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43 Wonderful Museums to Visit in Barcelona

Updated: Dec 30, 2023

Barcelona is a very famous city with much to offer between palaces, monuments, famous streets, parks, local bars and restaurants, and museums.

There are so many museums that I had to write an article about them, so here are the best museums to visit in Barcelona.



In this article, you will find all the info you need, name, description, how to get there, address, where to book a ticket in advance and save money, and which day of the week the Museum is free.


Tips: Keep in mind that many museums are closed on Monday.

May 18th is International Museums Day, so many museums are free that day, but is better to double-check it in advance.



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1. Barcelona-Gaudi House Museum:


The Gaudi House Museum is located inside the Parc Guell.

There you can admire a collection of objects and furniture that have been designed by Gaudi that has lived in that house for almost 20 years, from 1906 to 1925.


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2. Barcelona Pavilion:


Or Mies van der Rohe Pavillion, but I think that Barcelona Pavilion is easier to remember.

This pavilion was initially built as a temporary building to host the German section in 1929 for the International Exposition in Barcelona but was rebuilt in 1986 to become a permanent building.


It is famous for being an essential modern architecture building made with marble, travertine and red onyx. Click here to check prices and availability, book your tickets, and save money and time.


Address: Avinguda Francesc Ferrer I Guardia' 7, 08038 Barcelona.

How to get there: when visiting the Montjuic at the Magic Fountain, turn on the right, and keep walking at the Museum will be on your left-hand side.


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3. Picasso Museum:


The best place to learn about the marvellous art of Pablo Picasso is through his 4,251 works in exposition in this Museum. If you like his art, this is the right place for you.


The line to enter this Museum can be crazy long, so I recommend you book your ticket in advance to skip the line and save time and money. Click here to get your skip the line tickets, save time and money.


Picasso Museum is free every first Sunday of the month and Thursday from 6 pm to 9.30 pm, but you have to book your free ticket in advance.


Address: Carrer Montcada, 15-23, 08003 Barcelona.

How to get there: Metro L4 (yellow) direction La Pau, get off Jaume I, exit via Placa de l'Angel and walk up Carrer de la Princesa, then turn right into Carrer de Montcada, the Museum is a few meters on the left side.


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4. Barcelona Chocolate Museum:


Barcelona chocolate museum is the perfect museum where you can learn everything about chocolate, from its beginning when it was used as a spicy drink and used for multiple uses.

The museum also offers different workshops for young and adults.

Address: Carrer del Comerc 36, 08003 Barcelona.

How to get there: Located on the northwest side of Parc de la Ciutadella, you can get there in a couple of minutes. Walk into Passeig de Pujades, then turn left into Carrer del Comerc. The museum will be on your right-hand side.


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5. MACBA, Museu d'Art Contemporani de Barcelona:


This is a contemporary art museum that hosts essential works of international artists in temporary and permanent exhibitions.


The MACBA Museum is Free every Sunday from 4 pm to 8 pm.

Address: Placa dels Angels 1, 08001 Barcelona.

How to get there: from Placa de Catalunya, walk down Las Ramblas, turn right into Carrer del Bonsucces, keep walking, turn right into Carrer de Montalegre, then left into Placa dels Angels. Walk a couple of minutes, and you will get to the entrance.


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6. MNAC, Museu Nacional d'Art de Catalunya:


The Museum of National Art of Catalonia is the biggest and most important in Barcelona. It hosts more than 260,000 works of art. It has the most important collection of Catalan art from the 19th century and the beginning of the 20th.


Tip: The MNAC Museum is Free every first Sunday from 10 am to 3 pm and Saturdays after 3 pm. Keep in mind the queue is going to be very long and the museum very crowded.

Address: Palau Nacional, Parc de Montjuic, 08038 Barcelona.

How to get there: Have you seen the big palace behind the Magic Fountain at the bottom of the Montjuic?

