What to do in Barcelona
¿Do you need proposals to visit the best city in the world? Surely not, but here we leave you some ideas just in case.
Modernism was an artistic and cultural movement of the late nineteenth century that was unique in Barcelona.
Barcelona is a cosmopolitan city. The 1992 Olympism brought to Barcelona a profound urban redevelopment that opened the city to the sea and drew the current skyline.
Strolling through the Gothic
Route through Medieval Barcelona. Located in the Ciutat Vella district, the Gothic Quarter is the oldest nucleus and one of the most beautiful areas of Barcelona
Montserrat is a mountain that surprises for being different from the others. It is the most important and significant in Catalonia and is located about 30 km from the center of Barcelona
Gavà and the Baix Llobregat
Discover our most direct environment: Gavà and other towns in the Baix Llobregat region. Nature, Heritage and Culture a few kilometers from Barcelona.
Natural areas of the Delta del Llobregat
The Llobregat delta is a mosaic of landscapes that stand out for their ecological value and for the biodiversity they harbor.
Sitges, “Ruta de los Indianos”
With the enactment of the Free Trade Act with America in 1778, many young people in Sitges eagerly saw the possibility of making the Americas, that is, of making a fortune in the new world.