Adventurous Things To Do In Barcelona
Barcelona has a plethora of adventurous activities for you both in and around the city. If you are wondering about hitting an adventure park, Barcelona gives you Tibidabo and Catalunya along with Illa Fantasia if your adventure is all about the water and waves. Tibidabo Amusement Park gives you magical open spaces to explore, street theatre across the park, rides and more than 30 attractions and great shows for all ages. If you are looking for best hikes near Barcelona, you don’t need to travel too far, Tibidabo is the perfect place! Illa Fantasia is a water park, a big picnic space along with a supermarket, restaurants and a souvenir store. Wave pool, Espiro tub, Torpedo, Kamikazes, and Aquamania are rides you cannot miss. Catalunya en Miniatura has a Miniature Park and Adventure Circuit. Miniature Park or The models' exposition is a theme park that gives tourists a miniature view of the most important places of Catalonia. Adventure circuit is an adventure park for people all ages to enjoy forest life with more than 66 tree activities, climbing a pine trunk and zip lining. If you are up for going a step ahead and want to experience adventure sports in Barcelona, you can head over to SkyDiveBCN for skydiving and Sharma Climbing BCN for rock climbing.
Places To Visit In Barcelona
Among places to visit in Barcelona, Monjuic, Casa Mila and Park Guell top the list. Montjuic, a hill in Barcelona boasts of must-visit places like the Fundacio Joan Miro (modern art museum), Montjuic cemetery, botanical gardens, and The Olympic and Sports Museum. Casa Mila, popularly known as La Pedrera is a modernist building known for impeccable architecture that got it its reputation of a World Heritage Site. Park Güell, designed by famous architect Antonio Gaudi, is among the most impressive public parks in the world. With columns that simulate palm-tree trunks, rubble-surfaced arches, quilts of ceramic tiles, a graceful gazebo made of twisted angle iron, a roof forming a massive terrace with a view of the city, it is definitely an architectural wonder you don’t want to skip. For camping, Barcelona gives you Camping Enmar, Camping El Far and Camping L’hostalet. These places don’t just have the perfect surroundings for camping, but also organize a number of group activities to keep you engaged.
Day Trips From Barcelona
While you plan for day trips from Barcelona, 3 places that should definitely be on the list are Sitges, Girona and Figueres. Sitges is a vibrant city with year-round festivities like carnivals, film and theatre festivals, vintage car rally and more. With a mild climate throughout the year and coastal location, Sitges is one great option for day trips from Barcelona. Girona is an interesting tourist spot, loaded with museums, galleries, gothic churches. Some key places to check out in Girona include Monestir de Sant Pere de Galligants, Museud’ Art de Girona and Basilica de Sant Feliu. Figueres, close to 146km from Barcelona, located in Costa Brava, is the birthplace of famous artist Salvador Dali. You must check out the art museums, the castle of Sant Ferran and La Rambla de Figueres, the town’s Rambla, which is a long pedestrian walking street with shops and restaurants along the way. Check out all these destinations for day trip from Barcelona and make the most out of your holiday.