Discover the best attractions and places of interest in Barcelona
Amazing Gaudí monuments
UNESCO World Heritage Sites
Check our sightseeing list around Barcelona
Barcelona is one of those rare cities where a series of events have come together and created a very special setting.
Our list comprises pretty much everything that you should be looking for if you want to go sightseeing around Barcelona.
Best Attractions in Barcelona
It’s one of Gaudí’s greatest works and the symbol of Barcelona. It was the second most visited monument in Spain in 2019, with 4,5 million visitors.
Out of all the projects that Antoni Gaudí built in Barcelona, Park Güell stands out as one of those special and unique places in the city.
Casa Batlló is one of Barcelona’s biggest landmarks and one of the most creative designs made by Gaudi.
La Pedrera, or Casa Milà, is one of the most famous icons of Barcelona. Designed by Gaudí, is one of the first driving forces of the modernista style.
Camp Nou is the largest stadium in Europe and home to the Football Club Barcelona, one of the most successful clubs in the world.
Is the most famous street in Barcelona and one of the essential places to visit in the city.
Montjuic is a prominent hill overlooking the Barcelona harbour. Nowadays it features lots of attractions and places of interest.
The Magic Fountain is one of the most amazing shows in Barcelona, and it’s free of charge!
Here you’ll find all the main facilities that were used for the 1992 Summer Olympics, like the Olympic Stadium.
This concert is one of the most fantastic modernista works. It’s a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
La Boqueria is the oldest market and a Barcelona landmark. It’s much more than a market, but a gastronomical experience.
The Olympic Port is one of the most exciting touristic spots throughout the city, with a wide offering of shops, clubs and restaurants.
Tibidabo is a peak of the Collserola mountain range that surrounds Barcelona, home of the most antique amusement park operating in Spain.
Barcelona’s main gothic Cathedral is located in the heart of Barcelona. It was built between the 13th and 15th centuries.
It’s the only example of Catalan Gothic style, this church is famous for being the setting of the best selling book “La Catedral del Mar”.
Plaza España is one of the most important squares in Barcelona. This area is gateway to Montjuic and a major transport hub.
Its main goal is the conservation of wildlife in an urban environment and providing recreational services, especially for children.
Check our list of the best tours in Barcelona
Visit one of Barcelona’s most amazing landmarks in this 1,5 hour guided tour of Park Güell.
This guided tour will take you to Montserrat mountain monastery and mountain paths with spectacular views.
Discover major Barcelona landmarks with the Barcelona City Tour Hop On Hop Off bus.
Enjoy Girona and Figueres, Salvador Dalí’s hometown in this guided full day tour.
This 1,5 hour guided tour will give you instant access to Barcelona’s biggest landmark.
Experience the magic and passion of a live flamenco show in Barcelona with front row seats.
The Barcelona Pass is a touristic pass that includes free entrance to more than 20 top attractions.