Top 10 tourist attracions in Barcelona
We want to recommend a short guide featuring the most visited sights in Barcelona. Charming places in the city that are absolutely packed with tourists, but don’t let that put you off because they are definitely worth a visit.
1. Sagrada familia
We know you’re waiting for Sagrada Familia to be finished before you visit, but be realistic – that will never happen. No more excuses, if the Japanese revere it with so much faith, it must be something special. Now it’s time to be patient and find out if it was worth the wait. Judging by the ratings, we swear that you will say: yes!
2. Passeig de Gràcia
Paseo de Gracia is one of the major avenues in Barcelona, one of the most visited streets in Barcelona with a distinctive look and feel. We challenge you to take the Barcelona city tour bus and make new friends among the legion of tourists with their cameras and playing Where’s Wally in one of these Gaudí buildings Casa Batllo and Casa Milá. You’re guaranteed to have a good laugh!
3.- Las Rambla
Where can you find an eccentric painter, a gloomy mime, a lost tourist and a sweet elderly couple? A West Anderson movie isn’t the answer because we’re talking about one of the busiest street in Barcelona: Las Ramblas. Here you can enjoy gastronomic delights in the Boqueria Market or listen to talented tenors at the Liceu Opera House. The Rambla is a lot of Rambla!
Going down Las Ramblas, after greeting Columbus and arriving at Maremagnum you’ll immerse yourself in the Mediterranean sea and discover the mysteries of the deep sea! Jump right in!
5. Parque Güell
¡BINGO! You’ve just completed the route after visiting Gaudi’s monuments above. You almost have all of the Modernist passport stamps at this point! In this park you have to do two things: play hide and seek and take a great selfie with the wonderful city views in the background.
6. Gòtico i el Born quarters
Both neighbourhoods with their main photo-op at their respective cathedrals: the Barcelona Cathedral and Santa Maria del Mar. Cozy and intimate sites of the Barcelona. A mix of modernity and tradition that will take you back to the historic heart of the city.
7. Camp Nou museum
This is the place where you will find more tourists per square meter than anywhere else because it’s one of the most visited museums in the whole city. Here you will see the twenty-three Liga and five Champions League trophies that FC Barcelona has won over the years.
You can’t visit Barcelona and not see the place that consecrated this city worldwide over 20 years with he 1992 Olympic Games. You will see the the Lluis Companys Stadium beside the Museu Nacional d’Art de Catalunya along with Montjuic Castle and the Magic Fountain.
9. Pueblo Español
If you are a foreigner and you live in Barcelona, you have to take a stroll through el Pueblo Español. You’ll find a little corner of every Spanish city. Iconic pieces of the Spanish map with a festive atmosphere!
10. Parque Zoológico de Barcelona
The Zoo is one of the most visited places in the city. If you are old enough, you’ll remember that this place was the house of the most famous gorilla of all time, with King Kong’s permission: Snowflake.