Canaletes fountain on La Rambla is a major meeting point and place to celebrate city events. Cast iron fountain with four taps and crowned by a street lantern with four lights, it even has a little fountain for dogs.
Located in the heart of Barcelona: on La Rambla 16 - Portaferrissa fountain dates from 1680, builder unknown; the tiles you see today date from 1959 created by ceramicist Joan Baptista Guivernau.
The layout of the park stretches over three levels, like layered terraces. The labyrinth, the central feature of the premises, is in the lower area. Water, together with the plants, is the main character throughout park. Overall, there are over 20 water features −(pools, fountains, reservoirs, canals, waterfalls) − which help a large variety of plant species to grow. Free admission on Wednesdays and Sundays.
The cybernetic fountain Can Fabra is designed by the architect Ramon Llopart and was opened in 1995; it is located in front of the Can Fabra industrial building in Sant Andreu area. Every day this musical and interactive fountain entertains with parabolic and vertical jets and a spray system with water arrangements in fixed and sequential figures. The fountains is located not far from Sant Andreu underground station.
Magic Fontain is one of the top attractions in Barcelona - synergy of light and music. 2,600 litres of water are pumped through this great fountain per second in three concentric pools. Free admission.
There are several companies offering free walking tours that cover major sights of Barcelona.