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Things to do in Barcelona

Located with the Mediterranean Sea at one end and the Serra de Collserola mountain ranges on the other and situated between the mouths of the rivers Besos and Llobregat stands the city of Barcelona. It is the capital of the autonomous community of Catalonia in Spain.

Barcelona Spain

Named after an ancient coin inscription, Barcelona is a city of Spain and the capital of the community of Catalonia. Being an incredible city with a leading economy, culture centers, tourism, entertainment, art, fashion, science, media, and trade fairs, there are many things to do in Barcelona. The place has a number of architecture that is a part of UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Exploring these landmarks is one of the top things to do in Barcelona. These places include Park Güell, Casa Milà, Sagrada Família, Palau de la Música Catalana, Palau Güell, Casa Vicens, Casa Batlló, and Hospital de Sant Pau. These buildings date back to the medieval times, and even the times when the Romans were settled in Barcelona, and it was considered as a Roman City. Some of the architecture also represents the symbolic movement that had taken place in the city. The Catalan modernista architecture signifies the Art Nouveau movement. Similarly, the international symbol of Barcelona is represented by Minor basilica of Sagrada Familia. Most of Barcelona comprises of the work of the famous Antoni Gaudi, and the tour of these landmarks is one of the crucial things to do in Barcelona. Other interesting things to do in Barcelona are surveying the parks, beaches, museums, and enjoying the view from the hills.


Places to visit in Spain


Being awarded as RIBA Royal Gold Medal for architecture in 1999, the monumental places to visit in Barcelona are Palau de la Música Catalana, Park Güell, Crypt in Colonia Güell, The Cathedral of the Holy Cross and St. Eulalia, Monastery of Pedralbes, Santa Maria del Mar, Sant Pau del Camp, and The Royal Shipyard. After exploring the modernist architecture, the places to visit in Barcelona in the afternoon are the museums, where you can appreciate the artworks of famous painters. From medieval to modernist to contemporary – all kinds of art is present there. The museums are Picasso Museum: Carrer de Montcada, National Museum of Art of Catalonia, Museum of History of Barcelona, and a lot more. On the Gothic buildings, you will find the scars that the Spanish Civil War has left behind. In summer, festivals such as La Mercè take place, which offers up to 600 events to the visitors to enjoy. Participating in these events is one of the top things to do in Barcelona in September. As the evening arrives, you can go for a boat ride in Parc de la Ciutadella and rejuvenate yourself after a long tiring day.

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Estació del Nord Park

Estació del Nord Park

Estació del Nord Park is a little, delightful stop, sunny yet with shady zones, basic yet unpredictable, is situated in Barcelona's Eixample. A masterful jewel which consolidates the shapes of the land with workmanship, making a recreation center of extraordinary delicacy, where enriching frames make a stroll through the expansive green ranges a delight for the faculties. The draftsmen Andreu Arriola, Carme Fiol and Enric Pericas utilized the land arranged for around the previous railroad station, the Estació del Nord has an immense vacation spot.

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AGBAR Tower

AGBAR Tower

AGBAR Tower is new milestone on the Barcelona horizon was included 2003: a tremendous shot molded barrel rising up out of the ground and indicating skywards, with a glass surface in which the shades of the Mediterranean are reflected. The Agbar Tower is one of the images of contemporary Barcelona. Barcelona's new famous point of interest was the aftereffect of a coordinated effort between the Atelier Jean Nouvel and the Barcelona-based b720 compositional practice, and was initiated in the Plaça de les Glòries in 2003.

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National Theatre of Catalonia (TNC)

National Theatre of Catalonia (TNC)

The TNC, Teatre Nacional de Catalunya, is situated in Barcelona's Eixample. It is housed in a forcing working in the state of a Greek sanctuary composed by Ricard Bofill. It includes three theaters, seating 900, 400 and 300 individuals separately, which consolidate exhibitions of Catalan and Spanish plays and world works of art, with contemporary move and show. The Teatre Nacional de Catalunya (TNC) opened in Barcelona in 1996. The building was outlined by Ricard Bofill and covers a surface territory of 20,000m2.

