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  • Experience Parc del Laberint d'Horta, Barcelona’s oldest park. While Barcelona is known for its architecture, the city’s green spaces are also worth exploring. Parc del Laberint d'Horta is beautifully manicured with splendid temples, lily-glazed ponds, sculptures of mythological figures, and an incredibly complex cypress maze. The labyrinth is definitely the standout feature. Made of elaborate swirls of thick foliage and evoking the famous Greek myth of Theseus and the Minotaur, the maze can entertain visitors for hours.

  • Take a food tour through La Boqueria and experience a piece of Barcelona’s culinary history. La Boqueria might be Barcelona’s oldest market, reportedly established in 1217 as a mere huddle of meat stalls on Las Ramblas. The market underwent several iterations and wasn’t officially recognized by the city until 1826. The current building that houses the market opened in 1840 with an extension added in 1914 to add a new fish market. Today, the market is home to numerous vendors and a diverse selection of goods, from deliciously fresh smoothies to giant thighs of Spain’s famous jamón ibérico.

  • Enjoy unparalleled views of Barcelona from atop Tibidabo Mountain. Towering above the city Tibidabo mountain is home to the majestic Temple Expiatori del Sagrat Cor as well as a charming amusement park. Hike to the roof of the temple (or take the elevator) to get a closer look at the enormous bronze statue of Jesus. Head over to the amusement park to experience some retro-styled attractions, including a Ferris Wheel which offers great views of the city.

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