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Some of the places with the best chocolate are on Petritxol street!
In Barcelona there is a specific street that stands out for the excellent chocolate that can be found there. It is Petritxol street, one of the most emblematic of the city. Discover the best places to enjoy and taste the best melted chocolate. Hola Barcelona takes you!
Discover Barcelona from the point of view of a tourist guide!
Discover the day-to-day life of a Hop on Hop off Barcelona tourist guide and the places she recommends to enjoy the city to the fullest.
The Gothic Quarter has alleyways and buildings worth visiting
Barcelona is a city that has a large number of passages that have a particular charm and that you must visit to discover and dive into the history of the city. We tell you which are the most famous in the city and the public transport to get there. Hola Barcelona takes you!
Tibidabo is the highest point of Collserola
Parc de Collserola is considered the lung of Barcelona due to the fact that it is the largest green space in the city. Find out the details and how to get there. Hola Barcelona takes you!
The symmetry of the streets of the Eixample can be observed from anywhere in the city / Photo: Kiyan Kawa via Unsplash
Barcelona is an amazing city, both by foot and from the viewpoints of the city, thanks to its with privileged views. Hola Barcelona takes you!
Image of La Rambla from the Mirador de Colom / Photo: TMB
La Rambla is undoubtedly Barcelona's best known promenade. Located in the heart of the city's historic centre, it links the Old Port with Plaza de Cataluña.
Palau Sant Jordi
Barcelona is a city that offers many plans and where you can visit a large number of interesting places: culture, leisure, sports or activities for the whole family. In the five proposals below you’ll find the places that every visitor should see, whatever the duration of their trip.
La Sagrada Família
The Expiatory Basilica of the Sagrada Familia is one of the most brilliant examples of Catalan modernism and the masterpiece of the brilliant architect Antoni Gaudí. The city's most visited monument can be recognized from afar by its towers rising up to the sky. Up close, its impressive facades impact the visitor. The basilica is still under construction and is not expected to be completed until 2026.