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    Parque del Buen Retiro

    103 reviews

    Our first stop in Madrid to stretch out after travel and leisurely explore. Small art exhibit in one place. Outstanding glass palace with more art inside. Landscaped with lake. Stop and grab a snack to rest. Stay as long as your stamina lets you. Fun.

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    Barceloneta Beach

    109 reviews

    This is a great beach for people watching that you can walk to from the city. It does get a lot of tourists...but it's worth hitting. Also, instead of getting a drink on the beach bar...get a fresh Mojito from one of the couples walking around selling them...cost very little and was great. Head down the boardwalk going left to ...

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  • 3

    Park Güell

    285 reviews

    Barcelona, Park Guell, covered sidewalk, yes is built like the photo shows

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    Montserrat Monastery

    4 reviews

    A must see if you are in Barcelona. The Monastery contains and protects "La Moreneta", named also the Black Virgin of Montserrat and her sanctuary. Don't forget to bring or wear hiking shoes. They have a very nice trail going up on the top of the mountain, and see the great view of town below.

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    Playa de la Concha

    16 reviews

    I can't help but photograph this beach a dozen times over as I was able to view it from early morning at sunrise and at night simply because it overlooks the balcony of my hotel room! The picturesque view is simply amazing! Clear waters and clean surroundings. It was just too cold when we visited and lacked time but it ...

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    Plaza de Oriente

    18 reviews

    This is the Plaza between the Royal Palace and the Opera House and very close to the Almudena Cathedral.

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    Casa de Campo

    8 reviews

    The park is closed to the Monte de El Pardo and has an area of ​​1722.6 ha, including the grounds of the Casa de Campo, which it ceded part of its surface. This doubles the surface of the Bois de Boulogne in Paris, is five times larger than Central Park in New York or 6.5 times larger than Hyde Park ...

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    Temple of Debod

    32 reviews

    Fancy a romantic evening in Madrid? Grab your significant other, a blanket and a bottle of wine and head up to the Temple of Debod for sunset. Snuggle up to each other and watch the sun go down over the city of Madrid with the temple behind you. The temple was brought to Madrid piece by piece from Egypt and ...

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  • 9


    6 reviews

    El Teleférico is an ecological and economical way to see the city. It is a transport system in the cabin for 2 cables. A journey from walk Pintor Rosales to the House, on the Manzanares River and offering you one view of the Royal Palace and the Temple of Debod as never before seen.

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  • 10

    Montjuïc Castle

    54 reviews

    Go up to Montjuïc – great views, interesting fortress… check times for the fountain show at the base of the steps where the Palace building is – the fountain show is spectacular. While you are there at Montjuïc, you can also visit Miro museum which is nice.

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    Port Olímpic

    41 reviews

    So beautiful! And a great place to walk around, especially if you enjoy watching boats like I do. It is right along the water and was created for the summer Olympics that Barcelona hosted in 1992.

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    Barcelona Olympic Stadium (Estadi Olímpic de Montjuïc)

    17 reviews

    Had our breakfast run the morning before the marathon and to everyone's surprise the Olympic stadium was where we finished. The sun was shining and the atmosphere were great!

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    Cervantes Rose Garden

    3 reviews

    Take a short stroll up Avinguda Diagonal and find a quiet(ish) refuge at Cervantes Park and Rose Garden. Bring a bag lunch or just a drink and a piece of fruit and give yourself the gift of time away from work and the hustle and bustle of Barcelona. Do yoga stretches, meditate, or just soak up the sun with a ...

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  • 14

    Zoo Aquarium de Madrid

    8 reviews

    The Madrid Zoo Aquarium is one of the largest zoos in the world. You can go to all 5 continents across species live here, from the tiniest insect to the largest mammal. A special section is the pandas, in fact it is the image of the park. These bears, Eastern origins have found in the zoo in Madrid a place ...

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    Las Alpujarras

    7 reviews

    amazing...snowy mountains and sea view in one...fresh air in summer it

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    Plaza de Espaňa

    39 reviews

    Cervantes Monument, souvenirs and craft market, nice park area.

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    Font Magica de Montjuïc

    89 reviews

    Nice Music and light show at night. On walking distance. One of the former tourist attractions in Barceona

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  • 18

    Parc del Laberint d'Horta

    15 reviews

    Fantastic !! Out of the centre 15-20 minutes with metro to L3 (Mundet) Romantic garden from 17th century , even the local people do not know that exists there is a natural laberynth inside, and was used to do the film (movie) The parfum with Dustin Hoffmann, and some days is free, and week ends 2 euro.

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    Real Jardín Botánico

    27 reviews

    Large collection of different species. The Botanical Gardens has both outdoor and indoor components. Definitely check out the Terraza Plano de la Flor a beautiful outdoor English style garden. There are 2 large greenhouses that are divided into tropical, temperate, and desert collections

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    Montserrat Monastery

    32 reviews

    A beautiful day trip... well worth spending the time to get to. You take a tram up to the Monastery over the mountain... The Black Madonna and child are there to be witnessed and remembered.

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