Barcelona Travel Guide


Barcelona is Spain’s second-largest city, with a population of nearly two million people and the capital of Catalonia. A major port located … Read More


Sagrada Familia is a famous church in Barcelona. Yearly, thousands of tourists take pictures and visit this huge building in Barcelona. The … Read More


This building is built in 1875 by Emili Sala Cortés. In 1903 the building was purchased by industrialist Josep Batlló i Casanovas … Read More


Olympic Stadium, which is located in Parc Montjuïc near the Telecommunication Tower Montjuïc in Barcelona is one of the main … Read More


Telecommunication Tower Montjuïc, located in the popular Montjuic neighborhood, Torre Telefonica (as the locals call it) is a telecommunication … Read More


Port Vell is the oldest part of the port of Barcelona. Port Vell has become a focal point of the city and tourist attraction throughout Barcelona… Read More


Plaça Catalunya refers to a major and exciting central square in the center of Barcelona. It is also considered to be the place where … Read More


Mercat de la Boqueria, located on the Rambla de Sant Josep of Barcelona is the largest fresh produce market in Spain. Often referred to as “a paradise … Read More


Casa Mila is an apartment building designed by architect Antoni Gaudí and located on Passeig de Gràcia (Paseo de Gràcia) in Barcelona. The construction … Read More


Barcelona Cathedral is the Gothic cathedral, located at the Plaça de la Seu in Barcelona. Although many visitors often become confused … Read More


Camp Nou is a football stadium in Barcelona build in 1957 and has a capacity of 99 050 places. Camp Nou is the stadium where the soccer … Read More


Montjuic Castle is an old military fortress currently serving as a Barcelona municipal facility, built on top of Montjuic hill in Barcelona. The roots … Read More


Park Guell is a city park in Barcelona. The construction of Park Guell began in 1900 and was not completed until 1914 and then after another 12 … Read More


Poble Espanyol, an architectural museum in Barcelona is built in the early 19th century for the purpose of the 1929 International Exhibition … Read More


Las Ramblas, the most famous and popular street in the center of Barcelona. It is a five-section area filled with unique shops, a plethora of restaurants … Read More


Montjuic is essentially a hill located between Plaça d’Espanya and Barcelona’s port. Dating back to the 17th century, there are still … Read More


Palau de la Musica, designed by Lluís Domènech i Montaner is still a fully functioning concert and music hall. It is one of the … Read More


Passeig de Gracia is the most expensive avenue in Spain in terms of buying and rents and on of the major avenues in Barcelona. Within … Read More

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Aquarium Barcelona, located in Port Vell, which is connected to Las Ramblas by a pedestrian bridge, was built in 1995 and now serves as a huge … Read More

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Font Magica, built in 1928 and located in Barcelona at the foot of Montjuïc. Carles Büigas, the designer of Font Magica was in fact constructed … Read More

barri gotic - Valerie Hinojosa

Barri Gotic or the Gothic Quarter is a place located right in the heart of the Old City (Ciutat Vella) in Barcelona. The district is located … Read More

Barcelona Airport

Barcelona Airport – El Prat is the international airport of the Spanish city of Barcelona. Located about 12 kilometers southwest of Barcelona’s … Read More