The Stylish And Modern Barcelona Province
The Barcelona province, bordered by the provinces of Tarragona, Lleida, and Girona, and the Mediterranean Sea, is the capital of Catalonia. As a cosmopolitan city, it is modern and stylish yet also traditional. Some other well known cities and towns in the modern Barcelona province comprise of L'Hospitalet de Llobregat, Badalona, Martorell, Mataró, Granollers, Sabadell, , Sitges, Igualada, Vic, Manresa, Berga. UNESCO has legally declared the emblematic buildings of the Catalonian architects Antoni Gaudi and Lluís Doménech i Montaner to be World Heritage Sites.
One can see Roman remains, Medieval districts and some of the best examples of Modernism and Vanguard Art of the 20th Century in Barcelona province. The region has an imposing cultural history dating far back to its Roman origins. The city although promotes new modern trends, still guards its rich artistic heritage fiercely. As a result, one will find an endless choice of cultural and leisure activities in modern Barcelona province. Museums, exhibitions and sculptures as well as music, theatre and dance are very common in this province.
Tradition and modernity go hand in hand in Barcelona province. Developing innovative cooking, based on vegetables, fresh fish, sausages and olive oil, one will also find the confectionary and sparkling wines an important part of Barcelona’s gastronomy. Meandering through the place, you will find pleasant surprised around every corner. Charming pedestrianized streets in the old town, green parks along with an excellent transport system, the tourists just love the place.
Visitors to Barcelona province, whether they are there for business or a holiday, just love to enjoy the Mediterranean Sea at Costa del Garraf or Costa del Marseme. The city itself is dotted with beautiful urban beaches, marinas and golf courses. The area around Barcelona province also boasts of several towns which merit a visit, for instance, the city of Vic, Villafranca del Penedés and Sant Sadurni d’Anoia.
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