Positioned on the northeastern coast of the Iberian Peninsula, Barcelona is great in its size, tradition and arts. It is among a few cities in Europe where the Roman ruins, the Gothic quarter and the modern-living zone are within working distance. Have your heart stirred on La Rambla Boulevard, where thousands of visitors get packed until late at night. There ... More>you will find the El Liceu opera house, the La Boqueria food market and Royal Square, famous for its unbelievably-built arches and lush palm trees. Other top attractions include the Art-Nouveau Sagrada Familia church, the Gothic Santa Eulalia cathedral and The Palau de la MÃºsica Catalana (Palace of Catalan Music).