Barcelona Sights

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Barri Gotic 21

Eixample 19

Sant Pere and La Ribera 17

La Ciutadella and Barceloneta 15

La Rambla 15

Gracia 13

Upper Barcelona 12

El Raval 11

Montjuic 9

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Ajuntament de Barcelona

  • Building/Architectural Site

The 15th-century city hall on Plaça Sant Jaume faces the Palau de la Generalitat, with its mid-18th-century neoclassical facade, across...

Antic Hospital de la Santa Creu i Sant Pau

  • Hospital–Sight

Founded in the 10th century, this is one of Europe's earliest medical complexes, and contains some of Barcelona's most impressive Gothic...

Arc del Triomf

  • Memorial/Monument/Tomb

This imposing, exposed-redbrick arch was built by Josep Vilaseca as the grand entrance for the 1888 Universal Exhibition. Similar in...

Baixada de Santa Eulàlia

  • Religious Building/Site/Shrine

Down Carrer Sant Sever from the side door of the cathedral cloister, past Carrer Sant Domènec del Call and the Esglèsia de Sant Sever,...

Biblioteca Francesca Bonnemaison

  • Library/Archive

Barcelona's (and probably the world's) first library established exclusively for women, the Biblioteca Popular de la Dona was founded...

Café Zurich

  • Restaurant–Sight

This traditional café and rendezvous point at the top of the Rambla, over the metro station, has an elegant, high-ceilinged interior.

CaixaForum

  • Building/Architectural Site

This neo-Mudejar Art Nouveau fortress, built to house a factory in 1911 by Josep Puig i Cadafalch (architect of Casa de les Punxes, Casa...

Camp Nou

  • Sports Venue

If you're in Barcelona between September and June, a chance to witness the celebrated FC Barcelona play soccer (preferably against Real...

Capella d'en Marcús

  • Religious Building/Site/Shrine

This Romanesque hermitage looks as if it had been left behind by some remote order of hermit-monks who meant to take it on a picnic in...

Carrer Banys Vells

  • Neighborhood/Street

This little pedestrian-only alleyway paralleling Carrer Montcada just gets better and better. Exploring Banys Vells is a delight, from...

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