fantastical elements that make it stand out instantly. Colourful masonry, eye-catching curves and coloured glass come together to create something out of a fairytale.

Location: 
Passeig de Gràcia, 43, 08007 Barcelona, Spain
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Montjuic Castle

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Head up to Montjuic Castle and you’ll be rewarded with beautiful views of Barcelona. The 17th fort is today a municipal facility and can be accessed by a cable car, metro and a gondola lift.

Location: Ctra. de Montjuïc, 66, 08038 Barcelona, Spain
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Casa Mila

Antoni Gaudi amazes again, this time with Casa Mila, a private residence and UNESCO World Heritage Site. It consists of two buildings with the roof adorned with skylights and chimneys. It’s also called La Pedrera or stone quarry in reference to its quarry-like facade.

Location: 
Passeig de Gràcia, 92, 08008 Barcelona, Spain

Timing: 9 am to 8 pm (Only Friday, Saturday And Sunday).
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Aquarium Barcelona

Enter an underwater world filled with marine animals and plant life at Aquarium Barcelona. It’s one of the most popular places to visit in Barcelona as it has a huge collection of animals (around 11,000) and is the only oceanarium in Europe.

Location: 
del Port Vell, Moll d'Espanya, s/n, 08039 Barcelona, B, Spain

Timing: 11 am to 7 pm (Only Saturday and Sunday)
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Montserrat

Spain’s first national park holds several wonders that you can’t afford to miss. The rocky mountain range offers great hiking opportunities and is also the site of the Virgin of Montserrat statue. Take the 7-minute Sant Joan funicular ride to see the Santa Maria de Montserrat Abbey and the countryside spread out below.

Location: 
08691, Barcelona, Spain
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Palau de la Musica Orfeo Catalana

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The Palau de la Musica Orfeo Catalana is a wonderful example of Catalan modernist architecture. The concert hall, also a UNESCO World Heritage Site, hosts several musical performances each year. Take a guided tour of the hall to appreciate the finer elements of art nouveau.

Location: 
Carrer Palau de la Musica, 4-6, 08003 Barcelona Spain
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Barceloneta Beach

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Barceloneta Beach has it all from public showers and sun loungers to lifeguards, sports facilities, restaurants and a children’s games area. It’s one of the best places to visit in Barcelona because there’s so much to do.
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Placa d’Espanya

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Placa d’Espanya is one of Barcelona’s largest and most popular squares. Several main roads intersect here and the square can get quite busy. The area is also the site of the Museu Nacional d'Art de Catalunya.

Location: 
Barcelona Spain
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FC Barcelona Museum

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Everyone knows Barcelona and football are like two sides of the same coin and FC Barcelona Museum showcases this love of the sport. Photos, trophies and an interactive wall let visitors immerse themselves into the club’s history.

Location: 
C. d'Arístides Maillol, s/n, 08028 Barcelona, Spain

Timing: 10 am to 6:30 pm and Sunday 10 am to 2:30 pm
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Santa Maria del Mar

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Catalan Gothic architecture is showcased in all its glory at Santa Maria del Mar, a 14th-century church that suffered through a fire and an earthquake. It’s known for its harmonious proportions and lack of religious imagery, the latter owing to a fire set by anarchists during the Spanish Civil War.

Location: 
Plaça de Santa Maria, 1, 08003 Barcelona, Spain

Timing: 9 am to 1 pm and 5 pm to 8:30 pm Everyday
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Barcelona Erotic Museum

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Certain to elicit a few gasps and flushed cheeks, the Museu de l’Eròtica de Barcelona is one of the top places to visit in Barcelona because there’s really nothing quite like it elsewhere! The collection houses erotic artefacts of the past and traces the history of eroticism.

Location: 
La Rambla, 96 bis, 08002 Barcelona, Spain

Timing: Open only Friday, Saturday and Sunday 12 pm to 8 pm
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Columns of the Temple of Augustus

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As you stroll through the Gothic Quarter, make your way to the four columns of the Temple of Augustus that date back to the Imperial Period. The 2,000-year-old columns give you a glimpse of the architectural style favoured by the Roman Empire.

