Located in the northeast of the Spanish Mediterranean coast, stands the world famous city of Barcelona, one of the main world capitals of tourism and, without a doubt, the most important city in the Mediterranean. Refunded by the Romans at the end of the first century A.C. The first vestiges of human population in the present city go back until 5000 A.C. This can help us understand a number of factors that make the city today one of the tourist, cultural and leisure centers that attract more visitors from all over the world.
Who has not thought of strolling through the Ramblas of the city, going down from Plaza Catalunya to Moll de la Fusta, getting lost in its gothic quarter, browsing the alleyways of El Born or Barcelona and, why not, making good food in quaint restaurants Of the neighborhood of grace. Marvel at the creative genius of Antoni Gaudí in the Sagrada Familia or Parque Güell or spend a night enjoying the best football on the planet at the Camp Nou.
To visit the city is to enter into a universe of unexpected sensations. We can start our visit with breakfast on a terrace of Las Ramblas and continue up to Plaza Cataluña, the city's nerve center.
We can continue to marvel at the senses by visiting the work of Gaudí, headed by the fantastic Sagrada Familia, unfinished work of the brilliant architect and world reference of Catalan modernism, followed by La Pedrera, UNESCO World Heritage, or Casa Batlló, where his Monumental façade will make us immerse ourselves in the forms of nature and the colors of light in the heart of the city.
And if all this seems little you can still end the day enjoying an afternoon in the hypostyle room of the wonderful park Güell.
Although the work of Antoni Gaudí went up seemed to eclipse much of the cultural offer of the city, not so. And in fact that's why Barcelona is one of the world's tourism capitals.
Along with the monumental work of Gaudi, in the city of Barcelona the visitor can enjoy an afternoon of Opera in the Gran Teatro del Liceo or a concert in the Palau de la Música Catalana, you can visit the 1992 Olympic installations or the museum of the FCBarcelona, world reference of the sport and main equipment of the city, not to mention the possibility of seeing a match of the best soccer of the planet in direct.
As if that were not enough, a few kilometers from the city, visitors can get close to the bay of Montserrat, a fantastic Catalan mountain where we can admire the famous Morenita or a painting by Caravaggio or go shopping in the famous Roca Village.