5 Great Plans you can do in Barcelona Today

The city of Barcelona is undoubtedly one of the favorite destinations to visit any time of the year. Thousands of tourists walk the emblematic streets of the city in search of the best photos in the Sagrada Familia, stroll through Park Güell, get lost in the Gothic Quarter and enjoy the Mediterranean breeze.

But, you who have already seen and traveled it all, who do not feel like taking a single meter and want to flee the crowds at all costs, what can you do to enjoy one of the most visited cities in Europe beyond going to La Rambla, Barceloneta, and Camp Nou? This is the alternative plan Human Bodies team offers you with 5 things to do in Barcelona today, near Plaça Espanya, where you can find nature, commerce, and museums nearby:

1. Enjoy your morning by the sea:

Las Golondrinas are known as one of the most emblematic excursions in Barcelona, a tourist cruise that takes place aboard a motor boat that runs along the coast of Barcelona from the port. An activity to do as a family and observe Barcelona from the sea. In this boat trip you can enjoy views such as the World Trade Center, the Puerta de Europa bridge, the International Maritime Station, the Levante and Poniente docks, the Nova Bocana, the fishing port and the Torre del Reloj.

Web: http://lasgolondrinas.com/es/

2. Lunch with views on the roof of Arenas de Barcelona:

After decades being abandoned, this old bullring was converted into the modern Arenas shopping center in Barcelona, maintaining its majestic original facade. Inside, in addition to shops, restaurant and cinemas, you will have the opportunity to enjoy its emblematic viewpoint overlooking Plaza España.


Gran Via de les Corts Catalanes 373-385
08015 Barcelona

How to get there:

Metro: Espanya stop – Lines L1 and L3

Buses: Stop Plaza España – Lines 94, 95, 06

Cercanías: Barcelona-Sants Station Stop – Lines R5, R50, R6 and R60


3. Explore the Anatomy of Life in the HUMAN BODIES exhibition:

Without having to leave the mall, on the third floor of the Arenas de Barcelona, you can enjoy this fascinating exhibition of human anatomy.

Through the 12 human bodies and 150 real human organs of the exhibition, you can discover the secrets that hide under your skin, and learn how to take better care of it.

A fantastic and appropriate exhibition to visit with friends or if you are looking for plans with children in Barcelona. ‘Human Bodies: Anatomy of life’ opens from Monday to Sunday from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. (9:30 p.m. closing room), with tickets starting at just € 7. If you come with your family, you are lucky: children under 7 years of age enter for free and those under 18 have special discounts.

Discover these and other promotions on the website of the exhibition.

Web: www.humanbodies.eu


3rd Floor CC Arenas de Barcelona

Gran Via de les Corts Catalanes 373-385

Access Schedule:

Monday to Sunday

10:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m.

Exposición en Barcelona

4. Walkthrough the Joan Miró Park:

This large and diaphanous park is one of the favorite areas of Barcelona to do in the center of Barcelona, thanks to the low tourist influx, which allows you to enjoy a relaxed walk without sacrificing the cultural wealth that Barcelona offers.

There is the monumental sculpture of Joan Miró, «Dona i Ocell» (Woman and Bird), 22 meters high that was inaugurated, together with the park, in 1983, a little before the artist’s death.


Carrer d’Aragó, 2

5. Night show at the Magic Fountain of Montjuïc:

This spectacle of water, music and colored lights is the most popular and most visited attraction of Plaza España in the district of Sants-Montjuïc. Open to the public for free, the Magic Fountain of Montjuïc has about 7,000 million possible combinations of water and lights.


Pl Carles Buïgas, 1


June-September: Wednesday to Sunday 9:30 p.m. – 10:00 p.m.

Check the schedule for the rest of the year.

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