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Camp Nou

Camp Nou

FC Barcelona is much more than just a football club. Sometimes it feels as if it carries the whole nation’s pride on its shoulders. Even those not interested in football will enjoy a visit. One reason is the large number of well-dressed spectators, another the masterful architecture of the arena.
Steel Donkey Bike Tour

Steel Donkey Bike Tour

Steel Donkey Bike Tours are the first and only alternative bike rides in Barcelona. Unlike with standard bike tours of the city, you won’t simply be learning about Barcelona you’ll be living it too…
Barcelona Bus Turistic

Barcelona Bus Turistic

The Bus Turistic is the offical hop on - hop off bus and probably the best way to explore the city on your own. There are one-day and two-day tickets for unlimited use on all three routes (44 stops). Ticket prices: Adults - 27€/35€ (1day/2days), Children - 16€/20€ (1day/2days) Child discounts apply from 4-12 years If you buy the tickets online in advance you will save 10%! With the printed ticket voucher you can hop on the bus right away at any stop.
Barcelona City Tour

Barcelona City Tour

The open red double deckers of Barcelona City Tour offer two routes with 35 stops close to all major tourist attractions, an audio-guide and a discount booklet. Tickets allow for unlimited use of the buses on the booked days. Prices: Adults - 27€/35€ (1day/2days), Children (4 to 12 years) - 16€/20€ (1day/2days), Seniors (+65 years) - 22€/27€ (1day/2days) Buy the tickets online to save 10% and board the bus at any stop with the printed voucher.
Casa Milà, La Pedrera

Casa Milà, La Pedrera

If you don’t have time to visit all of Gaudi’s landmarks, be sure to see this one and the Gaudi museum. In the summer time you can also enjoy a refreshing drink on the rooftop. The decorations here must have inspired George Lucas and his Star Wars movies.
MACBA

MACBA

Leave the busy streets behind you for a moment and visit Barcelona’s museum of modern art. MACBA is short for Museu d´Art Contemporani de Barcelona and here you find Spanish and Catalonian art from the 20th century.
Do & See

Palau de la Música Catalana

This sublime concert hall designed by Domènech i Montaner a hundred years ago is not quite as wacky as some of Gaudi’s architecture. It is actually more representative of Modernism. The Palace of Catalan Music not only pays tribute to the musical heritage of the Catalans but to all music—as well as beauty, colour and joy.
Santa Maria del Mar

Santa Maria del Mar

Barcelona’s most beautiful church is probably the best existing example of the Catalonian Gothic, with a cleaner style than normally associated with Gothic architecture. The church has a wonderful feeling of spaciousness and weightlessness emphasized by slender pillars and very sparsely decorated chapels.
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