All the FAQs about Barcelona Tourism

Questions and Answers about Tourism in Barcelona

Are you looking for all the answers to the most-asked questions about visiting Barcelona?

Here at we aim to give on the best organized and most succinct advice possible about Barcelona tourism, so you do not have to weed through thousands of lines of text for what you need. Think of us as your one-stop Virtual Tourist Office.

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This section is dedicated to answering your most dire questions about Attractions, Transportation, Accommodations, Shopping and the most important general questions. Whether you need the most popular attractions or attractions for a family, the best place to park or which public transit option is the best, a place to lay your head on a budget or a budget hotel near a specific part of town and the all important questions about the best shopping districts.

Quick FAQs

If you have never before been to Barcelona, the following quick facts are necessary to really enjoy the monstrous amount of activities that you may wish to do. Of course you will never have enough time on your first trip, but it just means you will have to come back again and again…

Camp Nou, is home to the Barcelona FC, is the largest stadium in Europe and 3rd largest in the world. If you love footy, football or soccer, it’s the place to be.

Basilica of Sagrada Familia has taken longer to build than the Great Pyramids of Egypt and is not expected to be finished for another 12 years.

Barcelona’s Architecture, no really, is world-renowned as one of the most visually pleasing cities on the planet and the only city to be bestowed a Royal Gold Medal of architecture by the Royal Institute of British Architects.

Taxis in the city are all the same color, black and yellow.

Port of Barcelona is the largest Mediterranean Sea port and large cruising destination.

Catalans refers to the cultural people of Catalonia, an autonomous region of Spain where Barcelona is located. Most Catalans also speak Catalan, the official language of Catalonia. Culturally, Catalans are different than Spaniards.

Las Ramblas is actually a section of five streets that locals and tourists alike take time to walk, enjoy coffee and street artists and at night welcome the sounds of the nightlife.

Barcelona before Rome, as some would have you believe that the city was founded by Hercules himself, 400 years before the founding of Rome, of course there’s an opposing story as well.

These are just some of the amazing facts and trivia tidbits that can be found throughout this site, delving into the popular, bizarre, trivial and must-have knowledge when planning a vacation or simple shopping trip to Barcelona. Spend time in a great world-renown cosmopolitan city. Get acquainted by taking a guided tour, walking, driving, segway or moped to learn the most, the fastest.

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