Horta Labyrinth is a botanical garden of the XVIII century, the oldest in Barcelona, with rare plants, fountains, a waterfall, and a labyrinth. Labyrinth is the pride of the park: 750 meters thick walls and graceful arches of foliage cypress, of which starred one of the scenes of the film "Perfume" maniac about Paris XVIII century.How to get there: Passeig dels Castanyers 1, Metro Mundet (L3)Entry ticket: 2,50 EUR, guide service - 1,80 EUR Special offer: free admission on Wednesdays and Sundays
2. Champañeria Can Paixano
Champañeria Can Paixano is a bar with a unique atmosphere of the old town, where almost for nothing poured traditional Spanish champagne - kava. In the cozy atmosphere you can taste the best for a penny of this sort of cava and enjoy typical tapas, jamon and cheese under the melodious accompaniment of Spanish guitar.How to get there: Carrer de la Reina Cristina 7, Metro Barceloneta (L4)Price: from 0.8 euros to 1.20 euros per glass.
3. Bar El Bosc de les Fades
El Bosc de les Fades is the most mysterious and fabulous bar in Barcelona. Enjoy traditional refreshing sangria in a cool animated fairy trees, walk through a magical maze of halls and doors and get lost in the very thickest of the mysterious forest or small caves with fairies, trolls and waterfalls.
Getting there: Passeig Banca 7, Metro Drassanes (L3) Discount: until 22:00 pm at the bar are reduced prices for tea / coffee and some alcohol.
4. La Sagrada Familia
La Sagrada Familia is standing above the "Neo-Gothic" cranes and alien décor depicting scenes from the Holy Scriptures. It is the last and unfinished work of Gaudi.
How to get there: Calle Mallorca, Metro Sagrada Familia (L2 and L5)
Price: Enter to the Basilica is 13.50 Euro, 18 Euro with audio guide
You can purchase tickets in advance at the official site:
ParkGüell is an incredible park with a "gingerbread house", writhing benches and much more . It is the legendary work of Antonio Gaudi. The most known part of the park is a color mosaic covering benches , which became the symbol of the city.
How to get there: Metro Lesseps (L3), follow signs
Admission: Tourist entrance fee will be about5 Euros.
On Sundays you can enter the park for FREE.
6. Montserrat mountain
Montserrat mountain is a symbol and one of the main attractions of Catalonia. It has very non typical shape. There is a monastery standing on the mountain.
Getting there: The most convenient option is a commuter trains from the station Pl.Espanya (L R5 Barcelona-Pl. Espanya - Manresa-Baixador) to station Montserrat - Aeri and then the cable car or to the station Monistrol de Montserrat and further Cremallera (cog railway) to the monastery.