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Located in one of the most exclusive areas of Barcelona, our apartments offer privileged access to the fusion of history and modernity that characterizes the city.

Barcelona is a paradise for culture lovers, with a varied offering that reflects its rich history and contemporary avant-garde.

From the majestic architecture of Gaudí, seen in the Sagrada Familia and Park Güell, to the historical charm of the Gothic Quarter, with its medieval alleys, this city is a visual feast for all who visit it. In addition to its iconic monuments, Barcelona hosts a wealth of art museums showcasing everything from classical art to the latest trends.

What to do in Barcelona


Gothic Quarter

The old town of Barcelona, known for its medieval charm and labyrinth of narrow streets, is a window to the city's past. With its historic buildings, picturesque squares, and a wealth of traditional shops and restaurants, the Gothic Quarter is home, among other things, to the imposing Barcelona Cathedral.

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Park Güell

This emblematic jewel of the city, a stroke of genius by architect Antoni Gaudí, combines nature and architecture in a space with magnificent views of the city. Declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site.


Picasso Museum

The Picasso Museum stands as the fundamental epicenter for understanding the formative years of Pablo Picasso, where the genius of the young artist unfolds through a remarkable collection of 4,251 works that make up its permanent exhibition. This space reveals not only his talent but also his close and inseparable relationship with Barcelona.


Sagrada Familia

Undoubtedly the most emblematic monument of Barcelona, the Sagrada Familia is an architectural masterpiece designed by Antoni Gaudí. This monumental basilica, which began construction in 1882, is still ongoing and is expected to be completed in the next decade. Known for its surrealistic design and unique modernist architecture, it embodies Gaudí's innovative vision and creative genius.


The National Art Museum of Catalonia (MNAC)

The MNAC exhibition highlights Romanesque and Modernist art, including works by Gaudí and Casas. The collection spans Romanesque mural painting, renowned Renaissance and Baroque artists such as Titian and Velázquez, along with a photography collection.


Palau de la Música Catalana

The Palau de la Música Catalana, a gem of Catalan modernism, stands out as an internationally recognized architectural pearl. It was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1997, solidifying its status as an essential cultural and social symbol in the life of Catalonia. It currently hosts a diverse program of concerts and live music.

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At Isabella’s House, we offer you a selection of our favorite spots in the city, carefully chosen to provide you with an unforgettable experience.

From the charming historical corners of the old town to the vibrant, modern neighborhoods, there's a universe of things to do in Barcelona.