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El Born / La Ribera
12 reviews
There can be a long wait to get in, but it's worth it, if only to see the extensive collection of portraits by the artist when he was a young man. — Travel + Leisure
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Montjuic
10 reviews
An extensive collection of Catalan art, from Modernista sculptures to paintings by Dalí... also has large holdings of European Renaissance paintings. — Condé Nast Traveler
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Montjuic
9 reviews
After an illustrious career in Le Corbusier's Paris studio and then as Harvard's dean of architecture, Josep Lluís Sert designed the Joan Miró museum in memory of his lifelong friend. — Concierge
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Eixample
11 reviews
Never mind that it's a cliché: If you see only one sight in Barcelona, head to the Eixample and see Gaudí's resplendent Sagrada Familia. — Concierge
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Eixample
10 reviews
An apartment building by Vilaseca is Casa Enric Batlló , completed in 1896 and part of the Comtes de Barcelona hotel — Lonely Planet
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Eixample
6 reviews
With its wavy, curving stone facade undulating around the corner of the block, is one of Gaudí's most celebrated yet initially reviled designs. — Fodor's
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El Raval
10 reviews
Macba (Museu d'Art Contemporani de Barcelona) has become the city's foremost contemporary art centre, with captivating exhibitions for the serious art lover. — Lonely Planet
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Gracia
7 reviews
Gaudí's whimsical Parc Güell often seems like light relief and is for many his best-loved and most accessible work. — Frommer's
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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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El Born / La Ribera
7 reviews
This art nouveau gem designed by Lluís Domènech i Montaner has been Barcelona’s preeminent music hall since its founding in 1908 — Afar Magazine
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El Raval
8 reviews
The Liceu is a chocolate-box opera house for the 21st century. — Condé Nast Traveler
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El Raval
9 reviews
La Caixa bank converted modernist architect Puig i Cadafalch's Casarramona, a textile factory, into a state-of the-art gallery. — Concierge
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El Raval
7 reviews
Gaudí built this mansion in 1886–89 for textile baron Count Eusebi de Güell Bacigalupi, his main patron and promoter. — Fodor's
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Sarrià
6 reviews
The Gothic cloister is one of the city's most tranquil spots. — Travel + Leisure
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Eixample
7 reviews
Constructed in a cubic design with a Dutch gable, this building was created by Puig i Cadafalch in 1900 and was the first building on the Manzana de la Discordia. — Frommer's
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El Raval
5 reviews
The admission fee also covers the beautiful 1917 'Santa Eulàlia' schooner docked nearby in the Moll de la Fusta, and the Maritime often has some interesting temporary exhibitions. — Time Out
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Eixample
9 reviews
The museum contains the most complete collection of paintings by the artist, and includes works from the famous "serie matérica". — Michelin Guide
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Montjuic
5 reviews
One of the few original relics from the 1929 International Exhibition that still dots the mountain, the Poble Espanyol originally aimed to present a unified Spanish village. — Let's Go
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Montjuic
6 reviews
Though the original Barcelona Pavilion was dismantled when the International Exhibition ended in 1930, this faithful 1986 reconstruction recreates the original feel perfectly — Let's Go
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Montjuic
7 reviews
Southwest of the city centre and with views out to sea and over the city, Montjuïc serves as a Central Park of sorts and is a great place for a jog or stroll. — Lonely Planet
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