Top 10 places to visit in Barcelona
Know for its historic and modern art and architecture, Barcelona is a beautiful city to visit! Here are the top 10 landmarks you have to visit while you’re in town. 👇
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La Sagrada Familia
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You cannot go to Barcelona without visiting La Sagrada Familia. By far the most beautiful piece by Gaudí, this basilica is a detailed masterpiece that is still unfinished.
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Park Güell
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This park created by Gaudí, consists of mosaic covered sculptures, buildings, and the Gaudí museum. General ticket: 10€
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Casa Batlló
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Walk through this dragon-inspired apartment building designed by Gaudí. Many different events are held here and there are a handful of different experience packages you can participate in depending on what you enjoy!
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La Pedrera-Casa Milà
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Gaudi’s Catalan art nouveau period apartment building includes rooftop access with arches framing La Sagrada Familia. This building can be visited at any time of day depending on the ticket you purchase and frequently hosts exhibitions and concerts as well.
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Spotify Camp Nou
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The best time to visit Camp Nou would obviously be for a football game, however you are also able to experience stadium tours and visit their museum.
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Picasso Museum
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Full of Picasso’s most notable pieces, and a collection of other influential Spanish cubist’s works. Entry is free after 5pm every Thursdays.
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Moco Museum Barcelona
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Moco museum is a submersive experience with a wide variety of modern and contemporary art.
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Ciutadella Park
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The best park to walk around, have a picnic, and enjoy a sunny day. Open 10:00-22:30 every day of the week.
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Museu Nacional d'Art de Catalunya
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Catalonia’s National Art Museum is free for entry every Saturday from 3-8pm and the first Sunday of every month 10-3pm.
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MUHBA Turó de la Rovira
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The best sunset spot with a 360 degree view of Barcelona. Bring take out and a bottle of wine and take in the lights of the city from Sagrada Familia to the sea.
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Top 10 places to visit in Barcelona
Know for its historic and modern art and architecture, Barcelona is a beautiful city to visit! Here are the top 10 landmarks you have to visit while you’re in town. 👇
10 Places • 3 Saves • ago
Free
La Sagrada Familia
@monexplores
You cannot go to Barcelona without visiting La Sagrada Familia. By far the most beautiful piece by Gaudí, this basilica is a detailed masterpiece that is still unfinished.
Add to
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Park Güell
@monexplores
This park created by Gaudí, consists of mosaic covered sculptures, buildings, and the Gaudí museum. General ticket: 10€
Add to
Details
Casa Batlló
@monexplores
Walk through this dragon-inspired apartment building designed by Gaudí. Many different events are held here and there are a handful of different experience packages you can participate in depending on what you enjoy!
Add to
Details
La Pedrera-Casa Milà
@monexplores
Gaudi’s Catalan art nouveau period apartment building includes rooftop access with arches framing La Sagrada Familia. This building can be visited at any time of day depending on the ticket you purchase and frequently hosts exhibitions and concerts as well.
Add to
Details
Spotify Camp Nou
@monexplores
The best time to visit Camp Nou would obviously be for a football game, however you are also able to experience stadium tours and visit their museum.
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Details

Picasso Museum
@monexplores
Full of Picasso’s most notable pieces, and a collection of other influential Spanish cubist’s works. Entry is free after 5pm every Thursdays.
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Details
Moco Museum Barcelona
@monexplores
Moco museum is a submersive experience with a wide variety of modern and contemporary art.
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Details
Ciutadella Park
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The best park to walk around, have a picnic, and enjoy a sunny day. Open 10:00-22:30 every day of the week.
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Details
Museu Nacional d'Art de Catalunya
@monexplores
Catalonia’s National Art Museum is free for entry every Saturday from 3-8pm and the first Sunday of every month 10-3pm.
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Details
MUHBA Turó de la Rovira
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The best sunset spot with a 360 degree view of Barcelona. Bring take out and a bottle of wine and take in the lights of the city from Sagrada Familia to the sea.
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Details

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CURATED BY
22-year-old female traveler currently living in Vancouver, BC Canada. I have also lived in Japan, Czech Republic, and Spain. All my guides are created from personal experience, feel free to contact me personally for any questions you may have. Happy Travels! @monexplores on Instagram *profile photo & cover image are from my travels to Switzerland 29/195 🌐
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