The Sagrada Familia is one of the most important places in Barcelona, being an icon started by Gaudí that represents the whole place. It is so important that thousands and thousands of tourists visit it every day to take a picture there.
Barcelona is one of the most well-known cities in Spain and millions of tourists visit it every year. At Equity Point we host many young people who want to live an incredible experience in the city but who do not know what places they should visit. Do you know Park Güell?
Summer isn’t over – it’s just getting to the best time of year in the Catalan capital; there are festivals, celebrations and more – check out our guide to What to See in Barcelona This September.
Barcelona is famous for its party scene, sun, sea, football and quirky architecture; but there’s plenty more to see in the city all year round. From trying tempting Catalan cuisine to Picasso’s early work, here’s our top 10 things to do in Barcelona.
A Romantic weekend in Barcelona
Beautiful Barcelona is an ideal destination for a romantic weekend getaway, and with plenty of free activities and inexpensive places to eat and drink, it’s easy to fall in love with this city. Here are our top ten tips of how to have a romantic weekend in Barcelona on a budget.
What to see in the Catalan capital in 48 hours, from the Gothic old town to paella on the beach. Here’s our guide to how to make the most of two days in Barcelona.