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Sunset Viewing Spots in Barcelona

TOP 1
Sagrada Familia
4.7/5
2,742 Reviews
Barcelona
2.1km from downtown
Churches and Cathedrals
Claire Fan
"[I have never seen a building with such a long construction cycle in China] The Sagrada Familia, the legacy of Gaudi, which started construction before 137, is still growing up in the sky, and it will grow for a hundred years. . ."

Reasons to Recommend: The Sagrada Familia is a prestigious tourist attraction and landmark in Barcelona. It is a stunning work by the great architect Antoni Gaudí, but was never completed. Donations keep construction going and it is due to be completed by 2026. Construction of the Nativity facade and basement has been taken over by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site. Climb up one of the tall spires of the church to enjoy a bird's eye view of Barcelona.

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TOP 2
Casa Mila
4.6/5
1,624 Reviews
Barcelona
1.5km from downtown
Featured Neighbourhood
二十画生JQK
"The roofs of the apartments are staggering, and the whole building is dynamic, like the rough sea. The building has no - one is right angle, which is also the biggest feature of Gaudi's work, because Gaudi believes that: "Straight lines belong to humans and curves belong to God." Barcelona Mila House (Casa Mila)• Attractions: Gracia Avenue, Eixample Extension, located in downtown Barcelona, Spain (Passeig de Gracia)to• Cultural information: The home of Zimila, as the name implies, is Mila's home, built between 1906-1912 years, located at the corner of Gracia Avenue, was the time the rich Pere • Mila (Pere Mila) asked Gaudi to design and remodel. Zi Antonio • The biggest feature of Gaudi's architecture is to imitate nature, and he expresses his love for nature in his own architecture. At the entrance of the Mila House, each visitor can collect a guide and can locate it automatically. According to the location of the visitor, the content of the guide will be different."

Reasons to Recommend: Casa Mila is located in the famous “Illa de la Discordia” in the heart of Barcelona. It is one of the masterpieces of the architect Antoni Gaudí. Its wave-shaped walls and chimney-topped rooftops are all emblematic of the building and the city it calls home. Casa Mila can be visited day or night. Visits in the day typically start from the famous roof terrace. If you prefer to take a trip at night, you can take the “Secrets of Casa Mila” night tour to learn obscure and interesting facts about the structure.

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TOP 3
Park Guell
4.5/5
1,476 Reviews
Barcelona
3.7km from downtown
UNESCO World Heritage-Cultural Site    
City Park
JQKABBQ
"Built in 1903, Guerre Park was designed to be a noble residential area embraced by the natural environment, attracting the city's new bourgeoisie and the great industrialists. Although Gordy the genius of the project has planned a wonderful and strange scheme for the residential area, the project cannot continue because of the responsible procedures of the land sale, the lack of supporting transportation facilities and the peculiarity of the residential area itself. The whole area became a park in 1914. In this fairytale park that seemed to be created for children, the most fascinating nature is the large platform overlooking the Mediterranean, with a circle of seats in a colorful patchwork of broken tiles that created a fascinating color effect. The halls beneath the platform were columned like forests, with stars visible from the top. The most popular group photo of the park is the spitting dragon at the entrance (many people think it is a dragon) The whole park architecture inherited Gaudi's style, all designs from nature. The most beautiful moment is when the sun is setting, watching the sun will be the whole city and the sea to plaster into a warm gold."

Reasons to Recommend: Park Güell is an artistic Garden of Eden outside paradise designed by the Catalan architect Antoni Gaudí. It is located on Carmel Hill in Barcelona. In addition to a variety of different forms of architecture, the park also has brightly colored mosaics in the shapes of different animals, such as colorful lizards guarding the gate. A visit to the park offers the opportunity to tour the former residence of Gaudí, located on the winding mountain road of Park Güell, where the architectural visionary lived a quiet life on the mountainside.

