One of the world’s most famous architects, Antoni Gaudí left his mark all over the city. From the street of Passeig de Gràcia, to the Sagrada Familia, you can enjoy his work in Barcelona. Discover the story behind Barcelona’s most famous son.
With the 2020 Summer Olympic Games being postponed, we thought best to rewind to 1992, when the city of Barcelona was home to the games. Rediscover this unforgettable sporting event as the greatest sport competition came to the Catalan Capital for one summer only!
Barcelona’s main attraction, Sagrada Familia, built by Antoni Gaudí, has thousands of visitors every day. From exterior to interior, this basilica is home to amazing works of art, fantastic architectural design and wonderful sculptures. Find out more in this article and jump the queue to get to know the Sagrada Familia in Barcelona
One of the best ways to prepare for a trip to Barcelona is to see it’s famous landmarks on the big screen. With many famous directors and actors featuring on this list, read about the top 5 films based in Barcelona here.
El Born used to be home to a market hall that traded goods within the community of Barcelona. Time passed and the market would become unused and excavation years later unearthed a historic discovery. Learn about El Born Cultural Centre, a place of importance to the Capital of Catalonia
A street that is home to designer shops and amazing architecture, learn all about the history of Passeig de Gràcia and its most famous buildings. Now regarded as the most expensive street in Spain, find out what wonders await you here.
Barcelona is a city obsessed with football. From grassroots to La Liga, they love it all. The city is home to FC Barcelona and RCD Espanyol, having their own derby fixture. Discover the history of this rivalry.
Since the 1640s, Barcelona has been home to the fortress of the Montjuic Castle. It has seen war, iconic leaders and brutality. It is not a story for the faint hearted. Discover all about this historic building before your next visit to Barcelona, where you can visit this historic place.