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Museu Nacional d’Art de Catalunya

Housed in Montjuïc Castle, the Museo Nacional d’Art de Catalunya (National Museum of Catalan visual art) is one of the main museums in Barcelona.

Sagrada Familia

Designed by the Catalan architect Antoni Gaudí, the Sagrada Família is a beautiful basilica Barcelona’s center and one of the most-visited landmarks.

Port Olímpic

The Port Olímpic in Barcelona is one of the most beautiful districts of the city. It was built for the 1992 Summer Olympics.

Museu Picasso

The Museo Picasso (Picasso Museum) in Barcelona features 3,500 works of art by Pablo Picasso. It is the world’s largest collection of the Cubist’s artwork.

Park Güell

The Park Güell in Barcelona was built between 1900 and 1914 by the famous Spanish architect Antoni Gaudí. Discover opening hours, prices and what to see.

Casa Batlló

Commissioned by Josep Batlló and designed by Gaudí, the Casa Batlló was constructed between 1904 and 1906 and is one of the masterpieces in Barcelona.

La Pedrera

Casa Milà, which is known as La Pedrera due to its stony appearance, is a surprising modernist building designed by Gaudí between 1906 and 1912.

La Rambla

La Rambla (Las Ramblas) is an extremely famous street in central Barcelona. It is packed with terraces, various artistic shows, mimes and flower stands.

Gothic Quarter

Located in the heart of Barcelona, in the Ciutat Vella district, the Gothic Quarter is the oldest and most striking parts of Barcelona.

Mercat de la Boqueria

The Mercat de la Boqueria (Boqueria Market) is officially known as Mercat de San Josep. It is one of the most visited parts of Barcelona. Find out why.

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Both traditional and cosmopolitan, local and global, conservative and vanguardist, Barcelona has been defined as the “great enchantress”, the “rose of fire” and the “city of wonders”. Here are the top ten things to see in Barcelona and our best tips on how to experience each.

Sagrada Familia

Sagrada Familia, the most visited monument of the Iberian Peninsula, was produced by the mind of Gaudí when he was at the peak of his genius and under spiritual distress. Antoni Gaudí, the modernist genius whose buildings attract millions of visitors each year, finished only the Nativity Facade when he was alive.

He left, however, a complete design of the rest of the building for others to follow his path. The unfinished cathedral, full of wonders produced by Gaudí’s unbounded creativity, is expected to be finished in 2026, one hundred years after his death. We recommend skipping this lines and exploring Sagrada Familia’s Tower on our guided Sagrada Familia tours.

How to Get There:

Metro Sagrada Familia. Buses D50, V21 and h20

Golden Square

When in the 19th century, Barcelona finally demolished its city walls, a new district, the Eixample, was developed around the Old City. Here, industrial tycoons and wealthy families were eager to build larger and fashionable residences, as well as invest in apartment buildings. As a result, Passeig de Gràcia and the streets around, the area known as the Golden Square, is full of magnificent buildings of different styles, including the most renowned modernist buildings of Barcelona.

The Golden Square is not its own district, it’s just an area part of Eixample. Most international luxury brands have shops in Passeig de Gràcia, and in the area there are plenty of restaurants and cafes for those who prefer to relax in a posh ambiance.

How to get there:

Metro and Rodalies Passeig de Gràcia. Buses V13, H8, h20 and h22

What to See:

Visit Gaudí’s Casa Milà, also known as the quarry, and Casa Batlló that looks like a dragon and has amazing ceramic decorations. Pay attention to the neo-medieval style and the wall decor of House Ametller next to Casa Batllò. It was built by Puig i Cadafalch, author of House Terrades and Palau Baró Quadras, also in Golden Square.

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Gothic Quarter

A visit to the Gothic Quarter is a time-travel experience to explore the history of the city from the Roman times to the present through the structures that have endured to our days. In the narrow, dark and sometimes stinky alleys of the Gothic Quarter, Roman walls coexist with medieval religious buildings, royal and noble palaces, guild headquarters and merchant houses. 

How to get there: Metro, Ferrocarrils and Rodalies Plaça Catalunya, Metro Urquinaona and Jaume I. Buses V13, V15, h22, and D50

Visit the Cathedral and look around for the Roman gate, walls and aqueduct. Walk to Plaça del Rei and turn around to see Palau del Lloctinent, Palau Reial Major, the royal chapel of Santa Àgata and the medieval palace Clariana-Padellàs,  house of the Museum of History Barcelona. 

What to See:

Visit the Cathedral and look around for the Roman gate, walls and aqueduct. Walk to Plaça del Rei and turn around to see Palau del Lloctinent, Palau Reial Major, the royal chapel of Santa Àgata and the medieval palace Clariana-Padellàs,  house of the Museum of History Barcelona. 

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Our Head of Digital, Antonio Costa says, “try to walk around the Gothic Quarter and get lost. There are a lot of cool things to see there. When I lived in Barcelona, I would often try to explore new places in the Gothic Quarter, and one time I came across a little garden next to La Rambla. I took an elevator upstairs, and there was just a garden no one seemed to know about. It’s called Jardí de la Casa Ignacio de Puig.”

Ramblas and Raval

Ramblas was originally a dry ravine running alongside Barcelona’s medieval wall, while Raval was a quarter established by farmers across the Ramblas. Raval was soon populated with convents, monasteries, the first hospital of the city and several charity institutions during the medieval times but Ramblas remained as an open sewer for centuries.

When it was finally urbanized during the romantic times of the early 19th century, it became the most wanted zone of the city. Raval, on the contrary, became a cheap housing area, the point of entry for new immigrants and a red-light district.

Today, Ramblas is still the most famous street of Barcelona, a promenade full of life with plenty of interesting sites to see, while Raval, thanks to recent renovation efforts, has become a popular cosmopolitan quarter where foreign population speaking more than 100 different languages coexist with historical landmarks, modern architecture and urban culture

How to Get There:

Metro, Ferrocarrils and Rodalies Plaça Catalunya, Metro Liceu, Drassanes, Paral·lel, Poble Sec and Sant Antoni. Buses V11, V13, h24, h26  and D50

What to See:

Walk down the Ramblas from Plaça Catalunya. Stop by the Liceu Opera House, the Plaça Reial, Gaudí’s Palau Güell and Columbus Monument. Once there, visit the amazing building of Drassanes, a medieval shipyard, that now houses the Maritime Museum. In Raval, enjoy the atmosphere of Rambla del Raval, walk the narrow streets to experience the sounds, smells and colours of its multicultural dwellers. Find the medieval Hospital de la Santa Creu, now housing the Catalan National Library, and explore modern art and urban culture in MACBA and CCCB. 

