3 days in Barcelona – Gaudí, the man who built the city – day...

We continue our itinerary through Barcelona, covering the most emblematic sites around the city in just three days. Read on for the jam-packed second day of your visit, which includes Gaudí's masterpieces La Sagrada Famìlia, La Pedrera and Parc Güell.
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Plaça de Catalunya – the heart of the city

Plaça de Catalunya is a great starting point if you are spending a day in Barcelona. The city's main streets run off this symbolic square, and there are also some spectacular fountains and monuments located within the Plaça itself. Our article will tell you all you need to know about the symbolic home of Catalunya.

Barcelona’s best snaps – Facebook fan photos

The results are in! After careful deliberation, we have selected our personal favourites from the fantastic selection of Barcelona photos taken by our facebook fans. A great job everyone! We are always happy to see others enjoying the city that we love so much.
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Montserrat – the mystical mountain at the heart of Catalonia

Within easy reach of Barcelona, Montserrat, the mountain at the heart of Catalonia, offers an excellent day trip from the city. A visit to Montserrat monastery and a walk among its steep crags is an unforgettable experience.

Exploring Gaudí’s Casa Batlló

A must-see on Barcelona's Modernista trail, Gaudí's Casa Batlló inspires many an ooh and ah from appreciative visitors on the glamorous Passeig de Gràcia. Find out what lies in store on a tour behind its famous façade.

The Modernista Trail, An Itinerary Covering the Monuments of Modernisme in Barcelona

The Modernist Trail offers you an itinerary, allowing you to witness the master works of Modernist architecture which make up the splendour of Barcelona. If you wish to know more about this route, this article is for you…
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Santa María del Mar – the cathedral of the sea

The history of Santa Maria del Mar, also known as the Cathedral by the sea, and what it has represented for the city over the years.

Encants Market – Barcelona’s biggest flea market

Encants Market, officially known as the Mercat Fira de Bellcaire, is the biggest and oldest flea market in Barcelona. Discover an alternative take on the Barcelona shopping experience in this vintage corner of the city.

Hospital Sant Pau – a visionary wonder

Designed by Lluis Domenech i Montaner, the series of buildings that made up this complex are considered some of his best work. A functioning hospital until 2009, it has attracted many visitors purely because of the splendor of its Modernista architecture.

The Fundació Joan Miró – art, architecture and stunning scenery

Perfect for art enthusiasts and amateurs alike, the Fundació Joan Miró is an extraordinary art gallery containing the most extensive collection of work by the world-famous artist. This is all set in a carefully designed building, in the scenic hills of Montjuïc, overlooking Barcelona.