tourism 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

Sant Roc

San Roque, the dog’s Sant Roc was born in Montpellier in the late 13th century, he made pilgrimages around the world and he devoted most of his life to cure the plague victims. A legend has it that Saint Roque arrived in Barcelona to treat those suffering from an outbreak of plague that infested the city; But he also went flying to get sick and to


The prosperous Tarraco Tarragona is a city with more than 2000 years of history. Its


The Battle for Mallorca Llucmajor is a municipality on the island of Mallorca. In this


A nostalgic hostel Carrer Creu Coberta 22, the address of the old cinema Arenas and


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


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


Our land Catalunya is the name of the nation established towards the end of tenth


An enclosed valley Vallcarca is the contraction of the toponym Vall Càrcara, which means “enclosed


The arrival of the new village In the old days this neighbourhood was a swampy


The Modernist avenue The big avenue that gives name to this station is called in


From the Vall daura to Santes Creus The first known documentation that exists concerning this

Selva de Mar

A village of Catalonia This station takes one to a street that, like many others


The Navy Shipyards Las Drassanes are shipyards of civil Gothic style, they were built between