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Attractions in Barcelona
Barri Gòtic The Gothic Quarter

Most of the buildings date from the 14th and 15th century, when Barcelona was at the height of its commercial prosperity Barcelona Attractions

Catedral de la Seu Barcelona Cathedral
The beautiful Gothic Catedral de la Seu took 150 years to build and was finished in 1450.
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La Rambla
Barcelona Las Ramblas

The main artery of Barcelona life, which tumbles from Plaça de Catalunya southeast towards the Mediterranean. La Rambla is busy around the clock, especially in the evenings and at weekends. Newsstands, caged bird and flowerstalls, musicians, tarotreaders and mime artists are filling the wide central walkway

Museo Picasso
The museum has the most important and exhaustive collections of the works of Pablo Picasso's youth and education, in particular the ones he did between 1895 and 1904.
Sagrada Familia
sagrada familiaVisit Europe´s most unconventional church, Temple Expiatori de la Sagrada Familia, the Expiatory Temple of the Holy Family.
Dali Museum Figueres
It is in Figueres - his birthplace - where Dali's magnificence may be truly appreciated. Figueres - Dali's Home. Figueres is a small city situated close to the main Franco-Spanish motorway that services Southern France and the East Coast of Spain. It is less than an hour's drive from Barcelona and is literally minutes away from the French border.

Getting around

The focal point of town is La Rambla, a 1.25km (0.77mi) boulevard running northwest and slightly uphill from Port Vell (Old Harbour) to the centre of the city, Plaça de Catalunya. To the south of Plaça de Catalunya you can find the old town and most of the museums and other historical places of interest of the city. To the east of the Rambla you can find the beautiful and romantic Barri Gòtic

The Metro

The metro is the easiest way to get around the city. Metro lines are all identified by a number and a colour; the direction is shown by the name of the line terminals. Tickets must be validated in a machine on the platform before boarding and carried at all times to avoid the Pta5000 penalty.


You may need buses or suburban trains to reach some places. Buses run along most city routes every few minutes. You can buy multiple-trip city tickets that offer worthwhile savings.

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