Barcelona is well known for its incredible cultural offerings - from Gaudí’s impressive architecture to amazing works by the artist Picasso. But there are also a few hidden gems to explore, including crowd-less museums where you can enjoy the cultural beauty of the city in more peaceful surroundings. Whatever your interests are, follow my guide and enjoy a slightly different cultural weekend in Barcelona.
Featuring: Museu del Futbol Club Barcelona, Poble Espanyol, CaixaForum, and 7 other places.

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Museu del Futbol Club Barcelona

“Barcelona may mean culture, good food, sun and seaside, but it also means football—and Barcelona Football Club is an important piece of the city's history. Whether or not F.C. Barcelona is ´your team´, if you're a fan of football, you're sure to enjoy a visit here. The museum has all…”

Poble Espanyol

“Originally built to last only six months, this temporary exhibition of Spanish architecture has become one of the most visited tourist attractions in Barcelona. Strolling around this cultural village, you can explore traditionally made buildings from all over Spain. It's definitely the best way of visiting the whole country in…”

CaixaForum

“Offering numerous concerts, exhibitions and workshops for a very cheap entrance fee, CaixaForum is a world of opportunity. The building itself (an old textile factory) is a sight to see - and whenever you choose to visit, there is sure to be something going on. I would especially recommend it…”

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