There are plenty of low- to no-cost sites to explore in Barcelona. No trip to this Spanish city is complete without seeing the Gaudí Fountain, the Barcelona Cathedral, and the famous street of La Rambla. While there, wander the remains of Roman-built Barcino, snap the perfect panoramic photo from atop Collserola Hill, and explore the old medieval shipyard at the Maritime Museum (free every Sunday after 3 p.m.).
If you’re an art enthusiast, you should also visit The Barcelona Museum of Contemporary Art, which features hundreds of beautiful exhibits. On most days, the price of admission is 11 euros, but you can get in free on Saturdays after 4 p.m.
Love to dance? Enjoy professional Tango lessons
in the heart of the Gothic Quarter. The lively music, blood-pumping dances and complimentary drinks won’t be the only thing you’ll swoon at—prices for these lessons start at only $22 per person.
You and your family will also enjoy the VR Experience Barcelona
, starting at $27 per person. During the experience, game masters will guide you through a fascinating new world. Keep in mind that children must be at least 8 years old to participate.
You can keep up your fitness during your vacation by running. But that wouldn’t be as fun as combining yoga and paddle surfing in a Sup Yoga
class, starting at $31 per person. This activity is perfect for small groups or solo travelers looking for an inexpensive way to try something new and stay fit. Participants must be 18 or older.
Afterward, you might want to relax while you explore Barcelona’s beautiful streets and hear about its history. The Barcelona Rickshaw Tour
is the perfect way to do this, with tickets starting at $39 per person.