What to do in Barcelona: visit this exclusive terrace

What to do in Barcelona: visit this exclusive terrace

Nicola Kopij Zanin Nicola Kopij Zanin

Nicola Kopij Zanin

The warm weather, vibrant atmosphere and historical architecture will make you fall in love with Barcelona. Follow our tips to make sure you live it to the fullest.

 What to see in Barcelona (including a surprise for you)

The Sagrada Familia Church was designed by the renowned Spanish architect Antoni Gaudí. Over the years it has gained the status of the most iconic landmark of Barcelona, alongside other unique buildings such as Casa Batlló, La Pedrera (otherwise known as Casa Milà) and Park Güell.  

Everyone in Barcelona heads to admire Sagrada Familia as there is no Basilica quite like this one. With over 3 million visitors a year, Sagrada Familia has become the most visited landmark in Spain.  A curious fact about this architectural gem: the construction process of the church has never been finally completed and is still ongoing today. The completion date is expected to be somewhere around 2026. 

There are many ways to admire such a beauty, but none is quite as stunning as the one we are ready to bring to you - from above. Did you just tell me you made available a gorgeous skyline view over Barcelona, including its most renowned site? Correct! 

View of Sagrada Familia Church from a private terrace in Barcelona

If there is one thing that Spanish people love, it’s rooftops. You definitely want to check out a stunning terrace available on Viewnary which faces the Sagrada Familia and lives up to the magnificence of the Basilica. This lovely gem will revolutionize the way you admire historical buildings and landmarks. Your friends, family and even your Instagram followers will adore the pics you will take from up there. “Fotem un café”, as the locals say, translates to “Let’s go for a coffee” - do it with a wonderful skyline in the background.  

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