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Barcelona Attractions for tourists (typical and recommended places to visit)
Barcelona Connect > Recommended places to visit in Barcelona for tourists > Barcelona Attractions for tourists (typical and recommended places to visit)

Barcelona has something for everyone; here you will find information on a variety of sights from the famous Barcelona Aquarium to the Music Palace and all the architecture wonders all over Barcelona. This page also gives you loads of info on those random works throughout the city which may have intrigued you, be it the giant lobster or the history of Plaça Cataluyna. Discover and enjoy!


Arc de Triomf
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Arenas Shopping Centre
Once a bullring and now a shopping centre whose original structure has been carefully preserved.  You'll find a 3D cinema, tapas bars with a panoramic view over Montjuïc and nearly 100 shops. Read More...

Casa Batlló
Casa Batlló was constructed between 1875 and 1877. Gaudí was asked to reform the main façade, the internal walls, the staircase and the light well, but no one could have imagined the gift in store for the inhabitants of Read More...

Casa Batlló Gaudí
Casa Batlló was constructed between 1875 and 1877. Gaudí was asked to reform the main façade, the internal walls, the staircase and the light well, but no one could have imagined the gift in store for the inhabitants of Read More...

Cathedral de La Seu
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Columbus Monument
MIRADOR DE COLON At the bottom of La Rambla, just by the port, you will find the statue that was build in 1888 as a reminder of the discovery of America. The figures around the base, are of prominent peopl Read More...

Fernando Botero - Cat
Raval, the up and coming neighbourhood, is getting trendier by the minute. Now having its own Rambla, it’s definitely worth a visit Read More...

Frank O. Gehry - Peix d'Or
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Gracia´s Plazas
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Graffiti and Skaters
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Hospital De Sant Pau
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Javier Mariscal - Gambrinus
Gambrinus awaits   Passeig de Colom, its cheeky smile welcoming you to the port. This huge lobster wascreated for the Olympics. Its large claws and peculiar antennae protrude off the wood that it somehow balanc Read More...

Joan Miro - Dona i Ocell
Behind the old bullring in Plaça Espanya is Parc de Joan Miro, also known as Parc de L’escorxador, (because it was built on the site of a 19th century slaughter house (excorxador!)). The park houses Don Read More...

La Plaça Reial
Just off la Rambla, the Plaza Reial is the perfect place t Read More...

La Sagrada Familia
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Palau Musica Catalana
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Park Güell
This was originally conceived by Eusebi Güell as a luxury housing estate that was to have space for sixty lots. Despite its magnificent views and ambitious planning only two houses were built.  Gaud&iacu Read More...

Plaça de Catalyuna
Since Plaça de Catalyuna is placed in the centre of Barcelona it is always buzzing with life, and so Read More...

Plaça de Espanya
        This Plaza was renovated for the World Exhibition in 1929 Read More...

Placa Del Pi
The gothic quarter surrounding the plaza is greatly dominated by the Santa Maria del Pi, it is decorated with Read More...

Placa Del Rei
Just off Laietana, Placa del Rei is a beautiful medieval square and is often missed if your in a hurry to get some Read More...

Placa Sant Felip Neri
Tucked away in a corner in Barcelona is Placa Sant Felip Neri which holds a great deal of Spanish history for such Read More...

Plaça St Jaime
As a the governments centre, this plaza is a major symbol of Catalan culture. To name a couple of key eve Read More...

Poble Español
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Rebecca Horn - L’Estel Ferit
            Meet you by the blocks, we are by the tower thing, I'm just leaving the leaning cubes on the beach…. Sound f Read More...

Roy Lichtenstein - Cap de Barcelona
    One thing you will notice is that Barcelona has a lot of art. Not just museums, galleries, and exhibitions but art on the street, on the walls, and on the ground. One particular piece Read More...

Santa Maria del Mar
One of the most important Gothic churches in Read More...

Santa María del Pi
This church  has the largest stained glass rosette in Europe. A traditional artisan gourmet market can be found at the weekends,  with plenty of opportunities to sample the local delicacies.  Read More...

Synagogue Mayor
Visit the middle-aged jewish quarter in Barcelona with the oldest synagogue from Spain and Europe. The facade of the synagogue is oriented towards Jerusalem, constructed especially in this direction and therefore br Read More...
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