Barcelona City Guide

Barcelona is at the top of many world travelers’ must-visit list, and for good reason. With beautiful beaches, colorful markets, panoramic views, trademark architecture and world-class food and shopping, there’s truly something for everyone. And it certainly doesn’t hurt that the city is insanely Instagrammable. Whether you’re planning your own trip or just dreaming about taking one, read on for fashion and travel blogger Lena Josefine‘s tips for experiencing a few of the Barcelona’s most photogenic spots.

Barcelona is such a beautiful city and gives you amazing backdrops for your photos. In this guide, I am going to tell you some of my favorite spots in the city.

1. Sagrada Família

This is the most iconic spot in Barcelona and definitely one of my favorites! The architecture of this building is just stunning. On the other side of the park, you can see the Sagrada perfectly.

2. Palau de la Música Catalana

This place is actually a concert hall in Barcelona. Make sure you book a tour to learn about the history and see all the details inside this beautiful concert hall.

You can find these colorful columns on the balcony of the concert hall. The design of the columns is so pretty!

The concert hall itself  is gorgeous as well. The love for detail there is just incredible.

3. Tibidabo

If you have a free afternoon in Barcelona, you should definitely give Tibidabo a visit. This fun park is on a hill with an amazing view of the city. All the colors on the Ferris wheel brighten up everyone’s day.

4. Bunkers Del Carmel

Bunkers Del Carmel is the absolute best viewpoint in Barcelona. It is an effort to walk up there, but more than worth it. My tip: Come there in the evening to enjoy a beautiful sunset with a view of the whole city.

I really hope you enjoyed my Barcelona city guide and could get some ideas from it. Now you can experience this beautiful city for yourself.