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El Born Centre Cultural i de Memoria

11 September 1714 marks a crucial chapter in the history of Catalonia: the fierce siege of the Bourbonic troops of King Philip V, which ended in the capitulation of Barcelona and the loss of Catalan liberties. El Born CC shows the vivacious, dynamic Barcelona of 1700 and the events of 1714 in the context of the War of the Spanish Succession. The archaeological site contains the remains of the neighbourhood demolished by King Philip V of Spain.
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Sant Pau Art Nouveau Site

Sant Pau is Barcelona’s new wonder. The world’s largest Art Nouveau site has been restored and invites you to enjoy one of the most emblematic works of architect Lluís Domènech i Montaner. Declared World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1997, Sant Pau is a city within the city, 12 buildings of great architectural value surrounded by gardens where history and architecture exist side by side.
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Poble Espanyol, a whole cultural experience

Located in one of the most emblematic areas of Barcelona, within walking distance from the Montjuïc Fountains, Poble Espanyol is one of the most attractive sites of the city for it unique setting, featuring architecture, contemporary art, crafts, shopping and gastronomy. All this in a peaceful environment, ideal for children and adults.
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Bike Tour

This architectural bike tour visits the magnificent buildings designed by the legendary architect Gaudi, highlighting the signature Barcelonese Modernist-style. Besides La Sagrada Familia, Casa Batllo and La Pedrera, you will also visit other lesser known but very interesting examples of late 19th century architecture that will enrich your architectural familiarity with the city. Along the way, your guide will explain the distinct features of Barcelona's buildings compared to those of other European metropoles during this period. The main route laces through the centre of the city via the neighbourhood Eixample.
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Barcelona Segway Tour

Are you ready for an adventure to remember for a lifetime? Go on a private Segway tour of Barcelona and explore the beautiful city in style. Never tried a Segway? Don't worry, it is as safe and easy as walking!
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Park Güell

In this park with stunning views over the city you can admire several impeccable works of Gaudi. Actually, the entire park is designed by the artist himself. Statues and buildings in different colours and shapes stand side by side and the park is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
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Barcelona Bus Turistic

Hop on the Barcelona Bus and discover all the highlights that make this Mediterranean city so special. From the modernist buildings and the great cuisine, to the Olympic city and the Mediterranean sea: it's all Barcelona! The open-top double decker bus travels all around the city, stopping at the most famous attractions including the Sagrada Familia and the Arc du Triomf. There is an audio guide in 16 languages and individual headphones. All you have to do is hop on, listen and enjoy! Get on and off as many times as you want between the three tour routes at 45 different locations. It can be very busy at the ticket offices, so buy your ticket online now and hop on at the location of your choice!
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G Experiència

Nothing like the audiovisual projections we normally see. It’s like being inside Gaudí’s head, understanding what inspired him in a way that is easy to understand and magical. With the audiovisual 4D you can travel inside the creative mind of Guadi. History mixed with innovative technology! Interactive walls with 9 languages put at your fingertips life and works of the genious architect. ...What are you waiting for? You can find us next to Park Güell!
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