Welcome to Barcelona!
With this brief practical guide you will learn about the most important historical episodes, many of which you can relive while walking around the city, and you will be able to clear up any doubts about how to get around the city, opening hours, safety, etc., so that you can enjoy the Catalan capital to the full.
You can also discover family activities, cultural events and a selection of the best restaurants and hotels in the city.
And you will find suggestions and reports according to the season of the year, to make your visit as perfect as possible.
Barcelona is a city that invites to get lost to discover the lively streets and squares of Gràcia and Poblenou, to enjoy some wonderful views of the city…and, of course, to contemplate all kinds of architectural styles, from of Santa Maria del Mar’s gothic to the most modern skyscrapers of Diagonal Mar and Glòries, including the modernist Pedrera.
Barcelona lived within its walls until the middle of the 19th century. For this reason, its historical nucleus, accumulates 2,000 years of history.
This area became the main artery of the city as soon as it began to be built, turning it into an outdoor modernism museum.
This area stands out for its architectural variety, and for the innovative companies, universities and other research centres that coexist.
Montjuïc, the magic mountain of Barcelona, has been witness and protagonist of transcendental events in the city.
This neighbourhood preserves its sailor’s spirit despite the profound transformation of the 1992 Olympic Games.
Check out the amount of activities, visits and things that you can do in Barcelona. Discover its magic, essence, people and culture.
Barcelona, one of the most popular cities of Spain among tourists, has to have a wide variety of accommodation to cover all needs. For that reason, we know that looking for a hotel to stay in the city can be a difficult task, but that’s why we are here, to help you.
Here you will find a selection of hotels where to stay during your visit to Barcelona.
Michelin starred restaurants, historic premises, bars on trend… Barcelona has all kinds of establishments. There you will find local products and traditional Catalan recipes, but also the latest trends in haute cuisine and dishes from all over the world.
Mestre Enric Morera 25, 08339 Vilassar de Dalt, Barcelona
Phone: +34 937 53 27 08
Phone: +34 937 53 27 08