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The 7 Most Instagrammable Spots In Barcelona

The beautiful city of Barcelona has something for everyone, with its incredible food offerings, whacky architecture and city beach. If you’re looking for some super slick Instagram photos, you’ve come to the right place.

Here’s 7 of the very best Insta-worthy spots in Barca…

Best Barcelona Instagram spots:

1. Allada Vermell

The most photogenic house in all of Barcelona? We certainly think so, and so does every Instagrammer in the city. Owned by an elderly couple, their house has gradually transformed into a living garden.

 

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2. Park Guell

Gaudi’s famous ​​Park Guell is one of the most beautiful icons of the city and an ideal place to explore for an afternoon. With scenic views of the city below and colourful and quirky artwork, it’s a must-see.

 

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3. Palo Alto Market

A creative market takes place on the first weekend of each month in an abandoned factory that’s had a makeover. It’s like shopping in a beautiful forest. Popular with hip locals, you can expect vintage stalls, street food, music and art.

 

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4. Carmel Bunkers

If you’re looking for a birds-eye view of Barcelona, these anti-aircraft ruins dating back from the Spanish Civil War provide a 360degree lookout point. Come at sunset for the best photos.

 

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5. La Boqueria Market

This historic market is a riot of colour and activity, with stalls and stalls of fresh Spanish fruit and cheeses, tasty juices and some of the best photo ops in the city. You’ll be instantly impressed by the grand iron entrance.

 

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6. Carrer del Bisbe, Gothic Quarter

One of the most charming areas of Barcelona, start your stroll in the Gothic Quarter with a wander down this historic street. Pose by the neo-Gothic bridge and admire the detailed architecture.

 

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7. Barcelona Cathedral

Barcelona Cathedral is a magnificent Gothic church located in front of Plaça de la Seu. The most beautiful part of the cathedral is the charming 14th century cloister courtyard, so don’t miss out on that.

 

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