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  • History of Barcelona

    History of Barcelona

    The cradle of Catalan culture, amongst many other cultures and civilisations, and a witness to major transformations such as the Industrial Revolution or the Civil War amongst many others, Barcelona has a fascinating history. Find out more about it!

  • Interesting districts

    Interesting districts

    Discover the characteristics, charm and the most interesting and attractive places of Barcelona's districts and neighbourhoods!

  • Roman Route

    Roman Route

    A tour of Roman Barcelona is a box of surprises containing archaeological remains dating from the time the city was established. Barcino, the Roman city founded in the 1st century BC, has left us a valuable legacy, which can be found in the Gothic Quarter, the site of the early walled city.

  • Les Corts and Pedralbes

    Les Corts and Pedralbes

    The city's longest avenue, the Diagonal, cuts through the two neighbourhoods. To the south, Les Corts, which is a blend of modernity and the rural origins of the area. To the north, the smart residential district of Pedralbes, with its parks, quiet streets and outstanding Gothic monastery.

  • Nou Barris

    Nou Barris

    The district of Nou Barris comprises 13 neighbourhoods, each one with its own secrets and hidden corners that are waiting to be discovered. They are blue-collar areas with a lot of character, which have evolved as a result of struggles by the community to improve their services and infrastructures. Now they are proud to show visitors the attractive and innovative green areas which are well worth discovering.

  • HortaGuinardó

    HortaGuinardó

    Barcelona's third largest district is characterised by its uneven landform consisting of mountains, hills and valleys, as well as the abundance of green areas that make it one of the most attractive spots for people in search of peace and quiet in the open air.

  • Sant Andreu

    Sant Andreu

    Sant Andreu was originally an agricultural community, which became one of the city's main industrial and retail districts. In recent years, the area has evolved at a rapid pace, with improvements being made to abandoned industrial sites and derelict plots of land which have been incorporated into the traditional areas of Sant Andreu, with its main square, the Plaça del Mercadal, and the church of Sant Andreu del Palomar.

  • Gràcia i Park Güell

    Gràcia i Park Güell

    No other neighbourhood in Barcelona better encapsulates traditional charm and vibrant modernity than Gràcia. Formerly a separate village, it now forms the core of the Barcelona's 6th district, which also includes other neighbourhoods such as Vallcarca, Penitents and La Salut

  • Three days in Barcelona

    Three days in Barcelona

    You have got three days to enjoy the city. Here’s an alternative which will allow you to discover the most characteristic side of Barcelona. Get a Barcelona Card and prepare for three days of intensive… but memorable, sightseeing.

  • Topos Eduardo Chillida

    Topos Eduardo Chillida

    At one end of the Plaça del Rei, a monument breaks with the prevailing Gothic style of this area. A robust metal structure seems out of keeping with its surroundings while fitting in perfectly. Topos V is a sculpture that acts as a bridge between the Middle Ages and the modern era.

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