Before exploring the city, take a look at our guide to the neighbourhoods of Barcelona. Each with distinct qualities, history and a whole hoard of attractions, every neighbourhood is quite unique. This guide tells you all the main things you should know before heading out into the city.
In our previous blog post entitled The Best Views of Barcelona, we listed 6 places to enjoy spectacular views of the city. In this post, part 2, we give you even more. So what are you waiting for? Get out there and enjoy the spectacular Catalan capital.
Gaudí is without a doubt one of the greatest architects of all time, responsible for many of Barcelona’s top attractions, including the iconic Sagrada Familia. Here are a few facts about the late, great, creator that you may not have known…
This comprehensive one day walking tour will leave you fully satisfied with your short visit—and while it can’t cover the whole city, it’s a great overview of some of the most spectacular sights, all squeezed into one day!
Whether you’re an avid Modernism fan or simply want to discover more of Barcelona’s architecture, this guide will help you find all of Gaudí’s hidden gems worth seeking out when in the city.
The Colonia Güell was built just outside Barcelona during the Industrial Revolution. This industrial colony had everything that its workers and their families needed – including a magnificent church built by Antoni Gaudí, which is well worth visiting.
Casa Batlló is a major architectural attraction in Barcelona, it was designed by Antoni Gaudí in the early 1900’s. Opened to the public just over 10 years ago, you can explore Casa Batlló while getting to know Gaudí and what inspired him. A few new exciting features at Casa Batlló make it worth another trip if your have already visited.
From the hustle and bustle of Las Ramblas to a relaxing few hours in Parc de la Ciutadella, plus some great restaurant recommendations, here’s how to get the most out of your weekend stay in Barcelona.