Bars of the Old Town
Enjoy a drink or some tapas in an atmospheric fin de siècle bar.
A stroll down Barcelona's famous thoroughfare is a must for both tourists and locals alike.
The largest open space in the city, with a host of fascinating museums and the impressive buildings from the 1992 Olympics.
Parc de la Ciutadella
Barcelona's favourite park and a Sunday afternoon rendezvous for families, friends and ducks.
The spectacular modernista creations dotted around the city by the architect genius Antoni Gaudí and his contemporaries.
Home of F.C. Barcelona, one of Europe's premier sides with a cabinet full of trophies to prove it.
The Seu cathedral
Built from the thirteenth to fifteenth centuries on the site of a Roman temple, La Seu is one of the great Gothic buildings in Spain.
This cavernous iron and glass market in the city centre, filled with fresh produce and colourful characters, is the perfect place to get picnic provisions.
The Barri Gòtic's evocative narrow streets were the centre of Barcelona's medieval prosperity and are now home to much of the city's nightlife.
Traditional Catalan dance, performed weekly outside the cathedral and at national festivals, with everyone encouraged to join in.
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