Few Things to Explore Barcelona More Than City

18 Jan Few Things to Explore Barcelona More Than City

Have you already visited all the main sights of Barcelona and now wondering what should you do next? If you want to step off from the beaten track to get into local rhythm or you just like to escape within the tourist crowd then here are few options for you for any weather or with any interest that you may have.

  1. Parc-Natural-de-Collserola

This natural park is mostly unknown and also underrated green spaces of Spain. However, it has many historical sites that are worth discovering but also you can enjoy the best views at night. This park is quite popular among joggers and cyclists, at the same time many nature lovers are also attracted to great views. If you visit after a rainstorm or during windy day then you can get very clear view.

  1. Bunkers-del-Carmel

From this place you can watch beautiful sun set. Bring your snacks and some drinks, and enjoy the magical moment at the time when the sun is retreating behind the mountains.

  1. Top of Tibidabo

In the Collserola-Natural-Park, Tibidabo is one of the highest mountains. There is a lovely church on its peak and also one of the very old amusement parks of the world. One can visit to its summit during night and then you can admire Barcelona from there. Many travellers go to the top and find out lots of historical sights and interesting spots.

  1. Get lost in El-Raval

You can stroll the streets of this Raval district, during the evenings as the area near the Museum-of-Contemporary-Art comes to life. From the rooftop of Barceló Raval hotel, you can see the impressive 360ᵒ view.

  1. Carretera-de-les-Aigües

This 10-km trail is very nice place for walking, running or biking at the same time enjoy beautiful views over the Barcelona. You can come during evening and enjoy the sunset.

  1. Museu-Nacional-d’Art-de-Catalunya

You can watch nice sunset from the top-stairs of the National-Art-Museum-of -Catalonia. With mountain backdrop, secret spots and gorgeous views completely free from any tourists.

  1. Delights of Gràcia district

As compared to other downtown area Gràcia is very quiet and also is extremely rewarding place for wandering. There are few eco stores and also few small specialty shops. Besides that, there are many beautiful streets and squares. Here you may relax and drink with a snack.

Plaça-del-Diamant is one of the iconic squares of this district. A novel was written about this place with same name which has made this place more prominent. The square itself is not very special, but an air-raid shelter over there from the Civil-War period and a special Portuguese bakery which is called Casa-Portuguesa are worth mentioning.

There is another square nearby known as Plaça-de-la-Virreina,. From the Verdi cinemas, it is not too far and they often screen many independent English films with Spanish subtitles.

  1. Live-music at the Jamboree

Most of the local people at Barcelona agree that, in spite of this place fully packed with so many visitors, Plaça Reial is now considered to be the home for the best live-music venue of the city.

  1. Enjoy Your Meal at the Bar-Bodega-l’Electricitat

If you want to eat any delicious and affordable lunch then you must visit to this spot. Despite this place is too far away however it is located at very convenient place just in-front of the famous Barceloneta Market, where you may not have seen much tourist there. The ensaladilla-de-cranc, which is a crab salad and also bombas, the fried potato-balls can be the best that you can try over here.

You can also visit http://www.tripindicator.com/barcelona-day-trips.html, in order to book your trip to Barcelona, and enjoy your holidays.

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