10 free things to do in Barcelona

Are you in Barcelona and need free proposals because you run out of budget? Let’s see some suggestions of what to do for free in Barcelona!

Barcelona is a beautiful city and the mere fact of walking in many places is already a proposal for leisure and for free, of course! However, see more …

  1. Losing yourself in the Horta Labyrinth. If it is Wednesday or Sunday, you can do it absolutely free. It is a beautiful, long experience if you discover how to get out of it, of course 😉
    Laberint d'Horta, visita gratis los miércoles y domingos
  2. The route of the cemeteries. Although it may seem grim, the truth is that it is a curious free tour that always respectfully shows the least known part of the city. There are hiking almost every Sunday in Poble Nou Cemetery and in Montjuïc Cemetery.
  3. Visit the temporary art exhibitions of La Pedrera (Casa Mila). Visit La Pedrera is logically an activity fee, you can visit free exhibitions are housed on its first floor.
  4. Visit Teatre Grec gardens, definitely a place little known beyond its annual music festival. While you are there, fail to meet the Font del Gat (it is very close).
    La Font del Gat de Barcelona
  5. Up to the bunker of Turó de la Rovira, undoubtedly one of the best viewpoints in Barcelona.
  6. If Saturday or Sunday, not even the first of the month, there are some museums that you can visit for free.
  7. Visit the colorful atmosphere of the market in La Boqueria (Sant Josep). While it is always nice to visit local markets, this has a more than makes it special.
  8. Walking around the Port Vell, where sea and leisure mix. In fact, if you like walking, Barcelona allows you to get to the Forum on foot, enjoying beautiful sea views.
  9. Strolling through the Born, seeing its typical streets and places like Santa Caterina market, Fossar de les Moreres or Santa Maria del Mar (entrance also free).
    Santa Maria del Mar (Catedral del Mar)
  10. Visit the gardens of the Palau de les Heures. It is much more than a palace; in fact, it is a garden at the foot of Collserola in which we can see.

Do you know more proposals for free in Barcelona? Can you help us to add to the list? 😉

Licenciada en Periodismo y enamorada de Barcelona desde 1986. Disfruto escribiendo posts y haciendo fotos de mi ciudad natal para BCN City Hotels, tarea que combino con la comunicación y el marketing online y que me mantienen siempre hiper-conectada a Internet.
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