PortAventura Get ready to embark on a trip through five exciting lands featuring rides, shows and attractions for everyone. One of the most exciting theme parks in Europe!
Montserrat A Benedictine monastery, which is surrounded by peculiar rocky crags and caves, and was founded in 880AD to celebrate local sightings of the Mother of God. Montserrat sits at 4,000-feet (1,200m) above sea level.
Las Ramblas This is the most central Boulevard which cuts through the heart of the city centre and is a vibrant and lively promenade filled with Barcelona action at its very best.
La Sagrada Familia Gaudí was commissioned to continue work that had already begun in 1882, and replaced the existing project with a much more ambitious one which resulted in the enormous present-day structure. A dome-shaped tower which crowns the apse is the symbol of the Mother of God, and the four large towers dedicated to the evangelists encircle the central spire, which symbolizes the Saviour.
The Parc Güell The financier Eusebi Güell decided to construct a garden city and commissioned the project to Gaudí. Only two houses came to be built within the enclosure of the Park.
Pueblo Espanyol Built between 1926 and 1929, Pueblo Espanyol "Spanish Village" responds to the initial idea of the bringing together of art & culture in the form of a "village", conceived as a single unity.
The National Art Museum of Catalonia A collection of Catalan museums which includes the Museum of Drawings and Prints, the Numismatic Museum of Catalonia and the General Library of Art History.
The Olympic Stadium The stadium has a capacity for 56,000 spectators and famously took centre stage at the 1992 Barcelona Olympics.
Torres Vineyards Witness for yourself the thousand year old tradition of wine making. You will be surprised to find the very latest technology working hand in hand with tradition.
F.C. Barcelona The founder of F.C. Barcelona Joan Gamper first had the idea of setting up a Barca museum in the 1920s. The museum now covers 3,500 square metres.