Barcelona will have this year a new viewpoint with privileged views of the city. This new viewpoint located in the park of Collserola, in the neighborhood of La Mercè de Pedralbes, where we find the Finestrelles water deposit, will join the more than 20 viewpoints that already exist and will give us a new vision of the perfect city to enjoy it and admire it.
Many residents of the area and tourists already enjoyed this point of the city, although now the City wants arrange the space and access as it has done with other viewpoints known as the Bunkers of Carmel, the MNAC or the Tibidabo.
From the Finestrelles viewpoint, you will be able to appreciate the views of the Montjuïc mountain, the Olympic area, the FC Barcelona stadium, the whole Les Corts district, the new Diagonal Mar area and even El Prat airport, between icons and most symbolic monuments of the city. A skyline for the planned memory to be inaugurated for this year 2018.
Access to the viewpoint, the path of Finestrelles is a walk that borders the Mercè district in Pedralbes and is parallel to the well-known “Passeig de les Aigües”, from Pearson Avenue to the Sant Joan de Déu Hospital in Esplugues de Llobregat,
Access that will be adapted and duly signaled for your comfort and information. A quiet space with fabulous views.
Barcelona is a charming city, and until it can be opened, you can enjoy the skyline of the city from other viewpoints. Know them.
The Bunkers del Carmel have a history. They were built in the Turó de la Rovira, in the north of the city during the Spanish Civil War and many of the places on the Turó de la Rovira have spectacular views of Barcelona.
The views of Barcelona from the Tibidabo are some of the most famous with a height of 500m. Just fantastic.
Park Güell is one of the best viewpoints in Barcelona. In addition to green areas and being one of Gaudí’s most well-known and iconic works, the Park Güell has spectacular views of the Gràcia neighborhood and the Sagrada Familia that can not be missed.
The “Mirador de Colón” was inaugurated in 1888 for the Universal Exposition and was dedicated to Christopher Columbus.
Although the “Mirador de Colón” is a narrow viewpoint where very few people can climb at the same time, it is in an unbeatable location and has 360º views of Barcelona.
The National Art Museum of Catalonia have a magnific collection of Romanesque art (considered one of the best in the world) but you can also enjoy the views of Barcelona from its terraces.