Have a glimpse at the charming Spanish city in our timelapse video taking you through Barcelona in a Minute.
Barcelona is known for its unrivalled cultural credentials, colourful cuisine and all-night fiestas. But it also has a very different side to it that many tourists rarely experience. As the Catalans say: “Barcelona és molt més” – Barcelona is much more.
Though they are delightful, there’s much more to see and do than just crowded beaches and ice-cream shops!
Barcelona, Spain’s second largest city and capital of Catalonia, is one of Europe’s most popular destinations. With the Mediterranean Sea flanking the front-end of the city and the mighty Collserola mountain range boxing in the back, the Spanish city is truly beautiful to start with. It is full of wonderful architecture and best explored by foot.
Once in Barcelona, you can explore the local food markets and fall in love with the heavenly smells from bakeries. With everything from history and culture to beautiful green areas and street theatre, you’re guaranteed a busy, fun-filled vacation.