Barcelona is considered one of the most beautiful cities in the world and very few are privileged to have been able to view it all, are you one of them? The city has a number of viewpoints that provide full or partial views of Barcelona you can not miss if you decide to visit it. Certainly, it is a unique and unforgettable experience for all those who appreciate the charm of the grid structure, the convergence of old and new, urban beaches and historic buildings image. Here we show you where to find the best views of Barcelona:
- Bunkers del Carmel, Turó de la Rovira. Carmel neighborhood keeps one of the most secret and spectacular corners throughout the city, the bunkers. Located on the Turo de la Rovira, the bunkers offer spectacular views of Barcelona still unknown. It is over 260 meters high and allows us to see very clearly the peculiar structure of its streets in a grid, historic monuments, important buildings and, of course, the sea. In addition, throughout the turó there are a number of signs and indications that act as a guide to access the different viewpoints and enjoy the city from different perspectives.
- Park Güell, Turó de les Tres Creus. Very near to the former lookout we find one of the most popular attractions of Barcelona, Park Guell, and where one of the best views of the city are also contemplated. Do not miss the opportunity to enjoy this emblematic work of Gaudí, discoverq every corner and climb to the highest point, the Turo de les Tres Creus, to observe most of Barcelona from above.
- Mirador de Montjuïc. One of the most visited places in Barcelona is Montjuïc Mountain, for it spectacular castle and for having one of the most beautiful views of the city. Do not hesitate and make a visit to the Monjtuïc Castle to discover and enjoy this magnificent views, it will be a unique and unforgettable experience.
- Mirador de Las Arenas. Finally, we find the viewpoint that is on the roof of Las Arenas shopping center. From this point of Barcelona we can see from a privileged perspective the entire area of Montjuïc, Plaza España, the National Museum of Contemporary Art (MNAC), the Sagrada Familia, the Agbar Tower and many other attractions.