The Top Places for a Selfie in Barcelona

Park Guell Barcelona
May 12, 2016

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Beautiful Barcelona – one of the world’s cultural capitals filled with fabulous art, magnificent architecture and endless photo opportunities. If you’re planning on checking out some of Barcelona’s attractions, you’ll want to get some awesome selfies in the process!

1. With the Park Güell dragon

The Gaudi Park is full of quirky sculptures and designs that make great selfies, but I challenge you to resist the colourful mosaic dragon guarding the front steps!

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2. The Sagrada Familia

Queues for Barcelona’s most famous monument can be around the block (unless you have queue-jump tickets), so you can perfect your selfie angle while you’re waiting.

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3. Camp Nou Stadium

Home to one of the world’s greatest football clubs – the Camp Nou Stadium tour is one of Barcelona’s major must-dos!

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4. Casa Batlló

You’ll find this incredible gothic building in the middle of Passeig de Gracia, the most expensive street in Spain.

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5. Casa Mila (also known as La Pedrera)

Another of Gaudi’s legendary constructions, and possibly one of the weirdest buildings you’ll have ever seen.

6. La Rambla

You’re pretty much guaranteed to walk along this famous Boulevard at least once when you visit Barcelona.

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7. The Magic Fountain of Montjuïc

One of the city’s most romantic spots. Grab your sweetheart for a quick snap with the fountains dancing behind you!

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8. Plaça de Catalunya

The centre of it all! You might want to switch to Panoramic mode for this one….

Did I miss one? What’s your favourite place to get the ultimate Barcelona selfie?

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Farrah Hedwat

Farrah is AttractionTix’s resident Copywriter. A city girl at heart, her best-loved travel moments are exploring new cities across the world like Barcelona or Los Angeles. Farrah’s favourite things are eating, sleeping, shopping and animals (but mostly animals). Her pet hates are bad grammar and other writing-based “offences”.