Barcelona offers fun for everyone: kids and adults, thrill seekers, and people in search of peace and quiet. You can walk among sharks, stroke dolphins, take a head-spinning ride on a roller coaster or enjoy the magnificent views of Barcelona and peaceful atmosphere of the parks.
Located in the centre of Barcelona, the Basílica de la Sagrada Família has become one of the most iconic landmarks of Barcelona, despite remaining unfinished at the time of Gaudí’s death. Gaudí’s design consisted of a large church with a basilican floor-plan consisting of five naves and three transepts, in the shape of a Latin cross.
The museum MNAC is housed in the Palau Nacional, a landmark building dating from the 1929 International Exhibition of Barcelona. It is located on Montjuïc Hill, a privileged setting which boasts unique, magnificent views of Barcelona.
The Fundació Joan Miró is located in Montjuïc Park in a magnificent Mediterranean-style building designed by Josep Lluís Sert, and houses the most important public collection of works by Joan Miró.
The Parc de la Ciutadella, Barcelona’s urban “green lung”, is no ordinary park. In 1869, the demolition of the military citadel, built a century earlier by Philip V, was highly significant for a boom Barcelona with its sights firmly set on the 1888 Universal Exhibition. The result was a park which the architect Josep Fontseré adapted to the needs of the world fair.
In the central Barcelona’s Passeig de Gràcia, we find the Casa Milà or La Pedrera, a blend of fantasy and functionality make this architectural landmark a must-see visitor attraction. This is the culmination of Antoni Gaudí’s career, designed as a modernista building tailored to the new social needs, without forgetting his main source of inspiration: nature and organic forms.
No work by Gaudí better encapsulates the complete and perfect harmony of nature and architecture than Barcelona’s Park Güell. Initially designed as an English-style garden-city – hence the name Park – it eventually became Barcelona’s most unusual public park.
Barcelona's theatre opera house, the Gran Teatre del Liceu, opened in 1847 on the Barcelona's famous Rambla. One of the key landmarks of Barcelona, it has been a major centre for culture and the performing arts for over 150 years.
Since its beginnings as a Roman colony in first century BC, Barcelona’s identity of fascinating stories, daring architecture and sensual beaches emanate a rich cultural heritage. Perhaps the most recognisable landmarks in this coastal city are the works of architect Antoni Gaudi, including Casa Mila (or La Pedrera), Casa Batlló and, most famous of all, La Sagrada Familia. Gallery Hotel is located in the centre of Barcelona, near Passeig de Gràcia and a short walk from Gaudi's monuments. At the heart of the city, guests find themselves only a stone’s throw from fine shops, discotheques and art galleries with potential for a robust Barcelona vacation. Paramount transportation access lies 12 kilometres away at Barcelona International Airport, with the hotel just four kilometres from the Trade Fair Centre.
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