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Barcelona – World Architecture Mecca

Situated in thе Nоrth Eаѕtеrn раrt of Spain, on the bеаutiful Mеditеrrаnеаn соаѕt, lies thе city оf Bаrсеlоnа. The Cаtаlаn сарitаl iѕ bеѕt described аѕ a colorful mеtrороliѕ thаt оffеrѕ the реrfесt blend оf сulturе, hiѕtоrу аnd modernism. Aѕ a mаttеr оf fасt, оnlу a few European cities offer ѕuсh a vаѕt range оf cultural experiences, аnd bу choosing tо ѕtау in оnе оf thе mаnу Barcelona араrtmеntѕ, уоu will hаvе thе сhаnсе tо ѕоаk uр аll thе соuntlеѕѕ rеѕtаurаntѕ, mesmerizing ѕightѕ, fаѕhiоnаblе ѕhорѕ, art museums, ѕunnу beaches and еxсiting nightсlubѕ thаt will аll bе оn уоur doorstep.

A Shоrt Infо Abоut Bаrсеlоnа

Thе coastal town of Bаrсеlоnа, Spain has a hiѕtоrу thаt ѕtrеtсhеѕ оvеr 2,000 уеаrѕ. Hаmilсаr Barca, the father of Hаnnibаl, оnсе wаlkеd these very ѕаmе ѕtrееtѕ. Bаrсеlоnа was fоundеd in 230 B.C. during the firѕt Puniс War. Thе town оссuрiеd a strategic роint оn thе Mеditеrrаnеаn Sea and in аnсiеnt dауѕ the tоwn severed as trаding hub whiсh аllоwеd thе city tо flourish. In mоdеrn timеѕ it rаnkѕ as thе ѕесоnd largest Sраniѕh сitу in Sраin with a population оvеr 1.5 milliоn реорlе. Bаrсеlоnа ѕеrvеѕ аѕ the сарitаl оf Catalonia. In gеоgrарhiсаl tеrmѕ the lосаtiоn of Barcelona iѕ оn thе Mеditеrrаnеаn Cоаѕt, аnd exactly it is lосаtеd bеtwееn twо rivеrѕ named as Llоbrеgаt аnd Besos. If dеѕсribing it more, then it iѕ bаѕiсаllу lосаtеd оn thе nоrth side оf thе реninѕulа.

Whеrе tо Gо аnd Whаt tо Dо

Givеn bеlоw аrе thе рорulаr tоuriѕt ѕроtѕ in Barcelona:

  1. Lа Sаgrаdа Fаmiliа

    Thе jеwеl of Antоni Gаudi'ѕ wоrk iѕ the mаin attraction оf thе сitу, еvеn thоugh he couldn't finiѕh it. Whаt tourists lоvе tо dо is to climb thе ѕtерѕ lеаding tо a tоwеr in еасh оf thе fасаdеѕ; thiѕ оffеrѕ thеm a реrfесt view оf the architectural ѕрlеndоr and of the city.

  2. Lа Rаmblа

    Lа Rаmblа is thе street thаt never sleeps; it is always расkеd with street реrfоrmеrѕ аnd раvеmеnt bars which serve the fаmоuѕ tараѕ. Thе реrfесt рlасе fоr ѕоmе ԛuаlitу fun.

  3. Cаtаluniа'ѕ National Art Museum

    Thоѕе who аrе in love with аrt will аdоrе thiѕ рlасе, whiсh iѕ a celebration оf Cаtаlаn Art. The frеѕсоеѕ, the furniturе objects designed bу Antoni Gaudi and thе Rоmаnеѕԛuе Cоllесtiоn аrе thе mаin аttrасtiоnѕ оf thе muѕеum.

  4. Thе Montjuic Gardens

    If уоu wаnt tо escape of the сitу'ѕ nоiѕе, gо tо thе Mоntjuiс gаrdеnѕ. Yоu will bе ѕurrоundеd bу luѕh vegetation in the middlе оf civilization; these gardens аrе thе реrfесt рlасе fоr a mееting with your thоughtѕ, аѕ thе views that ѕurrоund уоu are extremely rеlаxing. Thе bоtаniсаl gardens, the views tоwаrdѕ thе sea аnd thе muѕеumѕ offer thе gаrdеnѕ a special aroma and аtmоѕрhеrе that hаѕ tо bе tеѕtеd bу аnуоnе whо viѕitѕ Bаrсеlоnа.

  5. L'Eixаmрlе

    Thiѕ is a рlасе where dеtаil stands оn tор; thе buildings have еxԛuiѕitе modernist facades whiсh рlеаѕе thе еуе оf the tоuriѕt. It is a рlасе thаt аnуоnе should viѕit at lеаѕt once.

  6. Muѕеu Piсаѕѕо

    A great celebration оf the gеniuѕ in раinting, the Piсаѕѕо Museum iѕ thе реrfесt рlасе tо ѕреnd a fеw hоurѕ ѕurrоundеd bу hiѕ wоrkѕ, by hiѕ ѕсеnt, аnd bу his ideas.

  7. Thе Sаntа Maria Mаr Church

    This Gоthiс Church iѕ thе embodiment of the rеligiоuѕ devotion of thе Spaniards. Viѕit it аnd уоu will undеrѕtаnd this.

  8. Pаrk Guell

    Guell's garden city is a wonder thаt уоu will аdоrе, аѕ it iѕ a place full of good tаѕtе аnd аrсhitесturаl gеniuѕ.

  9. Cаmр Nоu

    An iсоn оf thе сitу is the football сlub whiсh рlауѕ on thе fаmоuѕ Cаmр Nоu Stadium. Yоu will have a grеаt еxреriеnсе аlоng with thе other 100,000 ѕресtаtоrѕ аnd undеrѕtаnd the fighting ѕрirit of Spaniards.

  10. Thе Mаritimе Museum

    Lаѕt but nоt lеаѕt, visit thе Mаritimе Muѕеum. Thе ѕеа оссuрiеѕ аn important place in Spain's hiѕtоrу, ѕо уоu will better understand аll thе past events.

Aссоmmоdаtiоn in Bаrсеlоnа

Thе viѕitоrѕ get wonderful diѕсоunt in Barcelona ассоmmоdаtiоnѕ аѕ wеll. Mоѕt Bаrсеlоnа hоtеlѕ аrе conveniently located аnd diffеrеnt tourist аttrасtiоnѕ are еаѕilу reachable. Thе city hаѕ ѕоmеthing fоr everyone and аt еvеrу budget all thrоugh thе уеаr.


