Top 5 Places to enjoy the Best Views in Barcelona


Barcelona is not only known for its popular monuments or for the long beaches, but also for its breathtaking views.

There are several viewpoints from which you can enjoy the city in all its extension. You will love it!

What makes Barcelona unique is the combination between natural landscapes and incredible buildings. The city is surrounded by mountains, that allow us to enjoy incredible views.

In this article we are going to introduce you our top 5 viewpoints in Barcelona, hoping that it will help you to find new ideas for your next visit. Let’s start!

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1. View from Bunkers del Carmel

The Bunkers are absolutely our favourite spot to enjoy the view of Barcelona. You can reach it by walking from Park Guell in just 5 minutes.

Since some years ago it was not a popular place to visit but, in recent times, it’s turned in one of the most important tourist spots of Barcelona.

Now it’s the perfect place to chill and spend some good time with your partner or friends, enjoying the best views during sunrise or sunset.

Thanks to their strategic position, the Bunkers were used as anti aircraft warfare during the Spanish Civil War, fought from 1936 to 1939.

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2. View from Sagrada Familia

Everyone knows Sagrada Familia, the most popular church in Spain, visited by over 4-5 million visitors every year.

In addition to being one of the most important monuments of all the times, this is also an incredible viewpoint thanks to its height.

You can book your tickets online to visit Sagrada Familia and climb one of its towers, from where you will enjoy the spectacular view of the Eixample neighbourhood.

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3. View from Tibidabo

Tibidabo is the highest mountain in Serra de Collserola and one of the several peaks that dominate the skylines across Barcelona.

It is the ideal place to spend the day away from the chaos of the city, enjoy incredible views and relax.

It is also identifiable for the presence of the Temple Expiatori del Sagrat Cor (also known as Temple of the Sacred Heart of Jesus) and the Tibidabo Amusement Park, that definitely make it one of the places that you cannot miss during your visit.

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4. View from MNAC

The MNAC – Museu Nacional d’Art de Catalunya (also known as National Museum of Art of Catalonia) has two terraces from where you can enjoy one the most exciting views of Barcelona.

It is situated in Montjuic, close to Plaza Espanya. In fact, if you go there during night, you can also enjoy the unique Magic Fountain show.

Best views in Barcelona from MNAC
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5. View from La Pedrera

La Pedrera, also known as Casa Milà, is one of the most relevant works of Antoni Gaudí. It is based in Passeig de Gràcia, just a few steps from Casa Batlló.

At the top of the building, there’s a terrace from where you can enjoy the view of the Eixample district from a different point of view.

In addition to the good view, we suggest you to visit this terrace also for the several sculptures that you can find there, made with the typical Gaudí’s style, with everything curved.

If you want to visit La Pedrera, you can book your tickets online and skip the line. Don’t miss it!

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