How To Visit Barcelona Without Actually Visiting It?

Barcelona is home to countless historical structures, buildings, and monuments that are visited by people all over the world. The city is also home to several striking buildings designed by architect Antoni Gaudi. Apart from this, Barcelona is also popular for its clean beaches where one can ride bikes along the boardwalk. So one mustn’t miss an opportunity to visit this city. 

Now, even if you cannot visit Barcelona due to your finances, you can now visit the place virtually. The experience is as real and exciting as visiting the place in person. 

  • The Picasso Museum

 The Picasso Museum has some of the best paintings and sculptures by famous artists. These masterpieces run through five adjoining palaces. You can now visit the Picasso museum virtually as the museum has added a walkthrough tour of the place online, where one can tour the building and the courtyard that dates back to the 15th and 13th centuries.

  • Joan Miro Foundation

The Joan Miro Foundation is perhaps another significant place in Barcelona. The rooms and gardens here are dotted with the playful and bold pieces of Barcelona-born artists. Further, the hilltop museum has also launched Miro at home with activities that can be tried at home. They also offer videos that can best describe the place from within, without actually having to visit it. 

  • Meeting the locals

The most important aspect of actually visiting a new place is to get to know the people and the culture there. Without this, the experience remains incomplete. The tour company with locals has launched a series of online live experiences. So the people wanting to visit Barcelona can actually do it while sitting at home and also support small traders and businesses. 

  • Work of Antoni Gaudi

When you visit Barcelona, you visit the work of Antoni Gaudi. The architect’s masterpieces are all over the city and you can get a chance to actually watch his work closely through virtual tours. You can thus wander through Casa Batllo’s rooms with columns and colorfully stained glass. You can also visit the unfinished masterpiece of Antoni Gaudi, the most popular, Sagrada Familia. 

So if visiting Barcelona is too difficult for you for some reason, you can make the best out of the situation by virtually taking a tour of a city, which is nothing less than heaven. Barcelonian VR tours can offer some of the best sites and places of the city.