Barcelona Sights

We’ve compiled the best of the best in Barcelona - browse our top choices for the top things to see during your stay.

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Barri Gòtic 21

Born-Ribera 16

Eixample 16

La Ciutadella and Barceloneta 16

La Rambla 16

Gràcia 13

Upper Barcelona 13

El Raval 11

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Museum/ Gallery 26

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Plaza/ Square/ Piazza 16

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Religious Building/ Site/ Shrine 15

Restaurant–Sight 2

Sports Venue 2

Store/ Shop/ Mall 1

Town/ Village 2

Transportation Site (Airport, Bus, Ferry, Train) 2

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La Boqueria

  • Market/Bazaar

Barcelona's most spectacular food market, also known as the Mercat de Sant Josep, is an explosion of life and color graced with wonderful...

Mercat de Sant Antoni

  • Market/Bazaar

Now undergoing a vast restoration project, this fascinating and multifaceted market was scheduled to reopen, in all its former glory,...

Mercat de Santa Caterina

  • Market/Bazaar

This marketplace, a splendid carnival of colors with a roller-coaster rooftop, was restored by the late Enric Miralles, whose widow Benedetta...

Mercat de la Llibertat

  • Market/Bazaar

This uptown version of the Rambla's Boqueria market is one of Gràcia's coziest spaces, a food market big enough to roam in and small...

Mercat de la Revolució

  • Market/Bazaar

Officially the Abaceria Central, the market got its early name from the nearby Plaça de la Revolució de Setembre de 1868 just a block...

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