Barcelona, A fun- filled city, it is also a magical and Mysterious country with plenty of things to savour that goes beyond the ordinary, fun-filled activities to do and experiences that stays with you long after you've left and which at the least, will have you with plenty of snaps from fun- filled events at Unique restaurants, bizarre museums and one-of-kind bars, to secret gardens, nudist beaches and thrilling activities, even with all these, there are some secret things to do in Barcelona
Thinking of going for a visit in Barcelona? Then these are 15 places and Fun-Filled activities you must not miss, follow us as we go down the list.
Being the first of Barcelona beaches, it gets quite busy during the summer months. So it's fun getting to do stuffs like Windsurfing, Kite surfing with friendly strangers at the beach. The Beach Huts are filled with refreshing drinks as you receive well treatment from responsible waiters, but the enjoyment and relaxation of this beach can only be fully measured when you soak up the warmth of the Spanish sun with a good book.
If you choose to walk down to the beach which is a 20 minutes from the city's center, there are some enchanting views enroute like the "MONUMENT A COLOÏN" a memorial to the great Explorer Christopher Columbus
Address:Address: Passeig Maritime de la Barceloneta, Barcelona, Spain
One of the unusual, fun-filled activity and life time experience to do in Barcelona is to build your confidence about being Nude in the public. Barcelona is a city filled with Nudist Beaches where you see shameless people all roaming the beach half naked/naked. If you think you are a jerk enough to also have fun in your almost-naked outfits, then Barcelona provides you with awesome Nudist Beaches. Even though all beaches in Barcelona are always filled with half naked and topless women and half-naked men, there are two isolated beaches only for nudists.
(A) Mar Bella Beach, Located at the Northern part of Barceloneta apart from the fun and exciting moments as you roam around naked, this beach provides you with Sport pavilion, Wi-Fi, Public restrooms and accessible Shower, Kioks, restaurants and more.
(B) San Sebastia Beach, Located on the southern end of Barceloneta.
Enjoy as the wind blows cool breeze on your naked body at the oldest and most traditional Beach in Barcelona. Nude Beaches really help you find confidence within yourself once you are there and you realize how open minded people can be and how it is in our nature to be nude.
Address:Passeig de Garcia Faria, 08019 Barcelona Spain
Music lovers will find Barcelona to be a fun-filled city to visit. All hours are specific places are always open as Spanish Live Performances are always there to thrill their fans/visitors.
On your visit to Barcelona, we bring to you some must-to-go places for music lovers in Barcelona.
You won't leave these places without filling your fun cup to the brim
Address:Noude La Rambla, 113, Barcelona, Catalonia
Want to enjoy and feel some older Architectural buildings? A right choice is here for you, why not have a picnic with friends at the Greec Gardens Amphitheatre. It is an open-air theatre in the Month Hill in Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain. The theatre was built in 1929 by the Catalan Architect Romans Reventos as a part of the 1929 Barcelona International Exposition.
Apart from sitting at the Amphitheatre, it would be of much fun to be in the lovely garden with a formal layout of rose borders and trees overlooking the theatre.
Address:Passeig De Santa Madriana s/n, 08038 Barcelona, Spain
Do you want some fun when you visit Barcelona? Are you with friends and relatives and you want to ginger their spirits with high level of fun? Then we bring to you the greatest fun-filled activity you must look forward to do in Barcelona, Hide and seek at the Horta Labyrinth Park.,
Horta Labyrinth is the oldest garden park in Barcelona, designed by the Marquis Joan D Antom Desvall Ardena along with the Italian Architect Domenico Bagutti. The park comprises of an 18th Century Neoclassical garden and a 19th Century Romantic Garden. I.e. the park is the best either you are in group or you are going on a romantic date in Barcelona.
Address:Passeig Dele Castanyers, 1, 08035 Barcelona, Spain
Swimming lovers! If you haven't gotten to Zona de Banys del Firum, on your trip/visit to Barcelona, then we should say you've done a 50% visit to the City. With a paved bathing area and a sand less enclosed bathing area, come and experience Barcelona Sea in a different way. This all concrete bathing area gives you the best bathing/swimming experience in Barcelona, you can get into the water either by using the steps or by just jumping in (isn't that much fun
Everything is complete here, there is a lifeguard services, showers and public toilet and to crown it all, handicaps are also treated with submergible wheelchairs, a crane and volunteers on hand to help
Address:Place de Forum, 1, 08010 Barcelona
Duration:11am to 2pm during summer months
If you want to have a fun-filled Saturday in Barcelona, it should be embedded with Unique shopping experience, even though Barcelona has no shortage of markets to choose from but none is quite like the Palo Alto Market
The sophisticated Street market brings you together the best new artists and designers in Catalonia, this is clothes lovers. Equally for Food Lovers to have the best of fun eating different kinds of foods, Pato Alto Market is filled with the best gourmet food trucks. Shopping for handcrafted jewelry, vintage clothings, shoes, skateboard, leather goods, graffiti art, independent book publishers and lots more would make you not forget your visit to Palo Alto Market for a very long time.
Address:Carrer Dels Pellaires, 30, 08019 Barcelona, Spain
Do you want to have fun during a metro ride in Barcelona? Then we recommend you take a metro ride to Plaza de Espana. Plaza de Espana is a lovely place just out of the center of the town, it is also a home to Barcelona's Old Bull Fighting which had been converted into the Las Arenas de Barcelona commercial Centre. Another reason why you must Visit Plaza de Espana is the Palau Nacional Art de Catalunya (MNAC), it is stunning and there is never a better time to see it than when it is lit up at night with the Magic Fountain in front. Have fun as you take awesome photos between the two Giant towers in Placa Espana, Mies Van de Roho Pavilion, also don't forget to visit Casa de Migdic because your ride to Plaza de Espana is not complete if you are not served in this Bar.
