Did you know that there are 9 UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Barcelona? Check them out here and plan your stay in the Catalan capital around some of the world’s most impressive architectural works.
Barcelona boasts a myriad of awe-inspiring architecture, world-renowned museums, exquisite restaurants, bustling bars, incredible nightlife and beautiful beaches. However, a city break to the Catalan capital can be expensive… so we’ve created a short guide for how you can enjoy Barcelona in under 100€.
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.
Ever heard of the Kiss of Death? Delve into the secrets of Barcelona at the Poblenou Cemetery, a place worth visiting for those looking to sight-see off the beaten track.
Chilled in Park Güell? Climbed the Sagrada Familia? Think you’ve ‘done Modernism’? Think again! Barcelona’s Hospital Sant Pau is one of the world’s biggest and best examples of Modernist architecture and one of the most intriguing sights of the city.