The second largest city in Spain and the heart of Catalonia, Barcelona is a delight to visit as it combines beautiful beaches with pulsating nightlife, stunning architecture and fascinating historic sites.
La Sagrada Familia
With its innovative design and creative aesthetics, La Sagrada Familia will take your breath away with the amazing architecture on show. The famous architect Gaudi’s masterpiece is a must-see when in Barcelona.
The Camp Nou
One of the most successful and indeed popular football teams in the world, watching FC Barcelona is a treat as incredible players such as Messi, Busquets and Pique play in front of fanatic supporters in the Camp Nou.
A very unique place, Park Guell is full of Gaudi’s interesting architectural pieces and is a great place to watch the sun set over Barcelona.
The Gothic Quarter
The oldest part of Barcelona, the Gothic Quarter is home to loads of interesting historical and archaeological sites so is fascinating to wander around.
Simply getting lost in the city is a lovely way to spend your time in Barcelona as absolutely everywhere looks incredible and you’ll come across lots of hidden gems.
As well as all of its amazing sights, Barcelona is home to some thriving nightlife so make sure to head to the bars and clubs as night falls!
If all of the above wasn’t enough, Barcelona also has a great beach which is perfect for lounging on after a busy day spent sightseeing.