Activities in Barcelona
BarcelonaThe Catalan capital is justifiably the cultural capital of Spain. After all, the spirit of arguably the most famous Spanish architect Antoni Gaudi walks the streets at every turn. The sight of the Casa Milà alone or the park Güell decorated with colorful mosaics and the imaginative Casa Batlló will immerse you in a painting. Nothing is more connected with Barcelona and the Gaudi than the city's landmark, the Sagrada Familia cathedral and its light-flooded interior which creates a very special atmosphere. While animal lovers can visit the city zoo and the lavishly designed aquarium, football fans can visit the legendary Camp Nou, a modern-style cathedral. Inextricably linked to Barcelona is also the stroll along the promenade "Las Ramblas" on your way to harbour, with its cozy cafes and several street artists waiting for curious vacationers. The city visit is rounded off after shopping with a dive into the Catalan cuisine. Amidst tapas, fresh seafood and black rice with squid, the metropolis also unfurls its own character on the taste buds.