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1. Visit the Gothic Quarter

Discover medieval Barcelona with a visit to the historic Gothic Quarter. Close to La Rambla and a short walk from the port, it is a beautiful place to spend the day.

2. Mercat de la Boqueria

Housed in an impressive modernista building just off La Rambla, Mercat de la Boqueria is a bustling food market and a must-visit for any trip to Barcelona.
Sagrada Familia.

3. La Sagrada Familia

As you make your way out of the Metro station and come face to face with Barcelona’s most iconic landmark, La Sagrada Familia, prepare to be stunned by the basilica’s awe-inspiring architecture.

4. Güell Park

Experience a place where surreal architecture meets the natural world at Barcelona’s Güell Park, which is set on the hillsides above the city centre on the edge of Gràcia.

5. Barcelona Cathedral

Pay a visit to Barcelona Cathedral and discover one of the city’s most striking historic buildings. Located on Pla de la Seu in the heart of the Gothic Quarter, the cathedral’s beautiful both inside and out.

From endless beaches to wacky architecture, and designer shopping to art galleries, Barcelona is a city that has it all. From the charming Gothic Quarter to the unusual Guell Park, here are our top picks of things to do on your trip to this vibrant, cultural city.