Barcelona attracts tourists with its favorable weather, easy access, beaches, mountains, tasty local cuisine and buzzing nightlife, not to forget the steeped in culture and history.
Flights are available from all over the world to Barcelona-Ei Prat Airport. From the airport, there are various public transport facilities like TMB bus and metro services, trains, taxis and boats.
There are hostels are located near Las Ramblas, Plaza Catalunya and Sagrada Familia.
Sagrada Familia- Constructed in 1882, the gorgeous basilica attracts tourists with the glorious interior and exterior of religious symbolism.
La Rambla- This is the city’s most famous and busiest market, full of street musicians, cozy bar and restaurants and home of Boqueria Market.
Casa Mila- Constructed between 1906 and 1910, this colorful building is the most eccentric artwork of Antoni Gaudy.
Barceloneta- this is Barcelona’s most famous beach, popular with cyclists and joggers.
Parc Guell- This celebrated residential property is home to the famous Salamander Sculpture.
Casa Batllo- This 19 th century stunning building has unique architecture and ornamental pillars with fairytale like interior and exterior.
Camp Nou- This stadium with a capacity of 99,000 people is home to the formidable football champions F.C. Barcelona.