Barcelona is a fascinating city and there are many things to see. Here is a list of some of Barcelona's most popular sights.
The Arc de Triomf is an archway built as a memorial or triumph arch and was the main access gate for the 1888 Barcelona World Fair
The centre is a private organization dedicated to research, prevention, diagnosis, treatment and management of eye diseases, providing comprehensive eye care to patients worldwide.
Barcelona is crazy for football - if fan or not, you should not miss visiting the home of the famous FC Barcelona and football star Lionel Messi.
The Barcelona Cathedral is dedicated to the Holy Cross and Saint Eulalia and located directly in the city center.
Diagonal Mar is one of the most ambitious urban redevelopment schemes that Barcelona has ever done and is well worth a visit!
The Foundation is located in the greenery of the wonderful Montjuic and exhibits most of the Miró paintings, sculptures, ceramics, textiles and much more.
An old hospital that is now a museum due to its incredible architecture and sheer size. It was designed by modernist architect LLuís Domanèch i Montaner in the early 20th century.
Large quirky shopping centre located right on the seafront with a beautiful view.
The restaurant Montesquiu is a tapas bar in the North of Barcelona. It was opened in 1952 and has become a meeting point for students and young people during the years.
The Parc de la Ciutadella is located in the edge of the old town and a great spot to escape the bustle of the city to have a picnic.
The Paseo de Gracia is arguably the most famous street in Barcelona and is great for tourists as it contains everything you could possibly desire, from architecture to clothes shops
Plaza España is one of the most important and famous squares in Barcelona. It was contructed for the 1929 International Exhibition which was held at the foot of Montjuïc, in the Sants-Montjuïc district.
Plaza de la Universitat is one of Barcelona's central squares, split between the districts of Eixample and Ciutat Vella.
One of the most famous symbols of the city, Las Ramblas is the long walk from Plaza Catalunya to the sea, where you find the statue of Columbus.
The Sagrada Familia is one of the most famous landmarks of Barcelona, and doubtless one of the most impressive sights of the city.
The Santa Maria del Mar cathedral is located in the beautiful district El Born and a fine example of Catalan-Gothic architecture.
Torre Agbar - the big red and blue illuminated tower next to Plaza de las Glorias is one of the landmarks of Barcelona.
Barceloneta is a marine area in the district of Ciutat Vella in Barcelona and was constructed in the 18th century. It has recently been completely modernised and is a very popular area because of its lovely beach
Barcelona, don’t forget it, is a city of sea: its 5 km of beaches make it an unique destination in Europe. Cultural tourism stay fits perfectly with a beach holiday.
Casa Batlló, which is now owned by the Bernat family, the former owners of the Chupa Chups company, was built in 1877 and in the years 1904 to 1906 restored and remodeled by Antoni Gaudí and Josep Maria Jujol.
The Centro Médico Teknon is one of the leading hospitals in the Spanish private healthcare sector, which opened in 1994. The Teknon clinic uses the latest health technology and provides highly qualified staff, covering all medical and surgical.
Fira de Barcelona is one of the most important trade fair institutions in Europe. Each year, it hosts numerous trade shows and congresses, which bring together leading companies from different economic sectors.
Gran Teatre del Liceu is Barcelona's opera house. Since its foundation in 1847, it fulfils its role as a cultural and art center.
La Pedrera, which is also known as Casa Milà became a World Heritage site by the UNESCO in 1984. This is the building Antoni Gaudi worked on, before he completely dedicated himself to the Sagrada Familia.
A visit to the Mercat de la Boqueria, a huge market hall with fresh fruits, vegetables, meat and fish is not to be missed while visiting Barcelona
The Montjuic is located above the commercial port of Barcelona on the southwest side of the city and offers you a breath-taking view over Barcelona and some of the best museums and sights.
Park Guell is doubtless one of the most impressive public parks in the whole world, in which Antoni Gaudi let loose his imagination.
Plaza de Cataluña is widely known as the very center of Barcelona and it is also the central transport hub of the city.
The Plaza Real is a beautiful square located just off Las Ramblas. It was constructed in honour of King Ferran VII who reigned during the contruction and features a lovely fountain in the middle.
Port Olímpic was constructed to celebrate the Olympic Games in Barcelona in 1992 and now is home to 740 moorings and 85 commercial establishments
Razzmatazz is one of the most famous and popular discos of Barcelona and also one of the top musical venues in town. Let's dance!
A beautiful and historic market in the neighborhood of Sant Antoni. The market has a huge variety of different stalls, and all the material is fresh.
Tibidabo is a mountain of 512 meters height, overlooking whole Barcelona and offering breath-taking views over the Spanish metropolis, the mountains and the Mediterranean Sea.