Located in the center of Barcelona, just a few steps from Passeig de Gracia and a 10-minute walk from Plaça Catalunya.
The Gran Hotel Havana, with all the services of a 4-star superior hotel, including a terrace with swimming pool and panoramic views on the seventh floor, will be the perfect starting point to discover the city of Barcelona.
The Sagrada Familia is a Catholic basilica and one of the symbols of the city of Barcelona. This unfinished work by the Catalan architect Antoni Gaudí is also one of the best-known examples of Catalan modernism.
Its construction began in 1882. Gaudí died in 1926 leaving the project unfinished, but thanks to the plans that are preserved, his dream is gradually realized thanks to the work of other artists.
It is possible to visit it and it is recommended to buy tickets in advance to avoid queues.
The Torre Glòries, better known as the Agbar tower, is a skyscraper located in Plaça de les Glòries designed by the French architect Jean Nouvel that was inaugurated in 2005 and is the third tallest building in the city after the Hotel Arts and the Mapfre Tower . This work is included in the inventory of the Architectural Heritage of Catalonia.
Platja de la Barceloneta, located in the neighborhood with the same name, is one of the oldest and most traditional beaches in the city of Barcelona.
La Barceloneta has leisure equipment, all kinds of services and parking in the intermediaries. It is also easily accessible by public transport, both bus, tram and metro.
The W Barcelona, popularly known as the sailing hotel, is a building almost 99m high designed by the Spanish architect Ricardo Bofill and has become one of the city's architectural icons.
Inside is the W Barcelona hotel, which has a restaurant, spa and infinity pool among other services, a 5-star luxury establishment that is part of the Marriot International hotel chain.
The port of Barcelona is a maritime, industrial, commercial and fishing port located at the foot of the Montjuïc mountain. In addition, it is the first port in Spain for international traffic.
Bunkers del Carmel viewpoint
The Carmel bunkers is a viewpoint that allows you to observe the city of Barcelona in 360 degrees. It is located at the top of Turó de la Rovira in the Carmel neighborhood and has an altitude of 262 meters.
During the Spanish civil war there was an anti-aircraft battery. Despite its name, there has never been a bunker. In recent years, this viewpoint has become popular and is currently one of the best viewpoints in Barcelona.
The Parc de la Ciutadella was the first park specially designed as a public park and was built at the end of the 19th century. It is a space widely used for all kinds of recreational and cultural activities.
Full of centuries-old trees, Ciutadella Park contains a great diversity of elements: the monumental waterfall, 19th-century buildings now converted into museums, a lake for rowing boats, promenades and numerous sculptures. Share space with the zoo.
The Montjuic mountain is one of the great urban lungs of Barcelona. In addition, there are museums such as the Fundació Miró, the archeology museum and the MNAC (National Art Museum of Catalonia).
The magic fountain, the Spanish town or the ring of the Olympic games are other places of interest in Montjuic that you should not miss.