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Top 14 Attractions in Catalonia

Popular Catalonia landmarks and tourist spots

  • Barri Gòtic Medieval Quarter thumbnail
    A narrow street in the Barri Gòtic medieval neighbourhood of Bacelona.
    The Gothic Medieval Quarter of Barcelona is part of the larger Old Barcelona or Casc Antic district. Locally, the Gothic Medieval Quarter is called Barri Gòtic. You can easily reach the area by taking the L3 metro line to the Liceu stop. After that, it is best to rely on your feet to get you from place to place. There are many things to see in Barri Gòtic ...

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  • 2 Montjuïc

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    A view of Barcelona from Montjuïc.
    Montjuïc is a large hill and wooded area located southeast of the center of Barcelona in Spain. Parts of Montjuïc overlook the Mediterranean Sea. Montjuïc is a big place, but the best metro access comes on lines 1 and 3 at the Espanya stop. No matter from where you leave the park, you should be able to find a bus service. The Montjuïc area is open all the time, but timings vary for its different attractions ...

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  • La Sagrada Familia thumbnail
    An interior view of the Sagrada Familia in Barcelona, Spain.
    La Sagrada Família, or Church of the Holy Family, is located in central Barcelona. Take the metro line 2 or 5 to the Sagrada Família stop. Admission is 11€ ($16) for adults and 9€ ($13) for students and seniors. This price does not include the lift up to the spire. Before you plan a trip to La Sagrada Família, it is best to visit the cathedral's website; not only do timings change seasonally, but access can be restricted due to mass or construction work ...

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  • 4 Las Ramblas

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    Las Ramblas is the main artery of Old Barcelona. It is approximately half a mile of boulevard that intersects the city center. On one side of Las Ramblas is the Gothic Medieval Quarter; on the other side is the Raval area. Las Ramblas sees primarily pedestrian traffic, so it is best to reach there by taking the L3 metro to the Drassanes, Liceu, or Catalunya stops ...

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  • The Barcelona Aquarium is located on Moll d'Espanya del Port Vell off the Ronda del Litoral in Barcelona, Catalonia, and directly on the waterfront. The aquarium opens at 9:30am all year round, but its closing times vary according to the seasons; check the website before planning your trip. Admission to the Barcelona Aquarium is 17€ ($24) for adults and 12 ($17) for children. Tickets are available for online purchase ...

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  • The Columbus Monument is called Monument a Colom in Catalonian. It is located near the crossroads of Passeig de Colom and Rambla de Santa Mònica. It is on the waterfront at Plaça del Porta de la Pau. You can reach it by taking metro line 3 to the Drassanses. The exterior of the monument is always open and free of charge ...

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  • The Cathedral of Barcelona can be found in the Medieval Gothic Quarter of Barcelona (or Barri Gòtic). It is best reached by taking line 3 of the metro and getting off at the Jaume I stop. The cathedral is open to the public, but visiting hours vary throughout the cathedral complex and depend on that day's mass schedule. It is advisable to call or visit the cathedral the morning you wish to visit and confirm that day's timings ...

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  • Casa Batllo is located near the crossroads of Carrer d'Aragó and Passeig de Gràcia in central Barcelona. To reach it by metro, take line 3 to the Passeig de Gràcia stop. Casa Batllo is open year round from 9am to 8pm, however their hours are subject to change, so check their website before planning your visit. Tickets are available online or at the door and cost 15€ ($21) each ...

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  • Estadi Olímpic Lluís Companys is better known as Estadi Olimpic de Montjuїc. It is located inside of Montjuїc Park in Barcelona. You can reach it by taking metro lines 1 and 3 to the Espanya stop. You will need to take the escalators and walk a bit after disembarking. It is open daily from 10am to 8pm in the summer and 10am to 6pm in the winter ...

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  • The National Museum of Catalonian Art is located near Parc de Montjuїc and the waterfront. It can be reached by a variety of bus lines and L1 and L3 on the metro. Get down at the Pl. Espanya stop. The National Museum is open Tuesday through Saturday from 10am to 7pm and on Sundays from 10am to 2:30pm. A two-day general admission is 8 ...

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  • The Picasso Museum is located in central Barcelona on Carrer de Montcada. It is well-connected by the Metro. You can take Line 1 to the Arc de Triomf station, Line 3 to the Liceu station, or Line 4 to the Jaume I station. There are also many buses available. The museum does not have its own parking lot. The Picasso Museum is open from 10am to 8pm Tuesday through Sunday ...

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  • 12 Empúries

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    Ancient houses foundations at the Empúries ruins in Catalonia.
    Originally founded by Greek colonists in 575 BC, Empuries was a crucial Mediterranean settlement for both the Greeks and Romans for centuries. ...

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  • 13 Parc Guell

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    Parc Guell is located near the northwestern edge of Barcelona just off the Sant Josep de la Muntanya. You can reach it by taking metro line 3 and getting off at the Lesseps stop and walking. It is open year round from 10am, but closing hours vary with the seasons. Before going, check online if you are planning an afternoon trip. Admission to Parc Guell is free ...

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  • 14 Casa Mila

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    Casa Mila is located on Passeig de Gràcia in central Barcelona. It is a near neighbor to one of Antoni Gaudí's other architectural masterpieces, Casa Battlo. You can easily reach Casa Mila by taking metro lines 3 or 5 to the Diagonal stop. Once there, it is possible to take a tour of one interior apartment and the roof, however this is not recommended ...

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