Cosas que hacer en Barcelona
Ante ti se encuentra la llave que te abrirá las puertas a la ciudad: una guía con los mejores lugares de la zona, creada por anfitriones locales de Airbnb
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Museu de La Sagrada FamiliaLugares emblemáticosLugares de interés
Recomendado por 998 anfitriones de la zona
The Sagrada Família, Antoni Gaudí's unfinished masterpiece, is one of Barcelona's most popular tourist attractions. It is a direct metro ride only a few stops away from Parallel, purple line - L2
The most impressive master piece of Gaudi. It is really worth to visit it. An advice is to buy tickets online in advance to avoid long queues. // Preciosa e impresionante obra de Gaudí. Merece la p... más información
Recomendado por 173 anfitriones de la zona
Just a step from the flat there is a great place to taste Spanish and Catalan Cuisine. It is always crowdy there, but worth waiting a table. Fresh seafood, local tapas, Spanish wine. Must visit place!
Best place for Tapas ever¡¡¡¡ just one thing, this place is so good that it's always crowded and you may need to wait to get in,, but believe me it is worth it waiting.
One of my favourite tapas places! Ask to the tender how long you need to wait for a table. Best time is 7PM or 11PM if you don't want to wait.
Palacio de la Música CatalanaArte y culturaTodo lo demás en Arte y cultura
Recomendado por 253 anfitriones de la zona
The Palau de la Música Catalana (Catalan pronunciation: [pəˈɫaw ðə ɫə ˈmuzikə kətəˈɫanə], English: Palace of Catalan Music) is a concert hall in Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain. Designed in the Catalan mo
ROUTE D - El Palacio de la Música (19 minutes walk distance from home) Is a concert hall in Barcelona. Designed in the Catalan modernista style by the architect Lluís Domènech i Montaner, it was b... más información
Passeig de GràciaLugares emblemáticosTodo lo demás en Lugares emblemáticos
Recomendado por 314 anfitriones de la zona
One of the major avenues in Barcelona where you could find important shopping and business areas and several pieces of architecture (La Pedrera, La Casa Batlló,...)
Passeig de Gràcia is one of the major avenues in Barcelona and one of its most important shopping and business areas, containing several of the city's most celebrated pieces of architecture like Ca... más información
Recomendado por 114 anfitriones de la zona
Here you can find the street where almost all the Barcelonians will buy your clothes. Aquí podrás encontrar la calle donde casi todos los Barceloneses van a comprar su ropa.
Shopping time! Lots of different shops, brands, prices. You can spend hours going from one store to another. Ladies have fun!
The heart of the Barcelona shopping district; spanning from Passeig de Gracia, down to the Cathedral. Adventure outwards though to find designer boutiques and non-chain stores.
Recomendado por 126 anfitriones de la zona
Any dumpling will do, they are all amazing. Nothing like the usual manufactured chinese food you usually get. This is home made Hong Kong specialties. Large variety of german beers.
Very cheap, relaxed and special chinese restaurant owned by an English guy who fell in love with Asia. Must try: steamed rice in banana leaf, steamed dumplings (prawn, veal or vegetable ones), roas... más información
Recomendado por 349 anfitriones de la zona
A street in central Barcelona, popular with tourists and locals alike. A tree-lined pedestrian mall, it stretches for 1.2 kilometres connecting Plaça de Catalunya in the centre with Colombus statue.
La Rambla is a street in central Barcelona, popular with both tourists and locals alike. A 1.2 kilometer-long tree-lined pedestrian street between Barri Gòtic and El Raval
Recomendado por 125 anfitriones de la zona
Mysteriously delicious small sandwiches (tapas) with homemade spreads. Super Hit is salmon with yogurt and truffle honey oil but everything is delicious. Best to go by opening time, after it gets full
Right in front of the Charming Parallel is the Quimet & Quimet, with its high walls lined top-to-bottom with a colorful array of bottles, the tiny Quimet & Quimet, a charming tapas bar in El Poble Sec
Recomendado por 121 anfitriones de la zona
Inexpensive restaurant to enjoy really fresh seafood -- crabs, prawns. You pick out what you want at the counter, it's weighed up and heaved away, and you pick it up crisp and steaming on a platter.
There is always a long line of locals for this seafood eatery. Food is incredibly fresh, point to choose your catch and they cook it up on the spot. This is the most affordable seafood joint in town.
