Between the Rambla and the triumphal arch, the Urquinaona metro stop is located at the top of the Via Laietana, the avenue that connects the Eixample district to the Port.
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
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
The Metropolitan Basilica Cathedral of the Holy Cross and Saint Eulalie is permanently inhabited by 13 geese who protect the cloister. Mainly built between 1298 and 1450, the Gothic style cathedral has been classified as a national artistic historic monument since 1929.Barcelona cathedral virtual tour
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.address : C/ Palau de la Música, 4-6, 08003 Barcelona
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
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