Barcelona is a city that is always ready to welcome us so warm with a good plan of tourist activities and exciting places to visit.
Barcelona is, of all Spanish cities, the best known abroad and receives more visitors each year.
This should not surprise us if we consider the many cultural, artistic and recreational offer that counts the metropolis.
One of its main attractions is the Catalan modernism, epitomized by Antoni Gaudí. Within the downtown area we can find buildings designed by him as emblematic as the Sagrada Familia, with its conical towers with parabolic torsion; Casa Batllo, with its characteristic facade made of ceramic glass pieces of various colors resembling the scales of a dragon; Mila-La Pedrera House, with its undulating forms and outputs cross-shaped staircase; or Guell Park, with its characteristic square-shaped balcony and entrance hall staircase as dragons and salamanders resting place of various colors.
However, Barcelona is much more than Gaudi and his 636 sq km of metropolitan area. The historic center to the localities that make up the wide central belt, the diversity of cityscapes provides many faces of the city.