The Casa Batlló, built by Antonio Gaudí in 1904-1906, is a key element in the architecture of the modernist Barcelona. The work expresses the splendor of an architect who worked with total creative freedom.
Located in the Central Passeig de Gràcia in Barcelona is the Casa Milá or La Pedrera, between fantasy and feature the work of Antonio Gaudí. Declared heritage of humanity by UNESCO since 1984, the Casa Milà allows to visit three spaces: dormers structured based on catenary arches of brick; the roof and finally a time flat.
The Tibidabo amusement park is a magical and emblematic place of the city of Barcelona, one of the oldest in the world. The Park offers visitors more than 25 attractions for all ages, shows and touring animation.
The Aquarium of Barcelona is a playful marine Centre and education situated next to the sea, an ideal place to learn about the sea, especially in the Mediterranean, and a fantastic option for enjoying your free time.
Poble Espanyol (Spanish village) is a "village within the city", a performance scale of a typical Spanish village. Formed by 117 copies of famous buildings and areas representing the 15 regions of Spain, offers the visitor the opportunity to travel the length and breadth of the country without abandoning the facilities at any time.
National Art Museum of Catalonia comprises all the Arts (sculpture, painting, arts of the object, drawings, prints, posters, photography collection and collection of numismatics) and is intended to explain a global discourse of Catalan art from the Romanesque mid-20th century.
The Picasso Museum in Barcelona is the reference center for knowledge of the formative years of Pablo Picasso. The history of the Museum is the Chronicle of how the artist left his mark on Barcelona.
The periods that mark the peak moments are represented in the collections of the Museum in which Picasso was related to the city.
The Basilica of Santa Maria del Mar of Barcelona is one of the most perfect examples of the Gothic architecture, by harmony in its proportions and the serenity that offers the whole.
The Sagrada Familia in Barcelona is the epitome of the modernist architecture by Gaudí and the characteristic of Barcelona and known monument. Flamboyant, ambitious and controversial, this modern temple is under construction since 1882 and scheduled completion in 2030.
One of the attractions of the city of Barcelona are its beaches. The city today boasts bathing areas that occupy more than 4.2 linear kilometers of coastline. It’s beaches that are fully centrally, perfectly communicated and situated just minutes from anywhere in the city. From Barceloneta to the Forum Park find the following beaches: Sant Sebastià, Nova Icària, Bogatell, Mar Bella, Nova Mar Bella, Llevant and baths of the Fòrum area.
Fira de Barcelona is the unique setting for the meeting and exchange of knowledge of the different economic and social sectors. With a portfolio of more than 70 rooms (annual, biannual, biennial and triennial) comprising approximately 35,000 companies (direct and represented), Fira de Barcelona receives more than three million visitors.