What to see in Barcelona

Barcelona is one of the most beautiful cities in Spain, if not the most beautiful. It has a beach, it can boast of having organized the Olympic Games, it has very famous monuments, its gastronomy is appreciated all over the world … There are too many reasons that push you to prepare a getaway to visit Barcelona.

Monuments, parks, emblematic neighborhoods …

La Sagrada Familia is the most famous monument in Barcelona. It is undoubtedly the masterpiece of Gaudí, the greatest exponent of Catalan modernist architecture. Its construction began in 1882 and has not yet been completed. However, that is not an impediment to today being the most visited monument in Spain with 3.2 million visitors. They are followed by the Prado Museum (2.9 million) and the Alhambra in Granada (2.3 million).

The Torre Agbar is also a must-see. In this case, what you have to do is admire its beauty, either from the street or from the car, especially when it is illuminated at night. It is a 145 meter high skyscraper, making it the third largest in Barcelona behind the Hotel Arts and the Mapfre Tower, both 154 meters high.

The Camp Nou is another of the tourist attractions of Barcelona, ​​especially for those football fans who do not want to miss a tour of the museum and the stadium. It has a capacity for 99,354 spectators and was inaugurated in 1957.

All this and much more is what you can visit in Barcelona. If you go with family or friends, I recommend you look for cheap and quality accommodation. You can choose very central apartments to move around the city very easily.