A full collection of Gaudí's ingenious works. Antoni Gaudí's most famous house is aptly known in t...
This popular place is a mixture of bar and tapas restaurant. In addition to a very large selectio...
Revolutionary visions for residential buildings from Antoni Gaudí. This building, converted by Ant...
Popular, two-story tapas restaurant on the Passeig de Gracia. The selection is great -- everythin...
Elegant boulevard for strollers with magnificent Art Nouveau buildings and palaces, including imp...
The really impressive thing about the largest department store in Barcelona is not so much the aw...
The geographical centre of the city, an important transport hub and a popular place to arrange to...
A small Gothic church which does not attract people with its art treasures but instead captures t...
This avant-garde building (1995) is the work of America's leading architect Richard Meier. It is ...
Look, smell and taste in "Barcelona's belly", a sensual shopping experience merging Modernism and...
Market flavour for gourmets at the culinary meeting place in the Boqueria market. Restaurant with ...
The two squares around the church of Santa María del Pi are some of the most atmospheric in the c...
Open-air stage for strollers, tourists and pickpockets - the crumbling charm of Barcelona's most ...
Remarkable palace, built by the exceptional architect Gaudi . An early work by Gaudí, built in 188...
One of the most beautiful square ensembles in the city that was established between 1848 and 1859...
When Columbus returned from America in 1493 he was solemnly received by the Spanish kings at Barc...
The Magic Fountain of Montjuic attracts many tourists and visitors. It was first built, like so m...
A Catalonian mega museum containing Romanesque art treasures which are unique worldwide, as well ...
Miró's works, uniquely presented in a Mediterranean light. An open, very Mediterranean structure t...
Barcelona's own 173 m high mountain is an integral part of history, culture and leisure activitie...
The futuristic mirrored shopping center is located on a pier at the Old Port of Barcelona. Actual...
Grandiose display of over 8,000 animals and plants from all seven seas. The main attraction at Eu...
In the course of the reorganisation of Barcelona's Old Port (between Rambla and Barceloneta) for ...
A district that has become known as Barcelona's fishing village and, with its narrow little alley...
The Olympic Village (Vila Olímpica), which is surrounded by beaches, has been around since 1992 a...
Barcelona's City Beach is right in the middle of the city. Within walking distance from the end o...
Wonderful fish tapas. Seafood restaurant. Especially pleasant atmosphere. The counter of this popu...
Efforts have been made since the 1960s to restore the run-down Gothic features of the Ribera - th...
The most delightful Gothic church in Barcelona. Many regard this as Barcelona's most beautiful chu...
This well-maintained street in the Ribera district is a true gem of late-medieval architecture. O...
The occasionally surprising origins of the modern master. The most-visited museum in the city exhi...
Catalan history has been and still is written at this square in the Gothic district. The people o...
Barcelona's acropolis: the climax of Catalonian Gothic architecture. Building began on this gigant...
The Gothic Quarter, a unique jewel of Medieval architecture. The Gothic Quarter with its architect...
Barcelona's best monuments of the Catalan art nouveau style. These are two of the finest contribut...
Dragons, butterflies, snakes and enchanting grottoes - Gaudí's fairytale park - a bizarre balcony...
Gaudí's residential building in Parc Güell featuring keepsakes and art-nouveau furniture that he ...
Gaudí's sacred masterpiece is Barcelona's most famous building site. The temple of atonement dedic...
The museum presents a condensed history of chocolate: from the origins of cocoa and its arrival i...
Today's charming park was once the site of a citadel, hated by the Catalans. Erected in 1715 by P...