7- Montjuïc Cemetery
The city's largest cemetery, the Montjuïc Cemetery, is a unique place that is well worth a visit. Montjuïc Cemetery is home to some of the finest examples of funerary architecture and sculpture in the country, created by numerous architects, sculptors and artists.
Many locals use the cemetery to walk around and relax, taking photos of the beautiful surroundings as they go.
6- Gràcia District
The Gràcia district, which was once separate from Barcelona, is now one of the city's most famous.
Stroll through inviting squares, get lost in narrow streets and photograph the stunning architecture on a tour of this beautiful neighbourhood. After working up an appetite, there are plenty of restaurants and bars to relax in until late in the Gràcia district.
5- Horta Labyrinth
Designed in 1791, Horta Labrynth is the oldest park in the city and one of the most Instagrammable. Originally privately owned and opened to the public in 1960, Horta Labrynth is a magical part of Barcelona and a must-see during your visit.
At the centre of the park is the Labrynth, beautifully crafted hedge walls promising fun for all ages. How long will it take you to find your way out?