Location: Carrer del Paradís, 10, 08002 Barcelona, Spain
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Barcelona Bosc Urbà

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Travellers who have a thirst for adventure of the adrenaline-pumping kind should head to Barcelona Bosc Urbà, an urban adventure park that has everything from bungee jumping to zip lining and even an electric unicycle.

Location: Parc del Forum, s/n, 08019 Barcelona, Spain
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Mirador - Collserola Tower

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Looking like something out of a sci-fi flick, the Collserola Tower is an instant eye-catcher with its steel frame structure seemingly suspended on a 38-meter mast. The observation deck provides a unique perspective of Barcelona.

Location: 
Ctra. de Vallvidrera al Tibidabo, S/N, 08017 Barcelona, Spain
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Visit Anella Olimpica

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Barcelona hosted the 1992 Summer Olympics at the Anella Olimpica, which today is a community space fitted with amenities that people can use. Nearby stands the Montjuic Communications Tower, a striking structure whose base features broken trencadis tiles similar to Antoni Gaudi’s mosaic technique.

Location: Carrer l'Estadi, 48, 08038 Barcelona, Spain

Timing: For Monday to Friday 8 am to 10:30 pm and Saturday to Sunday open 24 Hours.
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Botanical Garden of Barcelona

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When you tour Anella Olimpica, don’t miss a visit to the Botanical Garden of Barcelona that’s set close by in Montjuic Park. The gardens feature flora from the Mediterranean and you’re greeted with different plant life each season.
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Plateau Sant Felip Neri

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Moving back to the Gothic Quarter, the Plateau Sant Felip Neri is a small square with a dark past. It was bombed during the Spanish Civil War and 42 people lost their lives. Despite its grim history, the narrow streets, old buildings and small fountain in the centre are entirely captivating.

Location: 
Plaça de Sant Felip Neri, 08002 Barcelona, Spain

Timing: Opens 24 hours
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Maritime Museum

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The Maritime Museum follows the history of shipbuilding in Barcelona through paintings, instruments and weaponry. It’s set on the Barcelona Royal Shipyard at the base of Montjuic. Naval enthusiasts will enjoy studying the maritime heritage of this historic city.

Location: 
Av. de les Drassanes, s/n, 08001 Barcelona, Spain

Timing: 10 am to 7 pm
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Rock Climbing at Montserrat

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The bulbous facade of Montserrat allows for some very interesting multi-pitch rock climbing opportunities. Despite its crumbly appearance, the rock is solid and features numerous knobs and pockets.
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Mountain Biking at Collserola

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The mountain range of Collserola is a mountain biking paradise with guided and GPS self-guided options available. Novice and experienced bikers will find easy and difficult routes here. All you have to do is enquire and request.
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Bunkers of Carmel

They were once anti-aircraft defences in the Spanish Civil War, but, have today become one of the best viewpoints in Barcelona. The Bunkers of Carmel show the city in all its beauty and invite locals and tourists to sit down and appreciate what’s below.

Location: C. Maria Labernia s/n, 08032 Barcelona Spain
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Chocolate Museum

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An old barracks converted into a heaven for chocolate lovers, the Chocolate Museum or Museu de la Xocolata is one of the best places to visit in Barcelona. It showcases sculptures of the city’s iconic buildings, all in chocolate!

Location: Carrer del Comerç, 36, 08003 Barcelona, Spain

Timing: 10 am to 7 pm
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Kayaking at Costa Brava

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Catalonia’s coast of Costa Brava is a stretch of green and blue that invites you to explore. Kayaking is the best way to experience this side of the region and there are several rental services where you can pick up necessary gear.

Location: 
Barcelona, Spain
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La Festa Major de Gracia

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There’s nothing like a street party to set your mind and spirit on fire. La Festa Major de Gracia held in Gracia district transforms the streets into a festival of colours with streamers and artwork. The highlight of the party is a competition for the best-decorated street.

Location: 
Plaza del Sol, Barcelona, 08012, Spain
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Arc de Triomf

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The Arc de Triomf is one of the most popular places to visit in Barcelona. Built in 1888, it’s smaller than other triumphal arches and is a civil monument instead of a military one.

