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Discover a multicultural destination with unique architecture, impressive places, corners full of history and Mediterranean gastronomy.
La Boqueria market is the ideal place to buy all types of typical products of Catalan gastronomy, with over 300 stalls containing fresh produce, including cold meats, eggs, confectionery and fruit juices. A must-visit, both for locals and tourists alike, where you will find an exciting mix of colours, flavours and a lively atmosphere.
A square which is home to Barcelona’s Town Hall and the Government of Catalonia, where numerous historic events have taken place. Situated in the Gothic Quarter, from where you can visit a variety of places of interest, from Carrer del Bisbe (literally meaning Bishop’s Street) to the Cathedral of Barcelona.
With a surface area of 30,000 square metres, it is one of Spain’s largest squares and where the main arteries of the city meet, including Las Ramblas, Paseo de Gracia and Avenida del Portal de l'Àngel.
Situated in the heart of the city, in the district of Ciutat Vella, is the oldest and one of the most beautiful parts of Barcelona, with narrow and medieval streets, enclosed by Las Ramblas, Vía Laietana, Paseo de Colón and Plaza de Cataluña.
The most iconic and exclusive avenue in Barcelona, full of design, architecture, gastronomy, Michelin star restaurants and the best fashion and jewellery stores. An avenue that will captivate you with its cosmopolitan atmosphere, where you can visit museums and historic buildings, like La Pedrera and Casa Batlló.
The most central and crowded beach of the city’s entire coastline, near to the church of Sant Miguel del Port, and between the beaches of Sant Sebastià and La Barceloneta.
Known as “El Liceo”, a symbol of the city that has held numerous events, musicals and the most prestigious works performed by the best singers in the world for more than 150 years.
The building was declared a Cultural Heritage Site by UNESCO and is one of Gaudi’s main works. It was built between 1885 and 1890 as a private residence for the Güell family, with a surprisingly large rooftop terrace stretching 400 square metres, which is decorated with chimneys covered in coloured ceramic tiles.
Camp Nou has been FC Barcelona’s football stadium since 24 September 1957 and one of the most comprehensive options is the Camp Nou Experience, which includes a tour of the most iconic parts of Camp Nou, the Museum, discovering the history of the club and seeing all its trophies.
Declared a museum of national interest by the Government of Catalonia, the Barcelona Museum of Contemporary Art, known as MACBA, is dedicated to the exhibition of art works created during the second half of the twentieth century, with over 500 works.
One of the most important aquariums in the world and the perfect place to enjoy a different and entertaining day. Discover the seabed, cross the glass tunnel and dive with sharks.
A mansion that was created as the headquarters of the Bank of Barcelona and opened its doors in 1973 to the public as the city’s wax museum, with over 120 celebrities and historic figures.