Are you coming to Barcelona for work? This is your ultimate guide

Barcelona is one of the preferred cities to work and do business. If you have come for work but you have some free time, take advantage of it to get to know one of the most beautiful cities in the world.

Are you coming to Barcelona for work? This is your ultimate guide

Below we recommend a variety of plans and essential places in Barcelona that you have to visit before you leave.

Art and culture

If you want to discover the art and culture of Barcelona, we recommend the best museums to visit:

1. MNAC (National Art Museum of Catalonia): It brings together the best Catalan art since it is also located in the Palau Nacional (Montjuic) and next to the well-known Plaza España.


2. MACBA (Museum of Contemporary Art of Barcelona): Located in the Raval neighborhood is this contemporary art museum for the most fanatical of this great artistic movement.


3. Caixa Forum: a cultural center managed by the “la Caixa” Foundation. Located on the Montjuïc mountain. You can enjoy a wide variety of exhibitions and cultural activities.

caixa forum

1. Sagrada Familia: It is an exceptional temple designed by the architect Antoni Gaudí. It was a project promoted by and for the people and has been under construction for more than 130 years. It is one of the most famous and visited monuments in Spain and will be the tallest Christian church in the world.

sagrada familia

2. Arco del Triunfo y Parque de la Ciutadella: It is one of the icons of the city located between Paseo Lluis Companys and Paseo San Juan, it was designed by the architect Josep Vilaseca i Casanovas. It is known as the entrance that leads to Parque de la Ciutadella, a large and beautiful public park where you can enjoy nature and tranquility.

Arco del triunfo

3. Parque Güell: one of the great green spaces in Barcelona with free access and the work of Antoni Gaudí. It is characterized by its art and its spectacular views of the city.

Parque Güell

1. Descubre el barrio El Born: One of the oldest neighborhoods in Barcelona, characterized by small streets full of contrasts, bars and restaurants. You will find an alternative environment, a lot of history and culture with a diversity of places to visit.

El born

2. Pasea por La Barceloneta: The coastal neighborhood where you can enjoy Barcelona’s beach, its atmosphere and Catalan cuisine.

La Barceloneta

3. Paseo de Gracia y Las Ramblas: One of the most famous avenues in Catalonia, where the most modernist buildings such as La Pedrera and Casa Batlló are located. Also, if you walk along the avenue you will find the best brands that will take you to the famous Plaza Catalunya and Las Ramblas.

Paseo de gracia

Are you coming to Barcelona for work? This is your ultimate guide. At the Grums Hotel & Spawe have incredible offers for you to have the best stay and we will give you the opportunity to get to know every corner of Barcelona.

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