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The rose and the book are the centrepieces of the image created by the illustrator Magoz for Sant Jordi 2019. This is a new Turisme de Barcelona initiative that will feature a guest artist from a different country every year. Discover the true meaning of this day through the eyes of the Catalan designer.
Literature and Barcelona are the stars of their own love story. A good number of writers have set their novels in the city or have moved there to pursue their literary careers. Do you want to follow in their footsteps and discover their legacies? If so, our literary trails are the perfect plan. Do you want to turn the page?
The best way to admire Barcelona in all its beauty is from high above the city. This is where Barcelona reveals itself in total splendour. Standing on a plain surrounded by ridges and low peaks, its unequalled geographical location conceals countless viewing spots, or miradors, that make it a treat for the most inquisitive eyes. Shall we take a look?
There's one day every year when travellers and visitors to Barcelona feel like they're on another planet. This is a day when Barcelona is suffused with a different atmosphere and it seems that everybody heads to the streets. So if you're planning on coming to Barcelona and your visit coincides with 23rd April, you're in luck! You'll experience the city on what is arguably the Barcelonians' most cherished day.
The Ribera neighbourhood has its own unique charm. The streets of the Ribera are a living time capsule of the city-s history, and the neighbourhood still provides a window onto the Mediterranean. It is a charming spot with a wide range of options for you to enjoy the sea and culture. Below you-ll find some suggestions for activities you can enjoy for a day.
As you may well know, in Barcelona, and throughout Catalonia, food is central to our lifestyle. And bread is certainly one of the most ubiquitous, and important, foods on our table. Come and discover why the smell of freshly baked bread is one of the Catalans' favourite aromas. We're sure you'll love it too!
Barcelona can boast of many things, but it is its status as a Mediterranean, historic, cutting-edge, cultural and cosmopolitan city that make it truly special. Here are two great ideas for your visit that will take you from the old harbour, the Port Vell, right by the sea, to Barcelona's green lung, the Parc de Montjuïc, to make sure you enjoy your visitor experience to the full with a perfect combination of sea and city.
Barcelona was a city that I had dreamed of visiting for such a long time and was firmly at the top of my travel bucket list. So I was beyond thrilled and excited to finally visit beautiful Barcelona for four wonderful days.