Whether your an avid historian, a football fan or an aspiring architect, Barcelona has the aesthetic and atmospheric power to inspire each and every one of its hundreds and thousands of visitors.

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A city 400 years older than the ancient city of Rome, Barcelona has made a name for itself amongst architects thanks to the works you can find dotted around the city that were designed by the famous creator of masterpieces, Antoni Gaudi.
Aside from the architecture, Barcelona is just one of those unbeatably cool and atmospheric cities that you could just spend hours upon end discovering what's behind each street corner. Whilst walking down Las Ramblas, one of Europe's most renowned pedestrianised streets, you will feel a sense of the authentic Spanish energy, with street performers, open-plan tapas bars and a view of the sun setting on the gorgeous Barcelonian beach.
If you want to get a real sense of the Spanish spirit, book tickets to a match in Europe's largest football stadium, Camp Nou, to sit amongst 99,354 fans and collectively cheer on your favourite team.

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El portalón
El Portalón offers one of the most authentic Spanish dining experiences in the city. Expect simplicity, atmosphere and unbeatably delicious dishes to share with your loved ones.
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Gran Teatre del Liceu
Visit one of Barcelona's most decadent theatres to catch one of Spain's best Opera hubs. Each detail of this impressive building has been intricately designed, making it a true work of art in itself.
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Mercado de La Boqueria
Established in 1826, Mercado de La Boqueria has been famously brightening up Las Ramblas for years with its vividly coloured stalls and jovial stall owners. Explore the best of the local produce and an excellent exhibition of Mediterranean cuisine.
Tablao Flamenco Cordobes Barcelona
It's not often that you can indulge in the finest Spanish dishes whilst watching a traditional flamenco show. This is a must see during your trip to the Catalonian capital.
Picasso Museum
Any art lovers, this is the place you need to visit when in Barcelona. For a chronicle of the artist's life in the capital of Spain and a wide collection of his works, allocate at least a couple of hours. We advise you take some comfy shoes, since the exhibits are spread across five palaces.
If you're looking for a truly HIP hangout with quirky interior design, an excellent DJ and top of the range cocktails, head down to Guzzo to wind down after a long day of exploring and have some fun.
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