Barcelona is a compact city, cozy and very pleasant. The great cultural, social and commercial diversity is one of its main attractions.
Barcelona, with more than 2000 years of history, preserves important testimonies of its past. Catalonia has hosted famous artists of the European avant-garde throughout history: Picasso, Miró, Dalí and Gaudí are just some of the many examples of the constant desire to renew and create, present in today’s Catalan and Catalan artists. Barcelona, which has one of the most important art nouveau heritage in Europe, excels in activities such as architecture or design.
Barcelona has developed a gastronomic style based on creativity which has made it the leading “gourmet” city outside of France, according to Gourmet Magazine. Mediterranean cuisine, considered by many to be the healthiest in the world, has a key role in all types of restaurants, regardless of their category.
Barcelona has a large number of direct air connections with the main destinations in Europe and with numerous Asian and American cities.
In addition to the Montjuïc i Gran Via venues in Fira de Barcelona, the city has numerous venues for meetings of various sizes and a wide range of charming historic venues, ideal for banquets, cocktails, exhibitions and product presentations. Throughout its history, Barcelona has demonstrated its ability to organize successful events with precision, creativity and efficiency. The level of their services lives up to the highest expectations.