The medieval town centre, modernist buildings, fine terraces, tapas bars and original shopping addresses.
Stroll endlessly through the cosy streets and taste the most delicious tapas. This vibrant metropolis has it all!
The most famous street in Barcelona is undoubtedly the Ramblas. As you walk from the city centre to the harbour you will pass tourist market stalls, artists and street musicians. Dive into the side streets and wander around. Here you will find the best shops, coffee shops and squares. And the best restaurants of course. Don’t forget the colourful market halls! In the morning, you can shop here for the most delicious fresh products and during the afternoon you can go here for a delicious snack or a refreshing drink.
You cannot miss out on Antoni Gaudí’s extraordinary buildings when visiting Barcelona. His most famous work is the cathedral Sagrada Familia. But also in the centre of the city you will find several buildings by his hand, such as the Casa Mila and the Casa Batlló. All clearly recognisable by their fairytale-like architecture. If you just can’t get enough of Gaudí, be sure to visit Park Guëll.
The pleasant Mediterranean climate and the beaches create a pleasant, relaxed atmosphere. The vast beach is the perfect place to relax. And once the sun has set, whether it’s the weekend or a regular week day, it’s time to enjoy the nightlife until the break of dawn.