Barcelona is the most visited “non-capital” city in the world.
Its neighborhoods show diversity in architecture and design.
Avant-garde in all its times, the city invites you to visit it at any time of the year.
A Segway ride through La Barceloneta, whose closest area to the sea shows the city’s modern architecture, La Ciudadela, one of the oldest and largest parks, and the iconic Arco de Triunfo, a monument built as the main entrance to the Barcelona Universal Exhibition in 1888, are some of the characteristic sites.
The Sants-Montjuic district deserves an exclusive tour. The Spanish Village, the Cable Car and the Olympic Village, Plaza España, the Art Museum, the castle, are some of its attractions, as well as the view it offers over the city.
There are countless spaces to enjoy, many bathed in the style of the great artist Gaudí, such as the imposing Sagrada Familia and Casa Batlló in Paseo de Gracia.
Not so far from the city, places such as Sitges are full of charms.
Stiges is a coastal town, an excellent option for a walk and beach life.
Also, a visit to Cava Freixenet wineries with a tasting of their products and a tour of their facilities will lead to symbolically touring a product that is part of Spanish culture.
Barcelona is undoubtedly a city to go, tour and return.