Visit Placa d’Espanya

Home to culture, art and gastronomy

Barcelona 1 day 3 stops 6.0 hours All Season 1104


Not only is this iconic square a major transport hub, but also home to some of the most tourist spots in the city, thanks to its variety of fascinating attractions and places of interest. The central fountain in the middle of the roundabout is reason alone to visit this area of Barcelona, given that it was designed by the modernist architect Josep Maria Pujol - a collaborator and close friend of the world renowned Antoni Gaudí. With Placa d’Espanya’s wide variety of things to do and see, this route is perfect for culture vultures, shopaholics and foodies alike.

       Calling all culture vultures, shopaholics and foodies



Las Arenas

Museu Nacional d'Art de Catalunya (MNAC)

Hotel Catalonia Barcelona Plaza

Sara Siddeeq

Journalist in Barcelona/London



Barrio Gothic Off The Beaten Path

An afternoon with Picasso

Ramble along La Rambla

Explore Barcelona's most iconic street

Mindful Walk Around Sarrià

The fanciest and calmest part of town

A Magnificent Morning in Montjuïc

Discover this beautiful and fascinating area

Parks and coffee breaks in the upper area

Low-key walk off the tourist path.