Bесаuѕе the city is located bу thе Mеditеrrаnеаn Sеа it enjoys a vеrу wаrm аnd wеlсоming сlimаtе throughout the year. Sо no mаttеr what time of уеаr you visit thе сitу уоu аrе sure tо enjoy yourself. Cеrtаinlу during the wintеr аnd spring months in the city it is advisable tо bring ѕоmе сlоthing to protect you аgаinѕt thе rain аnd thе drор in temperatures.


Sagrada Família

403 Carrer de Mallorca, Barcelona
This impressive church is unfinished, but remains one of Gaudí's masterpieces. Construction began in 1882 and Gaudí worked until his death in 1926. The basilica is still under construction (currently only 8 of the 18 towers that Gaudí wanted to build are completed), but it is already open to the public. The basilica was to be completed in 2026, one hundred years after the architect's death. His appearance is great. The basilica has three majestic facades, each of which represents a significant event in the life of Christ: Nativity Façade of the Nativity of Jesus, Passion Facade dedicated to the Passion of Jesus during his crucifixion and glory facade that represents his glory after the Resurrection , The interior is also breathtaking thanks to its high ceilings and tree-like columns. Gaudí used the light in the design of the cathedral - admire the colorful windows and the play of light between the walls of white marble. Reserve your tickets in advance to avoid long queues, and note that the turret tickets are not included in the base ticket. Various guides are available for both individuals and groups on the official website.
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Park Guell

08024 Barcelona, Spain
This beautiful park was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1984. It was designed by Gaudí and is by far the most beautiful park in Barcelona and one of the highlights of your visit. Explore it and experience the amazing connection between architecture and nature. Climb up the hill to enjoy one of the best views of the city and end your visit with a picnic lunch. There are two zones in the park. One is free for visitors, the other (Monumental Zone) requires a ticket. The monumental area consists of the pavilions of the porter's lodge with the dragon's staircase leading to the hypostyle room. Built as a market, it consists of 86 pillars similar to the Doric order, and its ceiling is decorated with mosaics. The center of the monumental zone is the artificial natural site with a view of the lovely Austrian gardens. The ticket for the Monumental Zone is assigned per time zone. You can enter up to 30 minutes after the assigned start time. Watch out for long queues, reserve your ticket in advance or arrive early. The Plaça de la Natura is currently being reconstructed and is partially closed. You can still visit the rest of the park.
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Casa Batlló

43 Passeig de Gràcia, Barcelona, ES
The facade of this building will inspire you on the tour. It is definitely worth a visit as one of Gaudí's masterpieces. The house was awarded in 2004 with the European Nostra Award for the best conservation of architectural heritage. Casa Batlló has been open to the public since 2002. You can visit the former residence of the Batlló family (Noble Floor), the former storage rooms and washrooms (The Loft) and the roof terrace. Unlike other museums, Casa Batlló, you are invited to touch and explore whatever you want. Also, the device you receive for your tour will bring many objects to life. It's really a magical experience. Buy your ticket in advance to avoid queues. Wi-Fi is available throughout the property.
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Casa Milà

261-265 Carrer de Provença, 08008, Barcelona
Casa Milà, also known as La Pedrera, is another masterpiece by Gaudí - an impressive modernist building that attracts many visitors. No wonder this building has been declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. If you look at the exterior, note that Gaudí tried to avoid straight lines, everything is deformed and dynamic. Modernity is everywhere - from the ventilation towers on the roof to the beautifully designed iron gate or the detailed decoration of the balconies. Gaudí also had the idea of ​​an underground car park, which was something new at the time. La Pedrera is one of the most popular attractions in Barcelona. Buy your ticket in advance to avoid waiting times. Audio guides in 10 languages ​​are included in your ticket.
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Magic Fountain of Montjuïc

Avenida Maria Cristina, 08004 Barcelona, Spain
The fountain, located just below the Palau Nacional, was designed in 1929 for the International Exhibition in Barcelona. It was a very ambitious project and at that time not many people believed in its success. However, the fountain was completed and it worked as it should with a colorful lighting and 2,600 liters of water going through this fountain every second. Since the 1980s, the show has been accompanied by music that is always different. Especially with tourists, but also with children it became a popular attraction. Come early to get some seats before the show starts, you can have a drink or a snack while you wait. The show starts every half hour, the start and end times vary depending on the season.
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Parc de la Ciutadella

Passeig de Pujades and Passeig de Picasso 08003 Barcelona, Spain
Enjoy a nice day in this huge city park, which offers many attractions. The park includes a lake, a zoo, the Parliament of Catalonia and the Museum of Natural Science, consisting of a museum of zoology and a museum of geology. The most famous attraction of the Park de la Ciutadella is the monumental waterfall La Cascada. It faces the lake and was built in 1888 for the universal exhibition of architect Josep Fontseré with a little help from Antoni Gaudí, who was then an unknown student. The design is based on the Trevi Fountain in Rome. You can row boats on the lake or wander around and admire the sculptures. The most important work of art is definitely the replica of Josep Llimona's beautiful sculpture "Desconsol". Your children will love to climb the large stone sculpture of the mammoth, which is located next to the waterfall.
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Montjuïc Castle

08038, Barcelona
As part of the city walls, this castle was an old military fortress. It was renovated in the 17th century and served as a military prison until 1960. Allegedly during the civil war from 1936 to 1939, regular executions took place here. Afterwards it was converted into a military museum, which was closed in 2009. Today you can take a tour of the castle and visit permanent and temporary exhibitions dedicated to the history of the castle and the hill. Part of the exhibition is dedicated to the trials and executions that took place here when the castle served as a prison. The place also hosts educational exhibitions and cultural events. Go to the terrace for a 360º view of the city. It takes about 25 minutes to walk from the top of the funicular to the castle, but you can also take a cable car that ends right outside the castle. The castle can also be reached by car or by bus, which leads around the mountain Montjuïc.
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Montjuïc Park

Avinguda de Miramar, 08038 Barcelona, Spain
The low hill overlooking the port of Barcelona is a nice place to spend your free time. The park hosted the International Exhibition of 1929 and the 1992 Summer Olympics. Here you will find several sports facilities built for the Olympic Games and the Olympic Tower designed by Santiago Calatrava. Do not forget to visit the botanical garden with its beautiful plants and trees or some of the most important museums, such as the Fundació Miró and the National Art Museum of Catalonia. The famous Magic Fountain is also to be found here. The easiest and fastest way to get to the top is with the funicular (included in the subway ticket) and the cable car that will take you directly to the castle. If you have enough time, you can take a trip and go for a walk.
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Picasso Museum

