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.