The History Category shows the posts that has historical interest to certain type of travelers or visitors. It´s oriented to tourists that travel to Barcelona, Spain with the interest of learning more about the History of Barcelona or Catalonia.
The post "What to do in Barcelona by days" has the purpose to help you out with the organization of your itinerary while you´re here in Barcelona. If you are a tourist in Barcelona this post might interest you and help you a lot.
Passeig de Gràcia is recognized by the history and the majestic appearance of its buildings. Elegant and fascinating modernist constructions are Barcelona´s attractions by excellence for architecture lovers. On both sides of the sidewalk of Passeig de Gràcia, you could enjoy Gaudi, Puig I Cadafalch, and Domènech Montaner creations.
The building today belongs to the Generalitat de Catalunya and houses a cultural center, consisting of three exhibition halls, a large space for concerts, a bookstore, the Information Center of Catalonia, a tourist office of the city, and beautiful gardens open to the public.
Another town, another city, another country, another world, another universe, these are the sensations you get when you enter the Barrio de Gràcia. Its bohemian, multicultural atmosphere and own personality, has called the artistic instinct of many great artists, and these have exploited all their art in this beautiful neighborhood causing a selection of galleries, live music, and artistic boutiques of great quality and last but not least: the Graffities!
Rosalía combines traditional flamenco with copla and modern styles such as pop, trap, hip hop, and electronic music. After her success with the album “El mal querer'', she has released singles with renowned Latin music artists such as Ozuna and J Balvin, making herself known also in the American continent.
Barceloneta beach is one of the oldest and most traditional beaches in Barcelona city. It is preferred by foreign users, leisure groups, and schools, who often go there to do activities. It is located in the neighborhood of La Barceloneta (Ciutat Vella). Together with Barcelona's San Sebastian beach and Victoria beach, it is 422 meters long.
A tour in Barcelona can’t be completed if you don’t visit the most important places in the city. There are many sites worth visiting, and you will probably feel attracted to while looking at what to do in Barcelona. Casa Vicens is one of those places that you, as a tourist in Barcelona, need to visit before completing your adventure in what might be the most magical city in Spain.
Barcelona is known as the capital of modernism because of the great quantity and quality of works that it treasures. The set of monuments and outdoor sculptures are an excellent example of public art that gives the Catalan capital, in conjunction with other elements such as its architecture a seal of distinction.