Address:Place d' Espanya, 08015 Barcelona, Spain
Duration:Open 24 hours
This sounds funny, but it is one of the unusual things and Fun-Filled activities to do in Barcelona. Do you want to learn about some historical facts, or maybe you have some high Spanish personalities you want to see their final resting place? We recommend you to go to the Montjuic Cemetery, where over 152,000 people are buried.
Obviously, it is a park where you can experience 150 years of art history and the Cemetery is a unique place of Silence in Barcelona. The steep slopes of the hillside gives Montjuic its special character with winding paths and terraced niches looking over the harbor. Have a lot of fun there!
Address:Carrer de la Mare de Den de Port 56, 58, 08038 Barcelona, Spain
When talking about Fun-Filled activities, we cannot fend off having a view of the whole city from View Points. Come to think of it, How about separating a day to view Barcelona City as a whole during your visit to the Beautiful city? From the Morning View to the Full-sun shining over Barcelona and finally to the Night view as colourful lights illuminate Barcelona at night.
We give you some spots for Jaw- Dropping views of the Beautiful City called Barcelona. (A) Port Vell (an old habour renovated into a beautiful spot to view Barcelona). Address: Port Vell, Rambla del Mar, Barcelona. (B) Museu Nacional d'Art de Catalunya (located just up the hills of Montjuic). Address: MNAC, Palm Nacional, Parc de Montjuic, Barcelon. (C) Del Turo de la Rovira (a strategic site for the defence of Barcelona during civil wars is now a natural viewing point that boasts 360° views of the City) . Address: Bunkers del Carmel, Carrer del Turo de la Rovira, Barcelona. (D) Tibidabo (nicknamed the highest point of the Collserola Bridge "The Magic Mountain"). Address: Tibidabo Amusement Park, Place Tibidabo 3-4… Barcelona. (E) The Spa (The 43rd Floor of Hotel Arts Barcelona is where you can enjoy enchanting views of the city). Address: 43, the Spa, Carrer de la Marina 19-21, Barcelona
Address:Port Vell, Rambla del Mar, Barcelona
Even though one of the most captivating building in the world is the Sagrada Familia Cathedral Building, but few number of people took notice of the Architect Antoni Gaudi's Tomb in the interior part of the Sagrada Familia Cathedral. The Basilica I Temple Expiaton de la Sagrada Familia is a large unfinished Roman Catholic designed by the Catalan Architect Antoni Gaudi.
Take some pictures in the masterpiece of Gaudi which is probably the most famous monument in Barcelona. It is predicted to be completed in 2026, but would you wait for that, the uncompleted view gives the most captivating sight. The fact that there are elevators inside is enough to be Captivating because you wonder how they work through the thin towers. They allow you to see the lowest and highest point of the structure. Don’t also forget, pay some tribute at the Architect’s tomb.
Address:Carrer de Mallora, 401, 08013, Barcelona, Spain
One of the Fun and Unusual things people don’t do in Barcelona is to go to the Tandem Cocktail Bar. This place is a kind of place which once you visit there is no way you aren’t going back. It’s just got the cozy vibe, amazing drinks (especially if you know your drinks). It is really a fantastic Cocktail Bar with no menu, so go with an open mind for new flavors and mysterious cocktails. The whiskey selection is amazing literally every single one I can think of and more. Fun filled activities like chill talk with friends, enjoying drinks with pals are embedded in this Bar. Remember to enjoy the real fun of this Bar, DON’T GO ALONE.
Address:Carrer d’Aribau, 86, 08036 Barcelona, Spain
One of the unusual things people don't really take note of is the Pont Del Bisbe (meaning Bridge of the Bishop in English). This is a beautiful bridge with a balcony built in 1928 by Joan Rubio, friend and disciple of Antoni Gaudi.
The Unusual activity people don’t do at this Bridge is looking closely at the bottom of the Bridge, you will discover a skull that is believed to be authentically pierced by a dagger. Some legends said the day someone take the dagger that crosses the Skull, the city would sink on it's foundations. (Interesting fact somehow scary). But the most interesting part is looking directly at the skull and you will be granted the desire you are thinking. Isn't that an interesting fact? So have a wish, Go to the Bridge, Look into the Skull’s eye socket and you will be granted your wish immediately.
Address:Carrer del Bisbe, 1, 08002, Barcelona, Spain
Do you feel like crowning your afternoon with a fun-filled lunch? Then Fonda Espana in Santa Pau is the best for you. This is an Icon of modernism serving updated traditional cuisine bearing the Hallmark of Chef Martin Berusategin. Exciting and fun-filled when going through the options including it's 'Journey through Modernism' Menu.
Enjoy and have fun as you eat and fill your stomach with Spanish Foods. The price of the food represented excellent value for the quality and service enclosed in Fonda Espana. Hope you will have the best of fun there.
Address:Sant Pau 9-11, 08001 Barcelona, Spain
Are you a fan of Barcelona FC? Or you are a Football Loving Type? Visiting Barcelona without watching a match at Camp Nou would just be equal to 50% percent of your journey. The home Stadium of FC Barcelona with a seating capacity of 99,354 is the largest Stadium in Spain and Europe, and the third largest Football Stadium in the world in Capacity.
It would really be of great fun if you are able to take a selfie with the beauty of the stadium as it's background. Catch all the fun, shout, exciting moments live as players roll the ball into opponent's net in Camp Nou. Don't forget, your Visit to Barcelona is 100% complete if you sit down on a chair at Camp Nou to watch a match.
Address:C. d'Aristides Maillol, 12, 08028, Barcelona, Spain.
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