El Poble Espanyol was built on the occasion of the International Exhibition of Barcelona that took place in 1929. Today it is one of the main tourist attractions of the city and the mountain of de Montjuïc.
Montserrat is a rocky massif, considered by many to be the most important and symbolic mountain in Catalonia. Its peculiar morphology with its unusually shaped rocks make it a sight not to be missed, one of the most spectacular excursions outside the city.
Can Borrell reservoir was once a dam that today is no longer in use, and which collects water from the torrent that flows down from Collserola Park in the region of Sant Cugat del Vallès, Vallès Occidental.
El Born is a neighbourhood in the city of Barcelona that runs around Passeig del Born, the Born market and the Church of Santa Maria del Mar. It stretches as far as Passeig de Picasso, Carrer de la Princesa up to Carrer del Rec, Passeig del Born, Santa Maria del Mar, Pla de Palau and Avinguda del Marquès de l'Argentera.
Set in the sierra Collserola, the mountain of Tibidabo can be found to the west of Barcelona, and it is here on its top where we can find the amusement park and the Temple Expiatori del Sagrat Cor (Expiatory Church of the Sacred Heart).
The Magic Fountain of Montjuïc, one of the city’s icons famous all over the world, is lit up at night in a magical show of colours, water and music, and is one of the free activities that is most worth visiting in the city of Barcelona.