Bordered by the Mediterranean Sea and surrounded by havens of nature, Barcelona is an eclectic mix of city and country; suburban and seaside. As the second largest city in Spain, Barcelona attracts millions of tourists every year to sample its world-class culinary scene, sun-drenched beaches, sublime showcasing of nature, architectural gems, and a diverse list of urban and oceanfront activities. Home to the iconic Sagrada Familia, Casa Mìla, and Park Güell, Barcelona also pays tribute to art, showcasing some of the most highly esteemed projects created by homegrown Catalan artist, Gaudi, as well as paying homage to several other international artists in their own independent museums. A place that marries beauty and art, Barcelona is also a diverse mix of architecture, with the enchanting Gothic Quarter established in one part of the city and a congregation of commercial skyscrapers in another. Relatable yet exotic, this Catalan city is just begging to be explored.