Things to do / Culture


  • Suzanne Valadon. The blue room, 1923. Museu Nacional d'Art de Catalunya

Museums, exhibition centres, art galleries, Music and Unesco world heritage... The Barcelona's cultural life is just as rich.

  • Antoni Tàpies in his studio, Barcelona


    Tàpies Year

    Antoni Tàpies was born in Barcelona on 13th December 1923. As part of the celebrations to commemorate the centenary of his birth in 2024, we invite you to explore the life and work of this contemporary artist.

  • Manifesta 15


    Manifesta 15

    Manifesta, the European Nomadic Biennial, will come to Barcelona and its metropolitan region to celebrate its 15th edition. From the 8th of September to the 24th of November 2024, Manifesta 15 develops cultural projects and interventions in the 12 participating cities, with the aim of decentralising culture in the region

  • Museu d'Art Nacional de Catalunya. MNAC


    Museums & Exhibition centers

    Art, culture, science and entertainment come together in Barcelona's museums and exhibition centers: Egyptian mummies and contemporary works of art, the city's Roman origins and one of Europe's biggest sports clubs…

  • Art galleries


    Art galleries

    Barcelona and the rest of Catalonia are home to many prestigious art galleries. The ones listed below are part of the Catalan Association of Art Galleries and take a journey through the world of the art and artists across the centuries.

  • Music



    Music for all tastes and ages. Barcelona is a city steeped in music all year round and there are so many reasons to sample what it has to offer, but the most important one is the most intangible: you've arrived in a city that is in love with music. And how good does that sound?

  • Destination UNESCO


    Destination UNESCO

    Barcelona and its environs are home to no less than nine UNESCO World Heritage landmarks. Will you be able to visit them all?

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