That is the famous Museum of National Art of Catalonia. From Placa de Catalunya, catch the metro L1 direction Hospital de Bellvitge then get off at Placa Espanya. You can see the Museum from outside the metro station.


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7. Palau de la Musica Catalana:


The famous Palace of Catalan Music is the most renowned Theatre in Barcelona, and it is worth to be visited. You can enjoy a concert or just book a tour and see the inside during the day, of course, they are two different experiences, so it is up to you to choose the best one for you.


Address: Carrer Palau de la Musica, 4-6, 08003 Barcelona.

How to get there: From Placa de Catalunya, on the south east side, walk into Carrer de Fontanell, then turn right into VIa Laietana, then left into Carrer de Sant Pere Mes Alt. The Theatre will be on your left-hand side.

 
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8. Montjuic Castle:


The Barcelona Castle is a must-visit, the view from up there is stunning, you can see the whole city from there and take pretty pictures. There is also a buffet restaurant, some souvenirs shops and an outdoor bar where you can get a sandwich or an ice cream before you start walking down the hill.



I suggest you walk straight up to the Castel and then slowly walk down and visit all the museums (or those you like, I honestly visited all of them).


Address: Ctra. de Montjuic, 66, 08038, Barcelona.

How to get there: From Placa de Espana, catch the Bus 150 direction Castell de Montjuic (the bus stop is at the beginning of the Avinguda del Paral.lel). You will be up there in 22 minutes.

You can catch the cable car from the port ( you can pay it with your metro card pass)

Otherwise, you can just walk to the top as I did. It will take you around 30 mins.

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9. Casa Vicens:


Casa Vicens is a true work of art by Gaudi. It is less known so you won't find tourists crowds and it is also the first house built by a famous architect.

If you don't have spare time to visit it, even just seeing the outside will make you fall in love with its beauty.


Otherwise, you can book a ticket online here and visit this magnificent building.

Address: Carrer de les Carolines 20-26, 08012 Barcelona.

How to get there: From Placa de Catalunya, catch the Metro L3 (green) direction Trinidad Nova and get off at Fontana Station exit via Gran de Gracia/Asturies, walk along Carrer de Breton de los Herreros, turn right into Carrer d'Aulestia I Pijoan walking throughout the end of it and then turn left, the house will be on your right-hand side.



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10. Erotic Museum of Barcelona:


Do I really have to explain what it is? I don't think so. Click here to check ticket prices and opening day.

Address: La Rambla 96 bis, 08002 Barcelona.

How to get there: Located halfway on Las Ramblas, you cannot miss it.


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11. Joan Miro Foundation:


If you like Miro, you cannot miss the Fondacio' Joan Miro', it is a wonderfully designed building where you can also enjoy stunning city views.

Address: Parc de Montjuic 08038, Barcelona.

How to get there: From the castle, it is only 18 minutes walk, or you can catch bus 150 and be there in 11 minutes. Also, only a few mins from the cable car stop.



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12. MUHBA, Museum d'Historia de Barcelona:


Or "Barcelona City History Museum", where you can walk through the heart of the Roman ruins in Barcelona, under Placa del Rei, where you can learn about medieval and ancient Barcelona in a tour around 4,000 square metres in an archaeological site underground.


Free Admission every Sunday after 3 pm and every first Sunday of the month.

Address: Placa del Rei, Barri Gotic, 08002 Barcelona.

How to get there: it is very close to the Cathedral, a few minutes walk from it.



13. Hash Marihuana & Hemp Museum:


This is a palace dedicated to cannabis, where you can see more than 9,000 cannabis artefacts, learn about cannabis cultivation and see real cannabis plats.

Address: Carrer Ample 35, 08002 Barcelona.

How to get there: From the Columbus Monument, walk along Passeig de Colum. When you lose reach La Barceloneta, turn left into Carrer de la Plata, then right into Carrer Ample, the Museum will be on your left-hand side.


