Our metro Barcelona Spain Church Directory is designed to provide you with information to help you choose a church or ministry to attend in the Barcelona Spain area. Our online church directory has updated listings and reviews of some of the top churches and ministries. This directory is for both residents, visitors, and people new to Barcelona, Spain (Catalonia).
Today, it serves as the capital of the community of Catalonia and is still one of the busiest port towns on the Mediterranean Sea. The city of Barcelona has a population of over 1.6 million people. It one of the largest metropolises in Europe. The Barcelona metropolitan area has an estimated population of around 5 million residents.
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The Hillsong Church Barcelona exists to reach out and influence the world through the building of a large Christ-centered, Bible-based church that changes mindsets and equips people to lead and impact in all walks of life.
There’s something for everyone. Each of us is on the path to becoming more and more like Jesus; To become people who love God, people and build the church together.
- For the latest updates and information, visit them online at: http://hillsong.com/es/barcelona
Amazing and awesome in the strictest sense of the words. Like a science fiction movie set, except it’s real. The exterior is enough to look at, but wait… read more »
To be honest, I pretty much prefer this temple to the Cathedral. It is not as grandiose, but just as beautiful, I especially liked the lights coming through… read more »
This cathedral is amazing. We went with a group and it’s brief history was explained to us. We were told that this early Visigothic cathedral is dedicated… read more »
Our tour guide asked if we could identify the pockmarks in the marble of this church and a few folks guessed gunfire. Because it sure looks like a very bad… read more »
Best stained glass ever made… period! You can find other churches with similar quality of carving and work, but the stained glass here is by far the… read more »
Before leaving home for Barcelona, I did a search of shows and concerts in the city during the days we’ll be in town. I came across a show called Art de… read more »
I love coming here to check out the place and say a little prayer. OK a lot of prayers. LOL But it’s just beautiful. They have 2 church. There might be a… read more »
This is the best roof top view in Barcelona. I don’t think you should do the one at sagrada de familia because you don’t get to see it. If you come to, the… read more »
The Monastery at Pedralbes is one of the most important Gothic monuments in Catalonia. Its cloister is famed for its delicate architecture, and it includes… read more »
A paradise inside the monster. This is what is l’esglèssia de Santa Anna. It has its entrance located in a small square rant opens to Carrer de Santa Anna… read more »
This church is the feel good story of the summer: The cathedral is dedicated to Eulalia of Barcelona, co-patron saint of Barcelona, a young virgin who,… read more »
International Church of Barcelona
International Church of Barcelona: The city of Barcelona offers so many things that catch your attention. But most of these things result in momentary fulfillment and leave you searching for more. At ICB, people from all nations are welcomed into a vibrant community of faith and given the opportunity to experience a transformative relationship with Jesus Christ.
Our weekly messages are biblically sound and applicable to daily life. We don’t “do church” on Sundays. We strive to equip our community to BE the church every day. Our Sunday gathering is not an idol – it’s our means of worshiping God together, learning from His word, and connecting with one another.
- For the latest updates and information, visit us online at: http://icbspain.com/what-to-expect
Barcelona, Spain Travel Guide Video
Barcelona, Spain Travel Guide: Rich in culture and bold with Catalan flair, Barcelona is one of Europe’s great cultural powerhouses. Popular attractions include: Basilica de la Sagrada Familia, Las Ramblas, and Tibidabo. For more information about Barcelona visit: http://www.lonelyplanet.com
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Hi, i’m a 30yo asian travelling to spain in a couple of weeks. my plan is to arrive in madrid, spend maybe 2-3 days there, then move on to barcelona, spend 4-5 days and then finally head on over to lisbon, portugal. i’m always interested in living with & learning 1st hand about the locals. … I always learn something new when I travel. This time in Seville, my tapas guide demonstrated how quality jamon (cured ham), sliced thin, will stick to a plate when you upend it.
Barcelona is not only the perfect city to visit, but the perfect place study abroad as well. Located in Catalonia, Spain, the city spreads from the coast of the Mediterranean to the mountains of Collserola. Along with the beautiful …
As we’re visiting some friends in Madrid a week before arriving in Barcelona we’d also be very grateful for family-friendly places to visits and eat in Spain’s capital. Many thanks in advance. Cheers Claire. View last reply.
Luxe Travel Guide: Barcelona, Spain. Rovellats Cava. Barcelona can claim to have it all: premium wines, extraordinary restaurants, an alluring climate, inspiring architecture, a multitude of beaches and excellent shopping.
Now available in PDF format. Days are long in Barcelona: The morning extends until well after midday, lunch begins around 2 p.m., and late opening hours mean the afternoon merges with the evening. DK Eyewitness Travel Guide: Barcelona and Catalonia will help readers make the most of their trips and every lingering hour of the day-and the night. Readers will find detailed listings of the best hotels, restaurants, bars, and shops for all budgets in this revised and updated guide.
Plus, insider tips on living la vida Barcelona, from enjoying sangria in the Parque Güell to sunning in Port Olympic’s lesser-known corners. It also includes in-depth coverage of all Barcelona and Catalonia’s unforgettable sights, such as Gaudí’s extraordinary La Sagrada Familia church and the historic avenue of La Rambla. And, readers won’t wan to miss the suggested “Four Great Days in Barcelona.” Each day maps out an itinerary ranging from “Gaudí Greats” to “Family Fun.”