Top 10 free attractions in Barcelona

Barcelona, ​​the city of the sun and architectural wonders can be visited almost free of charge in a few days. Here are the most interesting touristic attractions which are free of charge: 

  1. Walking on La Rambla – a generous boulevard with lots of attractions including the No. 2.
  2. Mercat de la Boqueria – the market for any South Mediterranean delicacies where you can find seafood, cheese, fruit, jam. It is located on La Rambla no 91.
  3. The Museum of History (MUHBA) has free entrance on Sunday, between 15-18. Ma-D, 10-19, D 10-18. Ticket price: EUR 7. Address: Plaça del Rei, 08002 Barcelona.
  4. The Picasso Museum can be visited free of charge on Thursday from 18-21: 30 & on the first Sunday of each month (9-19). Ma-D, 9-19, Thursday 9-21: 30. Ticket price: 12 / 6.5 EUR. Address: Carrer de Montcada 15-23.
  5. Admire the buildings of the famous architect Antoni Gaudi: Sagrada Familia & Casa Batllo (my favorite). If you are still on Paseig del Gracia, you can also see Casa Lleó Morera & Casa Amatller.
  6. The Montjuic Fountain built in 1929 at the World Exposition is on the hill of the same name. If you do not want to go uphill by foot, there is a funicular (12.7 EUR / person).
  7. Beach, sunbathing, promenade. The most famous beach is Barceloneta, it is easily reached by metro.
  8. Known for the elegant statues of Juan Miro, the Park of l’Escorxador (Abattoir Park) is on the Carrer de Tarragona.
  9. The Seu Cathedral has free entry in the morning and late afternoon. L-D, 8:30 -12: 30 & 17: 45-19: 30. Address: Pla de la Seu, 08002 Barcelona.
  10. Visit Plaça Reial and see the first works by Antoni Gaudi: Street Lamps.

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