Barcelona Tourist Attractions

Barcelona lies on the Coast Dorada, between the mouths of the Riu Besós and the Riu Llobregat. It is Spain's largest city after Madrid. Barcelona is a major tourist destination with mild, humid winters and warm, dry summers.

La Rambla

La RamblaLa Rambla
One of the most popular hangouts in Barcelona, the Ramblas is a lively thoroughfare in the heart of the city. The Ramblas features a flower and bird market as well as various street-side performances.

Montjuïc

MontjuicMontjuic
Stretching across an area of 700 feet is the popularly visited Montjuic area. The area features large parks and museums, and is especially well-liked for its scenic surroundings and rich vegetation.

Gothic Quarter

Gothic QuarterGothic Quarter

Port

The Barcelona Port covers a large stretch of coastline, although most tourists head for the International Trade Center and promenade at the northeast end.

Citadel Park

Parc de la CiutadellaParc de la Ciutadella

Pedralbes

PedralbesPedralbes

North Districts

Parc GuellParc Guell

Eixample

EixampleEixample
The Eixample district, just outside of the old city center, expanded during the rise of modernism. The result can be seen in the architecture, with buildings by such well known architects as Antoni Gaudí.

Little Barcelona

Barceloneta BeachBarceloneta Beach
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