Known also as "Temple of the Holy Family", it is considered to be the master-work of renowned Catalan architect Antoni Gaudí. It is a bold project, which became one of Spain's main attractions.
A city with a privileged position, on the northeastern coast of the Iberian peninsula and the shores of the Mediterranean. A truly Mediterranean city, not only because of it's position, but also because of its history, tradition and culture.
Eight kilometers of beautiful sandy beaches, palm trees and a promenade with colorful flowers.
A dreamy destination, with beaches and coves, spectacular mountains, romantic little villages.
A lovely seaside resort on the Costa Brava, quiet and with the feeling of a small village.
A small fishing village and holiday resort, more quiet than the other resorts on the Costa Brava.
The smallest of the Balearic Islands, quieter than Ibiza, but still attracting a huge number of tourists in the peak season.
You cannot go to Barcelona without tasting some of the world's most superb architecture, created by Antoni Gaudí.
A city with many things to do and many to visit, a sightseer's paradise. The most touristy things to start your visit with are the works of famous artist Antonio Gaudi, and there are quite a few in Barcelona. Go up Monjuic Mountain and feast your eyes with other two main attractions in Barcelona: Monjuic Magic Fountain and Poble Espanyol. If museums are not your cup of tea, there's something for you too; maybe you'll enjoy the Aquarium or Camp Nou.
With approximately 1.3 million visitors each year, the Aquarium is a popular attraction between tourists of all ages.
Examples of Spanish architecture from different parts of the country, all in one place.