Places you can not miss and what to visit and get to know
Barcelona's opera house
The Gran Teatre del Liceu, was founded on the Rambla in 1847 and has continued over the years to fulfil its role as a culture and arts centre and one of the symbols of the city.
This beach is inextricably linked to the fishing quarter of the same name, Barceloneta
Barcelona's classic neighbourhood by the sea, where the people of Barcelona love to come and eat fish and seafood dishes and "tapas".
Together with Barceloneta beach, these are the city's oldest and most traditional beaches
They were the first to have amenities for bathing, an activity that was the exclusive domain of the city's well-to-do classes at the time. The recent building of a hotel has created a small, peaceful cove where you'll find a number of restaurants.
The beach has a very central location and convenient access via public transportation makes it one of the beach areas preferred by young locals and foreigners
Located between the Hospital del Mar and Calle de la Marina, Playa de Somorrostro comprises a stretch of coast that formerly belonged to the beach of the La Barceloneta. The beach was recently renamed to honor the Somorrostro shantytown that after one hundred years of life, was demolished to Franco visit to Barcelona in 1966.
Barcelona's Carrer Montcada is lined with a succession of medieval, Renaissance and baroque palazzos, their majestic doorways opening to reveal their beautiful courtyards of venerable stone
They bear witness to the rich and glorious past of medieval Barcelona's main street which was home to the city's nobles.