15-23 Carrer Montcada
If you are a fan of the Cubist painter Pablo Picasso, you should definitely visit this museum with its drawings and paintings. The museum is housed in five palaces from the 13th and 14th centuries. It opened in 1963 and was the first museum dedicated to Picasso's work. The permanent collection includes more than 3,500 works of art. Most of them were donated by Jaime Sabartés - former secretary and friend of Picasso. Please note that if the museum is free, there are long queues. Take advantage of the free wardrobe service for bags larger than 30 × 30 cm and do not take pictures.
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Barceloneta Beach

Passeig Marítim de la Barceloneta, 08003 Barcelona, Spain
This fine sand beach is located in the same area and is popular with locals and tourists for its nightlife. The promenade is lined with many restaurants serving fresh seafood and traditional Catalan and Spanish dishes. You should also try sangria - a popular drink made with red wine and fruit. See the Homenatge a la Barceloneta monument created by the famous artist Rebecca Horn and Frank Gehry's futuristic sculpture "Peix d'Or". On a sunny day, the city's most popular beach can get pretty crowded. If you prefer a quieter location, choose one of the beaches further away from the center.
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Camp Nou Stadium

Carrer d'Arístides Maillol 12, 08028 Barcelona, Spain
Since its completion in 1957, the large stadium has hosted the famous FC Barcelona. Here you will find important international sporting events as well as big concerts. Major events that took place here include a 1982 FIFA World Cup semi-finals or the 1992 Summer Olympics football competition. With nearly 100,000 seats, it is the largest stadium in Europe. You are welcome to take a tour and explore the stadium grounds and facilities of your favorite football team. The Barça Museum was opened in 1984 and is a must for any football fan. Get your tickets online to secure your entry. Of course, FC Barcelona is available in the souvenir shop.
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Montjuïc Cable Car

Avinguda Miramar, 08038 Barcelona, Spain
Opened in 1970, this funicular will take you to the hilltop in a moment. Hop into one of the cabins, enjoy the 750-meter-long ride and take in the fantastic panoramic views of the whole city as well as the sea. It makes for a quick way to reach the top of the Montjuïc hill and the Montjuïc Castle - especially suitable for families. There are three stations: Parc Montjuïc Stop, Castell Stop, Mirador Stop. A single ticket allows you to get from any station to another station of your choice. Return tickets encompass two single tickets - they have to be used on the same day. The cable car is adapted for people with reduced mobility. No dogs allowed.
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Olympic Stadium Lluís Companys

Passeig Olímpic, 15-17, 08038 Barcelona, Spain
A multipurpose arena, originally built for the 1929 International Exposition. Important sports championships take place here, including the 1992 Olympic Games. The stadium is named after Lluís Companys i Jover, the President of Catalonia from 1934 and during the Spanish Civil War. After the war, he exiled to Germany but was captured by Gestapo and Francisco Franco had him executed in 1940.
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Olympic Port

Edificio de Capitanía, S/N, 08005 Barcelona, Spain
The port was established before the 1992 Summer Olympics and then served as a location for sailing events. After the Games, the marina turned into a recreational area and nowadays brings a lot of fun to its visitors. It is full of hotels, restaurants, and bars - the nightlife here is pretty busy especially on Friday and Saturday nights during summer. However, you can also visit this area in the daylight and enjoy the view of the boats anchoring there. Two skyscrapers were built here to house athletes during the Olympic Games. Now they are used as an office building and a 5-star luxury hotel.
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Plaza Monumental de Barcelona

749 Gran Via de les Corts Catalanes, 08013
Also known as La Monumental, this imposing building used to serve as a bullring. In fact, it was the last public bullfighting arena operating in Catalonia, until the ban on bullfighting was passed by the Catalan parliament in 2010. The building was also the only Art-Nouveau bullring in the world, although you can spot Mudéjar and Byzantine influences on the facade. The venue is now home to a small bullfighting museum with matadors' costumes, vintage posters, and other memorabilia. It is also used as an entertainment venue, for example for concerts, theatre performances, or circus spectacles.
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Arenas de Barcelona

The shopping mall was originally built between 1889 and 1900 as a bullring in a Moorish style. However, it was long unused and so the bullring turned into a lively entertainment and shopping complex. The shape and the facade of the arena stayed the same, but now it houses shops, movie theatres, and a Rock Museum.
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Sant Miquel Beach

Easily accessible, this beach is one of the oldest and most popular beaches in Barcelona. There are many restaurants, ice cream kiosks, and sports and rental facilities. Lifeguard services, showers, toilets, information points and Wi-Fi are available here.
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Nova Icària Beach

Located in the heart of Barcelona, this 400 meters long golden sandy beach is lined with bars and restaurants as well as ice cream kiosks. Perfect for swimming with its calm clear water, it has a lifeguard service, showers, changing rooms, public toilets and Wi-Fi available. Beach umbrellas can be rented here. When you get tired of sunbathing, you can play beach volleyball or table tennis. There's also a designated play area for children.
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La Rambla

This long pedestrian street is lined with cafes, bars, shops and souvenir stalls. Always bustling, performances by street performers are common here - there are often street musicians, living statues and mimes. The boulevard is 1.2 kilometers long and leads from Plaça Catalunya to Mirador de Colom, overlooking Port Vell. As you walk down the street, you will also see many other attractions, such as the city's oldest theater or the Virreina Palace. The famous La Boqueria market is also worth a visit. Do not miss Joan Miró's colorful pavement mosaic in the middle of the boulevard, which is often neglected by tourists. The nearest metro station is Liceu (line L3).
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La Boqueria Market

91 la Rambla, 08001, Barcelona
This colorful market is one of the largest and most famous food markets in Europe. The traditional market offers almost everything you could ever need - there are stands selling fruits, vegetables, meat, fish, seafood and countless other local products. Also come for the souvenirs or just enjoy the atmosphere. Opened on the day of Saint Joseph in 1840, it is also known as Mercat de Sant Josep. In addition to the stalls, there are also bars where you can buy a lunch or a snack. You can have everything from pizza to seafood. Since the market is a popular tourist attraction, be prepared for large crowds.
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Casa Calvet

