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Do you want to know the most important works of Gaudí? In the Passeig de Gràcia you have two: La Pedrera and Casa Batlló, and 10 minutes by metro, the Sagrada Familia, one of the most visited attractions not only in Barcelona but throughout Spain. The list goes on, the Picasso Museum, hidden in the alleys of the old town of Barcelona and that offers you more than 4000 works by the great painter from Malaga. The experience of the Camp Nou, its stadium and the museum, which explains the history of one of the most important football clubs in the world. The Aquarium of Barcelona, the only one in Catalonia and the most important in the world on Mediterranean species. Two outdoor experiences that you can not miss either: Park Güell, again Gaudí, and Poble Espanyol. And more, much more...


  • The collection of the Museum of Forbidden Art brings together more than 200 works that have been subject to censorship, prohibition or denunciation due to political, social or religious reasons.

  • With the Camp Nou Experience you can do the same route as the players when they go out to the stadium, interact with the history of FC Barcelona and revive the emotion of the great victories, contemplating all their trophies.
  • The Aquarium of Barcelona opened its doors in 1995. It is situated in the Port Vell of Barcelona. The aquarium is a magical and mysterious world with about 11,000 animals.
  • The Picasso Museum of Barcelona, ​​inaugurated in 1963, has the most important and exhaustive collection of Pablo Picasso's youth and training works, especially those that he made between 1895 and 1904, years in which the young artist lived in our city.
  • The Basilica of the Sagrada Familia is the most famous work of Antoni Gaudí (Reus, 1852 - Barcelona, ​​1926) and the clearest exponent of his visionary genius.
  • The Fundació Joan Miró is not only the works of the artist, it is also the success of the light, the spaces and volumes of the building designed by architect Josep Lluís Sert, and the cultural activities and exhib

  • This fantasy in stone appears to have been carved out of the living rock, hence its nickname "La Pedrera - the quarry".
  • The Barcelona Zoo was inaugurated on September 24, 1892, the day of La Mercè. The first animals came from the private collection of Lluís Martí i Codolar, a banker and businessman from Barcelona.

  • The Museu Nacional d'Art de Catalunya (MNAC) in the Palau Nacional, symbol of the 1929 International Exhibition in Barcelona, is situated on the mountain of Montjuïc near to the trade fair area and the Plaza Espanya.

  • This building built between 1904 and 1906 is a fantastic combination of colors and forms located on Passeig de Gràcia of Barcelona, on the island of houses known as the "block of discord".
  • Park Güell (1900-1905), initially conceived as an English-style garden city, is perhaps the most unique of the many works that Eusebi Güell commissioned from Gaudí.

  • The main building of the MACBA (Museu d'Art Contemporani de Barcelona), ​​which covers an area of ​​14,300 m2, is the work of the North-American Richard Meier.

  • The Palau de la Música Catalana, in addition to being an authentic palace of music, is a modernist building of great beauty for its ceramics, sculptures and stained glass windows, especially inside.

  • The Sant Pau Art Nouveau Site by the architect Lluís Domènech i Montaner housed a hospital until 2009: the Hospital de la Santa Creu i de Sant Pau.

  • Bansky is a world-renowned artist, although his identity is not known with certainty. What is clear is that since he started his career he is the great master of street art.

  • The Antoni Tàpies Foundation, created by the artist himself in 1984, contains works from all periods of Tàpies' artistic career and a beautiful library specialized in modern and Asian art, conside

  • The Poble Espanyol is an open-air museum that was built in 1929 on the occasion of the Barcelona International Exhibition.

  • The Glòries Tower, former Agbar Tower, is the third tallest building in Barcelona with 142 meters and 34 floors, after the Hotel Arts and the Mapfre Tower.
  • The Casa Vicens (1883-1888), a private house, was built between 1883 and 1888 for the ceramics industrialist Manuel Vicens i Montaner at 24 Carrer de les Carolines.

  • Columbus monument was inaugurated in 1888 on the occasion of the Universal Exposition...
  • The Olympic and Sports Museum Juan Antonio Samaranch is a pioneer in Europe for offering a global perspective of sport.
  • The Egyptian Museum of Barcelona opened its doors in 1994.

  • PortAventura Park opened in May 1995 and was the first theme park to open in Spain. It forms part of the PortAventura World tourist complex and occupies 52 hectares in two municipalities of Tarragona: Vila-seca and Salou.

  • Ferrari Land is part of the PortAventura World resort. It is a unique theme park in Europe where you can enjoy an exciting family experience.

  • El Moco (Modern Contemporary Museum) is a private museum founded by the Dutch couple Lionel and Kim Logchies. They opened the first location in Amsterdam in 2016 and the second in Barcelona in 2021.

  • The Palau del Baró de Quadras as we know it today, was created from a great renovation of a previous building.

  • The Palau Güell, an urban residence built between 1886 and 1890 for the family of Eusebi Güell Bacigalupi, is located at Carrer Nou de la Rambla.

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