Barcelona is the second largest city in Spain, after Madrid, and one of the most popular places to visit in Spain. It attracts many more tourists than the capital city, and a key reason for this is the art and architecture that adorn the streets, the walls, the buildings and the parks in Barcelona. It is also home to a lot of the work done by master architect Antoni Gaudi, such as La Sagarda Familia, Park Guell, Casa Mila and Casa Batlo – all major tourist places in Spain. Like Madrid, Barcelona has a colourful food and drink scene and a lively atmosphere during the night time, especially in summer months. Don’t leave Barcelona without taking a stroll down Las Ramblas – the iconic, tree-lined central street of the Catalonian capital.