Barcelona

Attractions

Palau de la Música Catalana

The spectacular Palau de la Música Catalana or Orfeó Català is one of the most popular tourist attractions in the city of Barcelona. A concert…

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Palau de la Música Catalana

Parc de la Ciutadella

The Citadel Park or the Parc de la Ciutadella as it is also known, lies on the edge of the old city. When the park…

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Parc de la Ciutadella

Park Güell

Park Güell was created as an expression of modernism during the cultural resurgence of Barcelona and the region of Catalunya. Landowner Eusebi Güell saw a…

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Park Güell

Palau de la Generalitat de Catalunya

Palace History Located in the Ciutat Vella district of Barcelona the building dates back to the 15th century and boasts a beautiful Gothic façade along…

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National Museum of Art Catalunya

High up on Montjuic is MNAC or Museu Nacional d’Art de Catalunya housed in the majestic national palace. The gallery museum showcases mainly Catalan artwork…

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Mount Tibidabo

Arguably the best panoramic vistas of Barcelona are from Mount Tibidabo, at 512 metres it is the tallest mountain in the Serra de Collserola. Overlooking…

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Museo Frederic Mares

  Barcelona’s Sculpture Museum Inside you’ll find an array of pre-roman artefacts that date all the way up to the present day, a floor filled…

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Pedrera Building

Gaudi Architecture Located in the Eixample district of the city this five-floor house was built between 1906 and 1912 and boasts an unusual façade that…

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Picasso Museum

Nestled in the heart of Barcelona is the intriguing Picasso Museum, this display is dedicated to the artist’s work and ranges from his blue period…

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San Pol de Mar Beach

What to Expect This family-friendly beach is the perfect spot for a day trip. You can enjoy sunbathing on the sands, swimming in the refreshing…

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Sitges Town

About the Town This former fishing village is a charming old town and is dotted with impressive renaissance and art nouveau buildings and home to…

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Sagrada Familia Cathedral

Antoni Gaudí’s masterpiece is the one of the main attractions for visitors to Barcelona. Gaudí was born in Reus to the south of the city,…

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Sagrada Familia Cathedral

Port Vell

The Port Vell translated as Old Harbour is situated at the foot of the main tourist thoroughfare of Las Ramblas. Many visitors overlook the Port…

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Port Vell

Plaza de Cataluna

What’s Here Nine of the cities most important streets lead off the 5,000 square foot Plaza including Passeig de Gracia (a luxury shopping street) and…

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Poble Espanyol

The Poble Espanyol or Spanish Village is situated in the Montjuïc area of the city. Listed as the fourth most popular tourist attraction in Barcelona…

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Poble Espanyol

Montserrat

Things to Do The monastery sits high at 1236 metres above the valley floor and can be accessed by train or cable car, inside you’ll…

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Montseny

Things to do The town sits amongst some of Catalonia’s most beautiful landscapes and is surrounded by rolling mountains, rural villages and historical sites to…

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Cathedral de Barcelona

History The cathedral was built on the grounds of a former church and construction lasted hundreds of years, carried out between the 13th and 15th…

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Eixample

Passeig de Gracia Shopping The district is within walking distance from most of Barcelona’s biggest attractions and is serviced by the metro. Many tourist head…

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El Born Barcelona

El Born has grown into one of Barcelona’s most fashionable areas, it was originally a settlement which was built upon an area which used to…

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