Head to sights like Garraf Natural Park and Gava Mines as you discover Gava—a seaside area also known for its beaches.
Beaches, Skyscrapers and Sea
Gaudí’s basilica in the center of Barcelona is an architectural marvel and offers views across the city from eight towering spires.
Gaudí designed this house for a family in the early 20th century and incorporated his signature elements into the design, including curved lines and bright colors.
This concert hall is an awe-inspiring example of modernist architecture. Tour the building or get in early for tickets to a performance.
These lively pedestrian streets in the heart of Barcelona are filled with flower stalls, tapas restaurants and street performers.
This popular Barcelona meeting point connects the old city with the new and is famous for its shopping, monuments and festival celebrations.
Look out over the city from a Gaudí-designed terrace in this park in the city’s north.
A city of ground-breaking art, architecture, and style, Barcelona—Catalonia's cosmopolitan capital—is a treasure trove of sights and sounds. Explore this vibrant seaside metropolis on a double-decker bus to tour at your own pace, setting your own itinerary and hopping on and off as you please.
Soaring skyward in the heart of Barcelona, the Sagrada Famíla—Gaudí’s unfinished masterpiece—is an awe-inspiring place of worship. Bypass the long lines outside this icon of the city to step inside the light-filled interior, learning about the fascinating past and ambitious future of this modernist marvel.
Football fervor hits a fever pitch in Barcelona, where the passion of the fans is almost as famous as the team itself. Set foot in Camp Nou—Spain's largest stadium—to experience the locker rooms, tunnel, and team museum firsthand.
Get a full grasp on the grandeur of Gaudí's architecture on this fascinating, eye-opening tour of some of his greatest masterpieces. Skip-the-line at Casa Batlló and Sagrada Família to experience their incredible designs firsthand and open yourself to Gaudí's visionary world.
Nestled high on a craggy peak in the Catalonian countryside, majestic Montserrat has drawn pious pilgrims to its remote Royal Basilica for ages. Pay a visit to this striking spiritual site to see its 12th-century Black Virgin sculpture, hear the stirring vocals of the Escolania children's choir, and stroll hilltop trails for panoramic views.
Still unfinished over 100 years after its construction began, La Sagrada Família is unlike any other church you've visited. On a guided tour of this architectural wonder, witness the ornate towers and multifaceted exterior before skipping the long lines and venturing inside to learn about the basilica's complex history.