Metro

The Venetian Towers were built to provide access to the grounds of the 1929 Barcelona International Exposition / Photo: Manuel Torres via Unsplash
Throughout Barcelona's history, the two events that should be highlighted and made the city a European referent: the 1888 Universal Exposition and years after, in 1929, Barcelona International Exposition. Find out what they meant for Barcelona and its people and what is left today. Don't miss it, Hola Barcelona takes you!
The Catedral of Barcelona is one of the greatest exponents of Gothic architecture in the city / Photo: Ingo Joseph via Pexels
The Gothic Quarter is Barcelona's old town and is the living image of all the civilizations that have passed through the city during the last thousands of years. Come and discover the roman and medieval streets, Hola Barcelona takes you!
Sant Sebastià beach with the emblematic Barcelona's building in the background
Barcelona's beaches are a great attraction during the summer season and not only for those who want to swim, so take advantage of the good weather, Hola Barcelona takes you there!
DJ at Sónar Festival
Year after year, with the arrival of good weather, Barcelona is decked out to host major live music festivals and this year they will be marked by the return to normality after the pandemic.
View of Casa Batlló from Diagonal Avenue
You have planned a five-day trip to Barcelona. It’s time enough to explore the city and discover its attractions. Plan your visit well so that you don’t miss anything of interest. We will help you choose.
Panoramic view of Avenida Reina Maria Cristina with Plaza España in the background
Barcelona is a city for all visitors. Couples, families, groups of friends and, of course, young people too. With its wide range of night and daytime leisure activities, the city always has something to offer.
Panoramic view of the Plaça Reial of Barcelona
Spring marks the arrival of Sant Jordi’s Day, an excellent excuse to discover (or rediscover) different literary and poetic settings in Barcelona. Walk through our city and move around with public transport feeling like a character from a novel!
Girl with camera and the Sagrada Familia behind her
The memories of an unforgettable trip are undeniably linked to its photographs. These allow us to share our experiences with our friends and acquaintances and also transport us to those precise moments in the years to come. To help you have the best memories of the city and share incredible experiences on social media, we offer you a route through the best places to take a selfie in Barcelona.
View of Lluis Companys promenade with the Triumphal Arch in the background
Easter is coming and maybe you're thinking of taking a short break in Barcelona. If so, read on! We suggest everything you can't miss during your stay and explain the best way to get around the city.
Parc Güell / Autor: MarinaD_37
You have three days in Barcelona, it’s a good plan and you’ll have time to get to know the city and have great memories from this trip. It’s a comfortable city, and it’s easy to get around thanks to a wide and complete public transport network. The Hola Barcelona Travel Card will guide you and help you experience the city to the fullest during your visit. This pass offers you unlimited trips on public transport for three consecutive days (72h) from the first validation. Plan your visit well, check the guide to see Barcelona in three days, and discover the secret of the city’s success.