Concerts + Performances

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Theater, Opera, Music

Built between 1905 and 1908, The Palau de la Música Catalana (Carrer Palau de la Música, 4-6; 34-9/3295-7200; palaumusica.catis one of the most beautiful Art Nouveau buildings in Barcelona. Also a World Heritage Site, the concert hall is one of the world’s most distinctive, with a central skylight, stained glass, and figures of muses surrounding the stage. Visitors can do a guided tour or, of course, purchase tickets to a show that could include anything from flamenco dance to a classical music concert. The Gran Teatre del Liceu (Les Rambles, 51-59; 34-9/3485-9900; liceubarcelona.catis Barcelona’s premier opera house. It offers tours where visitors can learn about the tumultuous history—the theater was nearly completely destroyed by fire twice, and all the greats of the past and present have performed here. 

Concerts + Performances
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More Things To Do in Barcelona

National Museum of Catalan Art

This museum represents over one thousand years of art in the region.
Parc de Montjuïc
Art Museum

Picasso Museum

Barcelona’s Picasso Museum houses one of the most extensive collections of the Spanish artist’s work.
Sant Pere, Santa Caterina i la Ribera
Art Museum

MACBA

Barcelona’s contemporary art museum brings together works by Catalan, Spanish, and international artists from latter half of the 20th century.
El Raval
Contemporary Art Museum

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.
Montjuïc Park
Architecture Tour

Joan Miró Foundation

This foundation and modern art museum created by Miró was made to encourage young artists to get involved in contemporary art.
Montjuïc
Foundation + Modern Art Museum

La Pedrera After Hours

Experience one of Gaudi’s most famous modernist buildings without the crowds.
Dreta de l'Eixample
Private Tour

El Born

While much of Barcelona shuts down on Sunday, bohemian El Born stays very much alive.
Sant Pere - Santa Caterina i la Ribera
Museums + Boutiques

Bike Tour and Tapas Cooking Class

With its mild Mediterranean climate, biking is a great way to see the city of Barcelona year round.
Various
Bike Tour + Cooking Class

Gaudi Trail

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.
Various
Architecture

Yachting in the Mediterranean

One of the best ways to appreciate the Barcelona skyline is from the sea, on a 38-foot-long sailing yacht.
Yacht Tour

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.
Various
Sporting Event