The city and regions of Barcelona welcome you with a plenty of options to enjoy your stay. But if you don't know where to start, discover a selection of infallible plans to ensure a perfect getaway.
A tiny 13th-century village, perfectly conserved, and a massif that is the symbol of the Pyrenees in a natural setting that is ideal for mountain sports.
A town overlooked by a medieval castle and a salt deposit that formed 40 million years ago and exploited since Roman times.
Amazing human towers reaching up to ten metres high. Listed as Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity by UNESCO.
Close to the city of Barcelona and a short distance from the coast, this is the venue for Grand Prix motor and motorcycle racing events.
Factories and churches, workers' cottages and manor houses, schools and theatres, streets and gardens, bear witness to our industrial past along the river.
An emblematic work by Antoni Gaudí, declared a World Heritage Site, built in a remarkable nineteenth-century industrial colony.
Five Denominations of Origin (DO) wine producing regions: Penedès, Alella, Pla de Bages, Catalunya and Cava, which offer unique wine tasting tourism experiences.
The trading and cultural nature of the city, shaped over time, is represented by the Porxada, built in the 16th century.
A shopper's paradise just 40 minutes from Barcelona, with more than 130 shops selling top brands at discount prices.
Close to Manresa, a city rich in culture and heritage, lies a thousand-year-old monastery that is the centre of a unique project on art, nature and gastronomy.
The monastery is one of the finest examples of medieval art in Catalonia, with a magnificent cloister.
Shrine, monastery and mountain. One of Catalonia's cultural hubs: history, spirituality and a unique landscape.
Twelve natural parks and areas that account for almost a quarter of the region's of Barcelona territory: nature, scenery, conservation and culture.
Costa Barcelona gives you more than a hundred kilometres of quality beaches featuring all the services you would expect and good road and rail links to the city
Medieval villages with cobble streets and stone houses, and a plateau offering spectacular views, thick forests and water aplenty.
Between the Mediterranean and Garraf Park, it offers 300 days of sunshine a year, 17 beaches, art, culture and cuisine, all just half an hour from Barcelona.
An important centre during the Industrial Revolution, it conserves a rich Art Nouveau architectural heritage, Romanesque churches and a variety of cultural activities.
One of Catalonia's oldest cities, with a rich heritage and a market that started in the Middle Ages, located between the Mediterranean and the Pyrenees.