Visiting Barcelona, ​​getting lost in its streets, is a spectacular experience. But the charm of the city becomes even more evident if we look at its beauty from one of the many viewpoints open both day and night.

The one most frequented by tourists and locals is the viewpoint of the Turo de la Rovira, located in the Carmel neighbourhood. From there, with Barcelona at our feet and the Mediterranean Sea at the back, it is possible to enjoy a panoramic view of the whole city, together with all its monuments and unique buildings: the Sagrada Familia, the Eixample, Mount Tibidabo etc.

Another special viewpoint is the Castle of Montjuic, located near the port and the perfect spot to enjoy the city view at sunset while sipping a drink. There is also a third option: climb up the Collserola Tower, the highest viewpoint of the city (560 meters above sea level) and a unique place that offers a different perspective of Barcelona.

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