Local Attractions

Barcelona is one of the most cultural rich capitals in the world. Whether you love, art, architecture, food or football, you will be seduced by the city. Marvel at the architectural wonders of Gaudi. Visit the colorful expanse of Las Ramblas, the city’s famed thoroughfare.

Barcelona’s eclectic architecture seems symbolic of the city’s unique cultural identity. When in Barcelona you must visit the city’s most famous building, the Sagrada Familia. This giant temple was designed by ‘God’s Architect’, Antonio Gaudi. Under construction since 1883, the Sagrada Familia is so intricate that it still isn’t finished!

Barcelona Aquarium is a popular Barcelona attraction to take the kids. It’s a stunning immersive underwater experience, and the IMAX cinema is next door. Barcelona Zoo has a wide variety of animals on show. It also has a restaurant, picnic area, shop, electric cars, ponies and mini-train.

Visit Poble Espanyol, a small village whose different quarters replicate architectural styles from different parts of Spain.

The Picasso museum has arranged Picasso's paintings in chronological order from his early days to his final works. This gives you a unique insight into his genius.

And the Fundació Joan Miró is dedicated to the work of the greatest Catalan artist, Joan Miro, one of the most important figures in surrealism.