The Ribera Quarter is one of the most beatiful places of Barcelona. Everybody who comes to the city has to do a walk around, admiring some of the hidden corners that you must know. Today we recommend you one of the churches more representative of the Catalan Gothic, Santa María del Mar, perfectly described from the post of Barcelona Urbany.
Santa María del Mar is the best and only finished example of Catalan Gothic in Barcelona. It is located in the Ribera quarter, near the Passeo del Borne and it has been built between 1329 and 1383.
Come and see the best views over the city with the Montjuïc & Panoramic Tour. The old port, the Olympic Ring and the entrance to Poble Espanyol. This tour combines two areas of natural beauty used by Barcelona for culture and recreation.
Come with us and you’ll visit the newest part of Barcelona! The Olympic Port, The Universal Forum or the Agbar Tower are the most representative buildings of the new architecture in the city. The new Barcelona is has been built for rewarded architects that had contributed to keep the essence of it’s tradition.
A fun way for families to discover the Poble Espanyol. Can you find a forest that’s not outdoors? Do you know why a building in the Mudéjar style is called a “Bell Tower of Mirrors”? Test your investigative skills by playing our clue game! By cracking the enigma set by our group of fun characters, you will discover the secret nooks and crannies of the Poble Espanyol.
In the month of April opens the annual festival the Feria de Abril in Barcelona. This worldwide known festival started in Sevilla, but now it’s celebrating all around Spain. The Barcelona Feria de Abril has become the second biggest Feria in the country and is a meeting of the andalusian people and culture. In 1971 the immigrants from the south of Spain started a little party to bring their costumes and culture to the new city, and nowadays is a celebration with over 3 million people during the month.