Huge square in the city centre. Beautiful fountains and statues. Surrounded
by banks, shops and hotels.
One of the main streets of Barcelona. Live performances, human statue ar or
some established attractions.
Open from the 1850s, this opera house hosted many world-known stars
performing plays by Mozart, Verdi or Wagner.
A traditional market where you can find about everything you could ever
need – come here for the souvenirs and the atmosphere!
This colonnaded square attracts tourists because of the Fountain of the Three
Graces and the two lamp posts designed by Gaudí located here.
The church designed in Gothic style with beautiful windows was built in the
14th century and has been restored after a fire in 1936.
One of the narrowest streets in Barcelona, full of art galleries and cafés.
Do not miss the ceramic tiles depicting various historical events.
Many administrative buildings and offices stand in this part of Barcelona. It
is situated on a site of a former temple.
The leaders of Catalonia work in this marvellous edifice. Its facade is
designed in the Renaissance style.
One of the most beautiful squares in Barcelona, framed by the stunning
baroque church Sant Felip Neri. A real treasure!
Barcelona's main cathedral. A lavish showcase of Gothic architecture –
its high ceilings and gargoyles are truly breathtaking.
In this complex of three buildings, many important persons resided, including
the Kings of Aragon. It was built about ten centuries ago.