Barcelona would not be Barcelona without the Rambla. Walking up and down Las Ramblas, is a ritual worth. A walk through life and history of the city.
- Power Chutes
- Gran Teatro del Liceo
- Boqueria market
- Mirador de Colon
- Palace Virreina
- Santa Monica Arts
A stroll through the Gothic Quarter of Barcelona is synonymous with the early discovery of Roman Barcino and the medieval city of palaces, houses and gothic churches.
- City or Town House
- Columns of the Temple of Augustus
- Church of Santa Maria del Pi
- St. Philip Neri
- Church St. Just i Pastor
- Wall i defense towers of the Roman city of Barcino
- Roman Necropolis (Plaza Villa de Madrid)
- Palace of the Generalitat
- Plaza del Rey
- Plaza Real
- Plaza San Felipe Neri
- Plaza San Jaume
The word Raval comes from Arabic meaning Rabad (neighborhood). The old quarter of the convents and hospitals of Barcelona is now a multicultural mosaic where the clash between modernity and social past have made it a magnet for people from around the world.
- Old Hospital de la Santa Creu
- Guell Palace
- CCCB - Centre for Contemporary Culture of Barcelona.
- MACBA - Museum of Contemporary Art in Barcelona
The streets of Barceloneta, the city district Vella, are like corridors parallel and perpendicular to the Port of Barcelona that lead us to a world of modest buildings, extended balconies with clothing and small restaurants and tapas bars below, co multitude of sounds and noise, and especially with the constant presence of sea smell.
- Ski France
- Barceloneta beach
- San Sebastian beach