This city can satisfy the most voracious culture and History lover! One of them is the History Museum of Barcelona, especially if you’re into medieval landmarks. But here’s a secret: if you like visiting museums some are free at Sundays after 3 pm like Museu Frederic Marès (another great option and less touristy).
The Magic Fountain
The Magic Fountain Show of Montjuic is well known in Barcelona and it’s also free! Every single day, this sensational show dazzles thousands of people with the combination of waterfalls and other small water features, lights and music! With 2600 liters of water per second, you’ll find it hard not to be “wowed”!
The Cathedral of Santa Cruz e Santa Eulália (aka, Barcelona’s Cathedral) is a Gothic landmark and the seat of Barcelona’s Archbishop. The free entrance in the morning and late afternoons invite you to enjoy the architecture of this wonderful 14th-century cathedral and its tall pillars. Amazing!
Barcelona’s beach is the place to relax and enjoy the warm waters of the Mediterranean Sea. Lots of restaurants, bars and hotels, this is the laid-back side of the city.
If you’re done with museums, cathedrals and other landmarks (and Barcelona has tons to offer), Barceloneta is the place to soak up the sun, take a stroll along the boardwalk and relax after a full sightseeing day! (Ok, you will have to pay for a drink if you seat in a bar, but the sunset in Barceloneta is something not to be missed)
Want to check out Barcelona’s street culture as well?! Warning: you WILL want to book your trip to Barcelona immediately!!!
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