Designed in the 1940's by one of Gaudi's disciples and close friends, Casa Supremo affords its guests the absolute best in luxurious downtown living. The four bedroom apartment has been completely renovated, fitted with excellent amenities and modern comforts. The city is brimming with architectural masterpieces at every turn and amazing culinary experiences await in every corner of this vibrant destination.
No trip to Barcelona would be complete without a visit to the famous La Sagrada Familia. But this cathedral is only one of many Gaudí's architectural marvels to be seen in and around Barcelona.
Cutting through the very heart of the city, this 1.2km (mostly) pedestrian boulevard is packed day and night, as visitors meander their way along the promenade, soaking in the atmosphere and enjoying the spectacle.
Created by Miró himself, this museum of modern art not only features works by the artist, but also pieces from his private collection. Located on Montjuïc, here, the artist’s work coexists with cutting-edge contemporary art.
Home to one of the most extensive collections of works by 20th century Spanish artist Pablo Picasso – there are more than 4,200 pieces on display here – the museum is also said to reveal the artist’s relationship with Barcelona itself.
From mid-June to early August, arguably the most highbrow of Barcelona’s festivals takes centre stage. Featuring theatre, dance, music and more, it is all set in sensational venues across the city, including the eponymous Grec Teatre, built in 1929.
Barcelona’s vibrant Carnival festival continues to grow in popularity every year. Taking place every year in the days leading up to Lent, it culminates with a grand parade full of costumed revelers, floats and fireworks.
Football fans of all ages will delight at a tour of this iconic stadium in Barcelona. Wander the grounds and learn the history of one of the world's most famous clubs.
This UNESCO-listed city park is yet another Gaudí creation that is both strange and enchanting. Spend an afternoon exploring this enchanting place, taking in the city views and posing for a pic next to the mosaic lizard that guards the entrance.
Located in Port Vell, the Aquarium features 66 tanks that are home to 11,000 animals. The most spectacular of all is the immense Oceanarium, which features a transparent 80m-long tunnel that allows you to walk among sharks, morays and more.
Get away from the city for a day, without having to leave the city – just head to the beach and enjoy the golden sands and 300 days of sunshine. Buzzing with a carnival atmosphere year round, it’s a fun escape for the whole family.
For breathtaking views of the city and the sea, head up Montjuïc – Barcelona’s historic mountain – by cable car. Hop aboard the funicular at Paral lel metro station and relax as you glide above the treetops.