Your visit to the Spanish city of Barcelona must be well planned so you can make the most of your time there. When you return from your visit, we promise you’ll feel that you have spent an unforgettable holiday!
One of the biggest challenges when visiting Barcelona visiting all the attractions, as there are so many of them. That’s why we will talk about the best and most beautiful tourist attractions that should not be missed since your visit to Barcelona.
In Sagrada Familia or the Holy Church was left unfinished by Antoni Gaudi. At the top of any tourist map of Barcelona you will always find this fabulous church, designed by Antoni Gaudi in 1882. This unique and breathtaking construction is Barcelona’s most famous tourist attraction and the most visited attraction in Spain. It is also rated as one of the top attractions in the world and has 3 million visitors per year.
There are long queues all year round to visit the spectacular interior (you will need around 1-2 hours to see the interior), so we recommend buying tickets beforehand to avoid waiting, especially in the high season.
Montjuic, the magical dancing fountain, is an attraction that you simply cannot miss while in Barcelona. It was built in 1929 as one of the main attractions of the World Trade Fair in 1929, and is still one of the most famous places in Barcelona, with an estimated 2.5 million visitors annually. During winter, the fountain has water only in the evening and lights on Friday and Saturday. During summer, evening lights and music show take place from Thursday to Sunday. Access is free of charge throughout the year.
Note that sometimes due to exhibitions and events, access to the fountain can be closed. If you want to visit the Magic Fountain, take the metro to Espanya or the 55 bus. If you prefer to visit Barcelona by car, you can call a car rental company such as Ascar.
The Picasso Museum is the most famous museum in Barcelona. Born in Malaga in southern Spain, Pablo Picasso moved to Barcelona in 1895 and Picasso lived there until 1904. Picasso’s father was a professor of art and his son was already studying art in his years in Barcelona. Here he spent his early years as a young painter and here his works were first exhibited. Picasso’s most famous paintings were not painted while in Barcelona, but you can see here a unique collection of 4000 paintings and sketches. All these paintings show the genius of this artist, which is considered the most popular in the world.
Barcelona’s most famous street, it starts from Plaza Catalunya Central Square and ends at Columbus Monument on the same street. The street may not be as spectacular as any of the wonders of Barcelona but it is very enjoyable for anyone who likes to walk and enjoy the beauty of nature mixed with urbanization. La Rambla is also called Las Ramblas because different parts of the street have different names.
If there are no matches during your visit to Camp Nou, you can book tickets for an amazing tour of the stadium and the museum. Camp Nou and the Barcelona Museum are among the most popular attractions in Barcelona, attracting millions of visitors a year. The Camp Nou also has one of the largest Nike brand stores in Europe and is full of Barcelona products. Here you can buy original shirts and scarves with the club’s logo.