Born, Ciutadella, and Arc de Triomf

Born, Barcelona’s seafarers quarter, was partially demolished to build a huge military fortress following the defeat of Catalonia in the Spanish Succession War. The hatred fortress, known as the “Ciutadella”, was garrisoned to watch the city and served as a political prison.

In the mid-19th century, it was demolished and replaced by a victorian-style park that took the name of the fortress. The central market of Barcelona, luxurious apartment buildings and Barcelona’s first museum were also built on the site. Few years later, Parc de la Ciutadella was deeply transformed to house Barcelona’s first Universal Exhibition in 1888. Today, the area of Born and Ciutadella is a favorite destination for locals during the weekend.

In Born, lively bars, restaurants, craft workshops and art galleries proliferate next to buildings and relics related to the convulsed past of the area. Park de la Ciutadella is usually crowded with city dwellers and visitors alike to sunbathe on the grass or to participate in the festivals often organized there.

How to Get There:

Metro and Rodalies Arc de Triomf. Buses V19, h24 and h26

What to See:

Enjoy Born’s lively atmosphere having some late-night drinks. Look for art workshops on the narrow streets. Visit Santa Maria del Mar Church and Picasso Museum. Enter Born Market, under an amazing Victorian iron structure you will find the largest European archeological site from the Enlightenment, a frozen city created by a vengeful Spanish king. Cross the street into Parc de la Ciutadella and experience the familiar and friendly atmosphere.

Once there, visit the zoo and the Catalan Parliament to see a group of buildings that were formerly part of the fortress. Explore the parc looking for Universal Exhibition relics such as the restaurant (Zoology Museum), a greenhouse and a shade house and the fences attributed to Gaudi. Leave the park and take a selfie on Arc de Triomf, erected to be the main gate of the Fair.  

Park Güell

Eusebi Güell, the leading industrialist of modernist Barcelona, asked Gaudí to urbanize a big property he owned in the foothills of Tibidabo to develop a private housing initiative addressed to wealthy Barcelonians. Gaudí did a fantastic job. He created a garden city completely unique, providing access to the different plot of land by means of viaducts fully integrated in the landscape.

In the communal areas, he instead designed buildings and structures suitable for a fantasy world. Unfortunately for Güell but fortunately for us, the business idea of Güell failed miserably and after his death, the family sold the place to the city council. Since then, Park Güell is a public park where we can still admire the ingenuity of Gaudí.

How to Get There:

Metro Lesseps and Vallcarca. Special bus from Metro Alfons X. Bus V19

What to See:

Walk the park and explore the viaducts. Enjoy the vantage point of the big plaza and discover the vanguardist ceramic medallions on the ceiling of the Hypostyle Room and take a picture in the staircase next to the salamander. Keep going downstairs and admire, on both sides of the main gate, the fairy tale reception building and the humble but beautiful porter’s house. Turn around and see how Gaudí plays with perspective to astonish the observer with the view from the entrance.


Barcelona became global thanks to two major events that took place in the hill of Montjuïc. In 1929, an International Exhibition brought to the hill dozens of pavilions and structures that never were dismantled. In 1992, Montjuïc was chosen as the central venue of Barcelona’s Summer Olympic Games. Nowadays, a visit to Montjuic is an exploration of the rich heritage remaining from these events, but also a way to escape the noise of the boisterous city.

How to Get There:

Metro Plaça Espanya and Funicular of Montjuïc. Buses D20, D40, V7 and h26.

What to See:

Visit Caixaforum, the Mies van der Rohe German pavilion and Poble Espanyol, the fair village reproducing the typical architecture of rural Spain. Explore MNAC art collection in Palau Nacional, the fair’s former central pavilion. Attend a show of Magic Fountain after sunset to see the water dance and change color following the rhythm of the music.

Visit Olympic Stadium and look around for the other Olympic venues. Explore the Botanical Garden to learn about Mediterranean vegetation. Climb to the Montjuic Castle or take a stroll on the seaside path to enjoy the views of the busy harbor and the Mediterranean Sea.


Doctor Andreu, famous for his cough pills, had a dream 120 years ago. In the summit of Tibidabo mountain, he led a real estate development that included a private amusement park and a funicular to provide easy access to the top of the mountain.

The housing initiative failed, but both the park and the funicular have survived. Parc d’Atraccions del Tibidabo is nowadays Europe’s second oldest amusement park, and it has the best view of the city. The lookout area is an open public square with several food stalls.

How to Get There:

Direct bus (Tibibus). Ferrocarrils Av. Tibidabo > bus 196 > Funicular of Tibidabo. Alternately, Ferrocarrils Peu del Funicular > Funicular of Vallvidrera > bus 111

What to See:

Enjoy the city views, ride the oldest attractions of the park (plane, carousel, watchtower and ferris wheel) and visit the automaton museum

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Camp Nou

Camp Nou is the stadium of FC Barcelona, the renowned soccer team. The site is a must-to-see place for soccer fans but also for those who want to understand why this historical multi-sport club is so important in the ethos of the local population.

How to Get There:

Metro stations of Collblanc and Palau Reial. Tram Av. Xile. Buses V1, H6 and  H8

What to See:

Visit the museum, which includes the collection, access to the actual changing room, the press conference room, and obviously, the stadium and the playing field.  

Sea Front

Lay on the clean beaches, stroll the pedestrian areas, eat in a popular restaurant or visit one of the many tourist attractions that populate the coastal line. The seafront has three main areas of interest: the historical fisherman quarter of Barceloneta and the old harbor, both attached to the old city; the area that was transformed during the Summer Olympic Games of 1992, and the area regenerated thanks to the Forum of Cultures of 2004.

How to Get There:

Barceloneta and Old Harbour Area: Metro Drassanes and Barceloneta. Buses h24, D20, D50, V13, V15, V17 and V19

Olympic Area: Metro and Tram Villa Olimpica. Buses h26, D20, V21, V23 and V27

Forum Area: Metro and Tram Forum. Buses h26, V29 and V33

What to See:

Barceloneta and Old Harbour Area: In the Old Harbour the main attractions are the Aquarium and the Museu d’Història de Catalunya. Visit the Barceloneta Market, lay during the day or party at night in Sant Sebastià beach. 

