Barcelona attractions

Map of Barcelona attractions

This map of Barcelona attractions is based on Google maps technology. You can switch the type of map in the right upper corner by clicking on buttons Map, Satellite and Terrain. Control panel on the left with plus and minus buttons can be used for zooming the map.

List of Barcelona attractions

This list contains all the major touristic attractions in Barcelona that are diplayed on the map above as well:

  • Sagrada Familia - Not finished Basilica by Antoni Gaudi that became his biggest masterpiece.
  • La Rambla - Famous boulevard packed with street artists and tourist crowds.
  • Casa Mila - Stunning building known as La Pedrera built by Catalan architect Gaudí.
  • Parc Guëll - Park full of different architectural ideas and symbols designed by Gaudí.
  • Camp Nou Stadium - Largest European football stadium for 99.000 spectators where FC Barcelona resides.
  • Casa Batló - Another remarkable building created by Antoni Gaudí.
  • Cathedral of Santa Eulalia - Gothic cathedral where archbishop of Barcelona offices.
  • Montjuic - Naturally wooded hill with several Olympic venues and other attractions on top.
  • Placa de Catalunya - Busy square in the middle of the city full of monuments and pigeons.
  • Placa d'Espanya - Large square and junction with two Venetian Towers and former bullring arena.
  • Museu Nacional d'Art de Catalunya - National Art Museum of Catalonia located in splendid Palau Nacional.
  • Magic Fountain - Wonderful fountain featuring light and music performances on Fridays and Saturdays.
  • L'Aquarium Barcelona - Large aquarium with thousands of species and 80m long underwater tunnel.
  • Parc de la Ciutadella - Park with many attractions including ZOO, museums and Parliament of Catalonia.
  • Poble Espanyol - Mock village showing Spanish architecture built for 1929 International Exhibition.
  • Arc de Triomf - Triumphal Arch built in reddish brickwork for the 1888 Universal Exposition.
  • Torre Agbar - 142 metres high cylindric skyscraper with illuminated exterior.
  • Museu Picasso - Museum holding extensive collections of artworks by Spanish artist Pablo Picasso.
  • Fundació Joan Miró - Museum of modern art honoring Catalan painter, sculptor, and ceramicist Joan Miró.
  • Estadi Olímpic Lluís Companys - Main stadium of the 1992 Summer Olympics for 56.000 visitors.
  • Montjuic Communications Tower - Telecommunication tower designed by Santiago Calatrava.
  • Peix d'Or - Giant golden fish sculpture created as public street art by Frank Gehry.
  • Hotel Arts - Luxurious hotel operated by Ritz-Carlton located in 44-story high skyscraper.
  • FC Barcelona Museum - Museum inside Camp Nou stadium dedicated to FC Barcelona.
  • Maremagnum - Large complex with shops, cinemas, bars and restaurants in Port Vell area.
  • Museum d'Art Contemporani de Barcelona - Museum of contemporary art focused on Catalonian artists.
  • Mies van der Rohe Pavilion - Emblematic building that became milestone in modern architecture.
  • Gran Teatre del Liceu - Main Barcelona opera opened in 1847 hosting great performances.
  • Barcelona ZOO - ZOO based in Parc de la Ciutadella with number of animals and venues.
  • Palau Reial de Pedralbes - Royal palace where Spanish monarchs have their private residence.
  • Sagrat Cor - Splendid Church of the Sacred Heart of Jesus located on top of Mount Tibidabo.
  • Tibidabo Amusement Park - Oldest amusement park in Barcelona with many rides and attractions.
  • Torre de Collserola - TV and radio transmitting tower uniquely designed by Norman Foster.

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