Advertise here
Erasmusu needs to store cookies on your device. These cookies contains information that we use to give you personalized service and improve your experience. If you continue browsing you agree with Erasmusu Cookies Policy.
  • Museu Maritim

    Happening to be strolling at the end of the Rambla, I spotted this interesting museum and dropped in almost accidentally. At the end of my visit, though, I found I had learnt some interesting things about the maritime history of Barcelona. In addition to this, I had the...

    0 by Emanuele, one year ago
  • Museu Nacional d'Art de Catalunya

    Among the various museums located in the Montjuich district, this is the one you must not miss absolutely. Despite having being warned to visit the National Museum of Catalan Art with some free hours ahead, I had to speed up in the final part to avoid being still in the...

    0 by Emanuele, one year ago
  • L'Eixample

    If a time machine brought us back in time to the first decades of the 19th century, few people would probably identify that unspoilt, almost desolated area with the modern Eixample, probably the most fashionable district in Barcelona. As a matter of fact, two rows of...

    0 by Emanuele, one year ago
  • La Ribera

    This district, officially called "Sant Pere, Santa Caterina i la Ribera", is doubtlessly one of the most fascinating areas of Barcelona. Its name is obviously due to the proximity to the sea ("Ribera" means indeed "shore"). The southern part of the district, indeed,...

    0 by Emanuele, one year ago
  • Casa Milà

    Approaching the crossroads with Carrer de Provença, though, your attention will be inevitably caught and your curiosity aroused either by a swarm of people standing (or queuing) in front of an imposing building, or by the building itself. And indeed, Casa Milà,...

    0 by Emanuele, one year ago
  • Palau Reial Major

    Not to be confused with the Palau Reial de Pedralbes, already described in a previous post, the Palau Reial Major is located in the very heart of Barcelona, namely in Plaza del Rei. Dating back to the 13th century, it presents a mighty and austere architecture, devoid...

    0 by Emanuele, one year ago
  • Palau del Lloctinent

    Though I have already briefly described this wonderful palace in one of the entries devoted to the centre of Barcelona, I really think it deserves to be further dealt with. Not that it is particularly difficult to find it; on the contrary, it is located right next to...

    0 by Emanuele, one year ago
  • Parc Olimpic

    The summer of 1992 marked a real turning point for Barcelona, as the city housed the 25th edition of the Summer Olympic Games. Under some aspects, it was an historical editions for the Games as well, as it recorded the presence of more than 9,000 athletes from 172...

    0 by Emanuele, one year ago
  • CaixaForum

    Visitors and tourists ending up in CaixaForum to visit one (or more) of its interesting expositions, may not be aware of the evolution which has brought the place to its present aspect and function. Quite an incredible story, indeed. The name, at least, should be more...

    0 by Emanuele, one year ago
  • Fundaciò Joan Mirò

    "Noi vogliamo distruggere i musei, le accademie d'ogni specie" ("We want to destroy the museums, the libraries and the academies of all kinds"). This was one of the key points, if not the main one, of the Manifesto del Futurismo (Manifesto of Futurisme) which my country...

    0 by Emanuele, one year ago
  • Museu de Historia de Barcelona

    If I had found the visit to the Museu Frederic Mares quite disappointing, fortunately I did not have to go very far to find something more interesting to see. Having gone through the wonderful Palau del Lloctinent, indeed, I reached Plaza del Rei, where the entrance to...

    0 by Emanuele, one year ago
  • Museu Frederic Mares

    Surprised by some chilly showers of rain in the centre of Barcelona, I once decided to take shelter in some of the few museums which the Ciutat Vella has to offer. The first of them has been the museum Frederic Mares, located in the ancient palace of the earls of...

    0 by Emanuele, one year ago
  • La Rambla

    It is probably the most famous avenue in Europe, if not in the world. It is one of the most popular places among the tourists, one of those places which seems to create an aura of magic and charm only by mentioning its name. And yet, I firmly believe that most people do...

    0 by Emanuele, one year ago
  • Santa Maria del Mar

    Its story is so interesting that it has even become part of a book. Actually, I borrowed the title for this entry right from Ildefonso Falcones, whose recent novel La Catedral de la Mar made this imposing church known to everyone. And despite obviously featuring...

    0 by Emanuele, one year ago
  • Casa Amatller

    The grass is always greener on the other side. Or at least, this is what one may think when visiting Casa Amatller, a charming building whose only drawback is having been built in the wrong place, namely right next to Casa Battlò on Passeig de Gracia. Indeed, most of...

    0 by Emanuele, one year ago
  • Plaza de Catalunya

    Not only the main gateway to the city centre, but also the symbol of the Catalan pride, Plaza de Catalunya is one of the most significant places in Barcelona. Indeed, the square is located at the junction of three of the most important ways of the city: the Rambla,...

    0 by Emanuele, one year ago
  • Plaza de Espanya

    Together with Plaza de Catalunya, it is one of the hotspots of Barcelona. Indeed, being within walking distance from one of the main train station of the city, Barcelona Sants, it is a way point in several tourist routes. Located at the foot of the Montjuich, Plaza de...

    0 by Emanuele, one year ago
  • Palau Reial de Pedralbes

    Located on the Avenida Diagonal, this 20th century palace is probably worth a visit if you happen to have half an hour to spend in the Pedralbes - Les Corts district. More than in its architectonic value, which is actually quite scarce, its interest lies in the...

    0 by Emanuele, one year ago
  • Camp Nou

    It is a must-see for all the football fans who visit Barcelona. This wonderful stadium, whose name means "New pitch", is actually not that new, as it was built in the 1950s. However, at that time it was called that way to set it apart from the ancient stadium, located...

    0 by Emanuele, one year ago
  • Pavilion Mies van der Rohe

    The Pavilion is one of Ludwig Mies van der Rohe’s seminal Works and a key point of reference in XX-century architecture. The famous German Pavilion was designed for the 1929 Barcelona International Exhibition and reconstructed in 1986 on its original site. Its...

    0 by Fundació, 3 years ago
  • Plaça de Catalunya

    Plaça de Catalunya is the beautiful square situated in the center of Barcelona. This plaza connects four districts of Barcelona City- Barri Gotic, Raval, Ciutat Vella and Eixample. The most important thing is that this plaza is meeting place for many your people!...

    0 by Angelika, 2 years ago

Places in Barcelona in other languages

Enter and start your Erasmus experience

If you are already registered

Login using Facebook

Log in with Facebook

You can also register without Facebook, but we recommend you using Facebook to enjoy more the experience.

Wait a moment, please

Run hamsters! Run!