Things to do in Barcelona
1Be dazzled by the sculptures and design of Guell Park.
2Fall under the spell of the luminescent Magic Fountain.
3Walk the streets of ancient kings in Ciutat Vella.
4Explore the wonders and turns of the La Pedrera.
5Delve into the Gothic corners of the Cathedral of Santa Eulalia.
Tours that include Barcelona
Barcelona is overlaid with an adventurous energy, super charged by a dense history and an eloquent, flirtatious cultural charm. Perched on the Mediterranean Coast, you will be enchanted by the radiant azure carpet fraying into white wash and crashing on a sunburnt shore, as runners, cyclists and holiday strollers take in the length of the beach or bake on the sand.
The city is truly a paradise of artistic temperaments, experimental gastronomy and an out-doors appeal, that doesn’t stop at the thriving aquatic playground hemming in the coastline; trekking addicts and keen explorers will be satisfied with the host of thrills and sights afforded by the Collserola Hills, ancient castle grounds and the hilltop gardens of Montjuic.
- Collserola Hills for Trekkers & Adventure seekers
- Catalan Food tour
- Basiclica of the Sagrada Familia
- Palau de la Musica Catalana
- Montserrat Monastrey
- Museu Nacional d’Art de Catalunya
- Hilltop gardens of Montjuic
And to sate your inner foodie? The Catalan style of cooking is dignified, flavoursome and deceptively simple, combining delicate spices, fine oils, fresh vegetables and seafood that will water and tantalise your palate.
A people of many subtleties and varied legacies, Barcelonans are welcoming and well used to the curious tread of adventure travellers. They are exceedingly proud of their status as one the world’s beacons of culture and economic progress, housing modern principles and architecture alongside the glories of artists like Gaudi, the genius mind behind the Basiclica of the Sagrada Familia and the Basa Batllo; the grandeur of Palau de la Musica Catalana (Palace of Catalan Music); the breathtaking views of Montserrat Monastrey; and the renovated façade of Museu Nacional d’Art de Catalunya, hosting the most extensive collection of Romanesque art in Europe, spanning the 11th, 12th and 13th centuries.
Barcelona is a boundless place of wonder, excitement and unimaginable things to do, guaranteed to leave you begging for more.
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