Dynamic and festive, the Catalan capital is the perfect place to spend a weekend. The city attracts young people with its beaches and trendy bars. Set between the mountains and the Mediterranean Sea, Barcelona boasts a wide variety of landscapes and almost daily sunshine. It's hard to miss the wealth of architecture built up over the centuries in Spain's second-largest city, which goes a long way to explaining its success as a tourist destination. From its different faces, Gothic, modern and contemporary, lovers of Art Nouveau will be amazed by its Spanish interpretation, Modernismo, staged by the famous architect Gaudí and his unfinished masterpiece, the Sagrada Familia, which has become the symbol of the city. Then there's Parc Güell, the only park in the world to be classified as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. Not forgetting Las Ramblas, and so many other must-see places. Two busy days await us in the sparkling Catalan city, brimming with sights. We've got a packed programme ahead of us, so let's get to it!