1. Climbing in MontjuÏc
Try your hand at rock climbing in the safety of the Climbat climbing centre at La Foixarda on Montjuïc. Start with Climbat 1, a series of three one-hour classes for beginners, which costs €59.
Learn the ancient art of archery at the Club Arc Montjuïc. The 10-hour introductory course consists of five two-hour classes and costs €180. Once you’ve completed the course, you can apply for club membership.
Ever looked at the kids by the MACBA and wished you could skateboard? Longschool is on hand to help, whatever your skill level. Classes take place in Parc del Fòrum and prices range from €20 for group classes to €35 for individual sessions.
4. Beach Fit Barcelona
Summer’s not so far away, so if you care about your beach body, get in shape with Beach Fit Barcelona. Classes cost €8 each, or pay €40 per month and attend all the classes you want (7am and 8pm on weekdays, 9am and 10.30am on Saturdays).
5. Ping pong in the parks
There are more than 100 ping pong tables in the city’s parks, free for anyone to use. Buy some rackets and balls at Decathlon for less than €10 and you’ll have hours of fun at your fingertips.