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Barcelona Cathedral
Barcelona Cathedral (Catedral de Santa Eulalia) is located in the very heart of Barcelona, in the Gothic Quarter, La Seu Cathedral or the Cathedral of Barcelona is one of the most visited sites in...
La Boqueria
Welcome to one of the most amazing sites in Barcelona – the world’s famous La Boqueria food market, a bustling place abounding in flavors and color. You will find it as an offshoot of La Rambla...
La Sagrada Familia
One of the main tourist attractions of Barcelona is the famous Sagrada Familia church which was designed by the great modernist architect Antoni Gaudi. The church is a UNESCO World Heritage Site...
Camp Nou
Camp Nou is one of the greatest football stadiums of all times. It has been hosting FC Barcelona home games since it was built. With the capacity of 99354 seats, it is the largest stadium in Spain...
Park Güell
Park Güell is one of the most beautiful and special public parks in Barcelona and one of Antoni Gaudi's most famous works. It is composed by gardens and architectonic elements...
Casa Batlló
Casa Batlló is a building that was renovated by Antoni Gaudí for a businessman named Josep Batlló and it became one of the most impressive buildings of Barcelona and a must-see site for...
Plaça d'Espanya
Plaça d'Espanya, alongside with Plaça de Catalunya, is one of the two main squares of Barcelona. It is one of the most famous and beautiful places of the city of Barcelona...
Plaça de Catalunya
Plaça de Catalunya is one of the two main squares of Barcelona (The other one is Plaça d'Espanya). It is a beautiful, huge site with a very long history...
L’Aquàrium de Barcelona
L’Aquàrium de Barcelona (Aquarium Barcelona) is one of the main tourist attractions in Barcelona. It is situated in Port Vell which is a famous entertainment center...
La Pedrera - Casa Milà
Casa Milà is one of the most famous tourist attractions of Barcelona. It is situated in Eixample, and similar to many other buildings in that district, it was designed by Antoni Gaudí...
MACBA
The Barcelona Museum of Contemporary Art (Museu d'Art Contemporani de Barcelona), abbreviated as MACBA, is one of the most famous museums in Barcelona...
Teatro Museo Dalí
Teatro-Museu Dali (Museum of Salvador Dali) is one of the most significant works of the world-famous surrealist artist, Salvador Dali. It is located around 140 km outside of Barcelona, in town...
Fundació Joan Miró
Joan Miró i Ferrà is considered to be one of the main symbols of the Catalan nationality and Barcelona. Together with Gaudi, Picasso and Dali he is one of the biggest artists of Barcelona...
Museu Picasso
Museu Picasso is a museum dedicated to the famous artist Pablo Picasso. The museum, established March 1963, is situated in the heart of Barcelona city center at the El Born quarter, a few...
Museu De La Xocolata
Museu de la Xocolata (Chocolate Museum) is one of the popular attractions of Barcelona. It is not one of the most famous attractions, but it is definitely located in the top 20 attractions...
Parc de la Ciutadella
The Parc de la Ciutadella (The Citadel Park) is the main park of Barcelona, ​​which also includes the Catalan Parliament, the zoo and the museums of zoology and geology...
Parc d'atraccions Tibidabo
The Parc d'Atraccions Tibidabo (Tibidabo Amusement Park) is a small amusement park situated on a mountain near Barcelona...
Montjuïc Castle
Montjuïc Castle is an ancient military fortress dating back to 1640, located in the Montjuic area of Barcelona. The fortress is part of the long history of the city of Barcelona...
Saint Pau Hospital
Though it seems strange that a hospital is a famous tourist attraction, L'Hospital de la Santa Creu i Sant Pau (Hospital de Sant Pau) is one of the main tourist attractions of Barcelona...
Mirador de Colom
Mirador de Colom (Columbus Monument) is located in between Barcelona’s old port, which is called Port Vell, and La Rambla area. It is quite close to famous attractions as the Aquarium Barcelona...
Sinagoga Major de Barcelona
The Sinagoga Major de Barcelona (Ancient Synagogue of Barcelona) is located in the Gothic Quarter, in the old city of Barcelona...
Montserrat
The Monistrol de Montserrat (Monastery of Montserrat) is one of the most famous attractions in Spain, it is visited by many tourists. It is an ancient Benedictine abbey...
CosmoCaixa
CosmoCaixa (Science Museum) is the science museum of Barcelona. The museum is named after the local bank, La Caixa, which supports science and research in Catalonia...
Passeig de Gràcia
Passeig de Gracia is a central and one of the most important boulevards of Barcelona. It is situated in the Eixample, starts at Placa de Catalunya, crosses Avinguda Diagonal...
Santa Maria del Mar
Santa Maria del Mar, which means “Saint Mary of the Sea”, is a church located in El Born quarter of Barcelona. Its name comes from the fact that it is very close to the beach of Barcelona...
Palau de la Música Catalana
Palau de la Música Catalana (Palace of Catalan Music) is an impressive building built in the old part of Barcelona in the Rivera...
Estadi Olímpic Lluís Companys
Estadi Olímpic Lluís Companys (Olympic Stadium Lluís Companys) was established in 1927, right before the International Fair...
Museu de Cera
Museu de Cera (Wax Museum) is located in the southern part of La Rambla boulevard in Barcelona. It is situated close to Port Vell and to Mirador de Colom...
Poble Espanyol
Poble Espanyol (The Spanish Village) is a village in the Montjuic area in Barcelona. Its aim is to present the characteristics of the colorful and culturally, architecturally diverse Spanish life...
Gran Teatre del Liceu
Gran Teatre del Liceu (Opera House Liceu) is a theater in Barcelona. It is adjacent to La Rambla boulevard and it is close also to Palau Güell and to Barcelona Cathedral...
Palau Güell
Palau Güell (Güell Palace) is a building designed by the famous architect Antoni Gaudi for his rich patron, Eusebi Güell i Bacigalupi. It is situated in the old city of Barcelona near El Raval...
Mercat de La Concepció
The Mercat de La Concepció (Food and Flower Market) is located in the Eixample district in Barcelona, near the Passeig de Gracia and the eastern part of Avinguda Diagonal...
Plaça de Sant Jaume
Plaça de Sant Jaume is the ruling center of the Catalonia region and the center of the Gothic Quarter of Barcelona's Old Town. The square that holds the name of King Jouma is named after a church...
Avinguda Diagonal
Avinguda Diagonal is the broadest and most important boulevard of Barcelona. It is about 10 km long and it cuts Barcelona in two, diagonally (that is the reason it is called “Avinguda Diagonal”)..
Torre Agbar
Torre Agbar is a 144.4 m high and 38-story skyscraper. Because of its unique shape, it is often mentioned by local people as the “Blue Cigar”. The construction is located in the northern part...
Filmoteca de Catalunya
Filmoteca de Catalunya (Film Archive of Catalonia) is located in the center of Barcelona, near Port Vell, in the southern part of El Raval. It was first opened in February of 2012 and it is...
Avinguda del Paral-lel
Avinguda del Paral-lel is one of the most central and most important streets in Barcelona. It is 2.5 km long, it begins from Plaça d'Espanya and ends in Port Vell, passing through well-known areas...