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Welcome to Barcelona!
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La RAMBLA is the most famous street in Barcelona. The wide boulevard connects Plaça de Catalunya with the Columbus Monument.
LA BOQUERIA has many different types of food, from fruit to the most typical dishes, whatever you want!!!
Hotels, restaurants, nightclubs and outdoor cafes maintain a constant buzz in the PLAZA REIAL, day and night.
El Raval is probably the most controversial and interesting neigbourhood.
Joan Miro was born and lives in the Gothic Quarter during his youth and Picasso lived and worked here too.
The Palace of Catalan Music has been built using many different materials, such as exposed brick, glazed tiles, glass and iron.
Since 1997, the Palau de la Música Catalana is listed on the UNESCO list of world cultural heritage
The ‘Parc de la Ciutadella’ includes a zoo, a large fountain and several interesting buildings.
Originally, by the 13th Century, LA RAMBLA was just a river bed setting the outer limits of the City.
Smile! – BARCELONETA
Drinking mate on the beach – BARCELONETA
The Columbus Monuments marks the beginning of his journey in 1493, located at the end of La Rambla.
Pg del Born is a good place to stop for a drink – BORN
Summer Music Festival at Barceloneta promenade.
PELLA is originally from Valencia in the middle 19th century.
Lounge the palm-lined promenade along Barceloneta Beach.
The PORT OLIMPIC was built for the Barcelona Olympic Games in 1992. it’s surrounded by beaches, gardens and prominent buildings as the Torre Mapfre and the Hotel Arts
Full of yachts, restaurants and seafood, the Olympic Port is 2 km (1 mile) up the beach.
Try the traditional spanish EMBUTIDO (cured meat)
Pretty boulevards and enchanting old streets – BORN
Traditionally, Barceloneta was a poor area, but then it became a fisherman’s quarter.
Be careful with the over-priced tourist restaurants along LA RAMBLA.
Torre Agbar is a skyscraper which has more than 4,000 led generating bright images on its facade.
Covering over 15 hectares this is the Parc Guell and its fantastic views over the city.
La Gamba del Marical, a popular sculpture at the Passeig de Colom
La Boqueria Marquet is one of the oldest European markets and it’s the biggest one.
Every neighbourhood has its own market – SANTS MARKET
Romantic time at CIUTADELLA PARK
ARC DE TRIOMF, was built as the gateway for the Universal Exhibition (1888) which was held in the Parc de la Ciutadella.
Taking a walking tour is a great way to discover the stories and legends behind Barcelona – GOTHIC QUARTER
Correfocs at Festes Major de Gracia in summer
The Antoni Gaudí’s unfinished masterpiece Sagrada Família is one of Barcelona’s most popular tourist attractions
Tapas are typical Spanish food that come in many different forms and can vary from town to town.
Palau Nacional -or National Palace, home of the MNAC Museum – MONTJUIC
Sagrada Familia church is finally going to be finished in 2026 for the architect’s death centenary , -more than 128 years under construction. -My client is in no hurry- Antoni Gaudí said, referring to God
Celebrations at Plaza Catalunya – ‘Diada Day’ on 11th September
The façade of the Casa Batlló is made of sandstone covered with colourful trencadis (a Catalan type of mosaic)
Temple of the Sacred Heart, a beautiful church built at the beginning of the 20th century
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