Barcelona has plenty of tourist attractions to discover and explore, and we know it is hard to decide which one to visit! Yet, there are some spots you cannot miss. A visit to Sagrada Familia Cathedral is almost mandatory if you visit Barcelona, and Bogatell Beach and the beautiful Plaza de España ('Spain Square') are other two must-see attractions you can enjoy during your trip.

Areas & districts of Barcelona

Discover the most emblematic areas and neighborhoods of Barcelona and plan your visit. Find out more about the most iconic buildings and touritic areas of the city. Explore the city with a local guide … Continue reading

Downtown Gothic Quarter

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The Gothic Quarter, Downtown Barcelona, is the oldest part of the city and its historical center, the Ciutat Vella.

Eixample, the modernism district

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The Eixample Quarter is the area located in the north side of Plaça de Catalunya, the geographical centre of the city.

El Raval Neighborhood

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The Raval is a fascinating and thrilling area of Barcelona, but it also has a darkerside that you should be aware of.

Gràcia District

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The Gràcia neighborhood is only one stop from the Passeig de Gràcia, but it feels like being in a different city.

Montjuïc, The Olympic Hill

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The name Montjuic comes from the ancient cemetery built by the Jewish community in this mountain of Barcelona, and it ​​literally means Jewish Mountain.

Olympic Port Barcelona

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The Olympic Port of Barcelona is located in front of the former Olympic Village, between the beaches of La Barceloneta and Nova Icaria.

Ribera-Born Quarter

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The neighborhood of La Ribera or el Born is accessible from the Gothic Quarter, walking through Laietana Street or from l' Arc de Triomf.

The neighboorhood of Barceloneta

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La Barceloneta is a neighboorhood of the Ciudad Vella area in Barcelona.

Tibidabo and Collserola

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Tibidabo is the highest peak of the Collserola Hill (serra de Collserola) in Barcelona, ​​about 512 meters above sea level.

Free activities in Barcelona

Discover all the free activities and attractions in Barcelona and enjoy the city like a local…for free! Here is our list of free activities in Barcelona. Free Museums … Continue reading

Free Museums in Barcelona

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On Sunday afternoon all museums run by the city council have free entry from 3pm to 8pm.

Things to see in Barcelona & Highlights

Discover all the main attractions and highlights of Barcelona! Gothic churches, modern art buildings, public parks, beaches, art centres and museums, monuments, sculptures … the list goes on … Continue reading

Beaches in Barcelona

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Beaches of fine, golden sand in the heart of the city, just a stone’s throw from Barcelona’s historical centre.

Buildings of Barcelona

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This section is dedicated to the most representative buildings of the city, a must-see if you come to Barcelona.

Churches in Barcelona

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In this section you will find some of the most beautiful buildings and churches of Barcelona.

Main Streets & Squares

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Explore the most emblematic spots of Barcelona. Discover the most beautiful streets and the main squares, full of activity, color and life, and find out more …

Monuments & Museums of Barcelona

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Barcelona offers a very rich cultural and artistic diversity and, of course, it has a huge variety of museums and art centres all over the city.

Parks and Gardens of Barcelona

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Discover all the beautiful parks and green areas of Barcelona full of historical and artistic highlights.

What to see in Barcelona

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In Barcelona you can find any kind of attraction and recreational area you could wish for, spend an afternoon at the cinema or theatre, go for tapas or dinner, …