About Barcelona Top Attractions: From Buildings to Museums to Parks

Barcelona has no international nickname … no "City of Brotherly Love," "The Big Apple" or "The City of Angels." That's fine with us.

Barcelona's banquet of world-class tourist sites, hotels, quaint accommodations and long stretches of lively and lazy beaches speak for themselves.

Click on the links below to explore Barcelona`s attractions.

Antoni Gaudí

His revolutionary style defines Barcelona's architectural personality. Read about the Catalán master's life, his philosophies and some of his quotes.

A drawing of Antoni Gaudi working at his desk.
Gaudi at work. Visit our Gaudi page to learn more about him.

Barcelona's Famous Buildings

Sagrada Familia, La Pedrera and Casa Batlló are the city's trio of world-renowned structures. Read more about the city's top-10 buildings.

An image of the entrance to Hospital de Sant Pau.
Vist our buildings and attractions section for a closer look at Barcelona's emblematic buildings.

Barcelona Museums

From legendary paintings to amazing science, Barcelona's network of museums honors the cultural heritage of Catalonia. Find out about the region's art, science and cultural attractions.

An image of visitors enjoying the CaixaForum museum in Barcelona.
Barcelona has a museum for everyone.

Barcelona Parks and Gardens

Though packed with beautiful buildings and buzzing streets, Barcelona offers visitors peaceful places to sit amid calming spaces. Take a look at some of our city's oases.

An image of a visitor taking a picture of the Gaudi lizzard at park Guell.
Park Guell by Gaudi is the most famous of Barcelona's parks, but it is not the only one.