museums in Barcelona

Pep Ventura (eng)

Grandpa Pep Josep Maria Ventura y Casas, popularly known by the name of Pep Ventura, besides working as a musician and composer he was also aconductor. He came to compose more than 400 pieces in total. As aperformer, he played various instruments including the tenor, which he studied and transformed in the standard it is today, and to this must be her nickname Pep of the Tenor. Thanks to its versatility and predisposition, Ventura made great innovations in the composition of sardanas and reformed the structure of the stanza and that’s


A building with lots of history The historic building of the University of Barcelona was


A popular theatre This station has the name of the grand opera house located in


A centuries-old stream In a document that dates back to 1210, there is already mention


The modernist poet The poet and writer Joan Maragall was born in Barcelona in 1860.


The unfortunate count This station takes its name from the Count of Urgell Street. James

Maria Cristina

The regent queen This station abuts on a Barcelona’s square that is dedicated to Maria

Arc de Triomf

Entrance through the main gate This monumental arch situated at the entrance of the Paseo


The Bishop who fell in love with Barcelona José Maria Urquinaona y Bidot was born


Construyendo en el monte There are two theories about the origin of the name Montbau.

Sants Estació

The central station of Barcelona Sants train station is located in Sants district, which got

Av. Carrilet

Miniature rails This station commemorates the train of the line Llobregat-Anoia of the Ferrocarils de


A home for orphans and the elderly This station receives its name from the architectural


The city of the four rivers Girona is the capital of the province and county


For a good travel There are many theories about the name of the district of