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Barcelona is the capital of the autonomous community of Catalonia, Spain’s second largest city and definitely one of the world’s most important cities, with a population of 1,500,000.
The city was founded by the Romans and, of all the nations that passed by, it was the Franks that left their mark on Barcelona’s land, people and language. What started out as a small port, turned out to be a top travel and tourist hotspot, gaining a worldwide fame as a destination for architecture, arts and fun!
Barcelona suffered much and more during Franco’s dictatorship. However this regime lead to the preservation of the city’s architectural heritage, at the same time when other cities were flooded with skyscrapers.
Visitors in Barcelona enjoy ancient roman buildings, medieval houses, gothic temples and masterpieces of the Catalan Modernism style. Of equal interest and beauty, the endless beaches of Barcelona, the young crowds and the charming vibes of the city’s nightlife can guarantee you that your trip to Barcelona will not be easily forgotten!
Barcelona’s international airport (Aeroport de Barcelona-elPrat) is located 12 kilometres southwest of the city centre and can be reached by trains and buses.
Getting around Barcelona
You can get around Barcelona by the metro, bus and tram networks. Fares start at 1.40€ and minimum taxi fares costs around 2.50€.
Start your day in Barcelona at the Barri Gòtic district, the centre of Barcelona Old Town. Many of the buildings in this area date back to medieval or even Roman times.
Barcelona is full of UNESCO World Heritage Sites, owing their status primarily to Antoni Gaudí’s architecture that’s scattered across the city, alongside Modernism gems of architecture by other national artists.
If you had to visit only one place and see only one thing in Barcelona, then you should definitely be visiting La Sagrada Familia, Gaudí’s unfinished work that has no rival in the whole world.
The church is undergoing an extensive restoration process, but you can still see Gaudí’s majestic vision, all along the curved lines – there are no straight lines in nature, as he said -, the detailed sculptures, the stained glasses and the imposing Gothic spires.
Be sure to visit the Gaudí museum, if you wish to see an exact replica of Gaudí’s initial plan of the church.
Other points of interest in Barcelona include:
- The Palau de la Música Catalana, a Modernist concert hall that honours Catalan and international music and is a very popular space for both locals and visitors
- The Santa Maria del Mar Church, presumably Barcelona’s second most beautiful church, after La Sagrada Familia
- The Picasso Museum, dedicated to the famous Spanish artist and housing the world’s largest collection of his works, with 3,800 items
Give your experience in Barcelona a perfect ending at the Camp Nou stadium. Whether you’re a football fan or not, this is a place worth visiting, as it forms a part of Barcelona’s culture. To learn more information on the legendary FC Barcelona, you can check out the FC Barcelona Museum.
Barcelona’s official languages are Catalan and Spanish.