There are endless opportunities to capture the perfect Instagram snap in Barcelona, here we explore 8 of the best.
1. Park Guell
Made up of beautiful gardens and breath-taking architecture, Barcelona’s Park Guell was designed by Gaudi in the 18th century. Climb the stairs of the park and discover the famous colourful bench that borders the ground. Standing central to the bench will give you one of the best photo-ops in the park.
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2. La Sagrada Familia
Barcelona’s most famous landmark, La Sagrada Familia’s world renowned image makes for the perfect scenic shot. There are infinite angles to capture this architectural masterpiece, with flawless photo opportunities both inside and out.
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3. Carmel Bunkers
Left behind following the Spanish Civil War, the Carmel Bunkers offers up one of the best panoramic views of the Barcelona skyline. This hillside hideaway is one of the city’s hidden gems and is the perfect vantage point.
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4. Palo Alto Market
This urban jungle gives you all the cool vibes you need. Playing host to a monthly market, the area remains open during most of the week providing the perfect hang-out spot. Surrounded by beautiful greenery and plant covered buildings, catching an edgy snap wouldn’t be difficult.
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5. Parc de la Ciutadella
A calm oasis in bustling Barcelona, the Parc de la Ciutadella is the perfect place to kick back and relax, you could even take a rowing boat out on the lake located in the grounds. With romantic pathways and beautiful greenery aplenty, this park has all the Instagram potential.
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6. Allada Vermell
Tucked away in a quiet, suburban street this quaint house covered in plants and vines acts as the perfect instagram backdrop. This is one of Barcelona’s more secret spots, and although the residential street may seem unassuming, it could be a great addition to your Insta feed!
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7. The Magic Fountain of Montjuic
Located at the foot of the steps at Museu Nacional D’Art de Catalunya, this mesmerising landmark is more than just a water feature. Even more spectacular in the night, this fountain has been a favourite amongst locals and tourists for over 40 years.
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8. Laberint D’Horta
This historical city park is located in the Horta-Guinardo district of Barcelona. Offering a romantic setting with perfect backdrop potential. One of the oldest of its kind, this park is a tranquil escape from the busy city.
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