Free visits in Barcelona
There are certain free visits in Barcelona some specific days of each month. If you want to do some free activity in Barcelona the days that make good weather or you want to go to make a free visit here we leave the ones we know at the moment:hotel with spa Barcelona
Visit to the City Council of Barcelona
Every Sunday from 10 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. you have the opportunity to visit Barcelona City Council for free. We visited it on the occasion of the 48th Open House Barcelona and we liked it a lot. We recommend it, and I’m sure that if you go on any Sunday there are fewer people than the day we went.
Free visits in Barcelona: Barcelona City Council
Apart from Sundays the day of Sant Jordi and the Corpus Christi you can visit this building from the 14th century.
The entrance to visit the City Hall is not in the Plaza Sant Jaume, you have to go down the street behind.
Route through the Romana Barcelona
In Equipatge de mà we made a route divided into three articles by the Romana Barcelona. Here are the links:
Free visits in Barcelona: Barcelona Romana
Trip to Roman Barcelona – Sepulchral route and Roman aqueduct
Trip to the Roman Barcelona – The aqueduct and gate of the wall in the archaeological site
Trip to the Roman Barcelona – Temple of Augustus and walls
Guided tour of Barcelona
Every day the German company Sandeman New Europe offers free tours through the center of Barcelona. We did it and we liked it a lot, on this page we told you a little about the free Sandeman New Europe Tour of Barcelona.
Gaudí designed the Güell Palace to be the home of the Eusebi Güell family, in the Raval neighborhood. The guided tour is free on the first Sunday of the month, but you have to go with time to get the tickets. If you want to know what the visit is like and what are the times to get the tickets, you can check the entry that we wrote.
Visit to the Modernist Site of Sant Pau
Free visits in Barcelona: Sant Pau Modernist Site
The Santa Creu Hospital was born during medieval times in the Raval neighborhood of Barcelona as the merger of six old hospitals. In 1902 Pau Gil y Serra, a Barcelona banker who lived in Paris, left in testament that he wanted to build a modern hospital in his hometown, Barcelona. Hence the current name of the Hospital de la Santa Creu and Sant Pau.
Every first Sunday of the month the entrance to the Modernist Campus of Sant Pau is free. If you want to know more you can read the entry of our visit.
Useful information of Barcelona
What to see in Barcelona: Barcelona is our city, and we love it. These are our 10 essentials of Barcelona but if you have more time you can check what else to visit in Barcelona.
How to go to Barcelona: To get from the different airports to Barcelona you can check this entry on how to get from the different airports to the city of Barcelona.
Where to sleep in Barcelona: As we live in Barcelona we have not been to many of our city’s accommodations. Only one year end we stayed in an apartment with some friends. It is called BcnStop Parc Güell and has very good communication with the center of the city. You can check other accommodation options in Barcelona here.
And to have all the information you need to know about Barcelona, do not miss our Barcelona Guide.
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