Barcelona and Girona, two different cities, located at a distance of around 100 kilometers from each other.
However, if you want to visit is Barcelona, fly into Girona, and Vice versa - fly to Barcelona, and then travel to Girona.
Street Laietana, may be known as Laietana - a wide street located in the Old city of Barcelona between the Gothic quarter and sub-area of Sant Pere, Santa Caterina and La Ribera.
Street Laietana known primarily buildings of art Nouveau, Catalan features, art Deco and Neoclassicism.
San Pere, Santa Caterina and La Ribera district, a part of Barcelona's Old town and educated, in turn, three small historical similar neighborhoods.
The Gothic quarter or Barri Gotic is a popular area, part of Barcelona's Old town and is a center.
The Gothic quarter covers the oldest part of Barcelona and includes the remains of the Roman walls, the famous medieval sights and churches, squares and museums.
The area of Saint James or Sant Jaume is a rectangular square located in the heart of the Gothic quarter of Barcelona.
The area has great historical value, although it was built in the early 19th century when was built a new main facade of the city hall and the former Church of Sant Jaume (from which the area received its name) were demolished.
The Church of Santa Maria del PI or St. Mary's Gothic Church of 14th century, located in the Gothic quarter of Barcelona's Old town.
In the Basilica there is the opportunity to visit the Museum premises, including the Treasury of the Basilica and the crypt, the garden and the bell tower with views of the city.
Plaza del Rei, means "square of the King" is a monumental medieval square surrounded by Gothic and Renaissance buildings.
The main part of the square is its dominant Royal Palace, built in the Gothic style, the complex of historic buildings.
Barceloneta or little Barcelona is a popular beach area, part of Barcelona's Old town.
Modern Barceloneta is a popular coastal town with a developed infrastructure, beaches and hotels, plenty of cafes and restaurants as well as Park area, market, Museum and a few sights.
Tower Glories (of Glories) or "Tower of Fame", previously known as Torre Agbar in Barcelona - Barcelona's famous skyscraper, which is an example of high-tech architecture of the city.
After completion of construction, the Agbar tower quickly became an architectural icon of Barcelona and one of the most famous buildings. Although, admittedly, initially, the object was not alien to criticism from...
The old born market, opened in 1876, was the first major cast-iron building constructed in Barcelona.
Now, the old market of El born was transformed into a cultural center El born, is one of the attractions of the "old" Barcelona.
Of particular interest among the guests of the city is the part of the center, which is located in the archaeological site with the remains of houses and streets of Barcelona, from the Roman period until the early 18th century.
Plaza cataluña or Plaza de Catalunya (Plaça de Catalunya) is one of the Central and most visited area of Barcelona.
Especially the famous plaça de Catalunya with its fountains and statues, flocks of pigeons that gather in the center of the square and proximity to some of the most popular attractions of Barcelona.
Ciutadella Park in Barcelona is an urban Park located within the Old city of Barcelona.
In the Park de la Ciutadella: alleys and places for rest, fountains and an artificial lake, the Barcelona zoo, museums and monuments and numerous sculptures. It's kind of a Museum under the open sky.
Triumphal arch in Barcelona is one of the most famous monuments of Barcelona.
Arc de Triomphe was erected as the front entrance (main gate) of the world exhibition of 1888, held in the Park of the Ciutadella. Since then, arch has become strongly associated with the architecture of the city and joined the list of sights of Barcelona.
La Rambla is a street in the historic centre of Barcelona, popular with tourists and locals.
La Rambla is a broad pedestrian Boulevard, both sides of which are narrow highways with one-way traffic, and sidewalks lined with historic buildings, sights, theatres and museums, cafes and shops.
The pedestrian street, the Rambla actually consists of five shorter streets (boulevards), passing imperceptibly into each other and together form a single, long La Rambla.
Batlló house (Casa Batllo) - the most audacious project of Antonio Gaudi in Barcelona.
Because the architectural elements of the house resemble a skeleton, the people of Casa Batllo also known as the "House of Bones".
Casa Batlló is a masterpiece of architecture and design, and one of the most iconic landmarks of Barcelona. Also considered one of the best works of Antonio Gaudi, during which the architect has solved all your creativity.