1. Museu FC Barcelona President Nuñez
With a capacity of 99,354, FC Barcelona has the largest stadium (Camp Nou) in Europe, The stadium’s maximum height is 48 meters, and it covers a surface area of 55,000 square meters. It has also the best club museum in the world. The photos, paintings and trophies attract more visitors than all the other museums in Barcelona and the museum is the third most visited museum in Spain.
2. Museu Picasso
Museu Picasso opened its doors in 1963 being the only Museum dedicated exclusively to Picasso’s art when the artist was still alive. With more than 4250 works, the Picasso Museum in Barcelona has the most extensive collection of all museums dedicated to the Spanish painter. His initial period (1891-1905) in particular is well represented. The highlights of the show are two pieces of art, the First Communion and Science and Charity.
Museu Nacional d’Art de Catalunya, shortened as MNAC, is located at the beautiful Italian style building of the Palau Nacional which was built on the occasion of the World Exhibition of 1929. The MNAC is located on the Montjuïc hill and has been the museum of Catalan art throughout the centuries. The collection has expanded enormously.
4. Fundació Joan Miró
Fundació Joan Miró was founded by Joan Miró himself. In 1968 he got the idea to encourage the younger contemporary artists of Barcelona to continue with this less typical art style. The museum consists of exhibition rooms, a patio, a large roof terrace with a view of the city and a sculpture garden. The museum collection, largely from Miró itself, includes more than 10,000 works of art. Together with Pablo Picasso and Salvador Dalí, Joan Miró is counted among the greatest Spanish artists of the 20th century.
5. Museu d’Art Contemporani de Barcelona (MACBA)
The Museum is a huge white building with a glass wall to give natural light to the exhibition space. Richard Meier designed the museum, which cost roughly $35 million to complete and was finished in 1995 even though it was planned to be ready for the summer Olympics in 1992. The museum has more than 5000 pieces of contemporary art which they show a bit at a time. If you enjoy today’s art this is a place you can visit more than once. You will find the MACBA located at Plaça del Àngels (el Raval).
A bicycle tour in Barcelona with a English Dutch, Flemish, German or French guide.
Are you traveling with small children or difficult adolescents? Our guides adapt the tour and know how to interest young and old. On a city trip in Barcelona, with your loved one or with friends, our bike tours with private guide are ideal for couples and small groups. Do you prefer a more economical option to discover Barcelona. We offer a daily bike tour in which the guide takes you along the highlights of Barcelona.
If you come with your school or company, each group has its own wishes and pace, we always adapt our tours to this. For those who already know the city and who are visiting it for the first time.