Barcelona is the capital of the autonomous region of Catalonia. It’s famous for its football stadium, Camp Nou, which is the biggest in Europe. But even if you are dying to visit the FC Barcelona’s football stadium, there’s a lot more to discover in Barcelona. We detail below some of the must-see places in the city.
Walk across Parque del Laberinto de Horta, or Plaza de Cataluña
In Parque del Laberinto de Horta you will be amazed by one of the best kept garden maze in Europe, which is also the oldest garden in Europe. Apart from exploring the gardens of Catalonia’s capital , you should visit its central square called as the autonomous region (Catalonia). At the square, we can admire one of the most monumental areas of Barcelona, as it takes 5000 square meters; a square where the people from Barcelona goes with their families, friends or coworkers.
Visit Barcelona’s zoo, Fuente Magica de Montjuic or Tibidabo
Apart from Laberinto de Horta and Plaza de Cataluña, you should also visit many more places in Barcelona. The zoo is the biggest one in Spain, where some unique species live surrounded by native vegetation: from penguins to giraffes, African animals and much more in Barcelona’s zoo.
There are also two magic places: Fuente Mágica de Montjuic, a must-see place where you can enjoy entertaining activities and the magic of its waters at night. Tibidabo amusement park is the second must-visit place at the top of Tibidabo’s mountain.
Stay at the best hotels
We detail you below two of the best hotels in Barcelona, that will pleasantly surprise you:
Both stand out for its elegant design, excellent location and high quality services, which will allow you to rest and enjoy calmly the city.