Olympic Area: Explore Olympic Village. Dine in a “xiringuito” (beach bar) and party at night in the discotheques of Olympic Harbour. Play volley beach with locals and expats in Nova Icaria beach. 

Forum Area: Visit Museu de Ciències Naturals located in the Forum building, a masterpiece of Herzog & de Meuron, Pritzker Prize winners, and erected as the central building of the Barcelona’s 2004 Forum of Cultures. Take a stroll in Parc del Forum and in Parc Diagonal Mar. Swim in the bathing area next to the huge photovoltaic solar power plant.

Barcelona Attractions: Top 25 – Barcelona10

In this article you will find the most famous attractions in Barcelona. Of course, there are many more interesting places in this city, but first, check out the top locations. If you want to get everywhere without a queue and at a discount, take the City Pass. Follow this link to find individual tickets for all the most famous attractions. And do not deny yourself the pleasure of ordering a tour in Russian, so as not only to admire, but also to learn a lot of new things. And to save money, you can download our audio guide.

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Sagrada Familia or Sagrada Familia

This is a temple of incredible beauty in the Eixample district, on which the great architect Antoni Gaudí worked since 1884. Work on the Sagrada Familia became the main goal of his life. Unfortunately, he died in 1925, never having finished building his great brainchild. The Sagrada Familia has not been completed even now, but the municipality plans to complete its construction in 2025, on the centenary of the death of the great architect.

You can go up the spiral staircase and you will see the expanses of the magical city. However, do not forget about the queues, so we advise you to purchase tickets in advance. There are always many people who want to.

Opening hours: the temple is open from April to September from 9:00 to 20:00, the rest of the year until 18:00.

Ticket price : 26 €, for students and pensioners – 24 €.

Our advice: it is better to buy a ticket in advance so as not to stand in line for 2-3 hours (sometimes all tickets are completely sold out on the Internet, and it is impossible to enter in a live queue). You can buy tickets in advance here. Or here is another entrance to the temple with a climb to the towers.

Metro: Sagrada Familia (Metro lines 2 and 5).

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Gothic Quarter (Barrio Gotico)

To admire the color of true Catalan architecture, visit the Gothic Quarter. This is just an open-air museum, which contains such a huge number of Gothic buildings that you will not find anywhere else in Europe. It was here that the Roman village of Barcino was located, which became the progenitor of the modern city.

Buildings of the 14th-15th centuries, as well as some buildings from Antiquity, have survived to this day. Between Carrer de la Tapineria and del Sots-Tinent Navarro you can see the remains of the Roman wall, in the center is the beautiful Cathedral of Saint Eulalia and the chapel. Most of the streets in this area are very narrow and winding and closed to traffic, which gives it a special atmosphere.

Address: Avda Placa de la Catedral, Gothic Quarter

Metro: Jaume I

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Park Guell

This fabulous park was also created by the architect Antoni Gaudi in the early 20th century in the upper part of Barcelona. Park Güell impresses first of all with its fabulous gingerbread houses and amazing mosaic sculptures. One of the most famous of them is this lizard.

Our tip: The best time to visit the park is in the morning or in the evening to avoid the heat and crowds of tourists.

Opening hours: November to February from 10:00 to 18:00, March and October from 10:00 to 19:00, April and September from 10:00 to 20:00, May and August from 10:00 to 21:00.

Ticket price : 10 € for adults, 7 € for children and people over 65. You can find tickets here.

Metro: Lesseps (Green Line, L3)

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Montjuic is a whole complex of attractions. It is here that the following famous places are located:

  • Fortress and tower of Montjuic
  • Estadio Olímpico Lluís Companys Olympic Stadium
  • The Singing Fountains of Barcelona (Font màgica de Montjuïc), a futuristic musical fountain beautifully lit at night
  • National Art Museum of Catalonia (Museu Nacional d’Art de Catalunya)
  • German Pavilion in Barcelona (Pavelló Mies van der Rohe)
  • Picasso and Joan Miro Museums
  • Miniature Spanish Village Poble Espanyol
  • The parks of Montjuïc are good walking alleys frequented by cyclists and rollerbladers

Our advice: we recommend that you spend at least one day visiting Montjuic, ending with the performance of the singing fountains. Not far away you can have an inexpensive and very tasty meal at the Wok restaurant.

Metro: From Parallel‎ metro on the funicular (Funicular de Montjuïc) to Passeig de Miramar, to go higher, you need to walk to the Teleferico cable car station and take another funicular. View tickets for the funicular here.

Buses: No. 50 or No. 55 to the Teleferico cable car base.

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If you’re traveling with kids, Mount Tibidabo is a great choice, and there’s also an amusement park that kids will love.

Getting there: First you need to take the brown metro line number 7 to Tibidabo station (Avinguda del Tibidabo), then take the elevator. When exiting the subway across the road you will see a tram stop of the old blue tram (Tramvia Blau). The fare costs €4.8 one way. The tram will take you to the funicular. A ride on the funicular will cost you €7.5 one way.

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Casa Battló

Casa Battló in Barcelona, ​​which in Russian is also called the House of Batlo or Casa Battló, is one of the most unusual works of Antonio Gaudí . There is not a single straight line in the house, even the pipes on the roof have bizarre shapes. Gaudí is said to have been inspired by nature itself.

Opening hours: from 9:00 to 21:00 (last entry at 20:20). On special visit days, the museum closes at 2:00 pm. The museum is closed on public holidays.

Ticket price: 25 €; students, pensioners – 18.50 €; children under 7 years old – free of charge. The audio guide is included in the ticket price. Tickets can and must be purchased in advance.

Address : Passeig de Gracia 43, Barcelona

Metro: Passeig de Grasia (line L 3), walk from Casa Mila to Casa Batlló

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Casa Mila

This is Gaudí’s last secular work. Having completed this commission for the Mila family, the architect devoted himself completely to work on the Sagrada Familia. You can find out more about this attraction in the article “House Mila in Barcelona”

Opening hours: open from 09:00 to 20:00 in summer, closes at 18:30 in other months.

Ticket price : €25, students and children €12. 50, children under 6 free. You can buy tickets in advance using this link.

Address : Carrer Provença, 261, 08008, Barcelona, ​​Espagne

Metro: Diagonal (lines 3 and 5)

Buses: 7 ,16,17, 22, 24 and 28.


