Sightseeing

Arenas de Barcelona Shopping mall
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Arenas de Barcelona Shopping Centre

Arenas de Barcelona is a huge shopping mall built in a refurbished bullring with more than a hundred stores, entertainment […]
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Barcelona Airport – El Prat

Barcelona – El Prat International Airport, is the second busiest airport in Spain serving hundreds of flights every day.
Aquarium Barcelona underwater shark tunnel
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Barcelona Aquarium

With 11.000 creatures housed in 35 tanks, the Barcelona Aquarium is one of the top attractions in the city, especially […]
Barcelona Beaches from above
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Barcelona beaches

Lined with chiringuitos that offer snacks and drinks during the day and fiesta as the sun goes down, beach volley […]
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Barcelona City History Museum (MUHBA)

The Barcelona City History Museum guards the legacy of times gone by, and of the people that lived in and […]
Barcelona Sants Main Train Station
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Barcelona Sants Train Station

Barcelona Sants is the most important Train Station in the city, located in the Sants-Montjuïc district near Plaça d’Espanya. There […]
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Barcelona top 10

Deciding what to see and do in Barcelona in a limited time can be pretty hard. There are so many […]
Zoo Barcelona
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Barcelona Zoo

Since its opening 125 years ago, Barcelona Zoo is one of the city’s most popular attractions. The zoo is home […]
Beautiful Mediterranean Square on the Barceloneta beach walk
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Barceloneta

Barceloneta is a quieter neighborhood of downtown Barcelona, built by fishermen on a strap of sand near the Old Port […]
Camp Nou Stadium FC Barcelona
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Camp Nou

Probably the most famous and supposedly the largest football stadium in all of Europe, the Camp Nou (or Nou Camp) […]
Casa Batllo tiled facade water lilies
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Casa Batlló

Casa Batlló is one of the most exquisite works of Antoni Gaudí, and one of his masterpieces on the UNESCO […]
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Casa Calvet

The ground floor now houses a Michelin starred restaurant. In 1900, Barcelona City Council awarded it the prize for the […]
Casa Mila, aka. La Pedrera
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Casa Milà – La Pedrera

One of the most popular landmarks of Barcelona is the UNESCO World Heritage building known as La Pedrera (The Quarry […]
Parc de la Ciutadella - the cascade
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Ciutadella park

Ciutadella is the largest park in downtown Barcelona, just outside the Gothic quarter and near the Born market. Built on […]
Columbus monument closeup
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Columbus monument

The iconic Columbus monument column is a 60 meters tall landmark in the Port Vell (Old Port) of Barcelona, at […]
CosmoCaixa rainforest
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CosmoCaixa science museum

CosmoCaixa is a private science museum in Barcelona run by “la Caixa” Community Projects, with many attractions for the whole […]
Rambla del Raval
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El Raval

El Raval is a neighborhood in the old town of Barcelona, southwest of La Rambla street, opposite to the Gothic […]
Els Quatre Gats cafe restaurant
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4 Gats Cafe

Els Quatre Gats (4 Cats) is one of the most famous cafes in Barcelona with a unique atmosphere and a […]
Fundació Joan Miro Barcelona
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Fundació Joan Miró

The Foundation of Joan Miró is one of the most important centres of contemporary art research in Barcelona, founded by […]
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Barri Gòtic (Gothic Quarter)

The Gothic Quarter is an open air museum, a well preserved medieval town in the heart of Barcelona, packed with popular cafes, restaurants, museums and shops.
Mercat de la Boqueria - Overcrowded
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La Boqueria market

The Mercat de Sant Josep de la Boqueria or just Boqueria is the largest and most popular market in downtown […]
Juan Miro Mosaic at La Rambla Barcelona
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La Rambla (Las Ramblas)

La Rambla is the main walking street in Barcelona and one of the most popular tourist attractions. The 1,2km long […]
Font Màgica del Montjuïc - Magic fountain of Montjuic
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Magic Fountain of Montjuic (Fonte màgica de Montjuïc)

The Magic Fountain is a must visit attraction of Barcelona. Its evening shows are a spectacular display of colour, light, […]
Maremagnum reflections above main entrance
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Maremagnum Shopping Mall

Centro Comercial Maremagnum is a popular shopping mall located in the Port Vell (Old Port) of Barcelona. It features shops […]
Mighty impreial galley at the Maritime Museum of Barcelona
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Maritime Museum of Barcelona (Museu Maritim)

The Maritime Museum of Barcelona displays the impressive history of this important Mediterranean port, the main entry point to the […]
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Montjuïc

Montjuïc hill is home to many of Barcelona’s top attractions. Crowned by the magnificent Palau Nacional, Montjuïc also hosts the Magical Fountains, Olympic stadium, Spanish Village and many others.
Montjuic Castle gardens
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Montjuïc castle

Today Montjuïc castle is a cultural and vantage point with historic and art exhibitions, but it wasn’t always as bright. […]
MNAC cupola paintings
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National Museum of Catalan Art (MNAC)

MNAC, one of Barcelona’s most distinctive landmarks, hosts one of the most impressive medieval art collections in the world.
Barcelona Palau Guell Colorful Chimmneys
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Palau Güell

Palau Güell is a luxurious mansion and one of the first important projects Antoni Gaudí received at the start of […]
Parc de Joan Miro
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Parc de Joan Miró

Named after one of Barcelona’s most famous artists, Joan Miró park is a large park in the Eixample district, just […]
Parc Guell with Barcelona in the background
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Park Güell

Parc Güell is one of the most famous parks in the world, a masterpiece of Antoni Gaudi, one of the […]
Passeig de Gracia, La Pedrera house
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Passeig de Gràcia

Passeig de Gràcia is one of the most popular streets in Barcelona, connecting Plaça de Catalunya (the central square) with […]
Placa de Catalunya
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Plaça de Catalunya

Plaça de Catalunya is the main square in Barcelona, a major transportation hub and shopping area.
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Plaça del Sol

Plaça del Sol is a lively neighbourhood square surrounded by beautiful town houses. It is located in the Gracia district, […]
Placa d'Espanya
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Plaça d’Espanya

Plaça d’Espanya (aka Plaça Espanya, or Plaza de España) is one of the most important squares of Barcelona, located at […]
Plaça Reial - Barcelona's favourite meeting place
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Plaça Reial

The Plaça Reial is an elegant and romantic square in the old town Barcelona, surrounded by splendid neoclassical buildings with […]
Spanish Village - Poble Espanyol Barcelona
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Poble Espanyol (Spanish Village)

The Spanish Village or Poble Espanyol is an artistic recreation of typical Spanish villages, featuring traditional house styles from all […]
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Port Vell (The Old Port)

Port Vell is the oldest part of the Port of Barcelona, dating from the late Middle ages. It is also […]
Portal del Angel Avenue
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Portal de l’Àngel

Portal de l’Àngel is a popular pedestrian street in the Barri Gòtic neighbourhood of Barcelona and the most expensive shopping street in Spain.
Sagrada Familia detail
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Sagrada familia

The temple of the Holy Family, better known as the Sagrada Familia is the most famous landmark of Barcelona. Even though it is unfinished, this colossal church designed by Antoni Gaudí is listed as an UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Santa Maria del Mar basilica in Barcelona
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Santa Maria del Mar Basilica

Visit the “cathedral of the sea” for some breathtaking architecture, impressive history, and classical music concerts.
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