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 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

Poblenou 1

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Amusement Park/ Water Park 1

Archaeological Site/ Ruins 3

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Building/ Architectural Site 31

Castle/ Palace/ Chateau 5

Educational Institution 5

Fountain 5

Garden/ Arboretum 1

Government Building 5

Historic District/ Site 2

Hospital–Sight 2

House/ Mansion/ Villa 19

Library/ Archive 8

Local Interest–Sight 1

Marina/ Pier/ Dock 2

Market/ Bazaar 5

Memorial/ Monument/ Tomb 4

Museum/ Gallery 28

Neighborhood/ Street 8

Park/ Playground 3

Plaza/ Square/ Piazza 18

Promenade/ Boardwalk 2

Public Art (Mural/ Sculpture/ Statue) 1

Religious Building/ Site/ Shrine 15

Restaurant–Sight 3

Sports Venue 2

Store/ Shop/ Mall 2

Town/ Village 1

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

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Camp Nou

  • Museum/Gallery

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

Casa Roviralta–El Frare Blanc

  • Restaurant–Sight

Gaudí disciple Joan Rubió i Bellver, creator of the Gran Via's Casa Golferichs, won the Barcelona architecture prize of 1913 with this...

Col.legi de les Teresianes

  • Religious Building/Site/Shrine

Built in 1889 for the Reverend Mothers of St. Theresa, when Gaudí was still occasionally using straight lines, this building, an operating...

CosmoCaixa–Museu de la Ciència Fundació "La Caixa"

  • Museum/Gallery

Young scientific minds work overtime in this interactive science museum, just below Tibidabo. Among the many displays designed for children...

Mirador Torre de Collserola

  • Building/Architectural Site

The Collserola communications tower was designed by Norman Foster for the 1992 Olympics; an industrial spike on an otherwise pristine...

Monestir de Pedralbes

  • Museum/Gallery

This marvel of a monastery, named for its original white stones ( pedres albes ), is really a convent, founded in 1326 for the Franciscan...

Palau Reial de Pedralbes

  • Park/Playground

Built in the 1920s as the palatial estate of Count Eusebi Güell—one of Gaudí's most important patrons—this mansion was transformed...

Pavellons de la Finca Güell–Càtedra Gaudí

  • Building/Architectural Site

Work on the Finca began in 1883 as an extension of Count Eusabi Güell's family estate. Gaudí, the count's architect of choice, was...

Sarrià

  • Local Interest–Sight

The village of Sarrià was originally a cluster of farms and country houses overlooking Barcelona from the hills. Once dismissively described...

Tibidabo

  • Amusement Park/Water Park

One of Barcelona's two promontories, this hill bears a distinctive name, generally translated as "To Thee I Will Give." It refers to...

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