Non touristy Barcelona

Barcelona is one of the most touristic cities in Europe. People from all over the world are coming to visit famous La Sagrada Familia or legendary Camp Nou or, for example, have a walk on La Rambla. True story that the City is full of touristic attractions. However, a huge amount of people with cameras and selfie sticks may spoil your impression about even the most fascinating sightseeing, that’s why we made a list of the most beautiful non-touristy places, which are definitely worth visiting. After reading this article you will realize that it’s not really necessary to book an accommodation close to famous monuments to enjoy the city. Nonetheless, with us you may book a fully equipped apartment in any area/district you wish.

Parc Turó del Putxet

Super peaceful and cozy park located at the top of the hill Putxet, An excellent place to have a walk and enjoy cozy atmosphere surrounded by flowers and fascinating views from the hill. Local people of the neighbourhood usually use the park to walk with their domestic animals and have talks with each other.

(metro station “Vallcarca” L3)


Parc del Laberint d’Horta

The Parc del Laberint d’Horta was designed by the margrave Desvall for the catalan aristocracy in the 18th century and is the oldest preserved park in Barcelona.
(metro station “Mundet” L3)

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Temple Expiatory del Sagrat Cor

Not very touristy but really impressive Temple Expiatori del Sagrat Cor located on the mountain of Tibidabo. You may also enjoy amusement park and amazing view to the City of Barcelona.


Bunkers del Carmel

Located at 262 meters above sea level, Bunkers del Carmel offer amazing 360 degree view all over Barcelona. The perfect place to enjoy Barcelona at any time of the day.
(metro station “Alfons X” L4)



Mariblau is a fascination viewpoint to the City and also a bar-restaurant.

( Plaza Doctor Andreu s/n 08035 )


Booking an apartment with us, you may be sure about quality service. We will always answer all your questions about the city and give some advice about interesting places to visit.

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