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Barcelona, Barcelona, city, port and capital of Barcelona province (province) and of Catalonia autonomous community (autonomous community), northeastern Spain, located 90 miles (150 km) south of the French border. It is the main Mediterranean port and commercial center of Spain and is famous for its individuality, cultural interest, and physical beauty.


Over the centuries, it became an important medieval capital. The splendour of those times was halted at the beginning of the modern era, with the War of Succession.

The history of Barcelona extends over 4000 years, with the first remains found in the territory of the city, until the present day. The first human remains in the area date back to 2500 BC, and the existence of a first settlement dates back to between 2000 and 1500 BC. Barcelona was founded by the Romans and was called Barcino.





In the city of Barcelona, there are two official languages: Catalan and Spanish. The vast majority of people in Barcelona consider themselves fully bilingual, which means they can switch from Catalan to Spanish with little effort. Catalan is a precious and indispensable element of Catalan culture, and it will undoubtedly have a lot of prominence in your daily life in the city.

Barcelona's gastronomy is a mixture of sea and mountain flavours that is based on local products such as vegetables, meats, sausages, fish and seafood. Some of the typical dishes of Barcelona are bread with tomato, escalivada, calçots with romesco sauce, suquet de peix, butifarra with mongetes, black rice, Catalan coca and Catalan cream. You can also taste varied and delicious tapas.



The climate of Barcelona, Spain is temperate and humid due to its location on the Mediterranean coast. The average annual temperature is about 16 degrees Celsius. The city experiences hot, sunny summers and mild, humid winters. Barcelona has a dry season from June to September and a rainy season from October to May.



The Sagrada Familia is a Catholic basilica in Barcelona, designed by the architect Antoni Gaudí. It is the emblematic symbol of the city and the greatest exponent of Catalan modernism. Construction began in 1882 in a neo-Gothic style, but Gaudí gave it an original and unique character, inspired by nature. The temple is dedicated and consecrated to the Sagrada Familia and is a place of worship and tourist attraction. It is still under construction and is expected to be completed in 2026.

Casa Batlló is one of the most representative works of the architect Antoni Gaudí, located on Paseo de Gràcia in Barcelona. It is a masterpiece of form, color and light, inspired by nature and with an original, fantastic and imaginative style. Today, it is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of the best-rated cultural and tourist attractions, welcoming 1 million visitors a year.

Barcelona's Park Güell is a park designed by the famous Catalan architect Antoni Gaudí. It is world-renowned for its terrace with undulating mosaic benches that offer an unforgettable view of Barcelona, its famous salamander, its two modernist pavilions and its extraordinary garden. The park extends over 19 ha, is a natural reserve of biodiversity and one of the largest green spaces in Barcelona.

Casa Milà, popularly known as La Pedrera ("quarry" in Catalan), is a modernist building designed by the architect Antoni Gaudí, built between 1906 and 1910 in the Eixample district of Barcelona, at number 92 Passeig de Gràcia. The house was built at the request of the couple Pedro Milá y Camps and Rosario Segimon, and Gaudí had the collaboration of his assistants.