Barcelona is an open air museum. It offers revolutionary designs declared World Heritage Sites by UNESCO of famous architects such as Antoni Gaudi.
Don’t miss the number one landmark in Spain, Gaudi’s Sagrada Familia, which construction started from 1882 and continues to this day to become the world’s tallest cathedral. Then there is unusual park Guell and the stunning Casa Mila.
Discover unique art exhibitions in Picasso Museum containing more than 4000 artworks. Enjoy thousands years of art in one museum at Museu Nacional d’Art de Catalunya and take a look at other prestigious contemporary art galleries such as Àgora 3, Àmbit and Aretvistas gallery.
Barcelona has much more than fabulous heritage and art museums. The various natural landmarks offer plenty of outdoor activities and adventures such as skydiving, skateboarding, free jump, mountain climbing, wakeboard and mountain bike.
The city seems to party year long. Full of life, it boasts a plethora of music festivals such as the electronic and digital art event Sonar festival, the lineup of world’s best artists in Giant Primavera Sound and more amusement in Benicassim festival.
When the lights are up, the real beauty of Barcelona shows up. Enjoy fresh air and gastronomic delights while setting in outdoor restaurants. Looking for an unforgettable night? Barcelona’s clubs gives a unique experience.