The Jaume 1 station on Barcelona metro line 4, which is located between the Gothic quarter and Born, takes you to the Picasso museum.
A maze of alleys located between the Raval and the 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.Virtual walk in the Gothic Quarter of Barcelona
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
Between the Gothic Quarter and Poble Sec, El Raval is a dynamic district where bars, shops, museums and monuments share the lively streets.Barcelona Raval district tour
A historical monument in Catalan Gothic style dedicated to the Virgin of the Sea, the church of Santa Maria del mar (Saint Mary of the Sea) is the result of a work to which the inhabitants of the Ribera district of Barcelona have contributed with great dedication.
Visita virtual de Santa Maria del Mar
The Picasso Museum, a showcase of the works of Pablo Picasso where photos, ceramics and paintings on display retrace the evolution of one of the most famous Spanish artists. Located in the Born district, the Picasso museum is one of the most visited sites in Barcelona.Among the best Barcelona museums to visit
Roman, medieval or middle-age, the Barcelona History Museum shares the different stages of the city's evolution. Scattered throughout the Catalan capital, the Barcelona History Museum in Plaça del Rei, (Gothic Quarter) is one of the most rewarding stops on the way.How to get to Barcelona's best museums
The Mammoth Museum in Barcelona is a small museum but as pleasant as it is interesting for all lovers of the mammoth era .Lista de los museos de Barcelona