Barcelona, the City Of Attractions

Barcelona is the most popular city in Spain. This is the capital city and also the largest city of Catalonia, and this city is popular because of its art and culture. The place witness huge inflow of tourists because of awesome weather conditions all through the year and also because of many mesmerizing places. Have a look at some of the major tourist spots at the place

 

  • Museu Nacional d’Art de Catalunya

 

The museum is located at the top of the and this is the beauty of this. Because of its location, the museum looks more like a massive castle. The museum has greatest Catalan art preserved from the 10th century to the 20th century. One can also see the impressive Romanesque murals as well. The graced church apses as well as the Gothic art taken from the time when Catalonia was expanding across the Mediterranean. The gallery in the museum contains paintings created by the El Greco and Velasquez, the great Spanish artists!

 

  • Arc de Triomf

 

The Arc de Triomf is basically for the international visitors and it was constructed in the year 1888. Arc de Triomf welcomes the international visitors to the Universal Exhibition of Barcelona, the world’s fair of its day.

 

  • Tibidabo

 

Tibidabo offers the breathtaking panoramic view of Barcelona. It is situated at the top 512 meters height, which is higher than the highest mountain of Barcelona. One can get the complete view of city by sitting in Tibidabo and reaching at the top.  

 

  • Camp Nou

 

This is the world famous site and this is one for the sports lovers and also the fan of F.C. Barcelona. The stadium is home to famous European football champions F.C. Barcelona. The stadium is large and have the capacity of 99,000 people.

 

  • Font Màgica

 

Font Màgica is a fountain present below the Palau Nacional on the hill of Montjuïc near the Plaça d’Espanya and Poble Espanyol de Barcelona. The fountain is activated on selected evening and it attracts visitors in the large number who come here to watch this spectacular display of water, music and light.