48 Carrer de Casp, 08010
This fascinating building designed by Gaudí is definitely worth stopping by for its neat facade. Throughout its history, it was used as a commercial property but also as a residence and most recently as a restaurant. You may notice that its style doesn't resemble Gaudí's later works much. Other famous buildings by Gaudí (such as Casa Batlló and Casa Milà) are asymmetrical, experimental and very playful whereas Casa Calvet looks rather modest. This is caused by the building's location – the whole district and the surrounding buildings are rather elegant so Gaudí chose to adopt​ the style, while still incorporating some of his famous "modernista" features.
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St Catherine's Market

16 Avinguda de Francesc Cambó, 08003, Barcelona
A large spacious market dating back to the middle of the 19th century. Built on the site of a former convent, it is hidden under a colorful eye-catching roof. The roof was added in 2005 by Enric Miralles and Benedetta Tagliabue after a restoration that took seven years. It is covered with multicolored ceramic tiles and has the shape of a wave. Local producers sell fruits, vegetables, flowers and also fish and meat here. You can drop by for some breakfast, tapas or a cup of coffee. It is less busy and not as crowded as the more famous markets such as La Boquería.
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Museum of Chocolate

36 Carrer del Comerç, 08003
Welcome to chocolate heaven! You can admire chocolate sculptures as well as replicas of buildings in this nice museum. You will also learn about the history of chocolate and its importance for the ancient cultures of Latin America. Additionally, the museum shows the manufacturing of chocolate. Various events and workshops are held here, for example, you can learn how to make sculptures from chocolate.
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Sant Antoni Market

56 B Carrer del Comte Borrell, Barcelona
This 19th-century building houses a food market where you can buy fresh local produce - vegetables, fruit, meat and fish. During the week, the stalls outside offer a wide range of goods, such as clothes, shoes, homeware and more. Second-hand books are sold here on Sundays. It's worth stopping by at least for the architecture.
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Hard Rock Cafè

Plaça de Catalunya, 21, 08002 Barcelona, Spain
Come and enjoy classic American burgers in a modern and very stylish pub, where you can admire a lot of memorabilia related to rock music. The restaurant features an outdoor Hard Rock Terrace, where you can observe Las Ramblas.
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Ciudad Condal

18 Rembla Catalunya
Opened in 1997 and named after the old name of the city of Barcelona, this is the place you need to go to if you want to have amazing tapas. The place boasts an amazing selection of food, everything fresh and natural. Of course, they also offer great wines and beer. Prepare to wait for some time, because this place does not accept reservations and it gets pretty crowded, especially in tourist season. It's a great value for money and it is surely worth the wait. The nearest metro station - Passeig de Gràcia - is about a 2-minute walk away and you can get there by lines L2, L3 and L4.
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Cervecería Catalana

236 Carrer de Mallorca, 08008, Barcelona, ES
If you want to taste the best tapas in the whole Barcelona, come to this restaurant! Other meals are also delicious here.
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Going Out

Royal Square

Plaça Reial, 08002 Barcelona, Spain
This collapsed square with palm trees is a popular meeting place. During the day and at night it is full of locals and tourists - there are many cafes, restaurants and popular nightclubs. Also open-air concerts or New Year's Eve take place here. The place attracts tourists also because of the Fountain of the Three Graces and the two designed by Gaudí lanterns. The fountain is in the middle of the square and shows three women - Euphrosyne, Aglaea and Thalia. They are the daughters of Zeus, goddesses of charm, beauty and fertility. The lanterns are right next to the fountain. The nearest subway station is Liceu, line L3.
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The Barceloneta

This triangular neighborhood is the very first urban development project in Europe. It was built in the 18th century for the residents of the Ribera district who had to move from Barcelona to build the Ciutadella. Until then, it was only inhabited by a few native fishermen. You should not miss Barceloneta Beach - the liveliest beach in Barcelona - and also have a few drinks and original tapas or paella in the bars on the beach. This neighborhood never sleeps no matter when you visit it. It always has something special to offer.
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Palau de la Música Catalana

4-6 Carrer del Palau de la Música, 08003, Barcelona, ES
This beautiful concert hall was designed by Lluís Domènech i Montaner and built between 1905 and 1908 in the style of Catalan modernism. It is the only concert hall in this style to be listed by UNESCO. The concert hall boasts a richly decorated facade and splendid stained-glass windows. It fits about 2,200 people and it is the only auditorium in Europe that is illuminated during the day only by natural light. Petit Palau opened in 2004. It's located in the modern part of the building which was added during the restoration in the 1980s and has a capacity of 538 people. It is a flexible venue that has great acoustics and offers the latest audiovisual technology. Various performances and music festivals take place here. Take a guided tour to get the best of your visit, but reserve your ticket in advance, these tours fill up quickly. Please note that there are no cloakrooms available.
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Gran Teatre del Liceu

La Rambla, 51-59, 08002 Barcelona, Spain
One of the most beautiful buildings in Barcelona where many of the greatest singers perform. Built in 1847 on the site of a former convent, this unique opera house hosts major opera and ballet productions as well as classical concerts. Liceu hosted performers like Domingo, Pavarotti, Caballé, Callas or Tebaldi. The second largest Wagner Festival in the world also takes place here. The building burnt down in 1861 and then again in 1994, but it was renovated according to the original plans. During the reconstruction, the concert hall and stage equipment were modernized and new technology was added. The theater opened in 1999. The opera house is open daily for a variety of tours which will show you the main areas of the building. The highlights include the old Renaissance-style Lobby, the Auditorium, the Mirror Hall and finally the Cercle del Liceu, a British-style private club founded in 1847. Note the decorations in the rooms and great paintings by Ramon Casas.
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Plaza del Pino

Plaça del Pi, 08002 Barcelona, Spain
Stop by at this cozy little plaza and enjoy a cup of coffee next to a charming Gothic cathedral. The square is named after a pine tree that stands in its center and it's surrounded by numerous restaurants, cafes, and shops. Steet artists might also appear here.
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Carrer Petritxol

Carrer de Petritxol, 08002 Barcelona, Spain
Walk down this narrow pedestrian street and marvel at the variety of small galleries, chocolateries and shops. Have a hot chocolate with churros, Catalan crème brulée, pudding or pastries. It's a must if you have a sweet tooth.
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Tapas 24

