Barcelona is one of the most visited cities in the world. The Sagrada Familia or the Park Güell are some of the marks with which Antonio Gaudí decorated the city in a spectacular way, although where the art of Barcelona is truly appreciated is strolling through its streets. Parks, gardens, seafront and beaches, museums, theatres, architecture, design and fashion, sporting and musical events and an incredible gastronomic offer.
Barcelona is one of the most cultural cities in Europe. You will find the National Art Museum of Catalonia (MNAC), the Picasso Museum and the Joan Miró Foundation, among many others. We also shouldn´t forget the theatres in the Paral·lel area, the great performances of the Lyceum and the Palau de la Música or the many concerts and festivals with the most popular artists.
Barcelona hosted the 1992 Olympic Games and has an important network of sports infrastructures such as the Barça stadium.
The city also has a wide range of leisure activities for all ages and public and during all hours of the day: the Tibidabo Park, the zoo, concert halls, bars and restaurants, parks, museums...
Barcelona is one of the great fashion capitals of the world, where shopping lovers can enjoy at the Passeig de Gràcia and Portal del Àngel. Special mention for markets such as La Boquería and the many shopping centres (El Triangle, Arenas, Maremagnum...).
Being located between the sea and the mountains, Barcelona also enjoys the best products and a famous high-quality gastronomy.
Two jewels of Gaudí's modernism. La Pedrera is a surprising building you have to see and Casa Batlló is a building that has become an art myth.
Las Ramblas is one of the main arteries of Barcelona and one of the best-known places in the city. 1.3 kilometres full of tourists and street artists.
The Sagrada Familia is the best known and most characteristic monument in Barcelona and the maximum exponent of the modernist architecture created by Gaudí.
It includes several museums and attractions such as the Magic Fountain, the Olympic Stadium and the Palau Sant Jordi.
El Parque Güell is a huge garden with peculiar architectural elements made by the remarkable architect Antoni Gaudí.
The Gothic Quarter is the oldest area of Barcelona and one of the most beautiful. It is recommended to visit the Cathedral of Santa Eulalia and the Plaça Reial.
Barça's football stadium has become one of the most visited places. Admission includes a tour of the stadium and visit to the museum.
The Palau de la Música, the Music Palace, is one of the most special concert halls in the world and the great Theatre of the Lyceum is the oldest and most prestigious active theatre in Barcelona.
At 512 meters high, it is one of the best viewpoints in the city. Also, there is the Tibidabo amusement park, the oldest in Spain.
The National Art Museum of Catalonia (MNAC) is one of the most important museums in Barcelona. The Picasso Museum contains the largest collection of Picasso works in the world.
With an area of more than 17 hectares, the park is one of the main lungs of the city and an oasis away from traffic and rush.
La Boquería is a municipal market located in Las Ramblas. It is one of the most emblematic points and an absolute must for its mix of colours, flavours and atmosphere.