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  • Camp Nou Sunotel

    Camp Nou

    The Barça Stadium is one of the city's greatest attractions and its museum is currently the most visited in Barcelona. A visit includes access to the changing rooms, press room, VIP areas and a chance to sit on the bench or step onto the pitch.

  • Casa Batlló Sunotel

    Casa Batlló

    Casa Batlló, Antoni Gaudí´s masterpiece, invites you to visit a house that, more than just a building, has become a modern artistic myth. Hidden behind the exceptional modernist façade, which mirrors a calm sea, a world of surprises and refined architectural details awaits you. Visits include the legendary noble floor, attic, roof terrace with its mythical chimneys and the fabullous stairwell.

  • Casa de les Punxes Sunotel

    Casa de les Punxes

    Casa Terrades or Casa de les Punxes was designed by Josep Puig i Cadafalch and is located on Avinguda Diagonal, It was built in 1.905 joining three buildings property of the Terrades sisters. The architect designed a building with clear medieval features, raising six towers crowned by spires of concave shape. It also has large soffits wich represent a sundial and an image of Sant Jordi.

  • Casa Milà Sunotel

    Casa Milà

    This house, better known as "La Pedrera", was built by order of Pere Milà i Camps, who was impressed by Casa Batlló and he commissioned Gaudí to construct an apartment building. On the outside, the undulating balconies look like a series of waves that undoubtedly evokes nature. The façade is built with calcareous stone, except the top, that is covered with white tiles, evoking a snowy mountain.

  • L'illa Diagonal Shopping centre Sunotel

    L'illa Diagonal Shopping centre

    L'Illa Diagonal was inaugurated on the 2nd of December, 1993. The design project by Rafael Moneo and Manuel de Solà-Morales won several architectural awards, including the prestigeous FAD Prize in 1994.

    The shopping centre's 35,000m2 are laid out over three floors.

  • Clínica Barraquer Sunotel

    Clínica Barraquer

  • Sants AVE Station Sunotel

    Sants AVE Station

  • Fira de Barcelona Sunotel

    Fira de Barcelona

    Fira de Barcelona is the city's trade fair facility and one of the most important in Europe. Its nearly 400,000 m2 of exhibition space is divided between two large venues: the emblematic Montjuïc venue, and the modern Gran Via venue designed by the architect Toyo Ito.

  • Font Màgica Sunotel

    Font Màgica

    The Magic Fountain is located at the end of Avinguda de Maria Cristina, with the National Palace in the background, and it offers an spectacular display of lights, water, acrobatics and music (which was incorporated in the 80s) and its ligh axis runs from the National Palace to Plaça d'Espanya. You can find waterfalls and a pond and, at the bottom, rows of bright columns on both sides of the avenue. The Magic Fountain was built for the Universal Exhibition that took place in Barcelona in 1.929.

  • Fundació Joan Miro Sunotel

    Fundació Joan Miro

    The Fundació Joan Miró is an outstanding cultural institution housing many major works by the world-famous Catalan painter. Its collection of more than 104,000 pieces includes paintings, sculptures and tapestries. The Fundació Joan Miró was the first art institution in Barcelona to be created jointly by an artist and an architect, Joan Miró and Josep Lluís Sert.
    The resulting facility was, for many years, a paradigm of contemporaneity and artistic independence, in a superb Mediterranean rationalist building, sensitively integrated into the Montjuïc landscape.

  • Hospital Clínic Sunotel

    Hospital Clínic

    The Hospital Clínic de Barcelona, officially Hospital Clínic i Provincial de Barcelona, is a university hospital founded in 1906. Its primary health-care activity is complemented by teaching and medical research.

    Situated on the left side of the Eixample, it serves as a university hospital for the Faculty of Medicine of the University of Barcelona with which it forms a functional unit.

  • Hospital de Sant Pau Sunotel

    Hospital de Sant Pau

    Its's one of Europe´s most important Art Nouveau complexes, it was designed by Lluís Domènech i Montaner and built between 1.905 and 1.930. It was declared World Heritage by UNESCO in 1.997. With 12 buildings of great architectural value surrounded by beautiful gardens, it is a city inside a city. After housing the healthcare activity of the Hospital de la Santa Creu i Sant Pau for a century, it has undergone one of the most full restoration.

  • Hospital Sagrat Cor Sunotel

    Hospital Sagrat Cor

  • La Boqueria Sunotel

    La Boqueria

    The Mercat de Sant Josep, popularly known as La Boqueria, is the historic municipal market on the Rambla. In addition to being a place to buy all kinds of fresh produce, it is also a tourist attraction, with more than 300 stalls offering a great variety of homemade and exotic products to ordinary shoppers and the city's restaurants.

    It is the second largest market in Catalonia, after the Mercat de Sant Antoni.

