The spectacular terrace of the B Hotel, with views of the Plaza Espanya and the Venetian Towers of Barcelona.
The terrace of the Hotel Barcelona Universal, with spectacular 360 degree views of all Barcelona.
Barcelona’s biggest multi-purpose facility, hosting an unending array of concerts and events.
A spectacular display of color, light, motion, music and water acrobatics that get mixed together to create colorful choreographies.
An open-air architectural museum that offers you a tour of Spain without going beyond its walls.
The oldest athletic facility in Barcelona, whose has hosted innumerable athletic and cultural events.
Refugi 307 in Barcelona’s Poble Sec neighborhood is a bomb shelter built during the Spanish Civil War.
In 1986, the reconstruction of the Mies van der Rohe Pavilion was inaugurated in its original space.
The theater has become a point of reference among the city’s art scene.
These three chimneys have become emblematic features of the neighborhood of Poble Sec.