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TOP 4
Placa Espanya
4.5/5
271 Reviews
Barcelona
2.3km from downtown
Square
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"The Plaza de Espana was built in 1929 for the Ibero-American World Exposition. It is a typical example of the new Renaissance architecture of Spanish architecture, epitomized by the Moorish Revival. This is a huge 270-degree circular square, with a uniquely beautiful shape, with a gap facing Maria Louisa Park, surrounded by a semi-arc red brick building, with a main tower in the center and a subtower at both ends of the arc. Around the building group is a small artificial moat, built on several small bridges, the momentum is remarkable, the square around a ring of the river around the moat, there are many exquisite shape, beautiful bridges, the center of the square is a large fountain pool."
TOP 5
Barceloneta Beach
4.5/5
318 Reviews
Barcelona
1.7km from downtown
Beach
Kim~ Keep on EXPloring
"So lucky day. Today able to see sunset. 2 views at the same beach. One pink sea another side blue sea reflexion by sunset lighting."

Reasons to Recommend: Barceloneta Beach is one of the most welcoming beaches in Spain. There is a huge variety of restaurants and bars here and, in the summertime, attracts thousands of Barcelona beachgoers. This stretch of beach is located close to downtown Barcelona. As far as the eye can see, there are seafood restaurants, bars and gazebos. Visitors can stretch out on the warm sand, join in a game of soccer or volleyball and enjoy a dip in the ocean. After a feast of locally caught seafood, end your meal with some ice cream or a glass of beer.

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TOP 6
Las Ramblas
4.5/5
523 Reviews
Barcelona
490m from downtown
Featured Neighbourhood
Beach
二十画生JQK
"One of Spain's favorite cities - Barcelona. The Lambaro Boulevard is Barcelona's famous street, which can be spent an afternoon wandering around and around. Walk through the nearby path to see the Cathedral of Barcelona, typical Gothic architecture. Behind the cathedral, there is a "kissing wall" made of 4,000 ceramic photographs. This "wall kiss", created by artist Joan • Vonte Gubota in 2014, has become a new romantic spot in Barcelona, where many people leave a witness of love under the kiss wall. In the back alleys of Barcelona's old town, there is also a famous cafe. It is called Four Cats Coffee (4 Gats). It was started by artist Ramon • Cassas in 1897. The name of the store is from a Spanish proverb, meaning three or five people, usually used to describe places where few people visit. But if you come to the cafe, you'll know it's a very modest name! Because it's a Picasso's early café, he's held his first solo show, and even the first menu of the cafe was designed by the young Picasso."

Reasons to Recommend: Las Ramblas is a pedestrian boulevard in the heart of Barcelona, ​​connected to the Plaça de Catalunya in the city center and the Columbus Monument in the Old Port. It is one of Europe's famous boulevards. There are newspaper stands, flower shops, food stores, etc, right down both sides of the street, with fascinating palaces and monuments nearby. It is also a paradise for wanderers, where itinerant entertainers putting on all sorts of performances here, and a huge variety of "human statues" line the streets, attracting tourists from all over the world.

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TOP 7
Barcelona Cathedral
4.5/5
342 Reviews
Barcelona
263m from downtown
Churches and Cathedrals
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"The Cathedral of Barcelona is the main church of the city, it is now located on a modest street, there is no huge square in front, although it is the main church, but its fame is completely covered by another Sagrada Familia, not many visitors come to visit the card, More likely to be devout Christians, visitors interested in cultural history can come and see it, it has its own specialty. Its history compares to most of the buildings visited in Barcelona, the church built in the 13th and 15th centuries of Barcelona's heyday. It took 150 years to build and finish, and today we see three medieval churches. The neo-Gothic facade we see was built in the 19th century. So the various parts of the church are different in architectural styles, and are completely different from the cathedrals we have seen before."

Reasons to Recommend: The main body of Barcelona Cathedral is dominated by Gothic style, with slender lines as the main feature, and the dome and internal structure show neo-gothic style. Through the elevator on the dome of the church you can reach the top of the church and enjoy the sights of the old city of Barcelona. The worshippers of the various industrial guilds are enshrined in the prayer rooms of the cathedral cloister. The choir's seats, religious murals, sculptures and a variety of gold and silver instruments in the Saint Eulalia Chapel are gorgeous. In addition, the Eulalia virgin cemetery and the Lepando Christ prayer room deserve special attention.

