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Someone said that the future belongs to the cities combining the three T’s: Technology, Talent, and Tolerance. There are many arguments in favour of this statement, just as many as reasons to proclaim Barcelona one of the main capital cities underpinned by these values. In this context, particular importance is attached to the third T, given that the city has distinguished itself in its clear defence of diversity normalization and visibility of our community. Barcelona has always been one of the Spanish cities most proud of their gay, lesbian and transsexual citizens.

Moreover, if we had to add another letter to the city, that would be G. G for gorgeous, for the indubitable beauty of its buildings, monuments, squares, parks, and dozens of magical spots that may not be listed in guidebooks. The legacy that Gaudi left to the city yields a unique visual experience that you couldn’t put a price on. And finally, G for Gastronomy.

Forget about diet, forget about the six-pack, forget your own weight for a moment. Barcelona has a delicious, high-quality culinary delights, offering the best Spanish and Catalan cuisine, both worldwide acclaimed and not only credited for its Michelin-starred restaurants but also for appealing all tourists’ palates in Catalonia and Spain.

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Places of Interest

The Passeig Marítim /The Paseo Marítimo

This is the perfect place for a stroll where you can enjoy the best Mediterranean cuisine.

This part of Barcelona, looking towards the sea, offers thousands of plans, both for locals and visitors.

You can go sightseeing...

Parc Güell

As a curiosity, and proof of Gaudí's creative mind, if observed from the sky, seven of his main works form the Big Dipper Constellation: Güell Palace, Batlló House, La Pedrera, Vicens House, Parc Güell, Calvet...

Gothic Quarter/ Barri Gòtic

The Gothic Quarter is the centre of the old city of Barcelona. The narrow streets of the Gothic Quarter picture a medieval labyrinth, which is perfect to peacefully enjoy the city centre and visit its historical...

The Rambla

La Rambla is the most emblematic street in Barcelona. It goes from Plaça Catalunya to Port Vell. It is crowded during the whole day and night. Along the pedestrian mall there are different news- stands...

The Plaza de España

One of the most emblematic spots of the capital. Surmounted by the Museu Nacional d’Art de Catalunya – MNAC.Tuesday to Saturday, 10am to 6pm; Sundays and public holidays, 10am to 3pm.

At the centre of the...

Sagrada Familia

It is Gaudí's masterpiece and the best exponent of catalan modernist architecture. The construction commenced in 1882 and it is still unfinished. It is the most visited monument in Spain (3.2 millions), followed by [the Museo del...

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