Barcelona’s coastline is about 4.5 km long. Fascinating views, golden sand, light sea breeze will help you take a break from the bustle of the city and active sightseeing. Here, on the beaches of Barcelona , under the hot Spanish sun, you can relax with a glass of sangria, build a sand castle with your children, and if you prefer active holidays, you can try your hand at beach sports.

The beaches of Barcelona are well maintained and very well equipped. Equipped with various services (cafes, first-aid posts, showers, toilets, lifeguards, police stations, sun loungers and parasols), they provide a pleasant stay at sea. And the best part is that they are all completely free!

Useful information: On average, sunbeds cost €6 per person and an umbrella €5.

  • Sant Sebastia – Metro: Barceloneta, line L4
  • Barceloneta – Metro: Barceloneta and Ciutadella, line L4
  • Mar Bella – Metro: Selva de Mar, line L4
  • Nova Mar Bella – Metro: Selva de Mar and El Marsesme, line
  • Llevant – Metro: Selva de Mar, line L4
  • Nova Icaria – Metro: Ciutadella and Bogatell, line L4
  • Sant Miquel – Metro: Barceloneta and Ciutadella
  • Bogatell – Metro: Line L4 – stop Poblenou and Llacuna
  • Zona Banys Forum – Metro: Maresme and Forum
  • Somorrostro – Metro: Barceloneta and Ciutadella Villa, line L4

Comfortable beach hotels are located along the coast.

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Here visitors can walk through the 80-meter underwater tunnel, admiring the sharks, rays, octopuses and other marine life. More than 11,000 marine life, representatives of 450 species, live in three dozen giant aquariums.

Opening hours: Monday to Friday from 9:30 to 21:00, Saturday, Sunday and public holidays from 9:30 to 21:00. In June and September from 9:30 to 21:30, in July and August from 9:30 to 23:00.

Ticket price: children under 3 years old – free of charge, an adult ticket costs 25 €, for children from 5 to 10 years old – 18 €, from 3 to 4 years old – 10 €. To avoid standing in line, buy tickets at this link. And don’t forget to pick up a free guide at the information desk.

Address : Moll d’Espanya, 7, Barcelona, ​​Espanya

Metro: Drassanes (line L3) or Barceloneta (line L4)

La Rambla 900 09

More than a kilometer of a beautiful pedestrian avenue from Plaza Catalunya to the sea is almost always filled with walking tourists and locals, musicians, artists who will draw your portrait on paper in a matter of minutes, magicians and sellers of various pleasant trifles. This is the most famous avenue in Barcelona, ​​consisting of five small boulevards that are elegantly connected to each other.

Here you can drink water from an ancient fountain, buy flowers or a bird and see Gaudí’s houses. From here we recommend starting your acquaintance with the city. Trees grow on both sides of the avenue, under the crowns of which it will be pleasant to walk even on a hot day. And with a light breeze, the salty smell of the sea reaches the avenue.

Address: El paseo de La Rambla, Barcelona, ​​España

Metro: Drassanes, Liceu (L3), Cataluña (Metro lines 1 and 3)

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Monument to Columbus

The opening of the monument to Christopher Columbus was dedicated to the World Exhibition of 1888. A seven-meter bronze statue of the navigator crowns a metal column, which is located directly opposite the old port, where this traveler moored after the discovery of America. If you want to view the center from a height of 60 meters, take the elevator, which is located inside the column, to the observation deck. From there you have a superb view of the Rambla, the mountains and the port of Barcelona.

Opening hours: from 8:30 to 20:30, January 6 and December 26 from 8:30 to 14:30. January 1 and December 25 closed.

Ticket price: €7.20, book in advance here.

Address: Plaza del Portal de la Pau, s/n, Barcelona, ​​España

Metro: Drassanes (L3)

Bus: 59, 120, D2 0, h24, V13.

CosmoCaixa Science Museum

Science has never been more exciting than in this amazing museum! According to thousands of travelers, this is the best science museum in existence. It has hundreds of interactive exhibits that visually talk about the laws of nature. It will be interesting not only for children, but also for adults to conduct physical experiments and discover for themselves the train of thought of great scientists.

Right inside the museum building, you will be surprised to find a piece of the real Amazonian jungle and see how their inhabitants live. The next building houses a digital planetarium. This is a real window into space, where astronomical theories, discoveries and secrets of the universe are told through digital performances. In the evening, in good weather, thanks to the technology of the planetarium, you can enjoy the view of the close stars and planets.

Opening hours: from 10:00 to 20:00; January 5, December 24 and 31 from 10:00 to 18:00; closed January 1, 6, December 25.

Ticket price: 6 €. Up to 16 years old and for CaixaBank customers free of charge.

Address: Carrer d’Isaac Newton, 26, Barcelona

Metro: Av.Tibidabo (Metro line 7)


Barceloneta (La Barceloneta)

For many, Barceloneta is the beaches, but there are also many interesting things to do in the coastal quarter. Walking or cycling through the park, where the modernist Torre de les Aigües rises, or along the narrow southern streets, you will leave pleasant memories of the atmosphere of this area. There are no fancy buildings here, but there are many bars and restaurants for every taste. Some of them even overlook the Mediterranean Sea.

Be sure to try your favorite Spanish drink vermut, stop by the local fruit market, or take the funicular that was built in 1929 for the International Exhibition by air up to Montjuïc. Take a look at the Museum of the History of Catalonia for 4.5 €. On its roof, by the way, there is an observation deck. And in Barceloneta there are casinos, clubs, discos and a large shopping center Maremagnum.

Address: Pla de Palau, Barcelona

Metro: Barceloneta (L4)

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Picasso Museum

Museum dedicated to the work of the famous artist from Malaga, located in five Gothic buildings at once 13 15 centuries of construction. The collection of the museum, opened on the initiative of Pablo Picasso himself, has more than 4,200 unique works, so the queues at the box office can upset anyone. We recommend that you take care of tickets in advance (here you can get a pass to 6 of the most popular museums at once). In addition to other paintings, here you can get acquainted with the famous Las Meninas series, the prototype of which was the work of the same name by Diego Velázquez.

Opening hours: from 9:00 to 19:00; Thursdays from 9:00 to 21:30. January 5, December 24 and 31 from 9:00 to 14:00

Ticket price: 12 €, you can book a visit to the museum with a guided tour here. Thursdays from 18:00 to 21:30, the first Sunday of each month, February 12, May 18 and September 24 are free.

