Connection metro L4
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Access to Barcelona glories shopping centre
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Via the Barcelona metro line 1 (red line) you can get off at "Espanya" to get to Montjuic and its Olympic stadium, as well as "Catalunya" to cross the Ramblas after walking around the Plaça Catalunya. If you get off at the Arc de Triomf stop, you will be able to access not only to the arc de triomph monument but also to the magnificent Ciutadella park and the chocolate museum.
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With its open roof, the turistic bus is the most convenient way to visit Barcelona without moving. Staying comfortable, accompanied by an audio guide, and discover the city's must-see sites. From 1 to 2 days, compose your visit via the various itineraries available ; go up and down whenever you want.
The Paseo de Gracia (Passeig de Gracia), Barcelona's fashion boulevard where monuments, exceptional architecture, restaurants and boutiques of famous brands such as Hermés, Chanel or Diesel share the 1.5 kilometres that connect Plaça Catalunya to the Gracia district.Quick visit of the Passeig de Gracia
Maze of alleys between Raval and Born where museums, churches, Roman vestigations and architecture retrace the history of Barcelona's oldest district that stretches along the Ramblas from the old port to the Plaza Cataluña.Barcelona Gothic Quarter walk
From classical to modern music, (UNESCO heritage since 1997), the Palau de la Música Catalana (Palau de la Música Catalana) is one of the most beautiful concert halls in Barcelona.Book your tickets online
To travel from Barcelona Airport to the city centre by bus, the aerobus offers a shuttle service available all year round that takes you to Plaça Catalunya via Plaça Espanya, Gran Via Urgell and Plaça Universitat.Online airport shuttle reservation
Barcelona's triumphal arch, a monument entirely designed in red brick by Josep Vilaseca i Casanovas, symbolizes the gate that led to the Universal Exhibition of 1888. Nowadays, this gate gives you access to the Parc de la Ciutadella.Barcelona triumphal arch
For a guaranteed change of scenery in the heart of Barcelona, the 17 hectares of the Parc de la Ciutadella, strewn with museums, gardens, and the artificial lake of the Arc de Triomf at the Barcelona Zoo, offer beautiful walks to reach the Olympic port.virtual walk in the Ciutadella Park
Meeting point between Plaça Catalunya and Port Vell, the Barcelona's Rambla represents the 2 kilometres of the city's busiest pedestrian avenues, where artists, painters and musicians give the greatest tourists satisfaction.Barcelona Ramblas virtual tour
From its 184-metre height, which houses the remains of the 1992 Olympic Games as well as beautiful parks and museums, Montjuic Hill is one of Barcelona's most visited tourist sites, offering exceptional panoramic views.Walk on Montjuic heights
Located at the access point that leads to the hills of Barcelona, the Plaça Espanya (Spanish Steps) opens the doors of Montjuic to you. A huge roundabout that acts as a communication axis between several of Barcelona's main avenues and leads to the city's old bullring.Barcelona plaza España virtual tour
As a very important intersection of the city, and a rallying point served by a large number of transports, Plaça Catalunya is one of the most recommended meeting points to get to the centre of Barcelona, where the pigeons have established their headquarters.More about Plaça Catalunya in Barcelona
Leisure, business, entertainment, curiosities and rest, Barcelona's Avenida Diagonal, one of the most important thoroughfares in Barcelona, which stretches from one end of the city to the other, from the Forum to the university zone, offers access to many of Barcelona's unmissable sites.Visit Barcelona From Diagonal avenue
Designed by the French architect Jean Nouvel, the 145-metre-high Agbar Tower, a Barcelona skyscraper entirely covered by a glass façade located at the foot of Les Glories Square, offers magnificent plays of light at night.Barcelona Glories Tower
Inaugurated in 2011, Barcelona's former bullring at the foot of Plaça Espanya has been converted into one of the largest shopping centres in Barcelona.Visita virtual de las antiguas arenas de Barcelona
Converted into Catalonia National Art Museum in 1934, the Barcelona national palace, built on the 1929 Universal Exhibition occasion, houses one of the most complete collections of Romanesque art in the world.Barcelona National Palace pictures
Barcelona's Chocolate Museum, a world of sweets where the culture of cocoa is expressed through equally impressive sculptures of monuments, celebrities or comic book heroes of all colours.Barcelona Chocolate museum preview
Inaugurated in 2014, in the Disseny Hub building in Place de les Glories, located between the Barcelona flea market and the Les Glories shopping centre, the Barcelona Design Museum houses 4 permanent exhibitions dedicated to the culture of the object, decorative art and design.Barcelona museums not to be missed
Built in 1985 on the foundations of a textile factory, the architect Luis Peña Ganchegi represented water, earth and fire around the chimneys of the old factory. The Espanya Industrial Park groups together a wide variety of bird species around an artificial lake.where are the most beautiful parks in Barcelona
Located at the foot of Barcelona's bullring, the Joan Miro Park, formerly known as the Escorxador Park, is made up of a wide variety of vegetation on different floors; it is the ideal place to take a break before setting off on the Montjuic hillPaseo virtual por el parque Joan Miró de Barcelona
Equipped with 3 halls, the largest of which can hold up to 2200 people, the Auditori's 40000 m2 is one of the most important concert halls in BarcelonaAddress : Carrer de Lepant, 150, 08013 Barcelona
All year round, congresses, fairs, conferences, shows, events, and many international trade exhibitions are held at the Fira de Barcelona; FIRA de Barcelona the exhibition centre of Barcelona.Avinguda Reina Maria Cristina - 1 - Barcelona Plaça Espanya
The Palau Sant Jordi was one of the sports venues built for the 1992 Barcelona Olympic Games. Nowadays, The Montjuic multipurpose hall is often used as a concert and performance hall.Palau Sant Jordi Barcelona
With 5 halls, 2 of which can accommodate up to 2000 people, the Razzmatazz is not only Barcelona's largest nightclub but also one of the city's most popular concert halls.Address : Carrer dels Almogàvers, 122, 08018 Barcelona
Located in the Plaça de les Glòries Catalanes, the Les Glories shopping centre is home to many brands such as Zara, Mango, C&a, as well as several cinemas, restaurants and a Carrefour hypermarket.Avinguda Diagonal, 208, 08018 Barcelona
Located between Plaça Catalunya and Barcelona Cathedral, la puerta del angel, a pedestrian avenue littered with shops and craftsmen's stalls, leads us to many alleys and squares.Metro Plaça Catalunya
Located in the Born district, the Santa Caterina market in Barcelona is a historical place where you can buy typical products from Catalonia and Spain.Av. de Francesc Cambó, 16, Barcelona