DrFumblefinger stops by the beautiful The National Art Museum of Catalonia. Constructed for the 1929 World Expo, it is now one of the largest museums in Spain.
DrFumblefinger visits the collection of buildings in Barcelona that were the key venues for the 1992 Summer Olympic Games.
A tour of masterpieces by Lluis Domenech i Montaner makes clear that Catalan modernism had more than one master.
DrFumblefinger shares photos of La Pedrera, a lovely limestone building in Barcelona desgined by the one and only Antoni Gaudi.
PHeymont revisits some Barcelona favorites, each quite different from the others.
A lasting souvenir of Barcelona's 1992 Olympics, this sculpture honors the Olympic swimming events.
Pol Gomà Deàs discusses the many options you have for getting around the beautiful and popular destination of Barcelona
Barcelona corrects a technical glitch which allowed the famous cathedral to be an illegal construction site for 137 years.
PHeymont returns to visit the interior of Barcelona's still-unfinished Sagrada Familia basilica. It's an eye-opener, for sure!
PHeymont revisits a fabulous building whose details are less familiar than its overview, but equally worth viewing.
Gumbo was visiting the historic Gothic Cathedral in Barcelona, built between the 13th - 15th century.
A chilly Christmas Day tradition continues in Barcelona.
The first house designed by Catalan Modernist Antoni Gaudi is now open to visitors for the first time. Barcelona can use the good news
Uncertainty over the future for Catalonia and Spain, and the scenes of police violence during the Catalan referendum have dampened tourism numbers.
Against a background of escalating local protest of 'over-tourism,' Barcelona bans Segway tours from congested areas.