Location: 
Passeig de Lluís Companys, 08003 Barcelona, Spain

Timing: Opens 24 hours
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Parc de la Ciutadella

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Parc de la Ciutadella is a wonderful green space that provides the perfect escape from the busy city. The idyllic setting is home to a fountain, a lake and a zoological museum. Pack a picnic basket and lunch on the grassy lawn.

Location: 
Passeig de Picasso, 21, 08003 Barcelona, Spain

Timing: 10 am to 10:30 pm
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Modernist Buildings

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The Catalan modernism movement influenced the spheres of Catalan culture and there is evidence of this almost everywhere you look. The modernist buildings are the biggest examples.

Casa Mila, Casa Batllo, Palau de la Musica Orfeo Catalana and Sagrada Familia are some of the major sites to see but you also don’t want to miss out on Casa Amatller, Casa Vicens and Colònia Güell.

Location: Passeig de Gràcia, 96, 08008 Barcelona, Spain
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Tibidabo Amusement Park

One of the oldest functioning parks in the world and Spain’s longest-running, Tibidabo Amusement Park has many fun attractions to keep you entertained. Hurricane, The Hummingbirds, Giradabo and Plane are some of the rides to try.

Location: 
Plaça del Tibidabo, 3, 4, 08035 Barcelona, Spain

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Eclipse

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W Hotel Barcelona houses the very chic Eclipse Bar that not only offers delicious cocktails and food but gorgeous views of the Mediterranean Sea. Try the sushi fusion cuisine and pair it with your choice of martini or cava.

Location: 
Moll Oriental, 08039 Barcelona, Spain

Timing: Open only Saturday 6 pm to 10 pm
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1902 Cafe Modernista

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Catalan recipes are brought to the fore for all to savour at 1902 Cafe Modernista. The simple and wholesome fare is offered for breakfast, brunch, lunch, dinner and snacks so you can enjoy it any time of the day.

Location: 
Carrer de Sant Antoni Maria Claret, 167, 08025 Barcelona, Spain
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Disfrutar

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Disfrutar will leave your senses tingling as the menu is filled with experimental items that will make you want to sample more and more. The rustic interior ties in beautifully with the ambience which is relaxed and unpretentious.

Location: C. de Villarroel, 163, 08036 Barcelona, Spain

Timing: 1 pm to 3, 7 pm to 9:30 pm and Monday, Tuesday Closed
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La Pepita

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La Pepita is a lovely restaurant with a homely feel that you’ll settle right into. Pepitos steal the show here although there are other goodies you’ll want to tuck right into such as calamari and chicken croquettes.

Location: 
Carrer de Còrsega, 343, 08037 Barcelona, Spain

Timing: 1 pm to 5 pm and Tuesday Closed
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Lasarte

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This Michelin-starred restaurant is a gastronomical haven for anyone who loves fine dining. Squid tartare, Iberian cured ham, squid ink risotto and charcoal-grilled pigeon are some of the delicacies on offer.

Location: 
Carrer de Mallorca, 259, 08008 Barcelona, Spain

Timing: 1 pm to 5 pm and Monday Tuesday Closed
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Bar Marsella

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Old and full of character, Bar Marsella has been serving customers since 1820 and even Hemingway and Picasso are said to have been regulars here. Absinthe is a must-try here although be warned – it’s not a drink for the faint-hearted!

Location: 
Carrer de Sant Pau, 65, 08001 Barcelona, Spain

Timing: 6 pm to 1 am and Wednesday Closed
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ABaC Restaurant

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Another Michelin-starred establishment, ABaC Restaurant & Hotel is a boutique hotel that serves one gourmet delight after another. Duck rillette, game meats and Galician salmon are few of the items you need to try.

Location: Av. del Tibidabo, 1, 08022 Barcelona, Spain
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Abanik Bar

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Abanik Bar is a food lover’s paradise with its fusion menu of gourmet dishes at affordable prices. Burrata, Vietnamese spring rolls, tuna tataki and homemade cheesecakes are a few examples of what you can feast on.

