August 10, 2017
Offering spectacular views of Barcelona from Spanish Civil War bunkers on top of Turo de la Rovira hill, a beautiful and popular place to watch both the sunset and sunrise. A great place for a picnic and for #selfies and photographs.
Our top tips: a bit of walking needed, wear comfortable shoes, take water, some benches in the park over the wooden bridge are shaded as it can be very hot.
The largest football stadium in Europe and home of Barcelona football club (Including players like Messi, Iniesta and Suarez), if there are no matches or events you can enjoy a full tour of Camp Nou, also home to one of the largest Nike stores in Europe.
Our top tips: tick if off your bucket list, unmissable for football fans, there is a stop on the hop on hop off bus.
Set atop Mount Tibidabo with a 360 degree magnificent panorama viewpoint for your #selfies and photographs, on a clear day you can pick out Montserrat and the Pyrenees.
Our top tips: use the Tibidabo stop on the hop on hop off bus tour. Take the elevator to the viewing platform.
This palatial hilltop museum has beautiful grounds, magic fountains and wonderful views across the City, plenty of choice for you to get snapping those #selfies and photographs.
Our top tips: the museum is closed Mondays (except on holidays), free admission with the Barcelona Card*
Barcelona’s olympic outdoor diving and swimming pool, used by Kylie Minogue as the location for her music video ‘Slow’, rated by The Guardian as the best in the world, has fabulous views over the city, a great alternative to the beach as it’s not crowded and perfect for #selfies and photos.
Our top tips: only open in July and August, limited sun beds so make sure you take a towel, drinks and snacks. The alternative Piscines Bernat picornell with two 50m pools (inside and open air) are open all year round.