Barcelona, there is something to entertain every age group. If you are a food
lover, Barcelona has 20 Michelin stars. If you are a culture lover, the city
has inexhaustible events and beautiful pieces of architecture. Also a world-class nightlife, clean urban beaches & great shopping malls.
Let us explore the top things to do in Barcelona:
visit Barcelona, how is it possible to miss the Font Magica? It is the biggest
ornamental fountain found in Barcelona, Spain. Back in 1929, it was built for
It is much more than a simple fountain. This splendid fountain offers water
acrobatics provides a striking music display, and lights present an
eye-catching view as they generate over 50 hues and shades.
Montjuïc Magic Fountain is among one of the most visited tourist destinations.
Yet, this fountain always remains true to its name. When falling water drops
and beautiful patterns of lights are synchronized with music, it looks like a
breathtaking magic dance.
This fountain was considered a great success of the International Exhibition. This
masterpiece was designed by an engineer named Carles Buigas. Later in 1992, it
was restored of Barcelona Olympic Games to grab people of every age by its
Montjuïc's Magic Fountain is selected for the "Piromusical" every
year. "Piromusical" is a combo of laser show, music, and huge
firework display that is a closing event of La Mercè. This fountain operates on
the recycled water of Barcelona to save water.
Beach is among one of the best and a designated Blue Flag Beach in Spain. It is
set between Nova Icària and Mar Bella. It grabs the huge attention of visitors.
Besides the tourists, locals also visit it because of its magnificence,
ping-pong tables, tranquil shoreline, and volleyball courts. Areas with
exercise equipment, table tennis, beach volleyball, basketball hoop, and beach
football are some of the sites people pay attention to a lot.
are tons of things to have fun with here. You can enjoy a kitesurfing lesson,
take windsurfing and also kayak in the open sea. In addition, there are bicycle
parking areas, beach information points, and a children's games area. Even
Wi-Fi service is also available. This beach has something to offer for people
of every age group.
showers and restrooms are also available. Kiosks are seen selling ice cream
and food. Suppose they can not satisfy your cravings, no worries. You can head
to any of the restaurants of your choice nearby.
Güell is as whimsical as parks can be. This park was considered as the housing
community commissioned by Eusebi Güell. But this project was folded because the
land was incompatible with buildings. After this, Gaudi started modelling this
park after gardens of England and directed to build natural elements instead of
tearing the buildings down. This park has consisted of 12 palaces.
Güell covers an area of 42 acres. Numerous benches are spread throughout for
the visitors. Visitors find this park a lovely place to spend a whole day in
Barcelona. The beautiful architecture and its natural surroundings are
extremely lovable. Most people suggest taking part in guided tours to get
better knowledge about architecture in detail and the history of Park Güell.
recommend sparing some time to explore the trails of Park Güell. As the park is
built on the hill, you have to climb steep inclines and unpaved paths. This is
among one of the most visited spots in Barcelona and seldom is it not crowded.
Barcelona Tourism board reveals that only 2.4 per cent of locals visit the Park
Güell. The rest are international or national tourists.
This park is open the whole year, but the timing is changed according to the season.
The ticket to the Park Güell costs 8 euros (approximately $9.50) at the park
and 7 euros (roughly $8) online. Special discounts are available for seniors as
well as children.
Barcelona Design Museum
Design Museum is open since 2014, a research centre and premier museum for
decorative art, design, and fashion. Barcelona had been home to numerous
specialist museums since the 21st century is a city rich in decorative arts and
history. However, in the early 2000s, the Museu Tèxtil I d'Indumentària, the
Museu De Les Arts Decoratives, the Casa Bloc Apartment Museum, and the Cabinet
of Graphic Arts have merged one institution; the Barcelona Design Museum.
The vision behind this new institution was to bring under one roof the diverse
collections related to the world of design in Barcelona. At the same time, this
centre was conceived not only as a museum but also as a laboratory. Its goals
of further the understanding of the influence and role of design on society.
10,000 objects are in the permanent collection of this museum. It contains both
modern and historical artefacts. Some of these objects are dating as far back
as the 4th century. Thus, they make a connection between the present and past
of the city. In addition, they are playing a significant role in retracing the
history of decorative arts and design in the region.
museum harbours a documentation centre that offers access to a wide range of
repertories of books, journals, magazines, and catalogues from the whole world.
These included some of the most established literature from the graphic,
fashion design, and industrial. Also, the historical documents were placed in
the archives of the preexisting museums in Barcelona.
Barcelona's zoo was created in 1892. However, this is not just a zoo. It is an educational
centre for children and a biodiversity park as well. This zoo is located in the
heart of the city in the Parc de la Ciutadella. It is situated just at a
stone's throw distance from the Born district.
Barcelona's zoo is considered one of the most beautiful sites in Spain. It has open fences
and allows its visitors almost to touch the animals. This zoo houses about 300
different species of 2000 animals. Besides animals, it has plants of different
botanical varieties. It has flowers and plants of 332 different types and 1300
tree species. To sum up, it is a journey rich in nature and fauna that the
visitors make after visiting it.