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TOP 8
Castell de Montjuïc
4.4/5
136 Reviews
Barcelona
2.6km from downtown
Castle
203***96
"Montewitch Castle (Castillox Montjuich). Barcelona Spain & Montwitch Castle: The commanding height of Monttwitch Mountains gives a panoramic view of the harbor and the city. The castle was first built in 1640 but was destroyed by Philip V in 1705. On its ruins the present Bourbon dynasties military fortress was built, occupied by Napoleon during the Revolutionary War and served as a prison during the Civil War. Montjuic Castle witnessed many social movements that suppressed Barcelona and Catalonia. The castle is now converted into a military museum."

Reasons to Recommend: Montjuïc Castle is a large fortress located on the top of Montjuïc hill in Barcelona, Spain. The castle was built in the seventeenth century to hold political prisoners, a role which continued until the late twentieth century. In the Spanish imagination the castle is a symbol of oppression and evil, an image stemming from its use as a torture and execution center during the Spanish Civil War. At present, the building houses a military museum, but plans exist to transform it into a museum celebrating international peace.

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TOP 9
Columbus Monument
4.3/5
316 Reviews
Barcelona
1.1km from downtown
Monument
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"The Columbus Monument is a monument in Barcelona, Spain, 60 meters high, commemorating Christopher • Columbus. It is located at the southeast end of Lambra Avenue, at the place where Columbus returned to Spain after his first voyage to America. The monument reminds people that Barcelona is where Christopher • Columbus reported to Isabella I and Ferdinand II after the most famous voyage. Meanwhile, the Columbus statue at the top of the monument is the only one in Spain that does not point toward the American continent. Instead, the Columbus finger on the top is directed toward the northern African country of Algeria. This sculpture of Christopher • Columbus is located in the center of Plaza de la Paz (Peace Square) in Barcelona. The monument was designed by the architect Gaieta Buigas and was built in 1888 at the end of Las Ramblas Avenue and is also part of the Barcelona World Expo."

Reasons to Recommend: Constructed for the 1888 exposition, the Columbus Monument in Barcelona is a significant landmark of the city and commemorates the location where Christopher Columbus was greeted by King Ferdinand and Queen Isabella on his return from his first journey to America. This 197 foot cast-iron monument was sculpted by Rafael Atche. It is said to depict Columbus pointing out land upon reaching the Americas. The statue which houses an elevator in its column, offers you the chance to view the city from a viewing platform located in the sphere under the statue's feet.

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TOP 10
Port Vell
4.3/5
103 Reviews
Barcelona
1.3km from downtown
Port/Bay
pan***he
"The famous port of Barcelona, Spain, we wandered around the dock, just met the sailing boat to pass, the bridge opened, it is very interesting. The port blue sky and white clouds, the sailing boats, roadside also met a lot of stalls, it seems to be ready to make a fortune."
TOP 11
Port Olímpic
4.4/5
146 Reviews
Barcelona
2.2km from downtown
Beach
suifeng2019
"A little ahead of the Columbus Monument is the Olympic Harbor, where the sea breeze is slowly, the blue waves are rippling, it is a pleasant place. The seagulls in the harbor are especially large, not afraid of people, flying leisurely."

Reasons to Recommend: Originally built for the maritime events of the 1992 Olympics, this attractive esplanade is a seaside urban oasis. Unique sculptures, including Frank Ghery’s golden fish sculpture; Piex, populate the area and give it added character. This is also a great place to find upscale restaurants and trendy bars.

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TOP 12
Parc de Montjuic
4.4/5
107 Reviews
Barcelona
2.4km from downtown
City Park
Karen晓喵
"Montjuic Park is located in the center of Barcelona. We went up the hill from the Plaza de España side, and we could visit the National Museum of Catalonia, the 1992 Olympic Stadium, etc., and then all the way down to the place close to the sea."