Museums in Barcelona
The best place to gain an insight into the character of Antoni Gaudí is at his own home, which provides information about his life and displays furniture designed by the architect himself.
The old Royal Shipyards building, a wonderful example of Catalan Gothic civic architecture, houses an essential collection of pieces to help you understand the city’s maritime history.
The Old Port of Barcelona offers a myriad of leisure and entertainment options, from the Maremàgnum shopping centre and the Aquarium, to boat excursions on golondrinas.
The Museu d’Art Contemporani de Barcelona (MACBA) hosts a large collection of works from the second half of the twentieth century in its avant-garde building.
CosmoCaixa proves that science can be promoted in a fun and accessible way. Explore the past and future during your visit.
Located in the heart of the old city, this district of narrow winding streets offers us a journey back through the centuries-old history of Barcelona.
The Parc de la Ciutadella is Barcelona’s most central park. It is also one of the most popular for relaxation, fun and shows.
Girona, a city with rich heritage and delicious food, is less than 40 minutes away from Barcelona by train and a perfect place to go on a short break from the city.
Capturing the essence of a country wasn’t an easy task, but with the Poble Espanyol, they managed it. Since 1929, they’ve been inviting visitors to take a tour of the entire country, without even leaving Barcelona.