Dragons and architectural treasures on the shores of the Mediterranean.
Located very close to the Pyrenees and bathed by the sea, Barcelona is the city of architecture without limits. Thanks to Gaudí, you will be able to delve into the colours, textures and plasticity of its modernist work, unique in the world. Beyond its architectural flagship, the Sagrada Familia, most of its creations in the city will transport you to imaginary worlds that deserve their recognition as a World Heritage Site, declared by Unesco.
Its legacy will not leave you indifferent either, you only have to see the facade and interior of the Palau de la Música de Domenech and Montaner to be blown away by the vivid tones that its stained glass windows project.
Perhaps, because of that magical halo that Gaudí left in Barcelona, it is also known as the city of dragons. If you look closely, you will surely find scales and claws in more than one corner of its streets.
The cosmopolitan history of Barcelona leaves traces of the Roman Empire, Gothic cathedrals that inspired novels and medieval castles with captivating views. Here you will find a perfect blend of nature, leisure and culture.
Streets filled with life, from Verdi, where you can enjoy a glass of homemade vermouth or buy a vintage item, following the Paseo de Gracia, the Gothic Quarter or Las Ramblas. Don't forget to walk into the market of La Boqueria to enjoy the many smells and flavours of the sea and land.