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  • Mon to Fri: 9 am - 6 pm / Sat 9 am - 1 pm
  • Top sights

    Parc de la Ciutadella (Parque de la Ciudadela)
    1. Parc de la Ciutadella (Parque de la Ciudadela)
    2. Muntanya de Montjuïc (Montaña de Montjuïc)
    3. Casa Batlló
    4. Parking Pizza
    5. Sagrada Família (Templo Expiatorio de la Sagrada Familia)
  • The best restaurants

    Parking Pizza
    1. Parking Pizza
    2. Casa Lolea
    3. Spice Café
    4. Baluard Barceloneta
    5. La Alcoba Azul
  • Popular shopping locations

    La Central del Raval
    1. La Central del Raval
    2. Altaïr
    3. Mercat de Sant Josep - La Boqueria
    4. Librería Gigamesh
    5. Laie CCCB

About this Port

Barcelona, the capital and cultural hub of Spain's Catalonia region is an exciting, energetic and cosmopolitan city that is rich in history, culture and the arts.

Museo Picasso
Discover Picasso's important early works in this museum's fascinating showcase. Other must-sees are the Museum of Modern Art and the palatial Museu d'Art de Catalunya, with works by El Greco, Dali and other masters who called Barcelona home.

La Sagrada Familia
Built by modernist architect, Antoni Gaudi, the La Sagrada Familia Church is a truly unique masterpiece with its flamboyant spires, unusual curves and sculpted figures. His La Pedrera (quarry) is, perhaps, the most unique block of apartments and offices in the world, built with an organic-looking, wavy stone façade.

Las Ramblas
Stroll the broad promenade of Las Ramblas, the lively district of shops, restaurants and clubs where people-watching is pastime. Or dine on Catalonian cuisine, such as Habras a la Catalina with wine that the region is famous for at one of the Placa Reial's chic cafes.

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