In this section you can discover the most interesting attractions in the effervescent Barcelona: read here all the articles about Gaudi's buildings, theaters, parks, churches, markets and the best angles of the city! Or, look for the museums..

Pedralbes and the Monastery

If you have already visited the main attractions in Barcelona and think you have seen everything, there is always still the neighborhood of Pedralbes and its Monastery..

Barcelona Cathedral

Barcelona is a city with a wealth of churches: as you stroll along the streets in the center, you'll find various masterpieces of Gothic architecture on every corner with the vast Cathedral being the most emblematic.

Plaza Catalunya

Every city has a central point in relation to its urban and social development and in Barcelona, this is the Plaça Catalunya...

Camp Nou Barcelona Stadium

Camp Nou isn't just the biggest stadium in Barcelona, it is also the largest stadium in Europe. with a capacity of 99,345 people.

The Palau de la Música Catalana

One of the most popular architectural masterpieces in Barcelona is unquestionably the Palau de la Música Catalana which is situated in the elegant district of El Born, right in the center of the city...

La Rambla en Barcelona

The street is known by various different names... La Rambla, or Las Ramblas, and its not entirely clear whether this covers the one avenue or other streets as well..

The Liceu Theater

The Liceu Theater is just one of the many attractions that can be found on Barcelona's La Rambla, located right by the exit from the Liceu Metro stop on the Green Line L3…

Torre Agbar

One of the iconic symbols of Barcelona, in addition to the historic Sagrada Familia, is the modern outline of the Agbar Tower which is illuminated at night, filling the city's skyline with its brilliant colors. 

Aquarium Barcelona

The Aquarium in Barcelona is the world's largest when it comes to the Mediterranean.  Find out more details about it in the article below!

Tibidabo Amusement Park

If you are new to Barcelona, you may be wondering what the illuminated panoramic wheel is on top of a hill to the north of the city which becomes visible as the sun goes down. 

Basilica of Santa María del Mar

The Basilica of Santa María del Mar is one of the churches that lights up the center of Barcelona with its Gothic beauty.  Situated in the neighborhood of El Born, its history is amazing and.......

La Boquería

La Boquería is one of the many covered food markets in Barcelona, but this is the most well known...

Palau Güell: Gaudi's Palace

Palau Güell is one of the first works that was commissioned by the impresario and politician Eusebi Güell who also employed the innovative architect, Antoni Gaudí...

The Poble Espanyol

There is a place in Barcelona where you can get to see the whole of Spain built to scale.  We're talking about the Poble Espanyol..

La Pedrera or the Casa Milà

La Pedrera is a stunning building which owes its name to the peculiar shapes that were devised by the original architect, Antoni Gaudí, who was commissioned to design this building by Señor Milà, and for this reason, it is also know as the Casa Milà.

Gaudi's Casa Batlló

Located in one of the most lively parts of the elegant Passèig de Gràcia,Casa Batllónever fails to astonish passers-by with its sinuous forms and its vivacious decoration...

Park Güell

One of Barcelona's most famous attractions is undoubtedly Park Güell, the spectacular park which was created by the architectural genius of Antoni Gaudí...

The Sagrada Familia

The Sagrada Familia is effectively the symbol of the city of Barcelona, without question.  This is the one place that no tourist should miss out on seeing...

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