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14. Museu d'Historia de Catalunia:


Here you will learn a lot about Catalonia's culture and its history. It is a lovely museum, and I highly recommend visiting it.


Address: Placa de Pau Vila 3, 08039 Barcelona.

How to get there: It is located at the end of the waterfront of Port Vell and the beginning of La Barceloneta, right on the seafront.



15. Museu Maritim de Barcelona:


This Maritim Museum is excellent, and I highly recommend you visit it if you like boats. I saw it during my first trip t Barcelona, and even if I am not a big fan of boats, I found it very interesting.

The Maritim Museum is Free every Sunday after 3 pm.

Address: Avinguda de les Drassanes 08001 Barcelona.

How to get there: looking at the Columbus Monument with the water at your back, the Museum is the building at the left.


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16. MEAM, Museum Europeu d'Art Moderna:


In the MEAM Museum Europeu d'Art Moderna, you will find a living museum that is constantly changing. It hosts concerts, TheatreTheatre, sculpture and painting courses, workshops and exhibitions.

Address: career de la Barra de Ferro 5, 08003 Barcelona.

How to get there: from Placa de Catalunya, turn into Avinguda del Port del Angel, then turn left into Carrer Comtal, keep walking till you get to Via Laietana then turn right, keep walking then turn left into Carrer de la Princesa, then right into Carrer dels Cotoners, then right into Carrer de la Barra de Ferro, walk till you have the Museum at your left-hand side.


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17. Museu del Modernisme Catala':


Museu del Modernisme Catala' hosts a collection of more than 350 works made by 45 artists, and it consists of decorative arts, sculpture, furniture and modernist painting.

Address: career de Balmes 48, 08007 Barcelona.

How to get there: from the northwest side of Placa de Catalunya, turn into Ronda de la Universitat, then turn right into Carrer de Balmes, keep walking for a few minutes and you will see the Museum on your right-hand side.


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18. Frederic Mares Museum:


Frederic Mares Museum is one of the most famous and visited sculpture museums in Spain. He collected statues for all his life, from 1893 to 1991, and he was obsessed with them. Here you can see spectacular sculptures from the 12th to 19th centuries.


The Frederic Mares Museum is free every Sunday after 3 pm and every first Sunday of the month.

Address: Placa Sant lu 5, 08002 Barcelona.

How to get there: looking at the Cathedral from the main square, the Museum is in the street on the left-hand side.

 
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19. Poble Espanyol:


Poble Espanyol is my favourite place after Montjuic Castle. This is an open-air village where you can see arts, gastronomy, handicrafts and architecture from every part of Spain. It is a magical place for me, you can feel Andalusia in one place, and as soon as you turn the corner, you are in Gallizia.


Here you will admire 117 full-scale buildings, more than 300 artworks of contemporary art, boutiques and delicatessen where to buy delicious typical Spanish food and more than 20 artisan and craft workshops. You cannot miss it!

Address: Avinguda Francesc Ferrer I Guardia 13, 08038 Barcelona.

How to get there: It is very close to Placa de Espana and the Magic Fountain. Just follow Avinguda Francesc Ferrer I Guardia at the bottom of the fountain and walk around 5 minutes.


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20. Gaudi Exhibition Center:


Gaudi Exhibition Center is a permanent exhibition of documents and objects linked to Gaudi, the best place to learn more about this genius architect. The collection includes many models, holograms and audiovisual installations.

Address: Pla de la Seu 7, Barcelona.

How to get there: from Placa de Catalunya, from the southeast side, turn into Avinguda del Portal del Angel, keep walking, then turn left into Career dels Arc, then when you get into Placa Nova, turn into Avinguda de la Catedral, the Museum is the building on the left-hand side of the Cathedral.

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21. Museu de Ciencies Naturales de Barcelona:


The Museum of Natural Science of Barcelona is a natural history museum, opened in 2011 and located in the Parc del Forum, a redesigned Diagonal Mar quarter.

