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Things to see in Barcelona

Things to see in Barcelona? Looking for places to visit in Barcelona? Then you’ve come to the right website! Spain’s third largest city is full of beautiful sights. From Barcelona’s Sagrada Familia to Camp Nou, and from Park Güell to Montserrat. You can find it all in Barcelona. We have listed the most beautiful, special and popular sights of Barcelona for you.

Things to see in Barcelona:

1. Sagrada Familia Barcelona - Most popular!

The Sagrada Familia in Barcelona is one of Barcelona’s most famous landmarks. The Sagrada Familia is always under construction, as it depends on donations for further construction. It is highly recommended to visit the Sagrada Familia when you are in Barcelona.

€26.-

Buy a ticket with access to the towers for breathtaking views of the city.

Monday – 09:00 tot 20:00

Tuesday – 09:00 tot 20:00

Wednesday – 09:00 tot 20:00

Thursday – 09:00 tot 20:00

Friday – 09:00 tot 20:00

Saturday – 09:00 tot 20:00

Sunday – 09:00 tot 20:00

2. Park Güell – Sightseeing Barcelona

Park Güell is a park in the city of Barcelona. It is beautifully landscaped with typical mosaic tiles and bright colors. The winding paths and unusual buildings make Park Güell one of the most beautiful sights in Barcelona.

€13.-

Have a picnic in the park and enjoy the Spanish atmosphere.

Monday – 09:00 tot 19:30

Tuesday – 09:00 tot 19:30

Wednesday – 09:00 tot 19:30

Thursday – 09:00 tot 19:30

Friday – 09:00 tot 19:30

Saturday – 09:00 tot 19:30

Sunday – 09:00 tot 19:30

3. Ramblas and Barcelona - Popular street

When you think of Barcelona, you think of the Ramblas. This 1,200-meter-long street through the city center is one of Barcelona’s most famous landmarks. It is incredibly busy with people, stores, street vendors and terraces. An absolute must when visiting the metropolis.

Watch your belongings carefully, many pickpockets are active on La Rambla.

Always open

4. Casa Batlló - Unique Spanish building

Casa Batlló is a unique Spanish building in the heart of Barcelona. The extraordinary sights designed by architect Antoni Gaudi is an eye-catcher from the year 1877. Casa Batlló is therefore not to be missed among the other buildings.

€35.-

Go to a performance on the rooftop terrace at night under the stars, a unique experience!

Monday – 09:00 tot 20:15

Tuesday – 09:00 tot 20:15

Wednesday – 09:00 tot 20:15

Thursday – 09:00 tot 20:15

Friday – 08:30 tot 20:15

Saturday – 08:30 tot 20:15

Sunday – 08:30 tot 20:15

5. Market Barcelona (La Boqueria) - Largest fresh market

The Market in Marcelona La Boqueria, is the largest fresh market in Spain. The fresh vegetables, fruits, fish, meat, nuts and seeds have made La Boqueria famous worldwide. The market is visited daily by many tourists and local Spaniards.

Visit one of the many restaurants at the market and come at the end of the day for a nice discount.

Monday – 08:00 tot 20:30

Tuesday – 08:00 tot 20:30

Wednesday – 08:00 tot 20:30

Thursday – 08:00 tot 20:30

Friday – 08:00 tot 20:30

Saturday – 08:00 tot 20:30

Sunday – Closed

6. Montserrat - Spectacular mountain

Montserrat is a spectacular mountain close to Barcelona. Located on the mountain you will find the Montserrat Monastery. This beautifully located monastery combined with the spectacular mountain, makes Montserrat one of the most beautiful sights in Barcelona.

Climb Montserrat by cable car.

Monday – 07:00 tot 20:00

Tuesday – 07:00 tot 20:00

Wednesday – 07:00 tot 20:00

Thursday – 07:00 tot 20:00

Friday – 07:00 tot 20:00

Saturday – 07:00 tot 20:00

Sunday – 07:00 tot 20:00

7. Montjuïc in Barcelona - Beautiful park

Montjuïc is Barcelona’s most famous mountain. Around this mountain there is a beautiful park built with fountains, a museum, palaces, pavilions, botanical gardens and exhibitions. A visit to Montjuïc park is therefore an absolute must when it comes to sightseeing in Barcelona.

Take the cable car to the top of the mountain for stunning views.

