With its 2,524 hours of sunshine a year, Barcelona knows how to welcome tourists both with its warmth and with the hospitality of its inhabitants. The capital of Catalonia is full of many architectural, cultural and culinary treasures.
The “Sagrada Família” is the must-see monument of the city. This basilica is the work of architect Antoni Gaudi and was listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1984. By the same architect, you will find Parc Güell in the capital.
As you continue your visit, you will set foot on the emblematic avenue of the city: the “Rambla”. It connects Port Vell, where you can admire the statue of Christopher Columbus, at the Plaza de Catalunya, the nerve center of Barcelona. Strolling 1.2 kilometers, you will discover the city’s flagship monuments, including “Gran Teatre del Liceu” (the opera house), the Boqueria covered market and the Palazzo de la Virreina. On this avenue, where thousands of tourists roam every year, the languages of the whole world mix.