Visit this Museum will teach children and adults the evolution of species on our planet.


The Natural History Museum is free every Sunday after 3 pm and every first Sunday of the month.

Address: Plaza Leonardo da Vinci 4-6, 08019 Barcelona.

How to get there: from Placa de Catalunya, on the northeast side, walk into Ronda de Sant Pere, walk to the entrance of the Metro Urquinaona, catch the Metro L4 (yellow) direction, La Pau. Get off at El Maresme | Forum, exit via Rambla de Prim. The Museum is on the other side of the roundabout.


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22. Museu de la Musica:


Do you like musical instruments? If the answer is yes, you cannot miss this Museum. It exposes 500 musical instruments from all over the world.


The entrance is free every Sunday after 3 pm.

Address: Carrer de Lepant 150, 08013 Barcelona.

How to get there: from Placa de Catalunya, catch the Metro L1 (red) direction Fondo and get off at Marina. Walk on Avinguda Meridiana and turn into Carrer de Lepant. The Museum will be on your right-hand side after a couple of minutes.


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23. Museu Egipci de Barcelona:


Museu Egipci de Barcelona is the Egyptian Museum where to admire jewellery, artworks and sarcophaguses.

Address: Carrer de Valencia 284, 08007 Barcelona.

How to get there: from Placa de Catalunya, walk up on Passeig de Gracia for about 10 minutes, turn right into Carrer de Valencia, the Museum will be on your right-hand side.



24. Museu of World Cultures:


In the Museum of World Cultures, you will explore the traditions and cultures of the other four continents with more than 30,000 items. This is a beautiful collection of different continents' cultural art. The exhibition was so extensive that they needed to renew two palaces to host the Museum.


The Museum of World Culture is free every Sunday after 3 pm and every first Sunday of the month.

Address: Carrer de Montcada 12-14, 08003 Barcelona.

How to get there: from Placa de Catalunia, walk up to Avinguda del Portal del Angel, turn left into Carrer Comtal, when you get to Via Laietana, turn right and keep walking, then turn left onto Carrer de Sant Pere Mes Baix, then turn right into Carrer del General Alvarez de Castro, keep walking till you get to Carrer dels Carders, turn right and then left into Carrer de Montcada, the Museum will be on your right-hand side after a few minutes. (14 minutes walk).


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25. Castle of the Three Dragons:


The "Castell dels Tres Dragons" was designed and built between 1887 and 1888 by the architect Lluis Domenech I Montaner for the World's Fair of 1888. Inside it, you can visit the Zoology Museum of Barcelona.

Address: Passeig de Picasso, 08003 Barcelona.

How to get there: It is located on the northeast side of the Parc de la Ciutadella.

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26. Retro Auto-Moto Museo:


In this Retro Auto-Moto museum, you will find two floors full of cars and motorcycles and one foot is dedicated to motorcycles and motorized bicycles.

Cars are from Europe, Russia and the USA, dating from 1890 to the 1960s. This is absolutely a museum to visit if you are a motoring enthusiast.

Address: Carrer de Sant Pere Mes Alt 41, 08003 Barcelona.

How to get there: from Placa de Catalunya (on the south side), catch the bus V15 direction Barceloneta and get off at Via Laietana Carrer Comtal. Walk down Via Laietana and turn left into Carrer de Sant Pere Mes Alt. Walk for a few minutes, and the Museum will be on your left-hand side.


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27. Museum of Illusions:


I genuinely believe this is the funniest Museum you can visit. It is the perfect place to go with your friends or family and take hilarious pictures.

Address: Carrer del Pintor Fortuny 17, 08001 Barcelona, Spain.

How to get there: from Placa de Catalunya walk down Las Ramblas and turn right into Carrer del Pintor Fortuny.

