Exploring Park Guell, Barcelona.
If you ever decide to visit Barcelona, Park Guell should be at the top of your to-do list. It is a mixture of secret weaving paths, brilliant architecture, and amazing views of Barcelona. I went in July, too hot for some, but just right for me. If escaping the city is what you are after, then you can spend a few hours strolling around soaking in the views and enjoying some of Gaudi’s best work. There is even Gaudi’s house, which for around 8 euros, you can enter and explore. Not actually spectacular but there are definitely some interesting parts to it.
The main feature is when you climb to the top, where the cross stands, although a little busy, it shows Barcelona at its best, but be careful, there isn’t much room! If you just fancy a bit of playing on the swings, it has them too!