The Provença station on line 6 (FGC) of the Barcelona metro is located at the foot of the Rambla Catalunya.
Casa Milà, also known as Pedrera, which means stone quarry, is a huge house with the peculiarity of having no right angles. It also forms part of Antoni Gaudi's unmissable Unesco World Heritage monuments.Little preview of your next visit
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
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
Littered with shops, restaurants and terraces, the Rambla Catalunya is a pleasant stroll between Avenida Diagonal and Plaça Catalunya.Barcelona Rambla Cataluña quick trip
What was once a beautiful little village on the outskirts of Barcelona connected to the city by the Passeig de Gracia, Gracia is nowadays one of the most visited districts of Barcelona, very famous for its festivities, the atmosphere, as well as the Guell Park located on the heights of Gracia.Barcelona Gracia virtual tour
Specialising in exhibitions dedicated to Catalan culture, the Palau Robert is first and foremost the home of the Catalan Tourist Office. Indoor events, outdoor activities; the gardens of the Palau Robert occasionally offer some outdoor festivities.Address : Passeig de Gràcia, 107, 08008 Barcelona