  • La Catedral Sunotel

    La Catedral

    La Catedral de la Santa Creu i Santa Eulàlia is a Gothic cathedral that houses the archbishopric of Barcelona. It was built during the reign of Jaume II in 1.298. It was raised as a reform and enlargement of the existing Romanesque cathedral, thus, the Gothic one retains the Chapel of Santa Llucia and the same axis as the Romanesque and the ambulatory is built around the Romanesque apse.

  • Les Rambles Sunotel

    Les Rambles

    Les Rambles, also known as La Rambla, is one of the main arteries of Barcelona and one of the best known places in the city. It is a pleasant walk of 1.3 kilometres that connects the Plaza de Catalunya with the old port of the city.

  • Picasso Museum Sunotel

    Picasso Museum

    The Picasso Museum, on carrer Montcada, in Barcelona's Ribera district, is a vital reference for the artist's formative years. Its more than 4,249 pieces make it the most complete collection of Picasso's early work in the world. It opened to the public on 9th March, 1963, becoming the very first Picasso museum and the only one founded during the artist's lifetime.

    The Picasso museum occupies five early-Renaissance palaces from the 13th and 14th centuries, some of the finest examples of Catalan civil Gothic architecture. Each of the palaces was built to a similar pattern, around a central courtyard from which a noble staircase giving access to the principal floors.

  • Palau de la Música Sunotel

    Palau de la Música

    It is one of the most beautiful examples of Catalan Art Noveau and was designed by one of its leading figures, Lluís Domènech i Montaner.

  • Palau Güell Sunotel

    Palau Güell

    A dignified, luxurious, original but also practical residence full of exquisite details and employing an innovative notion of space and treatment of light. It is Antoni Gaudí’s first great masterpiece that was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1.984 in recognition of its exceptional universal value as a key component of the renovation of architecture on a global scale. It's also one of the first acknowledged Art Nouveau buildings.

  • Tourist bus stop Sunotel

    Tourist bus stop

    The Barcelona Tourist Bus is an open-top service covering most places of interest throughout the city. Operated by the Barcelona Tourism Consortium and TMB, it currently offers an audio guide in sixteen languages.

  • Aerobus stop Sunotel

    Aerobus stop

    The Aerobús is a shuttle bus service between the city centre and the airport.

    Its two lines, A1 and A2, run to and from Plaça de Catalunya and the two terminals: A1 to T1 and A2 to T2. Part of Barcelona's metropolitan transport network, since 2015 the buses have featured Internet access, USB sockets and video security.

  • Park Güell Sunotel

    Park Güell

    It is a park of 17.18 hectares with gardens and architectural elements situated on the top of the city of Barcelona, on the slope that faces the sea from the Carmel montain, belonging to the foothills of the Collserola. Its design clearly shows the signature of Gaudí. We can find elements with wavy shapes, like rivers of lava, convered boulevards with trees shaped columns, stalactites and geometric shapes and many of the surfaces covered with pieces of ceramic or glass as a mosaic of colours.

  • Plaça Catalunya Sunotel

    Plaça Catalunya

    Plaça Catalunya is the most central spot in Barcelona. Surrounded by the large buildings of the shopping centres, it is the main meeting point for citizens and visitors to the city. It was inaugurated in 1927 by King Alfonso XII and occupies an area of 5 hectares. The plaza is surrounded by six sculptures representing the four Catalan capitals, labour and wisdom. At one end of the plaza, is a monument to former Catalan president, Francesc Macià, and is the work of Subirachs.

  • Plaça Reial Sunotel

    Plaça Reial

    Located in the Gothic district and adjacent to the Rambles, it was designed by architect Daniel Molina in a neoclassical style. Although is a trapezoidal space, it seems to be squared because the architect played with the spaces between pilasters. It is a singular place, full of life, with a fountain called "Les tres gràcies" and we can find here one of the first commissions of the City Council to Antoni Gaudí, the streetlights.

  • Sagrada Familia Sunotel

    Sagrada Familia

    It was the masterpiece of architect Antoni Gaudí, although he took charge of the work more than a year after the placement of the first stone on 19th March 1.882 when the project was still directed by Francisco de Paula del Villar y Lozano, This architect designed it as a neogothic complex, rejecting the idea of Bocabella to make a replica of the Sanctuary of Loreto, to become, in the hands of Gaudí, the maximum exponent of Catalan Art Nouveau architecture, although still in construction.

  • Santa Maria del Mar Sunotel

    Santa Maria del Mar

    This is the most emblematic example of Catalan Gothic, with a predominance of horizontal lines, no wide openings in the wall sections, or decorations. The horizontality is presente in all the building with mouldings, cornices and flat surfaces, to avoid excessive sense of height. As for the exterior, on the main façade, framed by two octogonal towers, the images of San Pedro and San Pablo with a rosette of XV century Flamboyant Gothic.