 
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28. Barcelona Wax Museum:


The Wax Museum in Barcelona has located inside a beautiful 19th century neoclassic palace, where you will admire more than 300 wax statues, some real and some fictitious.


Address: Las Ramblas 6, 08002 Barcelona

How to get there: walking up to Las Ramblas from the waterfront, turn into the second street on your right-hand side. The Museum will be in front of you.

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29. Big Fun Museum:


The best Museum where you probably won't learn anything but you will have a lot of fun.

Address: Rambla de Sant Josep 88-94, 08002 Barcelona.

How to get there: It is located on Las Ramblas, opposite La Boqueria Market.


 
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30. Joan Antonio Samaranch Olympic & Sports Museum:


Joan Antonio Samaranch Olympic & Sports Museum is the perfect place for sports lovers, where you can see a vast collection of information and memorabilia of the Olympic Games of 1992 and much more about sports from its origins of till now.

Address: Avinguda de Estadi 60, 08038 Barcelona.

How to get there: it is located next to the Olympic Rings.


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31. Fundacio Antoni Tapies:


Created in 1984 by Antoni Tapies to promote modern and contemporary art, Fundacio Antoni Tapies is now one of the most impressive museums in the city.


Address: Carrer d'Arago 255, 08007 Barcelona.

How to get there: Walk up to Passeig de Gracia. When you pass Casa Batllo's, turn left into career d'Arago. The Museum is on the right side.


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32. Catalan Museum of Archaeology:


In this art deco very colourful building, you will find the Archaeological museum with Roman, Greek and prehistoric artefacts.

Address: Passeig de Santa Madrona 39, 08038 Barcelona.

How to get there: from Placa Espanya, walk up to the Magic Fountain.

Turn left into Avinguda de Rius I Taulet, turn right into Carrer de la Guardia Urbana, keep waking following the road. The Museum will be on your right-hand side in a few minutes.


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33. Museu Can Framis:


In this quiet unknown Museum, you will admire contemporary Catalan artworks from the 1960s to now.

Address: Carrer de Roc Boronat 116-126, 08018 Barcelona.

How to get there: from Placa de Catalunya, catch the Metro L1 (red) direction Fondo. Get off at Glories exit via Placa de les Glories Catalanes, turn into Avinguda Diagonal and then turn right into Carer de Roc Boronat. The Museum will be on your right-hand side after a few minutes walk.



34. Museu de Carrosses Funebres:


Museu de Carrosses Funebres is a very particular and unusual museum and very interesting. Here, you will see many local funerary customs, ceremonies, and ornate horse-drawn carriages.

To visit this Museum, click here and book your ticket online.

Address: Carrer de la Mare de Deu de Port 56, 08038 Barcelona.

How to get there: it is located near the Montjuic cemetery.

From Placa Espanya, catch the Bus 109 direction Poligon Zona Franca and get off at Passeig Zoa Franca.

Turn into Career dels Motors, then turn right into Carrer de la mare de Deu de Port, then left into Carrer del Cementiri and then turn right into Carrer Davant cementiri. The Museum will be on your right-hand side.

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35. Museo del Perfume:


This small Museum is charming, where you can admire more than 5,000 old-fashioned and vintage perfume bottles and containers.

Click here to book your ticket online and save time.


Address: passeig de Gracia 36, 08007 Barcelona.

How to get there: from Placa de Catalunya, walk up to Passeig de Gracia, the museum is a few meters before Casa Batllo'.



36. Casa Sayrach:


Another beautiful work of Gaudi, unfortunately, you cannot visit the inside cause people are actually living there (lucky them, I know!).

Address: Avinguda Diagonal 423, 425, 08037 Barcelona.


How to get there: After visiting Casa Mila on the Passeig de Gracia, turn left when you get to Avinguda Diagonal. Walk around 5 minutes, and the house will be on your right-hand side.




37. Palau Guell:


Palau Guell is another beautiful building designed and built by Gaudi between 1886 and 1888 for the industrial Eusebi Guell and is located in the El Raval quarter.


