14 Top-Rated Tourist Attractions in Barcelona

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Catalonia’s vibrant capital, Barcelona is a stunning city at the seaside that screams beauty. The city offers everything that is required for a traveller, gorgeous scenery, cultural attractions, favourable weather conditions and tasty cuisine. The city has an old-world ambience and is an obvious pick for modernist architectures. Stick to end, if you want to learn about the 14 must-visit tourist destinations in Barcelona.

Sagrada Familia

The unfinished minor basilica is considered as the most visited architectural destinations in Barcelona. The destination is famous for the breathtaking view it provides the visitors and is also declared as a UNESCO World Heritage site.

Parc de la Ciutadella

It was built in 1714, which is now a significant oasis of green in the city.


Travellers collecting panoramic reviews might love this l=place. It also consists of the highest mountain, 512 meters overlooking the city.


Palau Guell

Also called Palace Guell, it is an artistic building designed by Antoni Gaudi. It is one of the significant works of Gaudi and sets a beginner tone to other monuments and architectural buildings. The building was designed for the residence of a wealthy resident. It consists of a central hall, a lot of rooms, innovative use of designs for ample space and light in the room.

 La Rambla

La Rambla is considered as the city’s famous street, always bustling with activity. Sometimes it is also referred to as  La Ramblas as it a collection of various nearby streets that have a recognizable feel to it. The streets entertain lots of bars, street performers and fabulous restaurants

Parc Guëll

It is emblematic of Barcelona. Originally the entire area was supposed to be a residential area, but eventually, it was sold to Barcelona which was then turned into a park. The destination also contains the Salamander sculpture, alluring to the sore eyes.

Parc Guëll

Gothic Quarter

It is located in the centre of the city and is a must-visit if you’re a fan of old buildings and monuments.

Casa Mila

Also known as La Pedrera, it is another famous architectural work by Gaudi. Located in broad Paseo de Gracia, it is a pleasant visit as the building has a rustic appearance to it with unique architectural styles.


 Font Màgica

It is a magic fountain consisting of a central piece, accompanies by three other waterfalls. It is a must-visit for people who love watching water and music.

Camp Nou

Sports is one of Barcelona’s famous attractions. The stadium is a must-visit if you’re a fan of FC Barcelona, with the largest arena in the whole of Europe, it offers a spectacular view.


Although located 30min away from the city, it offers a spectacular view of a range of mountains. The place is also called the epitome of natural beauty and is a must-visit during any time of the year.

La Boqueria Market

With over 200 stalls in the entire arena, it is a heaven on earth for foodies. The colourful market offers all kinds of delicacies from cadies to seafood.

Museu Picasso

The place offers one of the most spectacular collections of paintings from the 20th-century Spanish artist Pablo Picasso. If you’re a fan of the city and the paintings, then this museum is a must-visit.

Barcelona Cathedral

This 14th-century church was built in the honour of St. Eulalia, who was killed by the Romans. The tall ornate church now even opens a gift shop for the visitors.


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