Address: Carrer Montcada, 15-23, 08003, Barcelona

Metro: Jaume I (Metro line 4)

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El parque de la Ciutadella

This is one of the most famous and beloved parks in the Catalan capital. There is not only what is usually found in parks around the world (picnic lawns, benches, well-groomed paths, a lake with boat rentals, a fountain, etc.), but also a zoo, a statue of a mammoth and suddenly the Parliament of Catalonia.

Young Antonio Gaudí, long before the start of the construction of the monumental Sagrada Familia, had a hand in the design of the Ciutadella park. Fountain Grand Cascade – his work. Mass festivities are held annually in the Ciutadella Park, including those dedicated to the patroness of the city of Our Lady of Mercy – La Mercé.

Opening hours: from 10:00 am to sunset

Ticket price: Free

Address: Passeig Picasso, Barcelona

Metro: Ciutadella, Villa Olímpica (Metro Line 4)

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Palace of Catalan Music

This magnificent example of early 20th century Catalan modernism is the work of the architect Lluís Domènech y Montaner. Currently, both classical symphony concerts and performances by contemporary local and foreign musicians are held here.

Since the building itself is magnificent even without music, here you can get on a guided tour, which will show you the most interesting corners that you simply cannot see during the concert. Within an hour, you will be told the history of the building in one of five languages ​​to choose from (unfortunately, not yet in Russian). There is also a wonderful cafe in the lobby.

Opening hours: from 9:00 to 15:30; on Easter and in July from 10:00 to 18:00, in August from 9:00 to 18:00

Ticket price: 18 €, students and pensioners – 11 €, up to 10 years – free of charge

Address: Calle Palau de la Música, 4, Barcelona

Metro: Urquinaona (L1, L4)

Camp Nou

90 002 This stadium, owned by the Barcelona football club, regularly plays out serious passions. Here, since 1957, bright meetings have been held between the best clubs in Europe and the world, including the World Cup. At this “elite stadium”, as UEFA designated it, up to 99 thousand (!) 354 spectators can see the match at a time.

Here is the most visited museum in Catalonia, the Club Barcelona Museum. In addition, sometimes music events are held here, as well as competitions in other sports, such as rugby.

Opening hours: Monday to Thursday guided visit only. Fridays from 15:00 to 19:30; on Saturdays from 10:00 to 19:30; on Sundays from 10:00 to 15:00

Ticket price: 59 €, children – 48 €, up to 3 years – free of charge

Address: Calle d’Arístides Maillol, 12, Barcelona

Metro: Palau Reial, María Cristina, Les Corts (L3), Collblanc (L5, L9)


Bunker del Carmel

You are not mistaken. Indeed, we invite you to look into a real military bunker. True, the purpose of the visit will not be an excursion into recent Spanish history. From here you have the best view of Barcelona.

Once upon a time, 360-degree visibility was of strategic importance. Turo de la Rovira was built in 1937, from here the defense was carried out during the civil war. After the victory of the Phalanx, the fortifications were destroyed, even the real name of the place was lost, but a beautiful view of the city remained. Now the observation deck of the “bunker” has become a favorite place for selfies.

Address: Calle Maria Lavernia, 59, Barcelona

Metro: Coll-La Teixonera, El Carmel (Metro line 5)

Wirrain Palace

This 18th century palace has an absolutely magnificent baroque façade. It overlooks the Rambla and it is simply impossible to pass by without noticing it. The palace was built in 1777 by the former viceroy of Peru after his return to his homeland.

Currently, the palace houses a cultural center – the Center de la Imatge, which regularly organizes temporary exhibitions and other events.

Opening hours: from 12:00 to 20:00. Closed on Mondays, January 1st, May 1st, December 25th and 26th.

Ticket price: free

Address: La Rambla, 99, Barcelona

Metro: Liceu (L3), Cataluya (L1, L3)

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Orta Labyrinth Park

In one of the corners of the park there is the oldest garden in the city. It was broken in 1802 and until 1967 was intended exclusively for the private walks of its owners. The name of the park is not a joke, it really has a labyrinth of cypresses. Be careful – it’s really hard to get out of it. While you are looking for a way out, you will be accompanied by figures from classical mythology, such as Eros. Children will most of all like another section of the park, where real green sculptures are created from living shrubs.

Opening hours: from November to March from 10:00 to 19:00, from April to October from 10:00 to 20:00. December 25 from 9:00 to 14:00.

Ticket price: 2.23 €, up to 14 years old – 1.42 €, pensioners and children under 5 years old – free of charge. Free admission for everyone – September 24, Wednesdays and Sundays.

Address: Paseo Castanyers/Calle Germans Desvalls, Barcelona

Metro: Mundet (L3)

National Art Museum of Catalonia (MNAC)

Since 1990, the National Art Museum of Catalonia has mainly exhibited works by local artists, sculptors and photographers, and all temporary exhibitions are directly related to Catalan art. Here you can see objects belonging to different eras from Romanesque times to the middle of the 20th century. The museum boasts an excellent collection of numismatics, numbering more than 135,000 items from the 6th century BC. BC. Until now. And from the observation deck of the museum you can enjoy the beautiful panorama of Barcelona.

Opening hours:

  • October to April:
    Tuesday-Saturday from 10:00 to 18:00,
  • from May to September:
    Tuesday-Saturday from 10:00 to 20:00,
  • Sundays and holidays from 10:00 to 15:00,
  • Mondays, January 1st, May 1st, December 25th closed.

Ticket price: 12 € (valid for 2 days). Under 16s and over 65s free.

Address: Palau Nacional (Parque de Montjuic), Barcelona

Metro: España (L1, L3)

zero kilometer”, from where all the roads of the country begin. And Barcelona has its own Plaza Catalunya, which symbolically fulfills the same role for Barcelona. From here, by the way, the Rambla and de Gracia avenues begin, along which any self-respecting tourist should definitely walk at least once. It would be good to keep this area in mind as a guideline when traveling around the Catalan capital.

The wind rose is depicted in the center of the square. Along the perimeter it is decorated with fountains, trees and sculptures. Since 1927, young people have been gathering on this square, meetings have been scheduled and mass events have been held. The square is best decorated on New Year’s Eve. By the way, in the vicinity of Plaza Catalunya is a good place for shopping.

Address: Plaza de Cataluña, Barcelona

Metro: Cataluña (Metro lines 1 and 3)

Pedralbes Monastery

Gothic-style buildings, a medieval garden, an altarpiece, stained glass windows from the 14th century and a collection of ancient religious objects will be of great interest to history buffs. The former monastery, founded in 1326 by King James II of Aragon, since 1931 partly became the Museum of the history of the city. But even now, several nuns live in the neighborhood of the museum.

