The bronze statue depicts Columbus standing on a globe and pointing towards America.
The church was built in the 14th century, probably on the site of a former Romanesque church.
Many administrative buildings and offices are located in this historical part of Barcelona.
Many important persons resided in this complex of three buildings, including the Kings of Aragon. It was built about ten centuries ago.
Historically known as Baixada de Santa Eulàlia, this street and its Gothic architecture will captivate you.
The three-storey building is home to the headquarters of Barcelona City History Museum.
This spectacular building is the seat of Generalitat de Catalunya, the autonomous Catalan government.
Dating back to the 14th century, this charming square is surrounded by important and well-preserved buildings that were once part of the…
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.
The oldest synagogue in Spain and one of the last remaining medieval synagogues.
Designed in Art Nouveau style, this house used to be an umbrella shop in the 1880s.
Explore the rich history and culture of eroticism in Barcelona. It displays various historical relics, wood carvings depicting Kama Sutra…
El Cap de Barcelona is a surrealist sculpture created by American Pop artist Roy Lichtenstein for the 1992 Summer Olympics in Barcelona,…
This 19th-century gorgeous fountain features a lamp post and it is now a popular meeting place. Do you want to visit Barcelona one more time?
Located right in the heart of Barcelona's Gothic Quarter, this architectural gem is a sight you should not miss.
Established in 1823, this shop with marvelously decorated interior sells around 220 kinds of dried herbs for various purposes.
Can Culleretes is the second oldest restaurant in the whole of Spain and is thus definitely worth a visit.
Traditional Japanese meals prepared from fresh ingredients are on the menu in this restaurant. Try sashimi or sushi here!
This museum presents a complex and very varied collection of Spanish sculptures ranging from the ancient world to the 19th century.
Housed in the Casa de la Pia Almoina, it shows mostly artworks donated by various churches in Barcelona.
Dedicated to a popular Sicilian saint, the royal chapel features an altarpiece of Constable Peter of Portugal.