On this page you'll find a Barcelona map covering the main tourist attractions, landmarks, monuments and zones in Barcelona city centre. We have also produced a quick reference guide to all our photos in a table below the map.
We have linked photo guides of the city directly to the landmarks and monuments on the map. In this way you can quickly see what the sights look like and in you mind link them to exactly where they are in the city. For ease of identification we've marked all the photo guide areas on the Barcelona map with a white " * " If you keep your mouse pointer stationary for a few seconds over one of these areas a small dialogue box will open describing the photo guide in that area. If you wish to see the photo guide just click on the area and you'll be taken to the photo guide for that part of the town.
Click on any white star * on the map to see a photo guide of that area. The heart of the city centre has been marked by a red oval shape. Scale 250M ---- (Approximately 6 minutes walk)
La Rambla or just "Ramblas" as it's often called runs through the centre of Barcelona. It's a 1.2 km walkway that is packed with street performers, shops and many other attractions. Click to see a photo guide of the Ramblas starting from Colom to Plaça de Catalunya.
Regarded as the central most point of Barcelona City Centre. It's a large open square surrounded by statues, trees and grass verges. Click to see photos around Plaça de Catalunya.
An important street in Barcelona. It has many shops, bars and restaurants and links the Ramblas to Plaça de St Jaume. Click to see photos along Calle Ferran starting from the Ramblas
Is a giant temple that has been under construction since 1882 and won't be completed for another 20 - 25 years. Click to see photos of the Sagrada Familia
Also known as the Gothic quarter and has many old cobbled streets, historic buildings and church's as its theme. Click to see photos of Barri Gotic.
A beautiful square just off the Ramblas. It has some interesting architecture including lamp posts which were the first commissioned works created by Antoni Gaudí. Click to see photos of Plaça Reial.
A 15 min walk from Colon. It is the closest beach to the city centre and is the place to visit if you want the sun sea and sand or to find a good seafood restaurant. Click to see photos of Barceloneta Beach.
The next beach along from Barceloneta. It's quieter than Barceloneta beach and worth considering in the Summer months. Click to see photos of Icària Beach.
A monument in memorial of Christopher Columbus. Across the road from Colom is the Rambla de Mar and Port Vell which is a beautiful walk way across the marina. And if the sea view isn't enough for you , you'll also find the Maritime museum and Aquarium. Click for pictures of Colom and around.
A trendy up-and-coming area of Barcelona filled with interesting architecture, bars and restaurants. Click for photos around El Born.
Dominated by the twin towers, one of which is the famous Arts hotel owned by the Ritz Carlton group. When you come here you'll have a view of the sea and Marina to welcome you. There are also dozens of restaurants and bars to relax in. Barceloneta and Icària beaches are just a few minutes walk from Port Olimpic. Click to see photos of Port Olimpic.
Plaça Espanya is the starting point for visits to the Magic Fountain of Montjuïc, Museum Nacional d' Art de Catalunya and the Olympic stadium. Click to see photos around Plaça Espanya.
This is defintely worth a visit if you're interested in seeing traditional Catalan art. However it's also worth visting just for the view that you will have of Barcelona city. The museum is at the top of a steep hill but there are external escalators along most of the route. Click to see photos around this area.
The magic fountain of Montjuïc is an extravaganza of water acrobatics, light and music and is a must when you visit Barcelona. Click here for photos of the fountains
A wonderful spot to see Gaudí's creativity art work. Click to see photos around Güell Park
The Estadi Olimpic was the venue for the 1992 Olympic Games in Barcelona. Click to see photos around the stadium.
A colourful and creative building showing the genius and creativity of Gaudí. Click to see pictures of Casa Batlló.
This is one of the main throughways in Barcelona. It's also at the heart of some of the best shopping in Barcelona along with 2 of Gaudí's creations La Pedrera and Casa Batlló. Click for photos along Passeig de Gràcia
This was home to the Mila Family (first floor) and of other families renting apartments from the Mila Family. Today it's a museum to the great man himself. Click to see photos around La Pedrera
A large picturesque square at the end of Calle Ferran. Go here on a Sunday afternoon to see the local people perform traditional Catalan folk dancing. Click to see pictures of Plaça St Jaume.
It is a pedestranized walkway with dozens of cafes restaurants and shops. But remember not to get this road mixed up with the famous La Rambla. Click to see photos along Rambla de Catalunya
Click for photos around Catedral.
Click to see photo guide of Parc de la Ciutadella.
Click to see a photo guide around FC Barcelona Football club and museum. Camp Nou stadium
Table showing a quick reference guide to our Barcelona photo galleries linked to the Barcelona
map above. Click on any square to be taken directly to the photo Gallery - all listings are in alphabetical order.
If you are also interested in our Barcelona Map of the metro system see our page on the
Barcelona Map and Barcelona Metro system.
Below we have also included a table showing the Barcelona Barrios (neighbourhoods) and the areas within each barrio. This table will show you which Barrios are in our Barcelona map above.
Sants - Montjuïc
Sarria - Sant Gervasi
Horta - Guinardo
|Barceloneta||Fortpienc||Zona França||Lets Corts||Sarria||El Coll||Baix Guinardo||Vallbona||Congres||Poblenou|
|Casc Antic||Sagrada Familia||
|Sant Ramon||Sant Gervasi||Gràcia||Can Baro||Ciutat Meridianan||Sagrera||Camp de l'Arpa|
|Barri Gotic||Sant Antoni||La Bordeta||Zona Universitaria||Vallvidrera||Els Penitents||Font d' en Fargues||Torre Baro||Camp de l' Arpa||La Veneda|
|Raval||Dreta Eixample||Hostafrancs||Pedralbes||Les Planes||Vallcarca||Carmel||Trinitat Nova||Els Indians||El Besos|
|Esquerra Eixample||Sants||Bonanova||La Salut||Teixonera||Roquetes||Baro de Viver||Fortpienc|
|Tres Torres||Camp d'en Grassot||La Clota||Poligon Canyelles||Bon Pastor||Vila Olimpica|
|Horta||La Guineaueta||Trinitat Vella||Clot|
|Parc de La Ball d' Hebron||Verdum||Sant Andreu|
|Montbau||Prosperitat||Fabra i Puig|
|Sant Genis||Porta||Virrei Amat|
|Turo De La Peira|
If you are looking only for a Barcelona street map see our A to Z Barcelona street map
Remember if you're interested in seeing our Barcelona Map of the metro system see our Barcelona Map and Barcelona Metro system page.