Recomendado por 135 anfitriones de la zona
ROUTE B - Beach “Barceloneta” (32 minutes walk – 20 minutes by metro - distance from home / 16 minutes walk distance from L’Aquàrium) Barceloneta has been drafted by the engineer Prósper de Verboo... más información
Recomendado por 118 anfitriones de la zona
The Tickets restaurant is the new concept made by Ferran Adrià (the chef of 'El Bulli', for many years the best restaurant of the world) to create the "queen of tapas" bar, simply a UNIQUE experience.
Michelin Star Chef Ferran Adrià has created a tapas bar but of course not a traditional one. At Tickets tapas are innovative and creative like all avant-garde culinary ideas of Adrià - Its necessar... más información
Recomendado por 292 anfitriones de la zona
A mall built inside a bullfight arena, right in Plaza de España. Two buses will leave you right there from the flat (bus D20 and 50). You'll find lots of shops inside, including hairdresser, movies... más información
In Catalonia BullFights are forbidden by law, considered to be a brutal and violent sport, this place to visit is an Ex Bull Fighting Arena converted to a Very nice Shopping Mall, with Café's, Bars... más información
Recomendado por 449 anfitriones de la zona
One of my favourite spots in city it the upper floor of El Corte Inglés. If you are done with shopping, or you don't want to do it at all, get to the elevators and press Floor 9. There is a large r... más información
ROUTE B - Plaza Catalunya (19 minutes walk distance from home) Is a large square in central Barcelona that is generally considered to be both its city centre and the place where the old city (Barr... más información
Recomendado por 277 anfitriones de la zona
The beach is obviously the main attraction of Barceloneta, and is absolutely packed with locals and tourists alike all summer long. Thanks to the people who patrol up and down selling everything fr... más información
Recomendado por 266 anfitriones de la zona
The magic fountain is a spectacular display of colour, light, motion, music, and water acrobatics. If you mix all these elements together in just the right combinations, you end up with pure magic!
The magic fountain is a spectacular display of colour, light, motion, music and water acrobatics - if you mix all these elements together in just the right combinations, you end up with pure magic !
Recomendado por 93 anfitriones de la zona
Very good tapas. Full of tourists but still a good place to go! If it is full go up the Rambla Catalunya and go to Cerveseria Catalana, same owner, same place! And btw, who is the count of Barcelona?
Fantastic bar-restaurant for seafood, tapas etc Try Pulpo a la gallega (grilled octopus), chipirones (fried baby squids), tortilla (Spanish omelette with potato), shrimps, bread with tomato and ham
Recomendado por 88 anfitriones de la zona
This is not the typical tapas joint for tourists. They cater mostly to people that work around and look for a nice combination on good price and excellent food. From breakfast to late dinner.
A really popular place to have dinner or try typical tapas and "flautas" (tiny sandwiches) . This restaurant is extremely popular among the locals, which is a good sign! The prices are also friendly.
One of my favourites. Excellent price/quality ratio. Clean, fast service and very good fresh food. Do not forget to try the assorted tapas (Surtido de tapas). Metro Digonal (only 3 stops from Liceo).
Recomendado por 74 anfitriones de la zona
Beautifully designed by Lazaro Rosa Violan this enormous space 3,500 square meters (a disused car park) feels like a bit like a food court, but a luxurious one. Sky high ceilings, hanging candelab... más información
The first restaurant with different areas where we can try traditional recipes from around the Iberian Peninsula, prepared with high quality produce in unique surroundings, reflecting the social an... más información
Recomendado por 95 anfitriones de la zona
Interesting Moritz beer factory, usually organized events, also freshly brew beer and homemade bread, and a wide range of food, worth a visit
More than 150 years have gone by since Louis Moritz arrived in Barcelona from Alsace and launched a new beer. Moritz is a trendy restaurant, beer factory, shop, wine store and cafe place.
The young Louis Moritz arrived in Barcelona from Alsace more than 150 years ago. This is when the Moritz adventure started, a new beer which was born in the Ronda Sant Antoni, in Barcelona.
Recomendado por 82 anfitriones de la zona
Its actually called La Champañeria. No tables and very tight spaces. Relax, everything gets better after a glass or two of cava followed by freshly grilled bocatas.
Great tapas and bocadillos? Young people watering their meals with great catalan sparkling wine, cava rosat. Get ready to enjoy delightful embutidos and get tipsy. Let's get the party started!
