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Barcelona is a vibrant city full of interesting activities that don't necessarily have to cost a lot of money. Here are some suggestions for cheap (or even free) things you can do in Barcelona:

1. Explore the Gothic Quarter:

  • Stroll through the narrow streets of the Gothic Quarter, discover its hidden squares and admire the medieval architecture. Don't miss the Barcelona Cathedral and Plaça Reial.

Barcelona Gothic Quarter ~ 24 BEST Attractions + Things to Do!

2. Park Güell:

  • Although the monumental area of ​​the park has an entrance fee, much of the park is free to enter. Enjoy panoramic views of the city and colorful mosaics.
Park Güell Guided Tour - Small Group Tour.

3. Barceloneta Beach:

  • Relax on the beach, sunbathe or take a walk along the promenade. It is a perfect place to enjoy the coastal atmosphere without spending money.

Barcelona beaches: Your guide to picking the best stretch of sand | CNN

4. Boquería Market:

  • Visit this famous market on Las Ramblas to enjoy the sight of fresh produce, exotic fruits and seafood. You can buy sandwiches and tapas at reasonable prices.

Barcelona: Local tips for visiting La Boqueria market

5. Montjuïc:

  • Climb Montjuïc mountain to enjoy impressive views of the city. Visit Montjuïc Castle (free entry on the first Sunday of each month and every Sunday from 3:00 p.m.), and stroll through the gardens and parks.

Montjuïc Castle | Barcelona Cable Car

6. Barcelona History Museum (MUHBA):

  • Admission is free on the first Sunday of each month and every Sunday from 3:00 p.m. Here you can learn about the history of the city from its Roman origins to the present day.

Barcelona City History Museum | Gimme Some Barcelona Travel Guide

7. Basilica of Santa María del Mar:

  • This impressive Gothic church in the Born neighborhood is free to enter. Sometimes there are concerts that you can enjoy for a donation.

Basilica of Santa Maria del Mar - Visit Barcelona

8. Parc de la Ciutadella:

  • A large park where you can have a picnic, take a boat ride on the lake or simply relax. The park is also home to the Barcelona Zoo and several museums.

A Quick Guide to Parc de la Ciutadella - Booze Cruise Blog

9. Raval:

  • Discover the vibrant Raval neighborhood with its mix of cultures, urban art and cozy cafes. Visit the Center de Cultura Contemporània de Barcelona (CCCB), which has free entry on certain days.

El Raval | Ciutat Vella | Ayuntamiento de Barcelona

10. Free events and festivals:

  • Barcelona hosts numerous free events and festivals throughout the year, such as La Mercè in September, which includes concerts, parades, and light and sound shows.

Fiestas de La Mercè 2023 en Barcelona: fechas, programa, conciertos,  castellers y piromusical | Cómo


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