Gaudi's most famous work and the city's most popular tourist attraction is also one of its most photogenic, filled with colorful stained glass and whimsical details.
Go here to capture the most picture-perfect view of the Sagrada Familia facade in all its glory.
Gaudi’s magical wonderland, with its fascinating architectural details and epic views, is also one of the top Barcelona Instagram spots. Come early for for the least crowds!
The stunning Palau is the only concert hall listed as a UNESCO World Heritage site and is a shining example of the Catalan Art Noveau architectural style.
One of Barcelona's most iconic buildings is also one of its most popular photo spots. Snap a photo of the facade from Passeig de Gracia, but don't miss the rooftop terrace either.
Barcelona’s Gothic Quarter is a fascinating neighorhood with its winding labyrinth of narrow cobblestone streets. One of the most iconic and most photographed structures here is the Pont del Bisbe bridge, located on a small alley right behind the cathedral.
The enormous Barcelona Cathedral is renowned for its impressive Gothic architecture, with its pointed archways, the ribbed vaults, and the many gargoyles, seen from the roof.
Wander through the streets of El Born and photograph its narrow medieval street, funky street art, intricate balconies, and colorful pennants hanging from above.
This house on Carre De l’Allada-Vermell has over 60 plants displayed in front of it and has become one of the most Instagrammable places in Barcelona.
Tibidadbo is Barcelona's highest mountain, and is home to the second oldest amusement park in Europe, a faiytale church, and sweeping city views, which makes it one of the city's best photo spots.