Buzzing local stand-only bar also known as Xampeneria - a watering hole best known for their cava (Spain's version of Champagne/Sparkling wine) Go for: authentic local experience
Recomendado por 332 anfitriones de la zona
The Cathedral of the Holy Cross and Saint Eulalia (Catalan: Catedral de la Santa Creu i Santa Eulàlia, Spanish: Catedral de la Santa Cruz y Santa Eulalia), also known as Barcelona Cathedral, is the Go
Opening hours: Monday to Saturday: 1pm - 5pm, Sundays and holidays: 2pm - 5pm • Admission: 6 € ￼￼￼￼￼￼15:30-16:15 THINGS TO DO THERE Wander around the inside of the church Take the elevator to mount... más información
Recomendado por 79 anfitriones de la zona
If you ever thought that a hamburger couldn't surprise you anymore, check out this menu. It will blow your socks off ! Welcome to the world of Gourmet Burgers !
One of the best burger in town. Quality meat grilled flavor and fresh ingredients. All sauces are homemade and are delicious! Medium price 12 - 15 €
Food: Burgers. Really good, but usually crowded, is very popular in the turist guides. The burgers are really good, top rank in town. Pros: Very close from home... Price: $
Recomendado por 70 anfitriones de la zona
Most people come to Montserrat to visit only the monastery but if you are spending a few days in Barcelona and you are used to walking (the route up the monastery takes a good three hours walk), it... más información
Very impressive rock formations. The Montserrat has a strong place in Catalan history. The local monetary gets busy and it is where you are supposed to go if you want to have children, maybe better... más información
Recomendado por 77 anfitriones de la zona
This 1929 bar has preserved the true essence of the old bars in Barcelona. Is a tapas bar where cheese and Iberian cured ham are served with excellent quality! Is a bit noisy because is small.
People come to taste excellent anchovies, ham superlative and especially to drink sparkling white wine that bears its name. At peak times do not fit or a pin, so it's best to go early.
This place is the epitome of a great tapas joint - tiny, badly lit, always very busy, but absolutely delicious. You may have to fight to get a table, but it'll be worth it.
Recomendado por 74 anfitriones de la zona
Great tapas bar with a local atmosphere & great service ! Ask for a table outside in summer or start inside and be reseated when one becomes available - Hard to beat! :)
Tapas bar and restaurant with a big variety of fish and meat tapas. Quite big portions. Great value for money and quality.
Recomendado por 64 anfitriones de la zona
One of my girlfriend´s favourites: a place for good breakfasts, nice juices, healthy things, hipster decor, cool and beautiful people... All very carefully served and in Passeig de Sant Joan :DEditar
Great place, with absolutely fa for breakfast, lunhc/brunch, coffee, glass of wine or dinner. So popular amongst the locals that there is a waiting for weekend brunch. Fanatastic interior design, p... más información
Recomendado por 60 anfitriones de la zona
One of the most lively Street Gracia.It's not a Street more.Plenty of restaurants and shops.I recommend starting the route in Revolució Square.
Calle verdi is one of, if not THE most famous street in Gracia Barcelona. It is so famous because of the bars, restaurants, boutique shops, night life and the beautiful tall trees that line it
The most famous street for decoration, jewelry and restaurants. It is a very long street, the most bussy piece is from Astúries street to Travessera de Gràcia.
Recomendado por 66 anfitriones de la zona
Somewhere between tapas bar and bistro with Andaluz-style cuisine bristling with atmosphere it's noisy, raucous and generally rammed. The more refined restaurant next door feels like a French bistro.
Traditional tapas bar off the tourist route. The quality is second to none, not the cheapest tapas bar, but definitely worth the extra - the menu changes with the season and the croquettes are devine!
Recomendado por 65 anfitriones de la zona
Japanese restaurant - one of my favourite. They don't take bookings (or didn't take when I was living there) so show up early and you'll get a table.
Good japanese restaurant i really like it! Best in the area and good atmosphere. Around 30€ per person.
For me, the best Japanese restaurant in Barcelona in terms of value for money.
Recomendado por 65 anfitriones de la zona
Opium Mar has the attractive combination of restaurant, bar and nightclub. This exclusive and luxurious venue is in front of the beach in the Port Olimpic of Barcelona
Opium Barcelona is placed on an incomparable location with views to the Mediterranean sea and the Barceloneta beach, next to Hotel Arts. Opium merges the benefits of a very select restaurant, cockt... más información