Barcelona is probably one of the most popular cities of Spain. A lot of this popularity has been bestowed by their famous football team, a grand cultural heritage, pioneering architecture and various tourist destinations. This second largest city of Spain is located such that it faces the Mediterranean Sea and this facet makes sportfishing possible and popular in this part of the world.
Since Barcelona has been under the Roman rule, the city abounds in rich history. Another interesting fact of Barcelona is that it has a great amount of restaurants, shops, outdoor markets, churches and museums like most of the other European cities. The infrastructure in Barcelona reminds us that this city has kept it past alive even when embracing the future. The beaches that exist in Barcelona are known to provide generous exposure to the sun all through the year along with pleasantly warm weather.
From cable cars to mountain ranges, from ancient Roman temples to World Heritage Sites like the Basilica La Sagrada Familia, from museums to beaches you can indulge in a variety of unique places.