Opening hours:

  • October to March:
    Tuesday-Friday from 10:00 to 14:00,
    Saturday and Sunday from 10:00 to 17:00;
  • from April to September:
    Tuesday-Friday from 10:00 to 17:00,
    Saturday from 10:00 to 19:00,
  • Sunday from 10:00 to 20:00;
  • on holidays from 10:00 to 14:00;
  • on Mondays, January 1, May 1, June 24, December 25 – closed.

Ticket price: €5, children under 16 free of charge. Sundays from 15:00 – free for everyone. The first Sunday of the month is free admission. Children under 18 can only visit the museum accompanied by an adult.

Address: Baixada del Monestir, 9, Barcelona

Metro: María Cristina, Palau Reial (Metro Line 3)

Maritime Museum (MMB)

In a city by the sea, there simply cannot be a Maritime Museum. The building represents the royal shipyards built between 1283 and 1390. In addition to this monument of Gothic architecture, at present you can see models of caravels, on which Columbus made his first trip to the American shores, documents, tools and objects that accompanied him during this historical event. Outside the museum, you can also visit the schooner Santa Eulalia, also owned by MMB, for a fee (€3).

Baluard Garden Hours: 1st and 3rd Sunday of the month from 11:00 to 14:00

Museum hours: from 10:00 to 20:00; December 24 and 31 from 10:00 to 15:00; closed on 1, 6 January, 25 and 26 December.

Ticket price: €7, students under 25 and over 65 years old €3.5.

Address: Avenida de les Drassanes, s/n, Barcelona

Metro: Drassanes (L3), Parallel (L2, L3)

Poblenou Olympic Village

After the Summer Olympics, which took place in Barcelona in 1992, one of the city’s most interesting sights has become the Olympic Village. Buildings of hotels and other skyscrapers were originally built both for the residence of athletes during the Games, and in order to improve the appearance of the area, which has long been associated with the very first port in Barcelona. At present, there is a park, and an embankment, and a transformed Olympic port, where yachts turn white. There are also a large number of bars and restaurants, where we recommend visiting after a walk by the sea. And in the northern part is the Nueva Icaria beach.

Address: Villa Olímpica, Barcelona

Metro: Ciutadella, Villa Olímpica (Metro line 4)

Tram: T4

And even this is not all the sights of Barcelona! You can walk endlessly in this bright, old and at the same time new city, finding interesting places, picturesque nooks and crannies and valuable architectural masterpieces.

Have a nice walk in Barcelona!

Top 10 top scorers in Barcelona history. Who were the company of Messi and Luis Suarez?

“Football-Fan” talks about the ten best goalscorers in the history of the Blaugranas, the game of the most productive of which – Leo Messi and Luis Suarez – we have the pleasure to enjoy right now.

But who else made it into the top 10? We have an answer!

Total (in official tournaments): 128 goals

Breakdown of goals by tournament: Spanish Championship – 97 goals, Spanish Cup – 26 goals, other tournaments – 5 goals

Barcelona years: 1940-1948

Date of birth: October 20, 1919

Date of death: September 9, 1998

Also played for the following clubs: Sant Andreu, Gimnastic, Zaragoza

#OnThisDay in 1998, former Barcelona player (1939-48) Mariano Martín dies aged 78 in Cabrils.

— Barça OTD (@barcaotd) September 9, 2017

Spanish striker Mariano Martin joined the Blaugranas at a very difficult time – and as a result managed to become one of the best scorers in the history of the Catalan club. The native of the town of Dueñas has 128 goals for Barcelona, ​​which not only helped the Barsiks win two league titles (1945, 1948) and one Copa del Rey (1942), but also brought the attacker to the 10th line in the consolidated ranking.

Moreover, the successes of Mariano Martin did not go unnoticed by the coaching staff of the Spanish national team: the striker made his debut for Furia Roja on April 1942nd year against Germany (1:1). However, it was not possible to gain a foothold in the “national team”: in total, Martin played for the “red fury” in only 3 matches, while not scoring goals. And what season at Barça was the most successful for Marino on an individual basis? Of course – the 1942/43 championship, in which the striker upset the opponents’ gates 32 times in 23 matches and became the top scorer in La Liga, having won the Pichichi Trofeo.

Total (in official tournaments): 130 goals

Breakdown of goals by tournament: La Liga – 86 goals, Copa del Rey – 13 goals, Champions League – 25 goals, other tournaments – 6 goals 47 years)

Also played for the following clubs: Santa Cruz, Mogi Mirin, Corinthians, Palmeiras, Deportivo, Milan, Cruzeiro, Olympiacos, AEK (Athens), Bunyodkor, Sao Paulo, Cabushcorp, San Cayetano


The great Brazilian, who traveled around the world in search of fame and money, left his mark on the Camp Nou, scoring 130 goals for Barça in various tournaments. He joined the Barsik in 1997, moving from Deportivo for $ 26 million – and in his first season he became the team’s second most productive player, scoring 19 goals in 34 fights. In total, with the Blaugranas, Rivaldo took the gold medals of the Spanish Championship twice (1998, 1999), and also lifted the UEFA Super Cup over his head once (1997) and the Spanish Cup (1998).

And back in 1999, a double personal triumph awaited him: Rivaldo was awarded both the Golden Ball and the title of FIFA Player of the Year! True, at the end of the second season at Barca, the Brazilian was extremely close to leaving: the reason for this was the unsuccessful performance of the Catalan giant in the Champions League – but the issue was quickly removed from the agenda. Fortunately, the ensuing quarrel with Barcelona coach Louis van Gaal also did not affect Rivaldo’s performance. He will leave the Camp Nou only in the summer of 2002, moving to the Italian Milan as a free agent0003

Total (in official tournaments): 130 goals

Breakdown of goals by tournaments: Spanish championship – 108 goals, Spanish Cup – 2 goals, European cups – 18 goals, other tournaments – 2 goals 9000 3

years appearances in Barcelona: 2004-2009

Date of birth: March 10, 1981 (38 years old)

Also played for the following clubs: Real (Madrid), Leganes, Espanyol, Mallorca, Inter, Anji, Chelsea, Everton, Sampdoria, Antalyaspor, Konyaspor, Qatar SC

Cameroonian Sammy Eto’o repeated the achievement of the Brazilian Rivaldo, scoring the same 130 goals in the Barça jersey. To do this, it took him five years and 199 matches – only one fight was not enough to complete a beautiful round number!

