Barcelona has emerged as one of Europe’s most popular tourist destinations, and it’s not hard to see why. With a stunning diversity of architecture, from the medieval of the Barrio Gótico to the Modernism of Antonio Gaudí, works from artists such as Roy Lichtenstein and Claes Oldenburg on street corners, world class museums and galleries, and music festivals such as The Festival del Grec every June, the city has a wealth of culture to offer its visitors. It is divided into different barrios, all of which are completely individual and are perfectly spaced to explore on foot. Barcelona is enjoying a culinary renaissance, too, and boasts some of the most inventive cuisine in the world. Go here to drink wine in lively bars, savour the taste of Spain in traditional tapas restaurants, and soak up the atmosphere of this vibrant and cosmopolitan Catalan city.

Barcelona's Boqueria Market...a feast for the senses and a must see in Barcelona #travel #spain #barcelona
Old City of Barcelona (Spain) by Marcusuke #Barcelona
Casa Batlló at night, Barcelona
Casa Batlló, Barcelona Spain... ADORE all of Gaudi's work! even more phenomenal in person. Oh Barcelona, how I adore thee.
La Sagrada Familia Interior in Barcelona, Spain
Casa Batllo - Barcelona, Spain
Crazy places to go in Barcelona - fabulous architecture, vibrant nightlife and great food. We will be visiting!! #TheCrazyCities #crazyBARCELONA
La Sagrada Familia. Antoni Gaudi. Barcelona, Spain. Gaudi started project in 1883 and it is still under construction. Estimated completion 2026.
La Sagrada Familia, Barcelona, España. Probably one of the only few countries I would visit in Europe. Not so crazy about Europe unlike a lot of ppl.
La Sagrada Familia, Barcelona, Espa帽a. Probably one of the only few countries I would visit in Europe. Not so crazy about Europe unlike a lot of ppl.
Sagrada Familia, Barcelona, Spain - I've actually been here. Would love to go again.
Barcelona, Spain. Remember walking on the concrete where all the palm trees stood. Summer 2013 was awesome!
Temple de la Sagrada Familia Panoramic Card Vertical, Barcelona (For Trade)
House in Park Güell designed by Antoni Gaudi, Barcelona, Spain
Barcelona's Park Guëll, a park like no other #barcelona #barcelonawedding
Magic Montjuic Fountains - Things to do in Barcelona, Spain.
Love, love, love it. I have no idea where it is, but it reminds me of Antonio Gaudi.
Casa Batlló is a building restored by Antoni Gaudí in 1904-1906. The building looks very remarkable — like everything Gaudí designed. The local name for the building is Casa dels ossos (House of Bones). Much of the façade is decorated with a mosaic made of broken ceramic tiles (trencadís) that starts in shades of golden orange moving into greenish blues.