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  • Reopening of the Museu Marítim

    Reopening of the Museu Marítim

    Barcelona's maritime museum, the Museu Marítim, reopened on 22nd June with all the necessary protective measures against Covid-19 in place.

    Housed inside the city's medieval shipyards, the Drassanes Reials – one of the finest examples of Catalan civil Gothic architecture – the museum puts maritime culture in the spotlight through its vast holdings, educational activities and temporary and permanent exhibitions. A place where you can enjoy the world of seafaring in an interactive, visual way.

    The museum is currently holding the following exhibitions: "Siren Songs", "Les Sorres X", "The Beach, a Changing Space", "Catalonia Beyond the Sea" and "Merchant Vessels: the Transition from Sails to Engines".

  • Sea tours

    Sea tours

    Barcelona is a city that loves the sea and the amenities provided by its 4.5 km of beaches. A maiden voyage on a yacht, a pleasure cruise on one of the traditional “Golondrinas” or a sail on a modern catamaran are just some of the tours you can take part in if you want to enjoy vistas of Barcelona from the sea.

  • 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.

  • Landmark sights

    Landmark sights

    Discover the places that made Barcelona a city of Olympic milestones. Relive the excitement of an Olympic Games that marked a watershed in the history of the Olympic movement and stroll among architectural gems such as the Palau Sant Jordi and the Lluís Companys Olympic Stadium.

  • Directory of venues

    Directory of venues

    Barcelona, a city for sports. On two or four wheels; with a stick, racquet or club, on horseback, in the water… whatever your sport, you'll find the right venue to suit you in this directory..

  • La Barceloneta

    La Barceloneta

    The streets of the Barceloneta in Ciutat Vella district are arranged like corridors running parallel and perpendicular to the Port de Barcelona, and draw us into a world of modest buildings, with balconies displaying clothes hanging out to dry and small ground-floor restaurants and tapas bars, filled with chatter and noise, and permeated by the constant smell of the sea.

  • Poblenou

    Poblenou

    Poblenou now turns its gaze proudly to the sea, satisfied to have it close by. It has left behind its industrial past and the harsh living conditions. It is a past that has left an industrial legacy that can still be admired and has adapted to modern times in a process of renovation that commenced with the 1992 Olympic Games.

  • Costa Brava

    Costa Brava

    50 kilometres from Barcelona, its rugged coastline contrasts with the gentle Mediterranean and its gastronomy combines the flavours of the sea and the land.

  • Maresme

    Maresme

    From Montgat to Malgrat de Mar, an entire coastline with beautiful villages, long sandy beaches, pine forests and stunning mansions.

  • Four days in Barcelona

    Four days in Barcelona

    You can get a lot out of four days in Barcelona if you plan your visit carefully. Here are some suggestions which include the city’s main landmarks and even invite you to discover some of the areas outside Barcelona, so that you can really make the most of your trip.

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