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Culture and entertainment

Barcelona is a city with a rich cultural offer, extensive and varied, not to say almost inabarcable. Both the citizen and the occasional visitor find a culturally restless, active and multifaceted city that perfectly blends its classicism and history with avant-garde and modernity always in a state of regeneration.

Barcelona's own urbanism offers innumerable attractions to the visitor with cultural concerns: the old town, with Roman road and medieval cobblestone under our feet, which includes the Gothic Quarter and the Ribera, the oldest city, alleys, convents and churches, nineteenth-century squares, courtyards or noble palaces that take place in streets such as Princesa or Montcada and the basilica of Santa Maria del Mar.

The Plaza Real or the colorful Ramblas, the Lyceum, the modernist Palau de la Música or the wonders of Gaudí in La Pedrera, Casa Batlló or Park Güell are also unavoidable tolls in the discovery of a unique city, offering art, history and culture in all its itineraries.

The offer of museums, theaters, live music, film festivals and performing arts is equally overwhelming. For the consultation of routes, activities and billboards, we recommend the following links: