Essential Things to Do in Barcelona

The most popular city in Spain, Barcelona has everything to enchant its visitors: architectural wonders, culture, gastronomy, art and history. We invite you to explore this vibrant city all year round during your team retreat with these must-do experiences in Barcelona!

La Casa Batlló

The exceptional facade of Casa Batlló and its kaleidoscopic mosaics make visiting this house a must-do in Barcelona! Modernist architecture that offers its visitors many surprises and subtle and stunning architectural discoveries.

La Sagrada Família

We cannot talk about must-dos in Barcelona without mentioning the famous Sagrada Familia, the unfinished masterpiece of the renowned Antoni Gaudí! This architectural feat beautifully combines gothic style with art nouveau will enchant and impress your colleagues. A true source of inspiration for old and new generations of architects!

Le Parc Güell

Looking for an enchanting break in the heart of Barcelona? Head to Parc Güell for a peaceful stroll exploring another wonder by Gaudí. Wander the paths of the park through columns, arches, and Gothic-style fountains! At the end of your walk, arriving at the heights of the park you will be pleasantly surprised by the magnificent panorama that unfolds before you over all of Barcelona.


The quintessential seaside neighborhood! Barceloneta is full of beachside restaurants serving ultra-fresh seafood and fish! Lounge on the beach and enjoy the friendly Spanish atmosphere! Music and entertainment are often to be found on Barceloneta Beach! Take the opportunity to head towards Port Vell to visit the Aquarium, and why not then take the cable car to the top of Montjuïc: Another must-do in Barcelona!

Le Marché de la Boqueria

A famous gastronomic spot, the Boqueria market is its endless aisles of visitors coming to buy or taste delicious local produce. Try local charcuteries, the region’s finest cheeses, wines, and seafood products that make Barcelona a top culinary destination. Stop by Pinotxo Bar and taste the best tapas in Barcelona: A culinary orgasm is likely to be had!

La Casa Milà

Barcelona was a real playground for Gaudi, this residence built by the gothic architect is better known as La Pedrera (“the quarry”). It was the last project carried out by the famous architect. Admire a unique architecture: Here no right angles! Wavy facades, curved walls shaped in stone, and columns with oblique shapes.

La Rambla

A walk on La Rambla is a must-do in Barcelona! Stroll along this very popular pedestrian boulevard connecting Plaça de Catalunya to Port Vell. A place full of life and magic, which still reflects an ambiance from past times. On the agenda, shopping, tasting tapas in the avenue’s bars, and discovering street artists. But be cautious of pickpockets who abound on the avenue.

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