Things to see in Barcelona
Les Fonts del Llobregat are one of the most impressive natural phenomena in the Catalan Pyrenees, just 150 kilometres from 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.
Plaça Reial is the liveliest square in Barcelona’s centre. A beautiful meeting point at all times of day, and into the night.
This basilica, popularly known as the Temple of Tibidabo, offers unique views of the Catalan capital, and its mix of styles surprises all visitors.
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 Olympic Port of Barcelona is one of the busiest leisure spaces in Barcelona. Below we present the most iconic restaurants and nightclubs.
Eusebi Güell’s exquisite residence was one of the Catalan artist’s first commissions, at a time when he was strongly influenced by Moorish and Oriental art.
Fira Barcelona in the Catalan capital is a fantastic showcase for businesses, but also for innovation and art.
This historical sports complex, with capacity for 60,000 spectators, hosted the opening and closing ceremonies of the Barcelona Olympics.
Over a decade ago, the famous novel Cathedral of the Sea by Ildefonso Falcones triggered visits to this exquisitely beautiful Gothic church sited just a few metres from the Mediterranean.