Unlock the magic of Barcelona

From its fantastic tapas to the dizzying spires of Gaudí, there is plenty to excite the senses in Barcelona. Unlock the secrets of this richly cosmopolitan city with a guide and discover vivid art, beautiful architecture, lively boulevards and hidden bars.

Attractions in Barcelona

Sagrada Familia
Gaudí's towering architectural achievement, and the most iconic building in Barcelona.
Park Güell
Barcelona’s stunning public park, filled with the fantastical forms of Gaudí.
Casa Milà
This magnificent house with its undulating façade was Gaudí's last civil project.
Casa Batlló
Yet another Gaudí treasure, Casa Batlló is a masterpiece of colour and light.
Gothic Quarter
Barcelona’s oldest and most atmospheric district.
La Rambla
A bustling tree-line promenade through the heart of Barcelona.
Plaça d'Espanya
Square built for the 1929 International Exposition
El Born
A trendy neighbourhood with interesting bars, restaurants and stylish boutiques.
Montjüic is an emblematic hill in Barcelona, Spain
Columbus Monument
This cast-iron column celebrates Christopher Columbus, the conquistador that discovered America.
Plaza Reial
This elegant square is a must-see in the Gothic quarter.
Plaça de Catalunya
The historic central point of Barcelona.
La Boqueria
This thriving market is bursting with Catalan culture and fantastic food.
Barcelona Cathedral
A magnificent Gothic cathedral in the old centre of Barcelona, and the seat of the Archbishop of Spain.
Placa del Rei
Meaning 'Kings Square' this 14th century medieval public square is in the Barri Gòtic of Barcelona.
Plaça de Sant Jaume
Plaça de Sant Jaume is the administrative heart of both the city and surrounding Catalonia.
Montjuïc Hill
Historic Montjuïc Castle offers spectacular views of the city and the port.
Tibidabo Mountain
This whimsical mountain offers stunning views of the Catalan capital, and a welcome respite from city life.
Barceloneta is the city's definitive neighbourhood by the sea, it contains one of the city's most loved beaches.
Plaça de les Cascades
Waterfall-lined path in Montjuic
Carmel Bunkers
Barcelona 360° viewpoint, known to be the place where anti-aircraft guns were installed during the Spanish Civil War.
Glòries Tower Observation Deck
Located in the Clot neighbourhood and designed by Jean Nouvel, is considered one of the symbols of contemporary Barcelona with 360° views of the city.
Picasso Museum
A wonderful collection traces Picasso’s creative genius from his roots in Barcelona.
Fundació Joan Miró
A treasure trove of art by Joan Miró, one of Spain’s most prominent artists.
Plaça Nova
See the only publicly displayed work made by Picasso at the "Architects Association Building".
A relaxed neighbourhood off the beaten track with friendly markets, cafés and parks.
A charming historic neighbourhood of steep streets and beautiful gardens.
Church of Santa Maria del Mar
Built in Catalonian Gothic style, this Basilica has been through a lot.
Olympic Port
Originally built for Barcelona's 1992 Olympic Games, this hectic port is worth a visit for great seafood and busy beaches.
Els Quatre Gats
Opened in 1897, it was a meeting place for avant-garde artists and writers to exchange ideas. A frequent haunt of Pablo Picasso.
Casa Vicens Gaudí
Considered one of the first buildings of Art Nouveau, this is the first house designed by Gaudí.
Costa Brava
The wild coast of Spain's northeast, featuring dramatic cliffs, beautiful villages and more.
One of the spiritual homes of Catalan culture, atop a mountain with spectacular views.
Montserrat Abbey
A Benedictine monastery that is a famous pilgrimage spot and a source of great local pride and identity.
The Black Madonna
"La Moreneta" in Spanish is Catalonia's patron, this 12th century wooden statue is dedicated to her.
Montserrat Museum
Contains work from some of Spain's most famous painters, including the gifted El Greco, Picasso and Dalí.
Tortilla Española is a traditional tapa dish - a definite must when in Spain.
A meat ball dish known as "Mexican Soul Food", it originated in Spain and was taken to Mexico by the conquistadors.
Calamari is deep fried squid covered in batter, a popular dish in Spain and elsewhere in the Mediterranean.
Camp Nou Stadium
The home stadium of the mighty Barcelona FC, one of the top football teams in the world.
Barça Museum
The Barça Museum was inaugurated in 1984 within Camp Nou facilities to display the history and achievements of the Barcelona Football Club.
Palau de la Musica
This beautiful concert hall is designed in the Catalan modernista style by the architect Lluís Domènech i Montaner.
Fossar de les Moreres
Memorial to the defenders of Barcelona who died in the siege of 1714
Parc de la Ciutadella
Scenic city park housing the Catalan Parliament
Barcelona’s picturesque riviera is a hotspot for seafood, sunbathing and more.
Fast food - the Spanish way.
There's no shortage of shopping opportunities in the Catalan capital.
Tossa de Mar
Originally a fishing village, this small town is now one of the Costa Brava’s most popular historic attractions.
Cascada Monumental
Huge fountain in the Parc de la Ciutadella
Theater Grec
A replica of a Greek ampitheater which was made for the Barcelona 1929 International Exposition
Montjuic Cable Car
A great way to see the city...
Magic Fountain
Large fountain that can be illuminated with sound effects for special occasions
Spanish pinchos
A small snack, typically eaten in bars, made of a slice of bread and various toppings above.
Mirador de l'Alcalde
Admire the stunning views of the city from above!
Barça trophy cabinet
The Barcelona Football Club is one of the most successful, in the Barça trophy cabinet we can appreciate those achievements over the past years.


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