Tourist Information

Thanks to Turisme de Barcelona, the city has an extensive network of information points and offices where tourists can find guidance and advice for discovering Barcelona. Information services are available in various languages and cover any category: transport, culture and leisure activities or shopping, among others.

Turismo de Barcelona: www.barcelonaturisme.com

Barcelona City Council: www.bcn.es

Barcelona Guide: http://es.barcelona.com/guia_ciudad

Meet Bcn: http://www.meetbcn.com/

Bcn+: http://www.barcelonaesmoltmes.cat/es/

Catalunya.com: http://www.catalunya.com/



Culture and art

Museums, art galleries and exhibition centres are just some of the cultural spots the city of Barcelona offers. The streets of Barcelona themselves are jewels of Modernisme and contemporary architecture, with their own special history. Here are some of our recommendations:

Sagrada Familia: www.sagradafamilia.org

Palau de la Música: www.palaumusica.org

Gran Teatre del Liceu: www.liceubarcelona.cat

Park Güell: www.parkguell.es/es/portada

MNAC: www.museunacional.cat

MACBA: www.macba.cat




Barcelona is a well-connected city, with a wide variety of public and private transport options to move around the city and metropolitan area, so tourists can easily, comfortably get wherever they want to go. Plan your trip with any combination of metro and bus, highlight a route by theme or get around in your own vehicle.

Metro, Airbus and FGC: www.tmb.net

Via Vespa: www.via-vespa.com/es/barcelona/

Cycle: www.bicicletabarcelona.com

Helicopter: www.cathelicopters.com




As the host of the 92 Olympic Games, Barcelona is perfect for enjoying the best sporting events. Practice any sport, enjoy watching a match of Futbol Club Barcelona at Camp Nou, sail along the Catalan coast or discover the fabulous local golf courses.

F.C. Barcelona: www.fcbarcelona.com

R.C.D. Espanyol: www.rcdespanyol.com

Sailing: www.velabarcelona.com

Picornell swimming pool: www.picornell.cat