During the trip I did with my friends not long ago, we were told to go and see the museum mostly for the views. Once up there, before even entering the museum the panoramic view is incredible, like a sea of buildings :)
We went in
The MACBA is the Museum of Contemporary Art of Barcelona, in El Raval, behind the University of Catalunya and the Contemporary Culture Center of Barcelona, the CCCB.
It is a very big, modern and pleasant museum, standing out for
Barcelona's Picasso Museum is located on Montcada street, in the neighborhood of El Born. It is a lovely Gothic building of the 13th century displaying more than 3,500 of the painter's works. There are only a few famous works, it
The Joan Miró Foundation is situated on the hill of Montjuïc and is a modern building with spectacular views on the city. It is closed on Mondays and the entrance fee costs 8€ (6€ with student discount).
I recommend the audioguide,
It is said that it's one of the liveliest and dynamic exhibition center of the city. Located in one of the main modernist buildings of BCN, a singular textile factory of the beginning of the 20th century converted in a fantastic
This old palace, located in the middle of the old part of town, at the very end of Portal del Ángel avenue, was bought by the Royal Arts Association of Barcelona, a nonprofit association founded in 1991 and that has been a reference
I randomly discovered this museum last weekend. It’s been about a year since it opened up on one of the more representative streets of Barcelona, right next to Plaza Cataluña.
The museum is made up of three well-defined floors