cosmo caixa

CosmoCaixa: science museum


CosmoCaixa proves that science does not have to be boring. The science museum, housed in a magnificent modern building, brings science closer to the experience of young and old alike. Experiencing science in an interactive way, that’s what it’s all about. Here you can learn all about the environment, nature,Read More →


The Boqueria market


Every day, hundreds of tourists invade the Boqueria market in search of the colours, tastes and smells of one of Barcelona’s must-see tourist attractions. Contrary to what many people think, this is not a central market but the market in the Raval district. In Barcelona every district has a market,Read More →

torre agbar

Agbar Tower


In 1999, the French architect Jean Nouvel designed his Torre Agbar in Barcelona’s 22@ modern technological district in collaboration with the Spanish architectural firm b720. Six years later, the glass building was completed. Not only an icon of Barcelona’s modern skyline, but also an example of ecological renewal. Modern iconRead More →

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Columbus Monument


The greatest explorer in the history of the world is undoubtedly Christopher Columbus, better known in Spanish as Christóbal Colón. The Italian from the north of Genoa discovered the new world on one of his distant journeys. You can always go on a voyage of discovery with him. If onlyRead More →

Musée FC Barcelone

FC Barcelona Museum


The FC Barcelona Museum and Camp Nou discover the secrets of the club What makes the legendary FC Barcelona football club so special? Is it its impressive history, is it the excellent performance of its star players or the iron values of the football club itself, which claims to beRead More →

Musée Joan Miró

Joan Miro Museum


The Fundaciò Joan Miró is one of the best museums that Barcelona has to offer. A museum organized and designed, in 1975, by the artist himself. A museum where the artist himself conceives it, becomes a temple of art with the face of the artist. The visit to the JoanRead More →

parc guell

Parc Guell


Entrance to the park is free, only Gaudí’s house “la Torre Rosa” is not free of charge. Eusebi Guell bought a large farm in the “Muntaya Pelada”, in Gracia. He wants to build a garden city, the works are ordered to Antonio Gaudí.Parc Guell was born from the merger ofRead More →

National Art Museum of Catalonia

National Art Museum of Catalonia


The National Art Museum of Catalonia, also known as MNAC, is located in Montjuïc, next to the magic fountain, in one of the most beautiful settings in Barcelona. The MNAC is one of the most important museums in the world. Its collection contains objects from the Middle Ages to theRead More →

museum picasso

The Picasso Museum


The Picasso Museum in Barcelona is dedicated to one of the most renowned artists in the world. Pablo Picasso remains in the memories even for those who do not know art. The Spanish artist spent much of his life and career in Paris, where he became famous, but also livedRead More →