This square was built for the 1929 International Exhibition by Josep Amargós.
The three-storey building is home to the headquarters of Barcelona City History Museum.
Historically known as Baixada de Santa Eulàlia, this street and its Gothic architecture will captivate you.
Dating back to the times of the Roman colony of Barcino, this ruined temple marks what used to be the highest point of the Taber Hill.
Located right in the heart of Barcelona's Gothic Quarter, this architectural gem is a sight you should not miss.
Although it's mainly a residential area, Vallvidrera is worth visiting on your way to the Tibidabo hill.
The Fossar de la Pedrera is located on Montjuïc hill in the Sants-Montjuïc district of Barcelona.