Barcelona has a wealth of attractions to offer that are best met during a multi-day city break.

One must take a stroll along the boulevard La Rambla, which stretches for about two kilometers from Plaza Cataluña to the port.

The famous boulevard with interesting buildings, numerous restaurants and shops separates the two old quarters of Barri Gòtic and Raval. The most famous landmark and mighty landmark of Barcelona is the Sagrada Familia.

Since 1883, the impressive church building is under construction and the life's work of the architect Antoní Gaudí. In 2026, the construction should be completed. Another well-known building by Gaudí is the Casa Milà.

It is disrespectfully referred to as a quarry house, which is not surprising when one stands in front of it. There are no right angles in Casa Milà. In the building you can visit an apartment with furnishings from the 1920s, an art exhibition and in the attic an exhibition of works by Gaudí.

The gothic cathedral in the old quarter Barri Gòtic, the Palau Güell, the monastery of Pedralbes, the Casa Battló or the Arc de Triomf are also worth a visit in Barcelona. From Castell de Montjuic you can enjoy a magnificent view over Barcelona.
Thanks to its location on the Mediterranean Sea, Barcelona offers beaches for a beach holiday.

The harbor with its like on a string of pearl lined localities invites you to evening stroll.