Barcelona has some of the most unique and inspiring architecture in the world.

La Sagrada FamΓ­lia (Church of the Sacred Family)

La Sagrada FamΓ­lia, a towering, Gothic-style-with-a-twist church.

Barri GΓ²tic (Gothic Quarter)

The oldest part of Barcelona and considering its location next to the city center, is one of its liveliest neighborhoods.

Casa BatllΓ³

Casa BatllΓ³ hosts “Magic Nights” – a series of open-air concerts on the dragon roof terrace with romantic views of the city.

Park GΓΌell

Antoni GaudΓ­’s Park GΓΌell is as whimsical as parks can get. The park was originally supposed to be a housing community for the rich, commissioned by Eusebi GΓΌell.

Las Ramblas

 Las Ramblas is a pedestrian-friendly pathway situated right smack dab in the middle of the city.

Barceloneta Beach

Barcelona has up its sleeves, it’s easy to forget that the city.

Casa MilΓ  (La Pedrera)

Casa MilΓ Β was originally constructed as a home..

Mercat de la Boqueria (Boqueria Market)

This was Barcelona’s oldest local market.

Palau de la Musica Catalana (Palace of Catalan Music)

Considered to be a masterpiece of Catalan art nouveau.

Museu Picasso (Picasso Museum)

Most people know Pablo Picasso for his distorted portraits.

MontjuΓ―c Castle

Β MontjuΓ―c Castle to your Barcelona itinerary – the stone structure is teeming with historyΒ 

Catedral de Barcelona (Barcelona Cathedral)

Towering above the center of theΒ Barri GΓ²ticΒ district is Barcelona’s principal cathedral.

GrΓ cia

During the weeklong celebration, streets come alive with colorful lanterns and other creations, competing to be the best decorated; expect live music, food, parades and CatalanΒ correfocΒ fire displays.

Parc de la Ciutadella

Parc de la Ciutadella is one of Barcelona’s most popular green spaces.Β 

Mount Tibidabo

Β Mount Tibidabo peers over the city, crowned by its neo-Gothic basilica, the Temple Expiatori del Sagrat Cor (or Temple of the Sacred Heart of Jesus).Β 

Mercat de Sant Antoni

There areΒ ample reasons to visit the impressiveΒ Boqueria Market, but if you’re after a less-touristy alternative, put Mercat de Sant Antoni on your list too.

Museo de la Ciencia CosmoCaixa

Whether you’re coming with kids or just want to embrace your inner child, Barcelona’s science museum is well worth a visit.

Barcelona is famous for its art – most notablyΒ GaudΓ­’s architectural wonders.Β 

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