Barcelona’s Picasso Museum houses one of the most extensive collections of the Spanish artist’s work.
Barcelona’s contemporary art museum brings together works by Catalan, Spanish, and international artists from latter half of the 20th century.
The Barcelona Pavilion
Designed by German architect Ludwig Mies van der Rohe for the 1929 International Exposition, the pavilion is considered one of the most influential modernist buildings of the 20th century.
Joan Miró Foundation
This foundation and modern art museum created by Miró was made to encourage young artists to get involved in contemporary art.
Concerts + Performances
Experience the Palau de la Música Catalana and the Gran Teatre del Liceu by tour, live performance, or show.
While much of Barcelona shuts down on Sunday, bohemian El Born stays very much alive.
Visionary Catalan architect Antoni Gaudi’s (1852-1926) modernist buildings, seven of which are UNESCO World Heritage sites, dot the city of Barcelona. Visitors cans see them all by following the Gaudi Trail, a self guided walking route.
FC Barcelona Game
Football, or soccer as it’s known in the United States, is a religion in Spain. And FC Barcelona is the city's team.