Photo: Antalyaspor

Samuel moved to the Camp Nou from Mallorca, where he scored 48 goals in 120 matches: his transfer cost the Blaugranas bosses 24 million euros. It is noteworthy that Eto’o scored a goal for the new club already in his debut match, upsetting Racing (finish 2:0). Looking ahead, we note that with Barcelona Samuel collected a rich collection of trophies and awards – namely 8: among them – 2 triumphs in the Champions League (2006, 2009), 3 “gold” Examples (2005, 2006, 2009), Spanish Cup-2009 and 2 national Super Cups (2005, 2006). Solid! Eto’o can also boast of winning the prestigious Trofeo Pichichi: in the 2005/06 season, the African scoring became the top scorer in La Liga with 26 goals in the asset.

With the arrival of Josep Guardiola at the Camp Nou, Samuel had to think about his future. Yes, he played for the Blaugranas for another year and scored 36 goals (only 2 goals behind Messi), which helped the Catalan club win the trophy treble (Liga + National Cup + Champions League). But after this unconditional triumph, Sammy packed his bags and went to conquer Inter Milan, becoming part of the deal to acquire Zlatan Ibrahimovic by Barca (the Barsiki not only gave Eto’o away, but also paid an extra 46 million euros to get the Swede) .

Total (in official tournaments): 143 goals

Breakdown of goals by tournament: La Liga – exact data not available, Copa del Rey – 35 goals

Years of playing in Barcelona »: 1912-1916 , 1918-1927

Date of birth: October 7, 1896

Date of death: February 13, 1964

Also played for the following clubs: Bohemian Sport ing Club

It’s hard to say how many league goals Paulino Alcantara scored for Barça in the championships, because the statistics in the Catalan championship, where this glorious club played at that time, are not accurate. However, it is known for certain that in the Spanish Cup the striker managed to score 35 goals, and in total he has 143 accurate hits in a blue-garnet T-shirt!

Part time soldier.

Part time footballer.

FC Barcelona’s first ever superstar, Paulino Alcántara.

— totalBarça (@totalBarca) October 27, 2017

True, such solid results could not have been: in 1916, the Alcantara family returned to the Philippines, taking their son with them. Barcelona was very upset by the separation from the young goalscorer and made attempts to return him to Spain – alas, in vain. But then chance intervened: Paulino fell ill with malaria, which was the reason for returning to Catalonia. Interestingly, Alcantara immediately began to be used as a defender, but this did not bring any special dividends. And then the “socios” demanded that the boy be returned to his usual place – to attack. How correct this decision was – we clearly see from the statistics of his further spectacular and, most importantly, extremely effective performances. What are 10 gold medals of the Catalan Championship and 5 King’s Cups worth!

Total (in official tournaments): 167 goals

Breakdown of goals by tournament: La Liga – 93 goals, Copa del Rey – 34 goals, other tournaments – 40 goals

90 017 Barcelona years Date of birth: 1934-1937, 1940-1948

Date of birth: August 28, 1914

Date of death: March 7, 1998

Also played for such clubs: Sants, Set

Molt necessari aquest llibre de @flytoapia sobre Josep Escolà, un dels mites del FC Barcelona avui dia injustament oblidat. S’ha fet justice.

— Manuel Tomás (@1964Manel) June 12, 2019

A native of Barcelona, ​​having gained experience in the modest Sants (Spanish third division), made his debut for the main club in the region in early December 1934 under the strict guidance of entrenador Franz Platko. He scored in the first match for Barcelona (with a score of 0:4 the Arena Club suffered) and helped the blue garnets win the Catalan-19 championship35. A year later, the championship title was successfully defended – and then a forced pause came in Spanish football: the Civil War broke out.

But Barcelona did not stop playing, going on a friendly tour to Mexico and the United States – of course, taking with them a scoring pupil. In 1937, Escola “surfaced” in the French “Set”, for which he would play for two seasons in a row – after which he would again join the native heart of Barcelona. This time, forever. How successful was this period for Escola? Together with the Blaugranas, he managed to triumph twice in La Liga (1945, 1948), as well as win the 1942 Copa del Rey final (in Madrid they defeated Athletic Bilbao, 4:3). In 1948, Josep Escola, who had scored 167 goals by that time, decided to hang up his boots: paradoxically, even seven decades later, he manages to maintain a place in the middle of the top 10 best scorers of the Blue Garnet in the entire club history!

Total (in official tournaments): 179 goals (as of 09/25/2019)

Breakdown of goals by tournament: La Liga – 133 goals, Copa del Rey – 19 goals, Champions League – 20 goals, other tournaments – 7 goals Date of birth: January 24, 1987 (32 years old)

Also played for the following clubs: Nacional, Groningen, Ajax, Liverpool

Vampire – one of the brightest, charismatic and, most importantly, productive forwards of our time. The Uruguayan joined the Blaugranas back in 2014: he was bought in July of that year from the English Liverpool for 81.72 million euros. It was the largest amount ever paid for this toothy striker: at one time, the purchase of Suarez cost the Dutch Groningen 800 thousand euros and Ajax 7. 5 million euros (July 2006 and August 2007, respectively). ), and the Merseysiders themselves – 26.5 million euros (January 2011).

Photo: FC Barcelona

The Blue Garnet’s investment has paid off: in these five years, Luis Suárez has become one of the most prolific strikers in the history of the Catalan giants, finishing 5th in Barcelona’s combined goalscoring rankings with 179 goals in official meetings (data are given at the end of September 2019). Given the fact that the Uruguayan striker is bound by a contract with Barsiki until the end of the 2020/21 season, there is no doubt that if the Blue Garnet still don’t take a radical step and decide to sell Suarez in order to recapture part of the money and rejuvenate the offensive line – Luis has a real chance to enter the top 3 best Barca strikers of all time, displacing Josep Samitier and Laszlo Kubala from their old positions! And at the same time to replenish your award list, which for the period of performances in the Catalan superclub has 13 trophies: 4 gold medals of the championship of Spain (2015, 2016, 2018, 2019), 4 National Cups (2015, 2016, 2017, 2018), 2 Spanish Super Cups (2016, 2018), as well as the “big-eared” Cup of the Champions League-2015, UEFA Super Cup-2015 and CFM-2015.

