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Traveling to Spain there’s no question that the typical traveler targets the destinations of Madrid, Barcelona, and Mallorca but while you work on your bucket list of must-sees also take the time to experience the lesser-known gems. If you’re looking for Barcelona’s real spirit, take a stroll through the Gracia neighborhood. Discover the quieter way to visit Parc Guell or visit the lesser-known Parc del Laberint d[Horta. Experience the Cactus Garden on Montjuic or the Botanic Garden with its array of trees and shrubs from around the world.
The Poble Espanyol museum also called the Spain village consists of 117 full-size buildings representing every region in Spain. While it was originally built as a temporary construction for the Barcelona International Exhibition, its popularity and demand from the people of Catalunya resulted in the buildings remaining.
As one of the most popular places in Barcelona, there’s no surprise that you’ll be among hundreds of other tourists who will pay a fee to enter the section that gives the most Instagram photos. However, their view is only from a small part of the park, A less known view is by climbing up the Northern mountainside where you can see all of Barcelona in total relaxation and absolute quietness.
Located between the Castell de Montjuic and the Olympic stadium is where you’ll find this less visited Botanic Garden filled with trees and shrubs from Southern Australia to the Mediterranean.