Proud, explosive, full of geniuses, falling in love and in love, Barcelona is one of the most beautiful cities in Europe.
What to visit in Barcelona? What are the best attractions and interesting places in the capital of Catalonia? Where to stay and which beaches are the best in Barcelona?
Barcelona is five kilometers of amazing sand, over which the Blue Flag proudly flies, and it is washed by the pure Mediterranean Sea. Mar Bella Beach stands out as a particular specificity and freedom, it is considered a gay beach, so a some unbridled and very relaxed atmosphere reigns here.
Barcelona is popular not only because of the best beaches, it has a lot of surprises, it is a city of arts, it is Dali’s frenzied energy, the plague of Gaudi’s architecture, palaces, Gothic, paella, endless sangria, Flamenco and of course football!Barcelona is divided into 10 administrative districts. All the main attractions are concentrated in three: the Old Town (Gothic Quarter, many buildings here date from the 14-15th centuries), Eixample (New Town, built in the 19th century) and the Montjuic district, located on the hillsides of the same name. Mount Montjuic was the center of the 1992 Olympics.
The heart of the city is Plaça Catalunya, from which a boulevard buried in verdure goes towards the sea. Here is a monument to Columbus, the medieval shipyards of Drassanes, the Exhibition Center, the National Palace and the Palace of Marset. The Aquarium of Barcelona is one of the most important centers in the world for the study and conservation of the underwater fauna of the Mediterranean Sea. The exposition is presented in the form of 14 separate ecosystems. The most famous street in Spain, the Rambla Boulevard stretches from Plaza Catalunya to the Old Port. One of the most famous mansions, on the architectural plan of which the signature of the great Gaudi flaunts, Casa Batlló is located on Passeig de Gracia, in the heart of the Eixample quarter.
Residential building and architectural monument is the House of Mila, this landmark of Barcelona in 1984 was included in the UNESCO List.In the museum of the founder of Cubism, Picasso will be interesting, even if you are far away from art. The collection contains mainly paintings of the “pre-Cubic” period, ceramics and sculpture. Barcelona is an ideal place in Spain for those wishing to combine a beach holiday with excursions. All you have to do is only to choose a villa, studio or apartment.Our experts will select the best option for you, with prices directly from property owners!