Routes

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!
People walking around the well-known plaça Catalunya
Barcelona is a lively city, with a lot of activity in its streets and squares. Take advantage of these longer days and visit the less known squares, ¡Hola Barcelona takes you there!
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.
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.
Close-up of hats inside a shop/ Photo: Artem Beliaikin Unplash
Since its beginning, Barcelona has been a commercial city. Emblematic establishments with over 100 years of history, shopping centres, department stores and small local craft stores coexist on its streets.
Barcelona skyline
Barcelona is a city built between seven hills and the sea. This orography makes it possible to enjoy a surprising variety of sunsets from the beach to the mountains, without forgetting the most urban ones. Here, we’ll tell you about the best lookouts to enjoy these last sunrays.
El Tibidabo
Barcelona is a city that has a lot to offer families. Its architecture, history and culture can amaze not just adults, but also the little ones. If you’re someone who thinks that travelling with children can be complicated, we’re here to disprove this myth, and we propose five plans with a variety of places that your children won’t want to miss.
La Pedrera o Casa Milà
Catalan modernism has left its mark on some of Barcelona's most emblematic buildings. Architects such as Antoni Gaudí, Lluís Domènech i Montaner or Josep Puig i Cadafalch filled the city with unique houses, pavilions, palaces and parks, which are part of the city's DNA.
One of the streets in El Raval / Photo: TMB
El Raval is one of the oldest and most picturesque neighbourhoods in Barcelona. Located in the Ciutat Vella district, it was surrounded by the city walls until 1859 and is currently bordered by Las Ramblas, Carrer Pelai, Ronda Sant Antoni, Carrer de Sant Pere and Paral-lel. Its history is a blend of agricultural activity and the first industries in Barcelona. Today, the revitalised and multicultural neighbourhood combines a selection of leisure venues with the city's most modern museums.
Port de Barcelona
Barcelona is a representation of the Mediterranean sea and has a seafaring tradition with centuries of history. When the city was named Olympic host city in 1986, it launched an ambitious project to restore its coastline.