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Barcelona, an open, cosmopolitan and modern city

From fun fairs to a bird’s eye view of the city, you can hardly imagine the things Barcelona has to offer you:

Magic Fountain

Barcelona's greatest ornamental fountain, created in 1929 for the International Expo, offers a spectacle combining music, water and lights, offering more than 50 variants. Now one of the most popular attractions Barcelona has to offer, the Magic Fountain of Montjuïc is the scenario of the “Piromusical”, a veritable "ballet" of water and light.

The Aquarium of Barcelona

The Aquarium of Barcelona, in the Old Port, is regarded as one of the largest in Europe and the most important in Mediterranean sea life. This recreational and educational marine centre gives visitors a closer look at life in the sea depths thanks to its 5 million litres of water, where 11,000 sea animals of 450 different species live.

Vantage Point - Tower of Collserola

Like a huge syringe pointing skywards, the silhouette of Collserola Tower has commanded the skyline of Barcelona since 1992. It has been one of the symbols of Barcelona since the year of the Olympic Games, and besides modernity, it gives the city the highest vantage point over the plain of Barcelona.

El Poble Espanyol

El Poble Espanyol [The Spanish Village] is an outdoor museum comprised of 117 real-scale buildings that reproduce the architecture of different corners of Spain. Its diverse squares, street and houses make it a veritable "village" located on the mountain of Montjuïc. It was built for the International Expo of 1929 in Barcelona.

Barcelona Zoo

Barcelona Zoo houses more than seven thousand animals of some four hundred different species. The visit is like a living journey taking in the world's habitats and fauna: primates, felines, tropical birds, dolphins… The Zoo is an ideal place for an unforgettable day out with the family.

Picasso Museum

Located in Barcelona’s Gothic Quarter, this museum spread over five large mansions is one of the city’s must-see attractions. Open since 1963, it is the essential place for discovering the artist’s formative years. The museum houses more than 3,800 works from his different periods.

Columbus' Vantage Point

Standing at the end of Barcelona's Rambla, very close to the sea, Columbus' Vantage Point provides an unbeatable panoramic view of Barcelona from a height of 60 metres.

Tibidabo Funfair

The Tibidabo funfair has been located at the highest point of Barcelona for more than a century now. It is embedded in the memory of generations of inhabitants of Barcelona as a place of fun, surprise and entertainment, with rides for young and old alike; for the cautious and the bold.

FCB Museum

Check out one of the world's most important sports institutions, the Barcelona Football Club museum, one of the most-visited in Spain. A fun-packed and interesting activity for grown-ups and youngsters.

Montjuïc Cable Car

The Montjuïc Cable Car offers panoramic views of Barcelona from the air. It will take you from Montjuïc Park to Montjuïc Castle, via the Viewpoint – an ideal way to enjoy the city.

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