The colourful city of Barcelona has enough to keep anyone intrigued and inspired, whether you're looking for
food and culture
or to soak up the ancient history
– you are sure to have a memorable experience.
One of the main attractions of the city is Gaudi's modernist architecture
– visit the Sacrada Familia (1km), Park Guell (3km) and La Pedrera (1km) for his most famous works and then wander to Palau Guell, Casa Batllo (700m) and Casa Vicens to see some of his lesser known buildings.
For more art culture, head to Els 4 Gats (1.5km)
where artists such as Dali and Picasso hung out, pop to Funcacio Joan Miro – one of the world's largest museums
– and visit Museu Picasso where the artist's formative works are housed. Las Ramblas (2km),
one of the most famous streets in Europe, is known for its international fashion shops and its trees that line the promenade. Meander around and get a bite to eat at La Boqueria Market,
whilst watching the street performers