Barcelona is a province full of fun, mystery and magic. There is a great variety of unique restaurants, bizarre museums, secret gardens and amazing activities. ¿Are you thinking of visiting Barcelona? We offer places and activities full of fun not to be missed. Book a hotel in Barcelona with us!
La Barceloneta is one of the first beaches in Barcelona so it gets crowded during the summer months. So we recommend activities such as Windsurfing or Kitesurfing. The beach bars are full of refreshing drinks for the hottest moments of the day. In the last hours of the day it is a good idea to relax while reading a good book. However, if you don't want bustle we recommend the beaches adjacent to the capital, such as the beach of Badalona, Gavá or Masnou.
¿Do you want to enjoy some of the most historic architectural buildings in the world? We recommend that you have a picnic at the Greek amphitheatre. It is an open-air theatre built in 1929 by Catalan architect Roman Raventós as part of Barcelona's 1929 international exhibition.
The labyrinth of Horta is the oldest park in Barcelona, designed by Marquis Joan D Antom Desvall together with the Italian architect Domenico Bagutti. The park comprises an 18th century neoclassical garden and a 19th century romantic garden. The park is best enjoyed in a group or on a romantic date.
Swimming lovers! If you have not yet reached the Olympic channel, we have to tell you that you still have a lot to know. Swimming, canoeing, kayaking, rowing and other water sports can be found here. There are also public showers and toilets. People with special needs have submersible wheelchairs, crane and volunteers available.
When it comes to fun-filled activities, we can't help but think of having one of the best views of the capital. Some of our favourite places are the Port Vell, the National Art Museum of Catalonia, the Turó de la Rovira, the Tibidabo and the Aigües road.
Although one of the most captivating buildings in the world is the Sagrada Familia Cathedral, few people know that the tomb of architect Antoni Gaudí is inside the Sagrada Familia Cathedral. We recommend you taking some photos of Barcelona's most famous building. You are allowed to climb to the highest point of the structure and take pictures of the spectacular views.