Carrer Diputació 269, Barcelona, Catalonia, 08007, Spain
One of the most popular tapas bars in Barcelona is operated by a renowned Michelin-starred chef Carles Abellan. Their signature dish is a bikini sandwich with toasted ham and cheese, but any other food is delicious here. Reservations are not accepted, so be prepared to wait some time for a seat.
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Passeig del Born

Passeig del Born, Barcelona
The history of this street goes back to the medieval times. It was used for executions in the 16th century and Philip V's troops occupied it after the Siege of Barcelona in 1714. Boasting many popular nightclubs and bars, this avenue is always busy. Festive events also take place here.
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Mar Bella Beach

Passeig Marítim de la Mar Bella, 126, 08005, Barcelona
This urban beach is always busy and popular especially among students and water sports lovers. You can also go on a kayak excursion along the coastline from here. The beach offers all the usual services - showers, toilets, lifeguards, beach umbrellas and even Wi-Fi. Part of the beach is clothing-optional.
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Christopher Columbus Monument

Plaça del Portal de la Pau, 08039 Barcelona, Spain
The bronze statue shows Columbus standing on a globe pointing to America. It was created by Rafael Atché for the 1888 World's Fair. More than 7 meters high, this statue pays homage to Christopher Columbus, who allegedly landed here after discovering America. The statue stands on a high Corinthian column and the pedestal is decorated with allegorical statues. It shows four characters representing the four regions of Spain: the Principality of Catalonia and the kingdoms of León, Aragon and Castile. You can also see some depictions of important scenes from the journey and the coats of arms of Columbus. There is a lift leading to the observation deck. Although it is often crowded, it is worth the view.
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Gardens of Joan Brossa

Plaça de Dante-avinguda Miramar, 08038 Barcelona, Spain
The park was created in 2003 on the site of a former amusement park. Now it is a nice green space ideal for relaxing, walking or for a picnic. The park also features a play area for the children so it's a great choice for a family walk. It is not as popular as some other parks and gardens and it is, therefore, less crowded and more enjoyable. Mainly Mediterranean plants grow in the garden, such as cypresses, pines, and palms. Apart from that, the park celebrates art and poetry with sculptures that are named after the poet Joan Brossa.
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Labyrinth Park of Horta

1 Pg Castanyers, 08035, Barcelona
Visit one of the oldest preserved gardens in Barcelona and enjoy an afternoon in its natural green labyrinth. The garden was built by an Italian architect Domenico Bagutti in 1792 who was hired by a marquis Joan Antoni Desvalls i d'Ardena, the owner of the land. His descendants expanded the park and added a romantic garden. The Desvalls family gave the park to the city of Barcelona in 1967 and it was opened as a public park in 1971. The neoclassical garden consists of three Italian-inspired terraces and the park takes its name from the lower terrace featuring the hedge maze. The former palace of the Desvalls family with an ancient medieval watchtower is also part of the complex. Please note that access is limited to 750 visitors, so avoid exceeding your stay to guarantee access to everyone on days with free admission.
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Barcelona Zoo

Parc de la Ciutadella, 08003 Barcelona, Spain
Founded in 1892, this large zoo is one of the oldest zoos in the world. It is home to more than 7,000 animals - there's a reptile house, a pavilion of monkeys, or an aquarium with dolphins which puts on popular dolphin shows. There are also two large playgrounds, a petting zoo, and a green area if you wish to have a picnic with your loved ones. The zoo is most famous for Floquet de Neu ("Snowflake"), the only albino gorilla who ever lived in a zoo. Sadly, Snowflake passed away in 2003.
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Bogatell Beach

This 600 meters long stretch of golden sand offers a pleasurable seaside experience: the beach is cleaner, quieter and not as busy as the beaches in the city center. Lifeguards, public toilets, showers and kiosks with ice cream and snacks are available here as well as Wi-Fi. There's an area for table tennis, beach volleyball, and beach football. Don't hesitate and bring your whole family with you to enjoy a sunny day on a beach. It is a good choice when you want to take a rest from the sightseeing marathon and just relax for one day. Be sure to check the weather conditions first though.
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Tibidabo is a mountain overlooking Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain. At 512 metres, it is the tallest mountain in the Serra de Collserola. Rising sharply to the north-west, it has views over the city and the surrounding coastline. The summit of the mountain is occupied by the Sagrat Cor church and adjacent Tibidabo Amusement Park. The Torre de Collserola telecommunications tower is a short walk away. All three are prominently visible from most of the city of Barcelona. Designed by Enric Sagnier, the church took 60 years to construct and is topped by a sculpture of the Sacred Heart of Jesus by Josep Miret Llopart.
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España Industrial Park

Carrer de Muntadas 1-37, 08014 Barcelona, Spain
As the name suggests, this park was built on a site of a former textile factory. It now contains many trees, a large plaza, artificial lake and fountains. Several modern sculptures originally created for the 1929 International Exhibition were put here - such as the large metal structure of dragon honoring the patron saint of Catalonia. It was created by Andrés Nagel and it also works as a slide for children.
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El Monte Carmelo

This hill lies by the famous Park Güell, designed by Antoni Gaudí. Enjoy the views over the Carmel neighborhood without the masses of tourists.
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Sant Sebastià

Sant Sebastià beach is located in Barcelona, Spain. At 1,100 meters, it is the longest in Barcelona. This is a sandy beach in the Barceloneta neighborhood of Ciutat Vella district.
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Spanish Village

Avinguda Francesc Ferrer I Guardia, 13, 08038 Barcelona, Spain
The village was built in 1929 for the International Exhibition in Barcelona to show the architectural diversity of Spain. Completed in 13 months, it is something between an open-air museum and a theme park. The park contains very accurate replicas of many remarkable Spanish buildings from fifteen autonomous communities of Spain. There are also craftsmen who work in the village and make handmade items such as blown glass, ceramics or Spanish guitars - the items are then sold to the visitors. The Museum Fran Daurel displays works by contemporary Spanish artists - here you will find paintings, drawings, sculptures and ceramics by Pablo Picasso, Salvador Dalí or Joan Miró. There are also various shops selling gourmet products, restaurants and bars in the area. Here is the famous Flamenco Tablao del Carmen. Guided tours of the village are available in several languages. Dogs are allowed as long as they are leashed. You can reach us by metro station Espanya (line 1 and line 3), trains and buses - stop Poble Espanyol (lines 13, 23 and 150).
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Tibidabo Amusement Park

