The Expiatory Temple of the Sagrada Familia

Gaudí’s masterpiece, the Sagrada Familia is the epitome of modernist architecture in Catalonia.

The crypt and the Nativity façade were designated World Heritage along with the rest of Gaudí’s work, like the Pedrera and Batlló houses. It has become the symbol of Barcelona.

Park Güell

Located in the high area of Barcelona, the Park Güell is a unique work designed jointly by Gaudí and the entrepreneur Eusebi Güell.

The park offers some breath-taking views of the city. A green environment and modernist architecture come together to allow the visitor to contemplate the beauty of the landscape.


Studded with green areas and gardens, the hill of Montjuïc has witnessed and taken part in many historic events in the city of Barcelona.

The hill is home to the sports facilities that hosted the 1992 Barcelona Olympic Games, including the Stadium Lluis Companys. Many Paramount cultural institutions are also in Montjuïc, like the Fundació J. Miro and the Museu Nacional d'Art de Catalunya.



What’s on in Barcelona

What’s on in Barcelona

Enjoy the city's buzzing atmosphere and get the most out of your visit to Barcelona: concerts, exhibitions and events related to art, culture and leisure await you.

International boat show

International boat show

From 12th to 16th October

This edition sees the city's Port Vell fill up with the latest yachts, speedboats and catamarans for potential buyers to peruse, and the interested to ogle.


Located on the shores of the Mediterranean, the ancient city of Tarraco attracts visitors seduced by its rich Roman heritage and archaeological sites, designated as World Heritage sites by UNESCO.​​

Girona is a beautiful city endowed with a unique historic district. Its rich architectural heritage and numerous cultural activities make Girona a captivating city.​​

Located between the Pyrenees and the Costa Brava, the capital of the region known as Alt Empordà is the gate to Spain and a must-see destination.​

From Blanes to Portbou, the Costa Brava is the place where the mountain and the sea meet, in fishing villages surrounded by a unique natural environment of bucolic coves and golden sandy beaches.​​

Located on the shores of the Mediterranean, the city of Valencia has managed to combine its historic legacy with some of the most innovative and avant-garde works built in recent times.  ​

Located on the banks of the Ebro river, the streets of the capital of Aragon preserve a rich monumental legacy left behind by Romans, Muslims, Jews and Christians.​

Madrid is the country's capital and financial centre, and it combines modern infrastructures such as the “Puerta de Europa” (Gate of Europe) with a rich cultural, artistic and architectural heritage like its famous historic quarter or the “Madrid de los Austrias” (The Madrid of the Habsburgs).​

Located on the banks of the Guadalquivir River, visitors are captivated by the rich Arab legacy and charming streets of the historic quarter of the Andalusian capital.​​


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