Top 10 plans to make in Barcelona in autumn

Top 10 plans to make in Barcelona in autumn - Fisa Rentals

With no doubts, Barcelona is well-known because of its diversity and its wealth of leisure activities. Did you know fall is one of the best seasons to visit Barcelona? Here are our Top 10 favorite activities for this season of the year.


#1 Cooling off on Barcelona's best beaches

Beaches such as Barceloneta, Somorrostro or Bogatell have become popular destinations frequented by both locals and visitors to the city. They are ideal for sports activities such as paddle surf or renting a boat to discover the beaches from new perspectives.


#2 Taking a boat ride in Ciutadella Park

Being one of the largest parks in the city, it is considered an open-air museum thanks to its variety and quality of sculptures and artworks scattered inside. We recommend a pleasant boat ride on its main pond.


#3 Going to the rooftop of La Pedrera

Barcelona is undoubtedly synonymous with Gaudí, with works as important as Casa Batlló or Sagrada Familia. On the rooftop of the Casa Milà, also best known as La Pedrera, you can enjoy open-air concerts with spectacular views of the city.


#4 Tasting local products at La Boquería

The iconic market located in the heart of Las Ramblas is the best meeting place to taste authentic tapas and typical regional products. Come in and discover the best bars and restaurants inside the market.


#5 Watching the sunset at Búnkers del Carmel

We love the panoramic views of the city, and one of the best places to see all of Barcelona is the viewpoint of Turó de la Rovira and the famous Bunkers of Carmel. The best time to see the sunset is between 20h and 21h, and it is one of the memories you can not miss during your stay in Barcelona.


#6 Shopping in Paseo de Gracia

The renowned Barcelona's "milla de oro", one of the most important shopping avenues in the country, is well-known because of its wide variety of national and international brands, where fashion ones outstand. Have fun strolling from store to store and find your next look in a fashion avantgarde city.


#7 Discover the secrets of Barri Gòtic

The famous Gothic Quarter of Barcelona takes its name from the artistic movement, embodied in the Cathedral of Barcelona or the breath-taking Catedral del Mar. Discover the lampposts designed by Gaudí in the Plaza Real while having a drink in its terraces, or go to the Palau de la Música to contemplate its spectacular glass vault and an acoustics you've never heard before.


#8 Contemplating the interior of the Sagrada Familia

If we talk about Gaudí, this is probably his most well-known work worldwide. About to be completed, the Sagrada Familia is a temple with a design that will take your breath away, becoming the most visited monument in the country and a symbol of the city.


#9 Get lost into the Horta Labyrinth

Have you ever been inside a real labyrinth? If the answer is no, make sure to visit the Horta Labyrinth Gardens, the oldest, preserved one in the city, where you will find a touch of design that will transport you to Italy. Will you be able to find the exit?


#10 Watch a football game in the Camp Nou

The home of the FCBarcelona team, popularly known as Barça, is a soccer shrine where unforgettable finals and matches have been played. Whether you are a fan of the team -a culé- or not, visiting the field and its museum, or attending one of the matches, is an experience that will make you vibrate during your visit to the city.


Which is your favourite plan?

Make them all during your stay with Fisa Rentals. Our apartments are located in the most popular and vibrant areas of Barcelona, such as Las Ramblas, Passeig de Gràcia, Plaza Catalunya or Les Corts. Renting an apartment per days in Barcelona is the best option to discover the city at your own pace and without restrictions, plus our modern buildings will make you feel at home, equipped with everything you will need so you enjoy a perfect stay.

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