3 Day Barcelona Itinerary

Barcelona is a great city full of culture and whose historic buildings, monuments and museums are waiting to teach you about its rich past. To make the most out of your time in Barcelona, we’ve put together a suggested itinerary to show you how you can spend three days in the capital and see the best of Barcelona. Start discovering Barcelona, now!

Day 1 Attractions Ticket Price

Barcelona Walking Tour

Explore Barcelona with an expert guide and choose from one of two Barcelona Walking Tours - the Old Town Tour or a Gaudí Modernism Tour. In Out Tours Barcelona will guide you around the city, bringing Barcelona to life for this fascinating 3 hour tour. They’ll open up the Old Town and Gothic Quarter, or take you on a journey of Modernism among Gaudí's most famous buildings and monuments.


Casa Milá

Casa Milá, popularly known as ‘La Pedrera’ (the stone quarry), is another one of Gaudí architectural masterpieces in Barcelona. Built between 1906 and 1912, the building is loved for its unique shape and façade, winning it the ultimate plaudit as a UNESCO World Heritage Site as a cultural centre, as well as its symbol of Catalan Modernisme, or Catalan Art Nouveau period.


Casa Batlló

Deemed the crowning architectural work of Antoni Gaudí Casa Batlló is a must-visit on anyone’s trip to Barcelona. As one of the most popular attractions in Barcelona, this historic building is a great representation of the mark Gaudí made on Barcelona – and the influence he had on modernism. Enjoy a free smart guide as you explore the attraction which will bring to life Gaudí's legacy and the history of the Batlló family.


Casa de les Punxes

One of Barcelona's most iconic art nouveau buildings, Casa de les Punxes (translated to the House of Spikes) is a National Historical Landmark built in the shape of a medieval castle, featuring amazing ceramics, stained glass windows, ironwork, paintings, a sculptural façade and stunning rooftop. A can't miss when in the city!

Day 2 Attractions Ticket Price

Hop-On-Hop-Off Bus tour

Discover the best of Barcelona on the official sightseeing tour of the city.  This 1 Day hop-on, hop-off tour allows you to see the top sights and attractions the city has to offer. With a choice of 3 different routes, the blue route will take you from Placa Catalunya through to the FC Barcelona stadium, while the red route will take you out towards Montjuic and Port Vell and the coastal Green route enjoys the best views of the city’s beaches. 


Barcelona FC Stadium & Camp Nou Tour

The Camp Nou Tour (Barcelona FC Stadium & Tour) has become a must-do tour for visitors in Barcelona, especially the football fans! The largest football stadium in all of Europe, this unique Experience gives you the chance to walk through the most iconic areas of the stadium for an exclusive look behind-the-scenes. Tour duration: 1.5 hours


L’Aquàrium de Barcelona

L’Aquàrium de Barcelona is one of the most fascinating attractions in Barcelona and a great one for all the family. Boasting Europe’s only Oceanarium, you can see over 11,000 animals, 450 different species, walk through an underwater tunnel and see live feedings and shark divers. Look out for some of the star species, such as giltheads, moray eels, ocean sunfish, rays and the sand tiger shark and the sandbar shark.

Day 3 Attractions Ticket Price

Barcelona Bike Tour 

The Best of Barcelona Bike Tour is the perfect way for an adventure-loving visitor to explore and experience this vibrant city. Take in the incredible architecture, fascinating history and its beautiful Mediterranean sea-front on two wheels as you’re guided through the city for just over 3 hours.


Gaudí Exhibition Centre 

The Gaudí Exhibition Centre is the first museum dedicated to the work of Antoni Gaudí located in a very special place next to the Cathedral, in the city centre. The museum houses Walking with Gaudí, an indispensable and enjoyable way of understanding the great architect. This journey includes a spectacular 180º video prologue, a virtual reality area, audio-visuals created especially for the exhibition, multimedia, holograms, stage sets, models, documents and unique pieces.


Recinte Modernista Sant Pau

Recinte Modernista Sant Pau is one of Europe’s most important Art Nouveau complexes and not to be missed when you’re visiting Barcelona. Explore these impressive buildings of great Art Nouveau architecture, as well as manicured gardens and permanent exhibitions. Celebrating Lluís Domènech i Montaner's most important work, the complex of Recinte Modernista Sant Pau also considered one of the most significant restoration projects in recent years.


Las Golondrinas Boat Tour

See the sights of Barcelona on a 40 minute boat trip with Las Golondrinas. Enjoy a 9 mile tour of Barcelona’s port, setting sail from the Colom, passing the iconic sights of the city from the World Trade Centre, Castell de Monjuïc, the W Hotel and Maremagnum – among others!


Visiting these attractions without The Barcelona Pass would cost over €223 on entry fees! Get a 3 Day Barcelona Pass and save over €73 on tickets.