Les Fonts del Llobregat are one of the most impressive natural phenomena in the Catalan Pyrenees, just 150 kilometres from Barcelona.
Collserola is Barcelona’s green lung, a mountain range that shelters the city to the west and boasts some of its finest panoramic views.
The park, completely designed by the artist, is a flagship of Catalan Modernism, in which nature and architecture meld together into a dreamlike world.
Plaça de Catalunya is the very heart of Barcelona, through which a multitude of people pass to enjoy its shopping and leisure options.
The Parc de la Ciutadella is Barcelona’s most central park. It is also one of the most popular for relaxation, fun and shows.
Breathe in the sea air in La Barceloneta, a beautiful neighbourhood situated between Port Vell and the beach that ardently holds onto its traditions.
The Catalan capital is the perfect place for solo tourism thanks to its wide variety of activities that let you do everything from taking time out to reflect to meeting new people.
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.
The Park of the Labyrinth of Horta is home to the old garden of the Desvalls family, boasting stunning landscaping with both Neo-Classical and Romantic features.
Montjuïc Castle provides one of the finest viewing points in the whole of Barcelona, but it is also an invaluable witness to the city’s turbulent history.