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Things to Do in Barcelona

Here are some special tourist attractions in the Barcelona:
  • Enjoy the sight of the colourful fountain of Font Magica.
  • Weave in and out of the maze at Parc del Laberint d’Horta, Barcelona’s oldest park.
  • Take a guided tour of the cemetery in Montjuic and marvel at the intricate artwork on the tombs.
  • Visit the nearby Funeral Carriage Museum that has a fine collection of funeral hearses from all over the world.
  • Chill out at the beach quite literally, at Barcelona’s Ice Bar – a bar right by the beach sands, where the temperature is maintained at sub-zero levels and the drinks are served in glasses made of ice.
  • Enjoy a bit of deep sea fishing by hiring a mini-yacht and setting off on the Mediterranean.
  • Party on the high seas – The Barcelona Boat Party, that sets sail many times every week during the summer months offers you a chance to let you hair down and party away, Ibiza style.
  • Drive a Ferrari and race around an F1 Circuit and feel the adrenaline kick in at the Circuit de Catalunya, Barcelona’s very own Formula One race track.
  • Feast on mouth-watering Catalonian and Spanish dishes at a Tapas bar – the Spanish tradition of eating small dishes in combination as a main meal.
  • Watch the brilliant Barcelona Football club play a home match against their opponents at the Camp Nou stadium, and visit the museum to see some great exhibits.
  • Stroll along La Rambla and shop for souvenir trinkets as you admire the architecture and soak up the Catalonian atmosphere.
  • Visit the Palau Guell mansion, one of the earliest works of Antoni Gaudi and admire the art noveau that qualified it as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
  • Party hard at one of Barcelona’s famous nightclubs at Placa Reail.
  • Relax at one of the many world-famous beaches of Barcelona and watch time go by as you sip on a drink and listen to the music playing in the background.
Here are some special tourist attractions in the Barcelona:
  • Enjoy the sight of the colourful fountain of Font Magica.
  • Weave in and out of the maze <...

Free Things to Do In BARCELONA


  • Museums are not a source of knowledge, they are a great source of amusement too. Barcelona’s Picasso Museum (free entry after 3 pm on each Sunday), Museum of History of Barcelona, National Museum of Art of Catalonia (free entry on first Sundays), Born Culture Centre and Centre de Cultura Contemporania de Barcelona keep their door opens to tourists
  • Barcelona’s Gothic Quarter pays an ode to the city’s history. Every alley has a story to tell,...

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