Find here important travel information to make your Barcelona trip more special.
The Barcelona tourism has truly diverse attractions. From museums and an array of concerts, dances, and iconic landmarks, you will be spoilt for choice. Barcelona is home to gorgeous works of arts and UNESCO has even declared the symbolic structures by famed artists like Antoni Gaudi as World Heritage Sites. Visit Barcelona to learn about the city's sports heritage, to enjoy Catalan cuisine, and to bask in the Mediterranean sunshine! Here's our detailed Barcelona city guide:
Top Barcelona tourist attractions are:
This is the most famous street in Barcelona. It has numerous street performers and several interesting restaurants, buildings, and shops.
This building by made by Antonio Gaudí was formerly called Casa Mila. It features Antonio's colorful tiles and wavy works of bricks.
The museum has 3 sections with a 3D cinema, audio-visual touchscreen, and information on the history of FC Barcelona. One part holds some photos, trophies, and documents detailing the club's history. Another part exhibits football memorabilia, including a trophy-room with every trophy or a replica the club has won.
This is a must see building designed by the renowned architect Antonio Gaudí in 1882. It's a gigantic church and is a work in progress given that it's still being constructed to date. UNESCO declared Gaudi's works in the church as a World Heritage Site and it's a big boost to Barcelona Tourism.
Built in 1929, it’s located at the head of Avinguda Maria Cristina in the area of Montjuic. The main purpose to build this was for the Barcelona International Exposition. The fountain displays a spectacular mix of colors, lights, music, and water acrobatics. Performances are every half-hour from Thursday to Sunday during summer and Fridays and Saturdays in winter.
This park, an acclaimed World Heritage Site by UNESCO, is built by Gaudi and shows his rich artistic prowess. It sits on Carmel hill and from the Central Plaza, you can view wonderful sights of Barcelona City. The park's entrance is the most decorated part of the park. It has two extravagantly beautiful houses that lead you to the Central Plaza.
This museum displays Picasso's paintings in sequence from his beginning works to his final ones. That way you can see how he designed the most famous works that made him a legend.
Plan your trip to Barcelona In December to experience the winter chill while exploring the charming attractions of the city. Even though it is not the best time to travel to Barcelona, but one can enjoy their trip to the fullest as, during this time the city is less crowded, and accommodations are available at budget prices.