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Barcelona Aquarium is one of the biggest in Europe, and definitely one of the most fun, with a giant walk-though aquarium, hands-on sea creature interaction and lots of lovable penguins!
A visit to Barcelona just isn’t complete without taking in the whimsical creations of one of its most famous sons – the world-renowned architect Antoni Gaudi.
Fortunately they’re not hard to miss, with some of the city’s biggest attractions being the awe-inspiring La Sagrada Familia cathedral or the enchanting Park Guell, full of curious creatures and hidden gems.
The vibrant Las Ramblas is packed to the rafters with merrymakers no matter what night of the week it is. Don’t be put off by the crowds - the atmosphere is guaranteed to get you in the mood and it’s a great place to people-watch and take in the many street performers!
With the Costa Brava to the north and the Costa Daurada to the south, Barcelona’s coastline boasts some fantastic beaches including Barceloneta, dubbed the world's best urban beach.
As home to one of the world’s biggest football teams, a visit their impressive stadium is a must when visiting Barcelona! On the Nou Camp Tour you’ll get behind-the-scenes, in the presidential box, down the players’ tunnel and much more!
If you want a city break with a side serving of beach, Barcelona is the place to go! The mix of things to do in Barcelona makes it a destination that everyone can enjoy.
Compelling history, fascinating sights, delicious traditional cuisine and an azure Mediterranean backdrop are just some of the reasons that this enchanting seaside city is such a world-class destination.
Barcelona is perfect for a weekend break, but has enough sights and sounds to keep you going for much longer!
Check out the guides and tips above for our recommendations on what to do in Barcelona.