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El Born / La Ribera
13 reviews
The Picasso Museum is housed in five adjoining palaces on Carrer Montcada, a street known for Barcelona's most elegant medieval palaces. — Fodor's
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Montjuic
10 reviews
The Joan Miró Foundation contains over 10,000 works by the artist, who is one of the great names of the 20C avant-garde movement. — Michelin Guide
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Eixample
12 reviews
A towering Gothic-style-with-a-twist church. — U.S. News & World Report
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Gracia
8 reviews
The fantastical exuberance of Gaudí's imagination remains breathtaking. — Time Out
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Eixample
7 reviews
Just as bizarre—but not as gaudy—as much of his other work, this is a good counter-argument to critics who believe that Gaudí exemplified bad taste. — Condé Nast Traveler
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Eixample
10 reviews
This masterful work by Gaudí is part of the famous "Apple of Discord" and was built between 1904 and 1906 in pure Modernist style, with ceramic coloured glass disks and a fishscale roof. — Michelin Guide
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Montjuic
10 reviews
From across the city, the bombastic neobaroque silhouette of the Palau Nacional can be seen on the slopes of Montjuïc. — Lonely Planet
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El Born / La Ribera
8 reviews
One of the most extreme and exciting of the Modernista buildings, this structure may be Lluís Domènech i Montaner’s masterpiece — Frommer's
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El Raval
8 reviews
Palau Güell is mixture of medieval and modern influences and is an ideal point from which to begin an exploration of Catalan modernism and the world of Gaudí. — Condé Nast Traveler
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El Raval
10 reviews
If you're used to being soft-soaped by eager-to-please art centres, you'll have to adjust to the cryptic minimalism of the MACBA, where art is taken very seriously indeed. — Time Out
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Sarrià
7 reviews
The Gothic cloister is one of the city's most tranquil spots. — Travel + Leisure
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Eixample
10 reviews
this former publishing house... has been handsomely converted to hold the work of preeminent contemporary Catalan painter Antoni Tàpies, — Fodor's
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El Raval
9 reviews
Barcelona's opera house has long been considered one of the most beautiful in Europe, in the same category as Milan's La Scala. — Fodor's
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El Raval
6 reviews
The superb Maritime Museum is housed in the 13th-century Drassanes Reials (Royal Shipyards), at the foot of the Rambla adjacent to the harbor front. — Fodor's
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El Raval
10 reviews
Today this cultural centre boasts a splendid contemporary art collection of some 800 pieces, which are exhibited around different themes. — Michelin Guide
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Eixample
7 reviews
Built for chocolate baron Antoni Amatller, this playful building is one of Puig i Cadafalch's finest creations — Time Out
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Barrio Gòtico (Barri Gòtic)
8 reviews
A large Gothic basilica dating from the 14C. which houses a great number of chapels. The most noticeable decoration on the façade is the rose window. — Michelin Guide
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Sant Gervasi-La Bonanova
7 reviews
You can pretend this five-floor science museum is just for kids, but you're guaranteed to leave smarter, too — Condé Nast Traveler
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Barrio Gòtico (Barri Gòtic)
7 reviews
One of the biggest repositories of medieval sculpture in the region is found in this interesting museum, situated behind the cathedral. — Frommer's
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7 reviews
Descend 2,000 years to the sprawling remains of the Roman settlement under the Barri Gòtic quarter. — National Geographic
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