WHAT TO DO IN BARCELONA

Barcelona sightseeing spots

Cosmopolitan, modern, historical, smart city, gay frendly, modernist, cultural, beautiful, booming, innovative, Barcelona is all of that and much more.

With its many sunny days and an average annual temperature of 16º centigrade is perfect to enjoy the city all year round, Barcelona is also located on the shores of the Mediterranean Sea while enjoying the city and the beaches.

Barcelona is a safe city and easy walkable, cycling or sitting in the back of the tourist bus. The main point is Plaza Catalunya where all the public transport, metro, buses and trains cross, from there you can get to almost anywhere in the city and surroundings areas.

Antoni Gaudí, Salvador Dalí, Sagrada Familia, Miró, Picasso, Las Ramblas, La Pedrera, Casa Batllo, La Boquería market, maybe all this sounds familiar … or not, but if it is sure is that they will not leave you indifferent ..

Gaudí is one of the most famous and visionary architects on the planet, his buildings are exquisite modernist constructions where he plays with the forms of nature and often with landscapes that are not of this world. One of the most famous and unfinished works is the temple of La Sagrada Familia, a visual delight from which to look, in its facades can be seen the reflection of his devotion and his faith towards God.

The Rambla de Barcelona is the most famous pedestrian street and also the most crowded, people who come and go are mixed with tourists, souvenir shops, theaters, markets, bars, restaurants, hotels, it has everything, indisputably a place of tourist interest Which must be addressed.

Barcelona has excellent beaches for swimming, crystal clear waters and white sands are prepared to welcome tourists. All the central beaches have salvage and rescue services, and are accessible for people with mobility difficulties.

At any time of the year Barcelona is good to visit, here we give you information on how to move around the city, discovering hidden places, events, free activities, popular fiestas and all the information about the most avant-garde city in Spain.