Plaça de Tibidabo, 3-4, 08035 Barcelona, Spain
Built in 1899, this park is the oldest amusement park in the country and is still in use. All children and adults will love this amazing theme park, where you can enjoy many different attractions and on top of that, great views of Barcelona. The park is divided into two zones which consist of around 30 attractions like rides, the classic roller coaster or the flying chairs. Popular shows also take place here - visit for example the haunted house Hotel Krüeger with real actors or the puppet show in the Marionetarium. The panoramic viewing area is set at the highest point of Barcelona, where you will also find historic attractions like the Big Wheel. Vicky Cristina Barcelona by Woody Allen was filmed here in the park. You can get to the car park by metro, station Vall de Hebron, lines L3 and L5. From there, you can take a shuttle bus to the park (it's free if you show the driver a wristband that proves you paid the park admission - you can purchase it in the car park).
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Central Park of Poblenou

Avinguda Diagonal, 130, 08005 Barcelona, Spain
This innovative park was designed by the famous French designer Jean Nouvel, the architect of the Agbar Tower. His goal was to help transform the formal industrial area of Poblenou and to create a relaxing area for its residents. The park opened in 2008. It contains an old chimney and one of the many old mills that were located in the neighborhood in the past. Most of them were already torn down and replaced by modern buildings. There are two bizarre gardens, plenty of shady trees and a playground for children. The park became a popular meeting place as well as a great spot for relaxing, walking or biking.
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We Pudding

90 Carrer de Pau Claris
With wondrous decorations and delicious snacks, this fairytale-like café is an unbelievable place. The parents can enjoy coffee, pastries, and sandwiches while their kids entertain themselves in the huge play area with various games, books, and chalkboards.
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Muntanya Russa

Muntanya Russa is the name of an amusement ride of Tibidabo Amusement Park, located at level 1 of the park.
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Plaça d'Espanya

This square was built by Josep Amargós for the 1929 International Exhibition. It is located in a historically important place - it is said that the square was used in the past for public curtains. Now it serves as an important transportation hub. The fountain in the center of the square was designed by Josep Maria Jujol, a partner of Antoni Gaudí. The Venetian towers are two red brick towers with observation decks which unfortunately are not open to the public. The square is surrounded by fascinating buildings such as Arenas de Barcelona, ​​a former Moorish-style bullring, or the Palau Nacional, home of the Catalonia National Museum of Art.
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Botanical garden of Barcelona

The Botanical garden of Barcelona is a botanical garden in the Montjuïc hill of Barcelona set amongst a number of stadiums used in the Summer Olympic Games of 1992. Although a botanic garden had been established in Barcelona as early as 1888, the current gardens date from 1999. It should not be confused with the Historic botanical garden of Barcelona founded in 1930 and reopened in 2003, also located in Montjuïc. The gardens specialize in plants and communities from those areas of the world with Mediterranean climates and is divided into areas representing the main areas. These are Australia, Chile, California, South Africa,the western Mediterranean area and the eastern Mediterranean area. A specific section is devoted to the flora of the Canary Islands.
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Parc de L'Estació del Nord

The park was built on the site of a railway station dating back to 1860s which closed in 1972. The park boasts plenty of open space decorated with sculptures created by Beverly Pepper, resembling the style of Antoni Gaudí.
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Cervantes Rose Garden

Av. Diagonal, 706 08034 Barcelona, Spain
The garden boasts more than 200 varieties of roses in all kinds of colors. Get lost in this vast park which is also great for jogging or cycling. The best time to visit it is from April to November when the roses bloom.
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Aire de Barcelona

Passeig de Picasso, 22, 08003 Barcelona, Spain
These extensive thermal baths were built in genuine Arab style. Come here for an intense, rejuvenating experience. Note that the spa is very popular, so book your appointment ahead.
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Mossèn Costa i Llobera Gardens

Mossèn Costa i Llobera is a curious botanical garden in the center of Barcelona, Spain. It is situated at the foot of Montjuïc facing the sea. The park owes its name to the renowned Mallorcan poet Miquel Costa i Llobera. Despite of the gardens taking up around 6 hectares of the Montjuïc hillside, they are some of the least known and visited gardens in the city. The gardens display all kinds of plant and tree species from the desert, subdesert, tropical areas, and highlands. There is also huge collection of cacti originating in many different continents and countries.
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Pedralbes Royal Palace

Avinguda Diagonal, 686, 08034 Barcelona, Spain
This beautiful palace is situated in a vast garden. It was given to the Royal family in 1918 by a wealthy entrepreneur Eusebi Güell and remodeled between 1919 and 1924 in a Neoclassical style. Although it was turned into a museum during the Spanish Second Republic, it soon served as an official residence once again. Franco used it as his residence as well when the Spanish King fled the country. The palace is closed to visitors, but the beautiful gardens are open and well worth the visit. Go see the fountain designed by Antoni Gaudí, Font d'Hércules.
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Parc de la Creueta del Coll

Passeig de la Mare de Déu del Coll, 77, 08023 Barcelona, Spain
A non-urban development turned this abandoned area into a public park. Now it features a modern pool with showers, snack bars and swings making it a great place to relax with your family. The park features an enormous concrete sculpture above the pool. The pool is open only in the summer, but the park is open all year.
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Platja de la Nova Mar Bella

If you want to escape the crowds and enjoy a nice golden sand and some beach games, head here. The beach is mostly visited by locals, so it doesn't get very crowded. The beach has all the usual amenities - a lifeguard, showers, toilets, and disabled access. There are also some beach bars and restaurants.
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Carrer de Ferran

A long street with plenty of bars and restaurants. It used to be one of the most prominent streets in Barcelona, full of expensive shops with jewelry.
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Encants Market Barcelona

69 Avinguda Meridiana
If you don't like commercial brands of goods, search for your original item in the biggest flea market in Barcelona. Dating back to the 14th century, it is one of the oldest flea markets in Europe. There are about 500 stalls with antiquities, second-hand books, clothes, furniture, decorations and much more.
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Chök Barcelona

3 Carrer del Carme
This wonderful place is a must for all donut, cronut, and chocolate lovers. Here you can get handcrafted chocolates, truffles & chocolate bars, cookies, and many more other sweets. Come and taste their products and enjoy a cup of coffee.
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El Corte Inglés

