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Book a flight to Barcelona with Qatar Airways

Fly to Spain’s second-largest city – and certainly one of Europe’s most colourful – and discover a renowned soccer team, beaches, museums and architecture. From the unique street-theatre of Las Ramblas to the gold-medal memories recalled through Olympic Park, Barcelona serves up a feast for the senses.

Book a flight to Barcelona with Qatar Airways to find out for yourself why it is one of Europe’s leading centres for tourism, culture and sports.

Barcelona highlights

Barcelona has a lot on offer. Not only is it home to one of the world's best known soccer clubs, but its architecture, culture and glamour are bound to leave you inspired.

  • Tourist attractions

    As the capital of the Catalonia region, Barcelona is a vibrant hub with a host of world-class attractions. Gaudi’s as yet unfinished church, La Sagrada Familia, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site for good reason, and is not to be missed. Elsewhere, thereThere is plenty of architectural magnificence to enjoy when you travel to Barcelona, particularly in the Gothic Quarter.

    Once you’ve finished your day’s sightseeing, be sure to catch the sunset at one of Barcelona’s renowned beaches. After night has settled in, pay a visit to the Magic Fountain on Montjuïc hill, for spectacular displays of light set to music. There you’ll also find the majestic Palau Nacional and the Anella Olimpica, which hosted the 1992 Olympic Games.

  • Leisure activities

    While Barcelona is a favourite summer destination for travellers in search of spectacular beaches, the city has many other outdoor activities on offer. A broad selection of water-sports, boat tours and open-air entertainment await the adventurer. Summer is also a time for festivals in Barcelona, including the Sonar music festival in June and the weeklong Festes de Gracia in August.

    There are many musical and cultural venues to explore in the city. During your trip to Barcelona be sure to check out a flamenco show.

  • Food

    Barcelona’s dining experiences take their inspiration from all over the world. Alongside international cuisine, you’ll find Catalonian favourites like escudella stew and mongets amb botifarra. If you want to sample some of the city’s finest eateries, try Barceloneta or Barri Gotic.

    Though they are not Catalonian staples, well-known Spanish delicacies like paella and tapas are also on offer. For eating on the go, try some tasty tapas at any of the cafes or restaurants adorning the local streets.

  • Shopping

    If you’re in search of tourist trinkets, they can be readily found on Las Ramblas and Barri Gotic. But if you want a souvenir that’s uniquely Catalonian, head to the boutiques in Gracia, or the market stalls of Ciutat Vella.

    If your retail tastes are more commercial, then the Maremagnum shopping centre in the port area offers everything from designer clothes and official FC Barcelona merchandise, to traditional sweets and children’s toys.

Essential facts about Barcelona

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