Total (in official tournaments): 184 goals

Breakdown of goals by tournament: La Liga – no exact data, Copa del Rey – 65 goals

e”: 1919-1932

Date of birth: February 2, 1902

Date of death: May 4, 1972

Also played for the following clubs: Real Madrid, Nice chik” – a classic example of a successful football player who could also become a very prominent head coach. When he was a player, this native of Barcelona managed to become 12-time champion of Catalonia, win 5 national Cups (1920, 1922, 1925, 1926, 1928), and also triumph in La Liga-1929. During his stay at Barcelona, ​​Samitier officially scored 184 goals, and if you count the balls in other tournaments that the chroniclers do not add to the general statistics, then he has 333 accurate hits on his account!

One of his fondest memories was the day Josep Samitier came to a training session.

Yes, his advice was to train with chairs ?

— FC Barcelona (@FCBarcelona) January 17, 2019

It is curious that Samitier, after leaving Barca, moved to the camp of Real Madrid (1932-1934; 8 matches, 4 goals), which slightly spoiled his karma in the eyes of the Catalan fans. And Josep played out in the French championship, defending the colors of Nice (1936-1939; 82/47). Switching to the coaching field, Samitier led Barça to the championship title in the Spanish La Liga in 1945, and then, already working as a scout, managed to invite the Hungarian striker Laszlo Kubala to the Catalan club, who would later become one of the most formidable and productive strikers in history ” blue garnet!

After the death of Josep Samitier in 1972, one of the streets in Barcelona that leads to the Camp Nou stadium was named after him. Is this recognition of his highest merits?

Total (in official tournaments): 194 goals

Breakdown of goals by tournament: La Liga – 131 goals, Copa del Rey – 49 goals, other tournaments – 14 goals

9 0017 Barcelona years : 1951-1961

Date of birth: June 10, 1927

Date of death: May 17, 2002

Also played for the following clubs: Ganz TE, Ferencváros, Slovan (Bratislava), Vasas, Pro Patria , Hungaria, Espanyol, Zurich, Toronto Falcons

Hungarian striker Laszlo Kubala, also known as Ladislav, became a Barcelona legend during his lifetime. For more than ten years of a career spent at the Camp Nou, “Gypsy” scored under two hundred goals, forever inscribing his name in the history of not only Spanish, but also world football. Moreover, when the “barsiki” celebrated the centenary of the founding of their glorious club (and it was in 1999th), the fans called Ladislav Kubala the best footballer ever to play for Barcelona! He also took second place in the “Best Footballer of the 20th Century in Europe” poll, right behind Johan Cruyff.

FC Barcelona’s László Kubala celebrating with fans v Sporting Gijón in 1952. The match ended 9-0. He scored 7 goals.

— The Antique Football (@AntiqueFootball) May 14, 2016

But the glory days in the blue garnet T-shirt for Kubala might not come: in season 1952/53 Ladislav, who by that time had been dusting for the “barsiki” in official matches for a year, fell ill with tuberculosis. But the iron character and unbending will allowed the Hungarian to return to duty and lead the team behind him. As a result – the national treble, which included the gold medals of the championship, as well as winning the Cup and the Super Bowl! In total, Kubala helped Barca win four league titles (1952, 1953, 1959, 1960), as well as take 5 Spanish Cups (1951, 1952, 1953, 1957, 1959), Latin Cup (1952) and 2 Fairs Cups (1958, 1960).

And Kubala, of course, warmed the soul of one amazing individual achievement, which the current stars of the first magnitude can only dream of: in the match of the championship of Spain in 1951/52 against Sporting from Gijon, Ladislav scored 7 (!) goals, and Barcelona won that match with a crushing score of 9:0!

Total (in official tournaments): 232 goals0 goals, Copa del Rey 36 goals, other tournaments 6 goals

Barcelona years: 1942-1955

Date of birth: July 6, 1920

Date of death: 9 0018 March 1, 1995

Also played for the following clubs: Granada, Spain Industrial, Cultural Leonesa, Perpignan, Elche

Barcelona’s second all-time top scorer goes to Spanish striker Cesar Rodriguez Alvarez (aka Cesar), who managed to reach the mark of 232 goals in 351 official matches played in the Blaugranas shirt. It was only more than fifty years later that Cesar was thrown off his bombarding throne – of course, you can easily name his successor!

César Rodríguez Álvarez one of @FCBarcelona_cat greatest ever players discovered by Don Patricio in 1939 scored 235goals only beaten by Messi @sidlowe @AaronGallagher8 @jasonpettigrove @totalBarca @Barca @barcahistory3 @flytoapia @barcaotd @BarcaEnDirecto @queenofcastoffs #B arca /yx9ERPjRWw

— Patrick O’Connell (@PatricioFund) February 10, 2018

Joining Barcelona in 1939, Cesar Rodriguez did not get his chance right away: at first 19The year-old native of Leon was waiting for a loan link to Granada, in which he ran back until 1942 (24 matches, 23 goals). And already in the first season at the Camp Nou, Cesar scored 15 goals in 24 matches, making a significant contribution to winning the champion title. Cesar boasts an impressive collection of awards, including 5 La Liga gold medals (1945, 1948, 1949, 1952, 1953), 3 Spanish Cups (1951, 1952, 1953) and 2 Latin Cups (1949, 1952). Barsiki striker won the first and last Trofeo Pichichi at 1949th thanks to the fact that he managed to flash the gates of his opponents 28 times. Let’s not forget that Cesar joined the Rohi Fury at the 1950 World Cup.

At the age of 35, Cesar Rodriguez went to finish playing in clubs of smaller caliber, and after 5 years he decided to hang up his boots. After the end of his career, he coached a number of teams, including Barcelona (1963/64) – but he failed to achieve success with the Blaugranas in this field.

Total (in official tournaments): 603 goals (as of 09/25/2019)

Ranking of goals by tournament: La Liga – 419 goals, Copa del Rey – 51 goals, Champions League – 112 goals, other tournaments – 21 goals

Barcelona ”: 2004 – Our time (the contract is valid until June 30, 2021)

Date of birth: June 24, 1987 (32 years old)

also played for the following clubs: all his career spent the entire career in Barcelona

A man-phenomenon that absolutely everyone on this planet knows about – and even the most distant from the Game of Millions! Lionel Messi has long acquired the status of a celestial being, so once again describing his achievements in Barcelona, ​​to which he devoted his entire professional career and where, with a high degree of probability, he will end his professional performances, it means that you will certainly run into self-citation.