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Things to do in Barcelona

  • Museu Picasso

    There can be a long wait to get in, but it's worth it, if only to see the extensive collection of portraits by the artist when he was a young man. ... More
  • MyDrap

    The stand is full of cotton napkins of all colors and sizes. More
  • Naftalina

    The word naftalina translates to naphthalene, the active ingredient in mothballs. The name seems almost unfitting of this store in the Grácia neigh... More
  • Nobodinoz

    A well-curated collection of products for tots—playful floral-print suitcases; custom furniture—are hand-picked by French émigrée Murielle Bressan. More
  • Otto Zutz

    Antxón Gómez launched this legendary club in the 1980's. More
  • Ox Mobiliara

    Two spacious floors house Midcentury Modern furniture and lighting, plus glass objets d'art. Look for curvaceous wooden chairs by Danish designer H... More
  • Palau Antiguitats

    Known for his discerning eye, art and antiques dealer Albert Martğ Palau just opened a gallery of rare prints by Spain's modern and old masters, in... More
  • Palau de la Música Catalana

    The concert hall, designed by Lluís Domènech i Montaner (a contemporary of Antoni Gaudí) and inaugurated in 1908, explodes with vibrant color and o... More
  • Paperam

    Paperam is a paper shop located in the Raval neighborhood less than a five-minute walk from La Boqueria market. The store sells a variety of colorf... More
  • Parc del Fòrum

    Picnic around the saltwater swimming pool overlooking the Mediterranean. More
  • Pavellon Mies van der Rohe

    Originally designed and built by German architect Ludwig Mies van der Rohe for the 1929 International Exposition, the Pabellon Mies van der Rohe is... More
  • Pedralbes

    The hillside neighborhood of Pedralbes, in northwestern Barcelona, is full of 19th- and early-20th-century mansions (built by textile barons and in... More
  • Pedralbes Monastery

    The Gothic cloister is one of the city's most tranquil spots. More
  • Plaça de la Seu

    Every Thursday, the Plaça de la Seu at the base of the massive 15th-century cathedral—the most famous edifice in Barcelona (not counting the Gaudís... More
  • Plaça Reial

    The Plaça Reial, with its fading Neoclassical façades and Antoni Gaudí lampposts, is a lovely oasis, just a few steps from bustling La Rambla. More

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