INTA Barcelona: Our Top 1O Tips!

24 Mar, 2017

Why not explore the beautiful location of this year's INTA Annual Meeting?



Barceloneta beaches

“The iconic Barceloneta beaches are a must see in Barcelona! Luckily INTA’s Opening Ceremony, Welcome Reception, and Grand Finale will be held in Barceloneta, only a 10-15 minute cab ride from the Fira Gran Via’s Exhibition Center. Too much sun on the beach? Feel free to drop by the W hotel for a nice glass of sangría at the W Lounge.”



Eat Tapas, Drink Sangría

“No trip to Spain is complete without sampling a variety of Tapas or appetizer portions of food for sharing that are a staple of Spanish cuisine. A neighborhood near the exhibition center called Poble Sec boasts some of the best tapas restaurants in the city including La Tasqueta de Blai, Quimet & Quimet, and La Chana. Grab a few friends and make sure to share some Tapas before you leave!”




Arc de Triomf/Parc Ciutadella

“The Arc de Triomf was built for the World’s Fair in 1888 and appropriately has an inscription on the top of the arch that translates to “Barcelona welcomes the nations.” A short walk from Barceloneta, the Arc de Triomf acts as an entrance to Parc Ciutadella, one of the city’s largest parks complete with museums, several grand fountains, and even its own zoo!”




Park Güell/Tibidabo

“Although a little outside of the main city, Park Güell and Tibidabo are two of the most popular tourist destinations in the city for a reason. To see why, wander around Antoni Gaudí’s famous architecture in Park Güell or get a great view of the city from Tibidabo, a towering church with the best view of the city from over 1,680 feet above sea level.”



Stadium - Camp Nou

“Trying to visit the largest stadium in Spain, home to one of the best soccer teams in the world, FC Barcelona? Book one of the daily Camp Nou tours of the nearly 100,000 seat stadium or get tickets to the match against SD Eibar on May 21st!"


 Olympic Park, Stadium on Montjuic

“Visit the Olympic Park sport complexes on Montjuic that played host to the 1992 Olympics. Walk by the ‘Estadi Olímpic’ used for the opening/closing ceremonies or walk down the hill to see the “National Palace,” one of Barcelona’s most picturesque buildings.”



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 Art Museums

“Want to learn about famous Spanish artists? Look no further than the Pablo Picasso museum in El Raval district or Gaudí’s “Casa Battló” to get your art fix!”

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 La Sagrada Familia

“Barcelona’s most visited tourist attraction (2.8 million visitors per year), La Sagrada Familia is an icon of the city although it is not projected to be finished until 2026. Bring your camera and be prepared to be amazed!”



 Arenas de Barcelona

“Arenas de Barcelona is a commercial mall in the city that is a repurposed Spanish bull fighting ring. Grab a bite to eat on the bottom floor, shop at various Spanish stores, or get a 360 degree view from the roof. Also close to the exhibition center!”



 La Rambla

“The main tourist shopping area this street is full of fun shops, street food, and the infamous Barcelona pickpockets. The street starts at Plaza de Catalunya and ends with a 200 foot statue of the famous Spanish explorer, Christopher Columbus.”

   La Boqueria


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