7- Montjuïc Cemetery
The largest cemetery in the city, Montjuïc Cemetery, is a unique place and well worth a visit. Montjuïc Cemetery hosts some of the most beautiful examples of funerary architecture and sculpture in the country, created by a number of architects, sculptors and artists.
Many locals use the cemetery for walks and relaxation, taking photos of the magnificent setting as they go.
6- Gràcia district
The village of Gràcia district, which was formerly separated from Barcelona, is now one of its most famous of its kind in the city.
Stroll through cozy squares, get lost in narrow streets and snap the stunning architecture during a visit to this beautiful district. After working up an appetite, there are plenty of restaurants and bars to relax in until late at Gràcia district.
5- Horta Labrynth
Designed in 1791, Horta Labrynth is the oldest park in the city and one of the most instagrammable. First privately owned and then opened to the public in 1960, Horta Labrynth is magical corner of Barcelona and a must-see during your visit.
In the centre of the park lies the labrynth, beautifully crafted hedge walls promising fun for all ages. How long will it take you to find the exit?