The life’s work of Catalonia’s most famous architect, Antoni Gaud
Easily the most famous street in Barcelona, this 1.2km boulevard starts at Plaça de Catalunya and ends at the statue of Christopher Columbus down by the port
Barcelona’s very own collection of nearly 4,000 works by Pablo Picasso.
A Gothic place of worship for which the foundations were laid in 1298. The finishing touches weren’t made until 1913.
Restaurants that specialise in traditional Catalan gastronomy
Another big-hitting Gaudí attraction, Park Güell is a glorious colourfully-tiled park with sculptures, gardens, the lo
This Gaudí work started as residential apartments and is now home to a cultural centre that hosts art exhibitions and performances.
There’s some 4.5km of coastline within Barcelona’s city limits, giving you plenty of options and as much beach time as you need.
Catalonia’s national art museum.
One of two Gaudí wonders, originally built to house apartments, on Passeig de Gràcia in the city centre.