The Museu de la Música houses a collection of over 2000 musical instruments from around the world.
The Museu de la Música houses a collection of over 2000 musical instruments from around the world. 500 instruments are on display, spanning eras from ancient civilisations to present day sound technology. It has one of the most important collections of classical guitars in the world.
150 Carrer de Lepant, Barcelona 8013, Spain
Distinctively-shaped office tower that looks like the nose of a rocket and stands out in the Barcelona skyline
This museum is especially recommended for children
The Arc de Triomf is a Mudejar style brick arch built in 1888 as the main access gate for the Barcelona World Fair
The Parc de la Ciutadella is Barcelona's central park, with a zoo, lake, fountain, and several museums
The 12 metre high Art Nouveau Monument to Doctor Bartomeu Robert built in 1904 by Josep Llimona Bruguera honors the Catalan nationalist and Barcelona mayor who fought against the centralist policies of the government in Madrid
The Can Framis Museum is dedicated to contemporary Catalan art