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  • Casa Amatller

    Casa Amatller

    The original inhabitants of the house, the chocolate manufacturer Antoni Amatller and his daughter Teresa, will once again receive visitors and explain the history of their family and modernism. They will also tell visitors about the architect Josep Puig i Cadafalch, who refurbished the house between 1898-1900. The original furniture and art collections are preserved inside the house.

  • Barcelona Beach Festival

    Barcelona Beach Festival

    The best in current electronic music and EDM (Electronic Dance Music) is being showcased at the Barcelona Beach Festival 2018, being held once again at the Platja del Fòrum and the Parc de la Pau in Barcelona. This festival is becoming consolidated as the greatest ever contemporary dance music extravaganza. Year after year they succeed in congregating the very best Spanish and international DJs. Passing through the booth last year were well-known names from the current scene such as Kygo, Armin Van Buuren, Axwell Ingrosso, Martin Garrix and Hardwell.

    In an incomparable setting and, with the beach as a backdrop, the festival has cemented its name as the best one-day electronic music festival in Spain. There are nearly 14 hours of uninterrupted music.

  • Santa Maria del Mar at dusk

    Santa Maria del Mar at dusk

    An exclusive visit for small groups means that you can wander through one of the most special churches of the city practically on your own. The galleries, the crypt and the neoclassic chapel that normally cannot be visited, are included in this visit. The silence, the monumental lighting and the vastness of the building make it a unique experience.
    Access to the terraces through the towers gives you a new perspective of the building and enables visitors to come closer than ever to the rose window, the picture windows, the buttresses and the gargoyles. From different levels of the roofs, you can see the narrow alleys of the Born, the main buildings of Ciutat Vella and an impressive 360º panorama view over Barcelona at twilight.
    This is an intimate, extensive tour, about an hour and a half long, to peacefully wander through all the different parts, and at the same time, delve into the history, learning about anecdotes and historical events of the most emblematic building of Catalan Gothic style until today.

  • Grec Festival de Barcelona

    Grec Festival de Barcelona

    For many Barcelona culture lovers, summer means one thing: the Grec Festival, a wide-ranging arts event that sees the city through one of the hottest months of the year and into its traditional holiday period. Theatre, dance, music, circus and children's activities fill Barcelona's venues, although it is the iconic Teatre Grec that not only gives the festival its name but also provides the location for some of the most atmospheric performances.


  • Parks of Barcelona route

    Parks of Barcelona route

    There are many different sides to Barcelona: the Barcelona with its traditional neighbourhoods, the Gothic, modernista and contemporary city… but there is also a green Barcelona, the Barcelona of parks and gardens. You’ll find them dotted around the city. These green spaces are always interesting, whether it be for their plants, urban design or sculptures.

  • Beaches

    Beaches

    Barcelona has ten accessible beaches, with Wi-Fi and excellent amenities and services inviting you to enjoy the Mediterranean Sea throughout the year.

  • Protected natural areas

    Protected natural areas

    Nature in its purest state just a couple of hours away from Barcelona.

  • Mountain activities

    Mountain activities

  • Three city squares for a peaceful Sunday

    Three city squares for a peaceful Sunday

    City squares, particularly in Barcelona, are a meeting point, the focus of city life that gauge the mood of its residents. Spending a Sunday exploring the city's squares can be a great way to discover the city.

  • Sants Festival, how to become one of the locals

    Sants Festival, how to become one of the locals

    In summer, in June and September, Barcelona's former villages host their neighbourhood festivals. They are the perfect excuse to visit the city and lose yourself in its districts that are dressed up to the nines. The Sants Festival keeps alive the spirit of a major festival that used to be held in honour of Saint Bartholomew, the patron saint of the former village of Sants.

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