Extending from the Liceu on the Ramblas to Plaça Sant Jaume, this is where Saint James' Church was constructed in ... More
Extending from the Liceu on the Ramblas to Plaça Sant Jaume, this is where Saint James' Church was constructed in the fourteenth century, on the site of an ancient synagogue. Today only the facade of this church remains. The rest of the buildings on the street are from later periods. It's only recently that it has been changed to a walking street, making it much more pleasurable to stroll along. There are a lot of shops and cafes here as well - check out the grocers' shops that still have wonderful display windows like in the past.
It all began with a certain Luis Marti Codolar donating his animal collection to the City Council in 1892. Today,
Zoo Barcelona is one of the most visited spots in Parc de la Ciutadella . Over 7000 animals from ...
Museu d'Art Contemporani de Barcelona is a huge white mass of a building designed by Richard Meier. It combines elements
of contemporary American architecture with the Mediterranean rationalist tradition. It opened to the public in 1995, showing a permanent ...
Built by the Terrades Muntañola brothers, this unique, transparent building houses the city's aquarium and has become a major tourist
attraction on the waterfront. The tanks hold the widest possible variety of marine life from all the world's seas. ...