Discover what beautiful Barcelona has to offer and explore every nook and cranny of this world-famous city. Referred to as the backbone of Barcelona’s downtown core, Las Ramblas is a developed commercial area strip that is lined with lush trees and flora. This gorgeous area stretches from the South Plaza de la Paz to the north of Catalonia Square. Visitors cannot miss the large column that displays a great statue of Christopher Columbus which towers over the strip and the floating replica of Santa Maria that lies within the marina side nearby.
Barcelona is situated on the North Eastern Mediterranean coast of Spain’s mainland and is only a short two hour drive away from the French Pyrenees to the south. Barcelona is the capital of Catalunya which is home to diverse culture, friendly inhabitants and it possesses a unique personality to the rest of Spain.
Beach lovers will enjoy a visit to Barcelona, Spain because there is a 4.2 km stretch of beach to relax on and it is only a short stroll from the city centre. The climate in this colourful city is usually warm and comfortable and boasts sunshine through most days of the year.
A city of modern art, Barcelona was home to two famous working artists, Miro and Picasso. There are two major museums dedicated to them and their state-of-art paintings, as well as numerous other art galleries and museums to explore. Food connoisseurs and food lovers will enjoy the many tapas restaurants, sangria hot-cocktail-spots and a slew of venues that offer the best seafood you can find in the Mediterranean. Architect enthusiasts can explore the numerous masterpieces by numerous famous architects such as Antoni Gaudi’s massive temple called La Sagrada Familia.
Do you love football? The Barcelona Football Stadium Tour is one of the best tours to experience while in the city. There are also Barcelona City Tours, Flamenco Shows and dancing and even tapas evening tours where you can sample tons of tapas and unwind with a glass of sangria. Viva Barcelona!