parc montjuic

Montjuic Park


Montjuïc is the hill next to Barcelona. From the hill you have a beautiful view of the city! The 180 meter high mountain, in the middle of the city, offers attractions for those who love art, sports, nature and history. Of course, you can also take a walk in theRead More →

aquarium barcelone

Barcelona Aquarium


The Barcelona Aquarium is one of the most popular attractions in the city. This is mainly due to the fact that it is a great attraction for small children and the fact that it is under a roof, and that it is not always hot and sunny in Barcelona. OneRead More →

Camp Nou Stadium


Historic stadium of Barcelona, home of the Barcelona soccer club. With a capacity of 98 772 spectators, it is the largest stadium in Europe and one of the temples of world soccer. In the early 1950s, Barcelona’s footballing needs were not met by the old Camp de Les Corts, withRead More →




Located in the building of a former textile factory renovated by Josep Puig i Cadafalch, a famous modernist architect, the CaixaForum space is now an important cultural center in the city of Barcelona. The CaixaForum center is a work managed by the bank La Caixa through its foundation and isRead More →

palau güell

Palau Güell


Everyone who comes to Barcelona has on their list at least one of the monuments designed by Antoni Gaudi. It’s not particularly difficult, as no less than eight of them are on the UNESCO World Heritage List. Its neighborhood This is one of Gaudi’s earliest projects, the construction of whichRead More →

eixample barcelona



The Eixample is a large district of Barcelona located north of Plaça Catalunya, stretching along both sides of the main street Passeig de Grácia. The word eixample means “extension” in Catalan. The district received its name because of its history of origin as a newer part of the city, whichRead More →

poble espanyol

Poble Espanyol


Poble Espanyol literally means “Spanish village”. This open-air museum was built for the 1929 World Exhibition. It is an open-air museum in which Spain is represented in miniature. It is a village in which all kinds of different Spanish architectural styles are combined. With an area of 42,000 m2 andRead More →

Casa Amatller

La Casa Amatller


Casa Amatller belonged to the famous chocolate maker Antoni Amatller Costa (1851-1910) and is one of the most impressive buildings in Barcelona. Discover the dragons, knights and other mythical characters on the façade and visit the rooms and halls inside. History The Amattler House was not built from scratch inRead More →

La Rambla Barcelone

La Rambla


Six different streets juxtaposed, La Rambla (also known as Las Ramblas) is a tree-lined pedestrian boulevard filled with musicians, living statues, mimes, painters, entertainers, artists and travelling salesmen who sell everything from lottery tickets to jewellery. Rambla Canaletes Football fans may be familiar with this part of the Rambla. AtRead More →

La barcelonata


Going to the beach and eating a delicious paella at la Barceloneta is something you can’t help but do when you visit this pleasant area of Barcelona. La Barceloneta is one of the most traditional and charming areas of Barcelona. Formed by narrow streets, it has become a humble fishingRead More →