Visit Barcelona and explore the Frederic Mares Museum, La Moqueria Market, La Comercial and more.
A patron walks toward the decorative entrance of the Mercat de les Flors Theater.
Casa Batlló, or House of Bones, was built in 1877, and later restored by Antonio Gaudí, an Art Nouveau architect.
The Columbus Monument is the site where Christopher Columbus returned to Spain after his first trip to the Americas.
Grab a drink at the Margarita Blue bar, and check out live trapeze acts or simply let the bar's DJs entertain you.
Tourists walk through this hallway of the Frederic Marès Museum to view sculptures that date back to the 12th century.
Pedestrians stroll along the street in the Gothic Quarter of Barcelona.
A butcher, one of many vendors at La Boqueria Market, prepares meat behind the counter.
Locals and tourists shop La Comercial for household items and clothing.
A couple walks into Lailo, an expensive clothing store located in Ciutat Vella district of Barcelona.
Enjoy the cozy atmosphere of Onofre, where they offer wine-tasting courses and fancy meals, including duck ham parmesan.
A couple walks hand-in-hand down a walkway of the Pedralbes Monastery, built during the 14th century.
This colorful Ferris wheel is one of several rides at the Tibidabo Amusement Park, which sits on top of Tibidabo Mountain.