Points of Interest


Jewish Quarter

Visit the ancient Jewish quarter,
Between the streets you will find a Beth Chabad that offers you a 3D tour through the history of the Jewish quarter. It is located in the Calle Sant Honorat nº 9. You can also visit the synagogue museum on Calle Marlet nº 5.
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The Ramblas are always animated, full of tourists and street performers who act as human statues. The walk has many terraces and it’s nice to sit and watch
the coming and going of passers-by even though the prices are increased because its a tourist area.
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Plaça Catalunya

One of the most emblematic and visited central points
from the city of Barcelona. The square is full of pigeons
where tourists usually feed them. It has a great central fountain that lights up at night.
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At the end of the ramblas there is a statue of colon, Constructed in homage to the famous discoverer. The Monument to Colón is a striking viewpoint 60 meters high located next to the port of Barcelona.
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Park Güell

Park Güell is a public park system composed of gardens and architectonic elements located on Carmel Hill, in Barcelona,
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El Camp Nou

It is the stadium with the greatest capacity in Europe and
one of the largest in the world.
It has an internal museum that allows the
option to touch the field.
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Plaza España

The Plaza de España in Barcelona is one of the
most emblematic spaces of the Catalan capital.
It was built during the International Exhibition
1929, and has beautiful water fonts operative on weekends.
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located in the Old Port of Barcelona, is the main
and the only large aquarium in the city and Catalonia. Further,
It is the most important center in the world in Mediterranean theme.
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The Cable Car of the Port of Barcelona, is a means of
transport of tourist character that communicates the Port
of Barcelona with the mountain of Montjuïc.
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Montjuic Park

In the Montjuic area, there is the sports center
Palau Sant Jordi, The Olympic Stadium, and various museums.
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