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Palau Reial de Pedralbes is a beautiful building built in the early 20th century located in the district of Les Corts, right next to Avinguda Diagonal. The palace is surrounded by an enchanting garden filled with sculptures, fountains and different kinds of trees. You can sit down on a bench to read while listening to the soothing sound of the water and disconnect from the city.
This charming cloister located by the CCCB (Centre de Cultura Contemporània de Barcelona) is a peaceful retreat in the Raval neighborhood. The terrace bar inside the cloister is a perfect place to grab something to eat or drink and have a good read.
Plaça Sant Felip Neri is a small hidden square located in El Gòtic district, and is arguably one of the most beautiful and picturesque places in Barcelona. All of the buildings that surround the square have a lot of history behind them; the most significant is the baroque church which gives the square its name.
Palau Robert was built between 1898 and 1903 as a residence for the aristocrat Robert Robert i Surís. The building now belongs to the Catalan government and holds exhibitions and concerts. This neoclassical building is surrounded by gardens, which make it a perfect getaway from the city’s noise.
The Miramar viewpoint is named for the incredible view of the Mediterranean sea it offers. It is located by the Miramar Gardens in Montjuïc, which were created for the celebration of the 1929 International Exposition. Here, you’ll be able to sit down, relax, and admire the amazing sights of the city.
This beautiful park, also located in Montjuïc and built at the same time as the Miramar Gardens, is named after famous Catalan poet Joan Brossa. It’s another green area in Barcelona where you’ll be able to relax, take in the sun and read peacefully.