Things to Do & Attractions in Barcelona

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Casa Batlló

5 star rating: Highly Recommended 52 Reviews

One of Barcelona’s most fanciful works of architecture, the elaborate Casa Batlló was built by celebrated Catalan architect Antoni Gaudí between 1904 ...  Read more

Casa Lleo i Morera

One of the trio of striking buildings that make up the ‘Illa de la Discordia’ (Block of Discord) along Barcelona’s famous Passeig de Gràcia, Casa Lleo i ...  Read more

Casa Vicens

3.5 star rating: Worth doing 6 Reviews

Gaudi masterpieces in Barcelona aren’t limited to popular spots Casa Batllo, La Pedrera, La Sagrada Familia and Parc Güell. In fact, Gaudi’s first big ...  Read more

Catalunya Square

Strategically located at the meeting point of La Rambla and Passeig de Gràcia, two of Barcelona’s busiest boulevards, Catalunya Square (Plaça de ...  Read more

Cathedral of Barcelona

4.5 star rating: Recommended 312 Reviews

Standing tall over a medieval square in the center of Barcelona’s Gothic Quarter, the Barcelona Cathedral (known formally as the Cathedral of the Holy Cross ...  Read more

Cau Ferrat Museum (Museu Cau Ferrat)

Don’t be fooled — the beach isn’t the only reason to make it to Sitges; in fact, it might not even be the top one. A visit to the city’s Cau Ferrat Museum ...  Read more

Center of Contemporary Culture of Barcelona (CCCB)

4.5 star rating: Recommended 767 Reviews

The Center of Contemporary Culture of Barcelona (CCCB) will give you goodreason to head into the gritty streets of the El Raval neighborhood, just west of the ...  Read more

Chocolate Museum (Museu de la Xocolata)

3.5 star rating: Worth doing 162 Reviews

This delicious museum tells the story of chocolate across Europe, including its history, trade, manufacturing, and various uses. It traces the origins back to ...  Read more

City Hall (Casa de la Ciutat)

4.5 star rating: Recommended 160 Reviews

If you haven’t heard of Barcelona’s Plaça de Sant Jaume, then its City Hall — called the Casa de la Ciutat, in Catalan — should give you reason to pay ...  Read more

Ciutat Vella (Old City)

The historic heart of Barcelona is the Cuitat Vella, or Old City, home to the majority of the city’s tourist attractions and encompassing the districts of El ...  Read more

Collserola Natural Park (Parc de Collserola)

Named for the Catalan coastal mountain range Serra de Collserola, the Parc de Collserola isn’t far from the city of Barcelona — yet it remains relatively ...  Read more

Collserola Tower (Torre de Collserola)

Rising high from the top of the tallest mountain in Barcelona, the Collserola Tower’s unique design has made its mark on the city’s skyline. Built for the ...  Read more

Colonia Guell & Gaudi Crypt

4.5 star rating: Recommended 30 Reviews

If you’re a fan of Barcelona’s Modernist architecture, then explore a little more of it by taking an excursion south to Colonia Güell. Located 20 minutes ...  Read more

Columbus Monument

4 star rating: Recommended 8 Reviews

Some shorelines have lighthouses; Barcelona has the Columbus Monument. Standing 197 feet tall — the top 24 feet of which make up the statue of Columbus ...  Read more

Cornellà-El Prat Stadium (Estadi Cornellà-El Prat)

The Estadi Cornella-El Prat, also known as RCDE Stadium or Power8 Stadium, is the home of the RCD Espanyol football club in Barcelona, Spain. The stadium is ...  Read more

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