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 →

Barcelona History Museum

Barcelona History Museum


The Barcelona History Museum (MUHBA), located in Plaza del Rei, takes you directly to 2000 years of history. In the monumental Plaza del Rey complex you will see the Roman wall, an old laundry and dyeing plant. You will also see the place where garum was made, a blue fishRead More →

casa batllo

Casa Batlló


Casa Batlló is one of the main tourist attractions of Barcelona. Located on one of the most important avenues of the city, the building was constructed by a renowned architect. What is Casa Batlló? It is a building designed by the famous Catalan architect Antoni Gaudí. Considered a masterpiece, theRead More →

sagrada familia

Sagrada Familia


The Sagrada Familia is really impressive. Even if you do not have much time, you can not leave without seeing it! It is the work of a life of the city’s favorite child, Antoni Gaudí. The magnificent spiers of the unfinished cathedral tear up the sky with its rounded linesRead More →

barri gotic

The Barri Gotic


The Barri Gotic has, as one can guess by its name, a large number of medieval Gothic buildings. The Gothic Quarter of Barcelona is a unique historical site and offers visitors a magnificent combination of perfectly preserved medieval buildings and a lively commercial activity. A stone’s throw from La Rambla,Read More →


La Pedrera Casa Mila


Visitors can tour the building and climb the roof with giant multicolored chimneys. On summer weekends, the roof is illuminated and open to enjoy spectacular views of Barcelona. One floor below the roof is the modest museum dedicated to Gaudí’s work. Built between 1905 and 1910, is another masterpiece ofRead More →


Casa Vicens


Casa Vicens was Gaudí’s first private work, after he graduated and carried out numerous public works as an architect’s assistant. The house was commissioned by his friend Manuel Vicens i Muntaner, a stockbroker. At first it was a small summer house, located in the old town of Gràcia. Years later,Read More →