Things to Do in Barcelona

The Sagrada Famíla – Barcelona’s Most Visited Landmark

At the turn of the 20th century, Barcelona was the center of the Catalan Modernist architectural movement. The goal of Catalan Modernism was to promote Catalonian culture and transform Barcelona into a city on par with the great European cities. Featuring asymmetrical shapes and a preference for curves over straight lines, the architectural style was …

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Barcelona’s 9 UNESCO World Heritage Sites

With over 8 million international visitors and growing each year, Barcelona is the most visited city in Spain and the 4th most visited in Europe. There are lots of reasons to visit our home city; among them are the nine UNESCO World Heritage Sites recognized for their cultural significance. The United Nations Educational, Scientific and …

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Set Out to Sea with Barcelona’s Top 5 Water Sports

Sunbathing in the sand and swimming in the sea is a steadfast way to enjoy Barcelona’s famous beaches, but for those looking to kick it up a notch, watersports bring an element of excitement to exploring the famous coastline. Make your trip to the Mediterranean memorable with Barcelona’s top five water sports. 1. Parasailing http://corsanautica.com/titulaciones_nauticas.html …

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Get a Breathtaking Bird’s-Eye View of Barcelona

Take in Barcelona from soaring heights with an unforgettable cable car or gondola ride. The Montjuïc Cable Car and Port Vell Aerial Tramway both bring a fresh new perspective to some of the city’s most renowned parks, beaches, and monuments. The Montjuïc Cable Car is perfect for groups looking for a more scenic adventure, slowly …

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Barcelona’s 5 Best Marketplaces to Shop and Eat

The best way to experience the Catalan culture is by shopping and eating in Barcelona’s famous markets, featuring everything from fresh produce and meat to artisanal finds, clothing, and one-of-a-kind antiques. There are dozens of markets to choose from so allow us to take out the guesswork. Here are Barcelona’s five must-see marketplaces: 1. St. …

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5 of Barcelona’s Best Cycling Routes (the Bikes Are on Us!)

Did you know on-site, complimentary bicycles are included when you book a stay with us? To kick off your expense-free adventure, we’ve mapped out the most scenic routes for you to take. 1. The Beach Route Breathe in fresh ocean air as your cycle down the coastline. We like to start off in Barceloneta, a …

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Parc de Ciutadella Tour Guide

Looking to get in touch with nature on your trip? Look no further than Parc de Ciutadella, located on the northeastern edge of Ciutat Vella. In addition its gorgeous greenery, bountiful gardens, and grassy knolls, the historic park also houses a zoo, the Parliament of Catalonia, greenhouses, castles, and Josep Fontserè i Mestre’s famous Cascada fountain. Spend …

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