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A graceful city where beach life blends into the night life. You can’t help but spend hours exploring the streets and cutting through the alleys as each bend and turn in the road begins to reveal a little more of the secrets Barcelona has to share.
Much of the city’s design is inspired by the famous architect Antoni Gaudi and will take you to a place where cathedrals tower into the sky. It is rumored that as you gaze on the Sagrada Familia for the first time, if you listen closely to the wind, you can hear Gaudi’s famous words whispering through the arches and spires.
“The straight line belongs to Men, the curved one to God.”
This park was part of an unsuccessful venture of Gaudi and Güell to design and develop a gated community of 60 houses for Barcelona’s wealthy residents. This iconic park has turned into one of Barcel... See more
The Sagrada Familia
This is one of the very few buildings in the world that will take your breath away when you first see it. Gaudi’s work and design is viewed by most architects in the world as one of the most unique a... See more
The Picasso Museum
This 16th century palace is home to the largest collection of artworks of Pablo Picasso. There are 4,251 works by Picasso in the permanent collection.
Tour the Game of Thrones Locations in Girona
Wake up early in the morning and head 61 miles away for a day trip to a city filled with historical and modern, cultural heritage. Old Town stands on a hill above the river Onyar with eleven bridges ... See more
Spend the Morning in Montserrat
Originally founded by an order of Benedictine monks, this mountain retreat may be the highlight of your Barcelona trip. Take the first train of the day to arrive by sunrise for a breathtaking view. ... See more
Watch the Sun Set from the Bunkers of Carmel
This sunset adventure is only known to a few of the most adventurous travelers. This must do experience has been kept a secret for years and is a favorite for the locals. Every evening, people will ... See more
Watch Street Performers at Las Ramblas
One of Barcelona’s best, free activities happens in the heart of Old Town’s most famous street, Las Ramblas. Talented mimes, magicians, clowns, dancers and human statues dazzle the crowds with their... See more
Ride the Big Wheel at the Tibidabo Amusement Park
Whether you are a child or an adult, you will enjoy the trip to one of the most stunning views in Barcelona. At the top of the mountain, you will find an amusement park that was built in 1889. With ... See more
Have Dinner in the Dark
There is scientific proof that when you have one of your senses taken away your other senses will heighten to compensate for the loss. This one of a kind experience will put that theory to the test. ... See more