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Evenia Rocafort

08015 Barcelona, ., Rocafort, 23-25

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Hlg Citypark Nicaragua

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Hostal L’Antic Espai

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INOUT HOSTEL

08017 Barcelona, 17., MAJOR DEL RECTORET 2

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Mednights

08007 Barcelona, 1., Rambla de Catalunya 42

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Principal

08001 Barcelona, 1., junta de comerç

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Places to see in Barcelona

 Places to see in Barcelona, things to do in Barcelona Spain

1.      La Sagrada Familia

A Giant Temple designed by the master architect Antonio Gaudi. This building has been under construction since 1882 and they've still got another 30 to 80 years (depending on funding and resources) to go before it will be finished. This is by far the most popular tourist attraction in Barcelona and the only cathedral in the world still under construction. Antoni Gaudi died in 1926, when only a quite small part of his creation had been built. The famous British author George Orwell called la Sagrada Familia, “the ugliest building on earth!”  Whether you love it or hate it, it certainly is a spectacular and audacious structure and worth seeing. The construction is completely financed by private donations and visitor admission fees.

 

2.      L'Aquarium de Barcelona

In the city’s old harbour, the Port Vell, L’Aquàrium de Barcelona is the world’s most important marine leisure and education centre dedicated to Mediterranean undersea life.  An ideal place to see the sea bed with a series of 35 mediterranean and tropical tanks. You can see 11,000 animals and approximately 450 different species and enjoy the immense Oceanarium, the only one in Europe, where you’ll find such diverse species as giltheads, morays, ocean sunfish, rays and sharks. There is an underwater tunnel 80 metres long inside the Oceanarium. At L’Aquàrium de Barcelona, as well as the tanks and the displays, you can enjoy the different services: cafeteria, L’Aquàrium shop, souvenir photo, the auditorium, etc.

 

3.      Magic Fountain

The Magic Fountain is definately a "must see." It is a magnificent spectacle of water, light and music built in 1929 as one of the biggest attractions of the 1929 Barcelona World Fair and Universal Exposition. To this day it remains one of the most famous spots in Barcelona with an estimated 2.5 million visitors annually. The magic fountain is a spectacular display of colour, light, motion, music and water acrobatics - if you mix all these elements together in just the right combinations, you end up with pure magic.

 

4.      Picasso Museum

The Ruiz-Picassos, Pablo Picasso’s family, lived in Barcelona from 1895 to 1904 having moved to Barcelona permanently from Malaga, where Pablo Picasso was born and had already started his art studies, but Barcelona had a huge influence on his early years as a struggling painter and it was in Barcelona that Picasso first exhibited his work. The Picasso museum in Barcelona does not have any of his most famous paintings, but exhibits many sketches and lesser known works, that are a thrill to see.  The museum is housed in several fabulous gothic mansions in the old part of Barcelona called El Born.  The museum has arranged Picasso's paintings in chronological order from his early days to his final works. Arranging the paintings in this way gives you a fascinating insight into the development of Picasso thinking over time and shows how he developed the distinctive designs that he is famous for today. This is definately a top attraction in Barcelona.

 

5.      FC Barcelona museum & stadium

The Camp Nou stadium tour and museum tours are one of the most popular attractions in Barcelona. Seeing a game with the world stars is of course also a major attraction for sports fans who visit Barcelona. If you are a football fan then this museum is a must see. It has wall to wall trophies, pictures and statues of the greats. You can buy a ticket for the museum and to see the stadium or you can buy a dual ticket where you get to see the museum and behind the scenes at the club e.g. changing rooms, VIP lounge, press conference areas etc.

 

6.      La Rambla

The Spanish poet Federico García Lorca is attributed with saying about La Rambla, "It is the only street in the world which I wish would never end". La Rambla starts at Plaza Catalunya and ends at the Monument of Columbus at the Port Vell harbour of Barcelona. La Rambla it is not a spectacular sight, but fun to walk down and enjoy the human heartbeat of Barcelona. If you have not strolled down this famouse walking street, you cannot say you have been in Barcelona. Also called Las Ramblas as it is really a collection of various stretches of street with different names. However be careful of  pickpockets on La Rambla and in the Metro.

 

7.      The Spanish Village

The Poble Espanyol de Barcelona - the Spanish Village of Barcelona - was built in 1929 for the 1929 World Fair and Universal Exposition in Barcelona. The Spanish Village was an architectural experiment to create an “ideal” model for a village, with different quarters that replicate the style of houses and architecture from different parts of Spain. Due to popular demand it was left intact after the exhibition. It now houses a wide variety of cafés, night clubs, restaurants, specialist craft shops and workshops where you can see some traditionally made Spanish goods and a programme of concerts and events, especially in the summer. Poble Espanyol is also the venue for the Famous Flamenco show at tablao de Carmen which maybe is one reason for it's popularity.

 

8.      National Art Museum of Catalonia

The museum charts 1,000 years of national cultural heritage. It is surrounded by a faux grandeur of fountains and gardens which are part of the Palau Nacional, built for the 1929 International Exhibition. In particular, this incredibly spacious museum now houses the greatest collection of pre-medieval Romanesque frescoes in the world. These were all but lost to the world until after the first world war, when enlightened Catalans relocated and restored those that had survived years of mutilation and neglect in the tiny villages in the Pyrenees.

 

9.      Park Guell

Designed by Antoni Gaudi and now a UNESCO Worid Heritage Site, a The original plan for Parc Guell was to build a private and exclusive residential garden city with 60 houses on the grounds. The plan to sell houses on this development failed due to lack of interest, and in 1923 the Gaudi’s patron Count Eusebi Güell who had commissioned the job donated the site to the council and it became the public park we can all marvel at today.

 

10. Barrio Gotico

The Barrio Gotico is the old city of Barcelona which was built on and around the old Roman town of Barcino. This part of the city is an attraction in itself with many churches, plazas, markets and museums. You can see parts of the old Roman walls and below the city history museum - Museum d'Història de la Ciutat - there are remains of Roman houses and streets of Barcino.

 

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