Pl. de Catalunya 14, Barcelona, Catalonia, 08002, Spain
Originally established in Madrid, the only department store chain in Spain has now several stores in Barcelona. This one is the largest in the city. Visit its rooftop restaurant to get some amazing views of Barcelona.
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Llibertat Market

Plaça de la Llibertat, 27 08012 Barcelona, Spain
Local farmers have been selling their produce here since 1888. Nowadays this market is hidden under the roof of a beautiful modernista building which has been remodeled several times in the past. Unspoiled by tourists, mainly food is sold here by the local vendors.
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L'Illa Diagonal

557 Avinguda Diagonal, Barcelona
This shopping center consists of more than 170 various stores, both Spanish and international brands. The underground floor is home to a food market which offers fresh local and exotic products as well as food tastings. There are also many bars and great restaurants. Free Wi-Fi is available in the department store.
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Fàbrica Moritz Barcelona

41 Ronda Sant Antoni
This amazing microbrewery is located in a gourmet area which used to be an old factory. It has a well-stocked store, restaurant and a pub with the longest bar in the city. You can have unpasteurized beer and choose from a variety of tapas.
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Museum of Catalan Modernism

48 Carrer de Balmes, 08008, Barcelona, ES
Housed in a former textile factory, the museum displays collections of paintings, sculptures and decorative arts created by modernista artists - such as Ramón Casas, Antoni Gaudí orJoaquim Miró. Housing over 350 works by 42 artists, it is actually the only museum dedicated solely to Catalan Art Nouveau.
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Herboristeria del Rei

1 Carrer del Vidre, 08002, Barcelona
Established in 1823, this shop with marvelously decorated interior sells around 220 kinds of dried herbs for various purposes. Here you can also get local Spanish honey, essential oils, natural cosmetics, tea, spices, hand-made soaps, but also wine. Some scenes from Perfume: The Story of a Murderer were filmed here.
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Catalonia Square

One of the most important squares of Barcelona and a major transportation hub. It is an ideal place to watch. Live music performances also take place here. When you pass the square, do not overlook its beautiful fountains and statues. There is a monument in honor of Francesc Macià i Lussà, who fought for the independence of Catalonia and was President of the Catalan Generalitat between 1932 and 1933. There is also a statue of Josep Clara called La Deessa. The square is also surrounded by shops, including Corte Inglés, a large Spanish department store.
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Cathedral of Santa Eulalia

Placita Seu, 08002 Barcelona, Spain
Barcelona's main cathedral is the seat of the Archbishop of Barcelona and a magnificent showcase of Gothic architecture - its high ceilings and gargoyles are truly breathtaking. The construction of the main building began in 1298 and was not completed until 1460. The work on the facade began much later, in 1892, and it was completed in 1913. The interior dedicated to the patron saint of Barcelona, ​​boasts a beautiful high altarpiece by the artist Pedro Costa. When you are inside, also note the organ under the bell tower and the beautiful stained glass windows. Visit the chapel to see beautiful Gothic altarpieces and a small museum with Gothic paintings. You can also get on the roof, but only with a ticket. Admission to the cathedral and the cloister is free in the morning and in the evening. If you would like to visit between 1.00pm and 5.30pm, you must first donate to the church.
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Triumphal Arch

Passeig de Lluís Companys, 8018 Barcelona, Spain
Built as a gateway to the World's Fair, held in 1888 in Barcelona. Since then it has become a landmark of Barcelona. It stands at the end of the wide promenade and leads to the Parc de la Ciutadella, where the World's Fair was located. The triumphal arch was built by Josep Vilaseca i Casanovas in neo-Mudejar style. It is about thirty meters high and richly decorated with ornaments. Take a closer look at the Islamic influence. Also note the shields at the top of the arch, representing 49 Spanish provinces. The central sign shows the city of Barcelona.
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Gothic Quarter

Stroll along the winding, cobbled streets, visit some of the galleries and enjoy the historic charm of this vibrant area. The district has some wonderful squares and streets full of sights and restaurants. Here you will find medieval buildings and churches such as Santa Maria del Pi. Stroll around the Cathedral of the Holy Cross and St. Eulalia, explore the Jewish Quarter and visit the History Museum of Barcelona. If you do not feel like sightseeing, you can visit some of the small boutiques or enjoy a drink in one of the many bars. There are numerous subway stations along the neighborhood, the nearest being Drassanes (L3), Liceu (L3), Jaume (L4) and Urquinaona (L1 and L4).
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Church of Santa Maria del Mar

1 Plaça Santa Maria, 08003, Barcelona
The large Catalan Gothic-style church was probably built as early as the 10th century. The construction of today's church began in the 14th century and the foundation stone was laid by King Alfonso IV of Aragon. It has a light and bright interior. The church has been damaged several times in the past, most recently during the Spanish Civil War when it was set on fire. Fortunately, the fire was not high enough and the stained glass windows from the 15th century were spared. Guided tours of the basilica, the crypt and the roof terraces are possible. There is also a neoclassical chapel in the church, which is open for worship.
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National Art Museum of Catalonia

Parc de Montjuïc, 08038 Barcelona, Spain
This museum displays original Catalan art but is also known for its extensive collection of Romanesque paintings. It is located in the Palau Nacional of Montjuïc, a Spanish Renaissance building designed for the International Exposition of 1929. On the ground floor you can admire the collections of Romanesque, Gothic and Renaissance. Among the most notable artists exhibited here are Tiziano, El Greco, Velázquez or Rubens. The first floor displays modern and Baroque art, including artwork by Casas, Gaudí, Picasso, Gargallo and Joan Miró. Please note that you must leave suitcases or large luggage in the cloakroom. After your visit to the museum, enjoy the evening fountain show at the foot of the Palau Nacional. You can reach us with the underground lines L1 and L3 and get off at the stop Pl. Espanya
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La Cascada

Parc de la Ciutadella, Barcelona, Catalonia, 08003, Spain
This beautifully decorated waterfall is opposite the lake. It was built between 1875 and 1881 for the 1888 World's Fair by Josep Fontseré, who turned the citadel into a park. The young Antoni Gaudí supported him in the design, which is allegedly based on the Trevi Fountain in Rome. In the middle of the fountain you can see a Venus sculpture made of white marble, which emerges from a shell. On the triumphal arch stands a golden statue of Aurora and her chariot in a Quadriga drawn by four horses. Climb the steps to the top platform to get a better view of the park.
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House of Spikes