Location: 
Carrer de Calàbria, 209, 08029 Barcelona, Spain

Timing: Open only Saturday and Sunday 1 pm to 3:30 pm
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Caelis Romain Fornell

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Michelin-starred restaurant, Caelis, serves up contemporary cuisine that you’ll want to indulge in time and again. Try the thistle mushroom, sea bass, caviar and beef tartare from the tasting menu. The Menu Caelis, meanwhile, offers delicious delights such as Iberian pork belly, hake fillet and fine cheese among others.

Location: 
Hotel Ohla, Via Laietana, 49, Gòtic, Barcelona, 08003
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  1. Which are the best beaches in Barcelona?

    1. Bogatell: Approximately 702 meters long, Bogatell Beach is one of the recreational Barcelona places to visit as there are ping-pong tables, football pitch and a volleyball court, all on the beach.     

    2. Barceloneta: One of the most popular Barcelona tourist places has to be the man-made Barceloneta beach. It used to be called the Hawaiian home because of its palm trees along the promenade, and gold pharaonic sands imported from Egypt. This beach epitomizes the city’s energy, throngs mojito vendors and sun-seekers during the scorching summers.

    3. Sant Sebastià: One of the most famous places to visit in Barcelona has to be the old and traditional beach of Sant Sebastià. You can sunbathe here on the sun loungers, play beach tennis and dine in any of the restaurants present in the hotel built here.

    4. Nova Icària: One of the most peaceful places to Visit in Barcelona has to be the Nova Icària beach, situated halfway along the seafront of the city. The beach boasts kids’ excited squeals as it offers a wide selection of sports facilities including everything from beach volleyball to table tennis.
  2. Which are the best things to do in Barcelona at night?

    1. See Magic fountain: Head to one of the magical Barcelona places to visit, the Font Màgica where you can witness the mystical water and light “Piromusical” show accompanied by lovely music in the evening.

    2. Admire the sensuous flamenco show: If you are a dance and music enthusiast then one of the iconic Barcelona places to visit is the Palacio del Flamenco. Here you can immerse yourself in the Spanish flamenco’s sensuous rhythms and marvel at the enthusiastic performances of the flamenco musicians, singers and dancers.

    3. Enjoy dinner with a medieval show: One of the marvelous Barcelona tourist places to visit at night is the Requesens Palace where you can enjoy a stunning medieval show of 3.50 hours and a 4-course scrumptious dinner.

    4. See the Sagrada Familia’s sights lit up: The Sagrada Familia looks awe-inspiring at any time of the day but at night it becomes one of the most astounding Barcelona tourist places to visit because it is bathed in golden lights after the sun goes down.
  3. How to reach Barcelona?

    By Flight: You can reach Barcelona via air as the Catalonian capital is well connected with most of the European destinations as well as other countries. You can easily board a direct flight from international airports of any country and reach the airports of Reus and Sabadell.

    By Road: Barcelona is well connected with many parts of Europe and Spain thus you can make it to the Catalonia city through intra-city or inter-city bus services. However, if you are coming from a non-European country, you have to reach via flights.

    By Train: Barcelona enjoys excellent connectivity with Europe and other parts of Spain. Thus, you can easily rail commute to the city via Barcelona França and Barcelona Sants railway stations. However, if you are coming from a non-European country, you have to reach via flights.
  4. What is the best time to visit Barcelona?

    May-June is the best time to visit Barcelona as you are saved from the super sticky and humid summertime. The May-June period offers balmy temperatures and there is a flurry of electrifying festivals that trumpet the summer’s advent. Hence May-June is the best time.
  5. How many days are enough for Barcelona?

    4-5 days in Barcelona are enough for Barcelona as you can view the main sights and make the most of the city’s authentic experiences. On day 1 you can visit the Poble Espanyol, La Rambla, and Gothic Quarter.

    On day 2 you can visit the Barcelona Zoo, Sagrada Familia and Park Guell. On day 3 you can visit Dali, Figueres and Girona. Keep the fourth and fifth day to visit Barcelona Aquarium, Montjuic Castle, and Camp Nou.

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