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Sightseeing in Barcelona

Neighborhood
“This historic hotchpotch of narrow and, in many cases, pedestrianised streets and squares is full of character and charm and home to hundreds of shops, bars and restaurants. ”
1 local recommends
Park
“obra de Gaudí en la que la naturaleza y la arquitectura llegan a una identificación plena y sorprendente, esta obra es sin la menor duda el Park Güell de Barcelona. ”
1 local recommends
Monument / Landmark
Historic Site
1 local recommends
Library
“The library opened in 1910, when Francesca Bonnemaison established the Institute of Culture and the Women’s Library, the first in Europe. This institution offers women’s education and access to culture via classes. It was so successful that in 1922 it moved to its current, larger location in the La Ribera neighborhood. It still works to defend women’s rights. In addition to the library, the building houses the Office for the Promotion of Policies for Men’s and Women’s Equality, the Women’s School, and the Francesca Bonnemaison Women’s Culture Center.”
1 local recommends
Historic Site
Church
3 locals recommend
Monument / Landmark