It is possible to visit the inside and go up to the roof, where you can see a nice view of the city. If you like the Gaudi works, you cannot miss seeing this building.


Palau Guell is FREE every first Sunday of the month, but you have to book your free ticket.

Address: Carrer Nou de la Rambla 3-5, 08001 Barcelona.

How to get there: From Las Ramblas, while walking up from the waterfront, turn left into Carrer Nou de la Rambla. The building will be on your left-hand side.



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38. Caixa Forum Barcelona:


Caixa Forum Barcelona is a less-known art gallery in Barcelona, located inside a former factory and sponsored by Barcelona bank "la Caixa".

La Caixa Foundation is located in the Montjuic area and hosts one of the most famous contemporary art collections in Europe.

Address: Avinguda Marquess de Comillas 6-8, Barcelona.

How to get there: from Placa de Catalunya catch the Metro L1 (red) direction Hospital de Bellvitge and get off at Placa Espanya, exit via Exposicio/Gran Via.Walk toward the Magic Fountain and turn right into Avinguda de Rius Taulet. The entrance is on your right-hand side.



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39. Casa Amatller:


Casa Amatller is another example of Catalan Modernism that was built by the architect Puig and Cadafalch in 1898, and it is located next to the famous Casa Batllo' by Antoni Gaudi.


Inside you can find a chocolate shop and a cafe'. It is possible to visit the house and include in the ticket price there is a cup of hot chocolate in the coffee shop.

Address: Passei the Gracia 41, 08007 Barcelona.

How to get there: Walking up to Passeig the Gracia, the house is on your left side.


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40. Casa Batllo':


Casa Batllo is an impressive building that will make you feel like being inside a fairytale. This building deserves to be visited, not only from the outside but also inside.


It is a prevalent sight, so I suggest you book your skip the line ticket in advance and see it very early in the morning to visit it at your own pace, without the crowd.


Address: Passeig de Gracia 43, 08007 Barcelona.

How to get here: from Placa de Catalunya, walk up to Passeig de Gracia for about 8 minutes. The house is on your left.


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41. La Pedrera (Casa Mila'):


La Pedrera is another beautiful building by Antony Gaudi, where you will admire the apartment of the Mila family. During the tour, you will visit the roof, flat, attic, and courtyards, where you will be amazed by its beauty. Check out prices and availability to visit it during the day here.


I went there during the day, but I heard that it is also spectacular in the evening, cause you can enjoy the stunning view of Barcelona at night.

Address: Passeig de Gracia 92, 08008 Barcelona.

How to get there: from Placa de Catalunya, walk up to Passeig de Gracia for about 10 minutes. The house is on your right.


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42. Plaza de Toros Monumental de Barcelona:


Bullfighting was banned in Catalonia (the region of Spain where Barcelona is) by the Parliament in July 2010. The last Bullfighting in the region was in September 2011. So you won't be able to assist one. But you can visit the stunning Arena.

Address: Gran Via de Los Corts Catalanes 749, 08013 Barcelona.

How to get there: Metro L2 (purple) direction Badalona Pompeu Fabra, Get off at Monumental Station exit via Marina/Placa de Toros, walk down Carrer de la Marina and turn left into Gran Via de less Corts Catalanes.

 
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43. Sant Pau Hospital:


The "Hospital de la Santa Creu I Sant Pau" was built between 1901 and 1930 and designed by Lluis Domenech I Montaner, and it is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It absolutely needs to be visited. It is a brilliant art nouveau building that will surprise you with its beauty.

Address: Sant Antoni Maria Claret, 167, 08025 Barcelona.

How to get there: It is not too far from the Sagrada Familia (that you will visit for sure), so you can walk from there, it is only 14 minutes. Walk up to Avinguda de Gaudi until you get outside the Hospital that will appear in from of you.


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