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Les Corts - Pedralbes District

Les Corts - Pedralbes District

The Les Corts - Pedralbes District traverses the western portion of the Avinguda Diagonal, the part furthest far from the ocean. It was earlier a town of a similar name, which, as Gràcia, Sants and Sant Martí, was added by Barcelona amid the late nineteenth century. The range was flooded by the streams that streamed down from Collserola. Les Corts - Pedralbes District was an agrarian settlement and has now turned into a neighborhood with a portion of the city's most vital malls and major brandishing settings and social attractions.

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Camp Nou (FC Barcelona Stadium)

Camp Nou (FC Barcelona Stadium)

The Camp Nou (FC Barcelona Stadium) is the third biggest football stadium in the World after the stadiums in Sao Paulo, Brazil and Mexico City. Barcelona Camp Nou has a limit of 110,000 individuals and on each match for all intents and purposes each seat is taken - such is the energy for football shared by the Catalan individuals. Camp Nou (FC Barcelona Stadium) is the home stadium of FC Barcelona since its fulfillment in 1957. With a seating limit of 99,354, it is the biggest stadium in Spain, likewise the biggest in Europe.

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FC Barcelona Museum

FC Barcelona Museum

The FC Barcelona museum was inaugurated on 24 September 1984 under the presidency of Josep Lluís Nuñez. Enjoy the excitement of discovering the different spaces in the FC Barcelona Museum and the Museum, and which reveal so much about the values of effort, respect, ambition, team-work and humility that both now and in the historical past have been displayed by the Barça footballers, as well the players of a variety of other sports, the club members and its fans.

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Parc de Cervantes

Parc de Cervantes

Red, yellow and blue roses, climbing flower shrubberies and smaller than expected ones, the Parc de Cervantes in Pedralbes neighborhood highlights 245 assortments of the bloom. You can appreciate the bright scene almost all the year round, and the open regions of the recreation center which welcome you when you enter Barcelona from the Avinguda Diagonal. Since the year 2001, the recreation center has facilitated a universal rose show highlighting new species which are added to its kaleidoscopic gathering, which now incorporates 245 unique assortments and 10,000 flower hedges.

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Royal Monastery of Santa Maria de Pedralbes

Royal Monastery of Santa Maria de Pedralbes

The Royal Monastery of Santa Maria de Pedralbes is a Gothic cloister in Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain. It is presently a historical center, lodging accumulations from Barcelona City's History Museum. Imperial Monastery of Santa Maria de Pedralbes, in Catalan Monestir de Pedralbes, is a standout amongst the most wonderful structures of the Catalan Gothic in Barcelona. Museu-Monestir de Pedralbes - Ferrer Bassa's mind blowing wall painting artistic creations has a portion of the best artworks accumulation on the planet to witness. One of the store rooms contains a progression of dioramas of religious scenes which delineate the life history of Jesus.

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Finca Güell Pavilions

Finca Güell Pavilions

Dream and specialized development meet up in the previous gatehouses of the Güell Estate, on Barcelona's Avinguda Pedralbes. The excellence and shade of the structures don't overshadow the fundamental hero of the outfit: the mammoth fanciful mythical serpent from the Garden of the Hesperides, an amalgamation of Gaudí's imagery and craftsmanship. Güell Estate's gatehouses have a stone base and block allegorical curves with brilliant earthenware adornments in geometric shapes.Mythical Dragon door and Antoni Gaudi is additionally have an incredible tourism fascination.

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Finca Miralles

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Finca Miralles

From 1901 to 1902, Gaudí assembled the passage and encompassing divider for a bequest possessed by his companion called Finca Miralles, Hermenegild Miralles Anglès, on Sr. Güell's old private street, at what is presently Passeig Manuel Girona, No. 55, in the Les Corts de Sarrià quarter of Barcelona. Mr. Miralles was a printer, cover, supervisor and maker of bits of cardboard impersonation stone for a wide range of purposes, from toys to beautiful tiles. On account of its recorded and creative esteem, it has been a National Historic-Artistic Monument since 1969.