Always open

8. Casa Milà - Unique Spanish building

In addition to Casa Batlló, renowned architect Antoni Gaudi created another unique landmark in Barcelona, namely: Casa Milà. The apartment building is one of his most famous works with its striking wavy exterior walls.

€25.-

Buy tickets to visit in the evening and enjoy a glass of cava.

Monday – 09:00 tot 23:00

Tuesday – 09:00 tot 23:00

Wednesday – 09:00 tot 23:00

Thursday – 09:00 tot 23:00

Friday – 09:00 tot 23:00

Saturday – 09:00 tot 23:00

Sunday – 09:00 tot 23:00

9. Camp Nou - FC Barcelona stadium

Camp Nou is et largest soccer stadium in Europe and thus one of the most famous around the world. Camp Nou is the home of soccer club FC Barcelona and has 93,053 seats for fans. Camp Nou is one of Barcelona’s most popular attractions.

€28.-

Also visit an FC Barcelona match for a complete experience.

Monday – 10:00 tot 18:00

Tuesday – 10:00 tot 18:00

Wednesday – 10:00 tot 18:00

Thursday – 10:00 tot 18:00

Friday – 10:00 tot 18:00

Saturday – 10:00 tot 18:00

Sunday – 10:00 tot 15:00

10. Port Vell in Barcelona - Sightseeing Barcelona

Port Vell is the oldest part of Barcelona’s port and thus a special attraction of the city. You can feel the Spanish culture as you walk through Port Vell.

Combine it with a visit to the Rambla; the port is at the end of the famous street.

Always open

11. Poble Espanyol - The Spanish village

The Spanish village of Poble Espanyol, is an open-air museum exhibiting the architecture of Spain. It is hugely impressive and an absolute must-see when it comes to the sights of Barcelona.

€11,20

At the Arts and Crafts center, children can make their own souvenirs.

Monday – 10:00 tot 00:00

Tuesday – 10:00 tot 00:00

Wednesday – 10:00 tot 00:00

Thursday – 10:00 tot 00:00

Friday – 10:00 tot 00:00

Saturday – 10:00 tot 00:00

Sunday – 10:00 tot 00:00

12. Plaça Catalunya - Sightseeing Barcelona

Plaça Catalunya is Barcelona’s busiest square. In the heart of the center, this beautiful square is where buses, subways, cars, cabs, scooters and walkers from La Ramblas intersect.

Have a cup of coffee on the terrace at Café Zurich.

Always open

13. Palau de la música - Concert building Barcelona

The Palau de la Música Catalana is a concert building in Barcelona and was designed by Lluís Domènech i Montaner. The Palau de la música’s authentic archtecture makes it one of the city’s most beautiful sights.

€16.-

Also, visit the concert hall once during a performance for the ultimate experience.

Monday – 09:30 tot 15:30

Tuesday – 09:30 tot 15:30

Wednesday – 09:30 tot 15:30

Thursday – 09:30 tot 15:30

Friday – 09:30 tot 15:30

Saturday – 09:30 tot 15:30

Sunday – 09:30 tot 15:30

14. Casa Amatller - Sightseeing Barcelona

Casa Amatller is one of Barcelona’s landmarks. The modern building by famous architect Josep Puig i Cadafalch is a real eye-catcher of the city. It is located next to the Casa Batlló in the city center.

€15.-

Buy your tickets online and take advantage of a 15% discount.

Monday – Closed

Tuesday – Closed

Wednesday – Closed

Thursday – 11:00 tot 13:00, 17:00 tot 19:00

Friday – 11:00 tot 13:00, 17:00 tot 19:00

Saturday – 11:00 tot 14:00, 17:00 tot 19:00

Sunday – 11:00 tot 13:00

15. Botanical Gardens Barcelona - Jardí Botànic de Barcelona

The Jardí Botànic de Barcelona are the city’s botanical gardens. These gardens is located on the mountain famous Montjuïc mountain in Barcelona. The beautiful garden is full of Mediterranean plants from all over the world.

€5.-

Combine it with a visit to Montjuïc.

Monday – 10:00 tot 19:00

Tuesday – 10:00 tot 19:00

Wednesday – 10:00 tot 19:00

Thursday – 10:00 tot 19:00

Friday – 10:00 tot 19:00

Saturday – 10:00 tot 19:00

Sunday – 10:00 tot 19:00

Which sights in Barcelona will you visit? Will it be the Sagrada Familia? Camp Nou? Park Güell? Let us know so we can inspire even more people when it comes to sightseeing in Barcelona.

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