This block of flats was designed by modernist architect Josep Puig i Cadafalch. It is definitely worth seeing - it looks like a beautiful Gothic castle! Note the facade with sculptural reliefs in neo-gothic style and stained-glass windows. It is now open to visitors - visit the house and learn more about the importance and influence of the architect. You also have the opportunity to visit the towers of the house. It's definitely a sight. It has an almost magical charm that you do not see every day and it will not only be interesting for the lovers of architecture.
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Güell Palace

3-5 Carrer Nou de la Rambla, 08001, Barcelona
This large villa, designed by Antoni Gaudí in modernist style, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Gaudí designed the building for his patron, the wealthy industrialist Eusebi Güell. Eusebi Güell was a successful entrepreneur who also commissioned Gaudí to build a housing estate for him. This property was later handed over to the city as Park Güell. Palau Güell was built as an extension of the family home on the Rambla. The palace was built between 1886 and 1890 and is one of the earliest art nouveau showcases. See how Gaudí works with space and light, and notice the chimneys, which are decorated with 20 different mosaic sculptures. Audio guides are available in several languages ​​and included in the entrance fee. Get your tickets online to avoid lines.
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Barcelona Sants Train Station

Plaça dels Països Catalans, 08014, Barcelona
The main railway station in Barcelona for both international and national destinations. It's located in a modern building and all the platforms are located underground. Two metro lines stop here (Green and Blue line), the international bus station is nearby. Renfe train heading to the airport leaves from here every half an hour and the trip takes about 25 minutes. WiFi is not available at the train station, but it's available in McDonalds and Ars Cafe.
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Port of Barcelona

One of the most prominent ports in the Mediterranean is also the largest port in Catalonia and the third largest container port in Spain. The port features seven cruise terminals, nine terminals in total. Ferries connecting Barcelona and the Balearic Islands usually leave from Sant Bertrand Terminal. Tourist buses, as well as shuttle buses, have several stops near the cruise terminals. The shuttle bus goes regularly between the monument of Christopher Columbus and the port.
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Port Vell Aerial Tramway

The Port Vell Aerial Tramway is an aerial tramway in Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain. It crosses Port Vell, Barcelona's old harbour, connecting the Montjuïc hill with the seaside suburb of Barceloneta. The aerial tramway first opened in 1931 and is principally a tourist attraction, used on account of its excellent views of the city and its port. It is operated by Teleféricos de Barcelona S.A. and is not part of Autoritat del Transport Metropolità integrated fare network. Separate tickets must be purchased prior to boarding. The aerial tramway should not be confused with the Montjuïc Cable Car, a gondola lift that links the upper terminus of the Montjuïc funicular with Montjuïc Castle.
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Sagrada Família

Sagrada Família is a metro station in Barcelona Metro network. It is named after the famous, and adjacent, Basílica i Temple Expiatori de la Sagrada Família, a church first designed by architect Antoni Gaudí and still under construction. It is served by TMB-operated Barcelona Metro lines L2 and L5. The station takes the form of two separate sections linked by a corridor within the paid area of the station complex. Both sections also have their own street entrances: The L2 section is located under Marina street, between Mallorca and Provença streets and has two accesses, one at each side of the station. The upper level has two halls.
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Provença–Diagonal station

Provença is the name of a Ferrocarrils de la Generalitat de Catalunya station located under Avinguda Diagonal and Balmes street. The station is served by FGC-operated Barcelona Metro lines L6 and L7, and Metro del Vallès suburban metro lines S1, S2, S5 and S55. Diagonal is the name of an important station in TMB-operated Barcelona Metro network. It is named after Avinguda Diagonal, where the station is located together with Passeig de Gràcia. It is served by TMB-operated Barcelona Metro lines L3 and L5, and it is also connected with FGC station.
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Avinguda Tibidabo

Avinguda Tibidabo is a station of the Barcelona Metro and is the terminus of FGC-operated line L7. The station is situated under Carrer de Balmes at Plaça de John F. Kennedy, the former street's junction with the Avinguda Tibidabo and Passeig de Sant Gervasi.The station was opened in 1954, along with the rest of the branch from the junction at Gràcia station. It has a single terminal track, which ends at a buffer within the station.
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Plaça Molina

Plaça Molina is a station of the Barcelona Metro on the FGC-operated line L7. The station is situated under by Plaça Molina, a square in the Sarrià-Sant Gervasi district. It is connected by an underground pedestrian passageway to the nearby Sant Gervasi station on line L6 of the metro.The station opened in 1953, with the inauguration of the railway section spanning from Gràcia to Avinguda Tibidabo. The link to Sant Gervasi station opened in 2008.The station has twin tracks, with two 60 metres long side platforms. Because of proximity to street level, each platform has its own street access, with the two platforms being linked by an underpass below the track level.
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Barcelona França Railway Station

Marquès de l'Argentera s/n, Barcelona, Catalonia, 08003, Spain
Dating back to the 19th century, the second busiest railway station was restored for the 1929 International Exhibition and then again for the 1992 Olympics. With its marble, bronze and crystal decorations, it is considered to be the most beautiful station in the city. There are twelve tracks and seven platforms, many Renfe trains end here. Long distance trains to France, Switzerland or Italy leave from the station.
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Drassanes is a Barcelona Metro station located underneath Portal de la Santa Madrona, just off La Rambla in the Ciutat Vella district of Barcelona. It is named after the nearby Drassanes Reials de Barcelona, the old shipyards that are now the home of the Museu Marítim de Barcelona. It is the closest station to the Port of Barcelona and one of the network's closest stations to the sea, and is served by TMB-operated Barcelona Metro line L3.The station was opened on 14 December 1968 as a prolongation on the line from Liceu once Fernando metro station was closed.
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Hotel España

Carrer Sant Pau 9–11, Barcelona, Catalonia, 08001, Spain

Hôtel Lleo

22, 24 Carrer de Pelai, 08001, Barcelona

La Rotonda

La Rotonda

Hotel ibis Barcelona Centro (Sagrada Familia)

230-232 Carrer de Nàpols, 08013, Barcelona

H10 Marina Barcelona

64-68 Avinguda Bogatell, 08005, Barcelona

NH Barcelona Eixample

105-107 Carrer de València, 08011, Barcelona

Leonardo Hotel Las Ramblas

8,10,12 Carrer de la Junta del Comerç, Barcelona, ES

Hotel Ibis Styles Barcelona Centre - La Pedera