If there's one thing Barcelona is not short of, it's religious sights and monuments. It's a city rich in history, strong religious ties and full of astonishing religious architecture.
No trip to Barcelona is complete without taking a look at our number one pick. Gaudi's Sagrada Familia is one of Barcelona's 'must sees' especially when it comes to religious landmarks. This magnificent Church is still under construction and isn't set to be completed until 2026.
Another remarkable structure, located in the Gothic Quarter is Barcelona's well known Catedral. Although there are several 'Catedral's' sprawled across the city, there is only one Catedral. Entrance to the Catedral is free when there's a service taking place, so try to plan your visit accordingly if you want free entrance.
Our number eight pick focuses on Barcelona's Jewish Quarter. Call Jueu explores Barcelona's Jews before the inquisition and is quite an interesting area of the city to explore, especially with the company of a guide as there are so many small details that are hard to pick up on, if you don't know what you're looking for (for example the Hebrew letters carved into the stones on the wall and the names of the streets and their significance).
plaça de la Sagrada Familia
plaça de Sant Just s/n
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Pla de la Seu
Key to Barcelona's history. String of intricate chapels lines the interior. Central Gothic Quarter, historical must see... read more
plaça de Sant Jaume
carrer de Sant Sever
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