Barcelona for High School

High School students in Barcelona

The silhouette of Sagrada Familia and other Modernists buildings in Barcelona help drawing the skyline of the Europe’s largest city in the Mediterranean Sea. Considered some of the best cities to live in, their day and nightlife is thriving almost the twelve months of they year. April is indeed one of the best moments to visit this cosmopolitan and cool city. Spring allows the visitors to unearth Barcelona’s past in the hidden courtyards of the Barry Gòtic, invite them to enjoy the charms o the modernist city and discover every corner, from its parks to its museums, its treasures of the ancient Roman and medieval city and its cosy neighbourhoods. Considered one of the most liveable and energetic cities of Europe and the Mediterranean, anyone who dares to visit Barcelona definitely will fall in love with its culture, its food, its mountain, its beach and its people.

Wherever you are in Barcelona, there’s always something to see nearby: both modernism and contemporary architecture, markets that are a treat for the senses, treasures of the ancient Roman and medieval city, parks where you can unwind, neighbourhoods full of charm and welcoming people all around.

Either you can see the best of Gaudí at the Sagrada Familia, La Pedrera and the Casa Batlló, or relive Barça’s victories. Should you prefer to walk around, you can enjoy yourself on the Golondrinas pleasure boats and at Barcelona Zoo, or discover the wonders of the Museu Nacional d’Art de Catalunya and other museums.

Barcelona turismeFor more tourist information about Barcelona, or any questions regarding your visit to the city, please contact:

TURISME DE BARCELONA

Phone: +34 932853834
Website: www.barcelonaturisme.com
E-mail: info@barcelonaturisme.com

Safety and Warnings

Barcelona is a safe city. However, while you are here we suggest you take the common sense precautions as you would when visiting any major city:

  • Keep always your personal belongings with you.
  • Be vigilant in crowds, restaurants and on public transportation; watch out for people creating distractions and diversions.
  • When walking around the city, know how to get to your destination in advance so you appear confident in where you are going.
  • Make sure you carry valid photo ID with you at all times. Identification documents MUST show your name in a Latin alphabet (no Chinese, Japanese, Korean or Arabic characters) and match the name your pass. Accepted Forms of Photo ID: European Union national identity card or Passport.
  • Do not display large amounts of cash.