El Palau de la Generalitat - 11 June
Founded in the early 15th century, the Palau de la Generalitat is open on limited occasions only (the second and fourth weekends of the month, plus open-door days). If you do get inside, you’re in for a treat. The first rooms you pass through are characterised by low vaulted ceilings. From here you head upstairs to the raised courtyard known as the Pati dels Tarongers, a modest Gothic orangery. The 16th-century Sala Daurada i de Sessions, one of the rooms leading off the patio, is a splendid meeting hall lit up by huge chandeliers. Still more imposing is the Renaissance Saló de Sant Jordi, the murals of which were added last century – many an occasion of pomp and circumstance takes place here.
Palau Robert / La Pedrera - 12 June
This undulating beast is another madcap Gaudí masterpiece, built in 1905-10 as a combined apartment and office block. Formally called Casa Milà, after the businessman who commissioned it, it is better known as La Pedrera (the Quarry) because of its uneven grey stone facade, which ripples around the corner of Carrer de Provença.
Camp Nou - 13 June
The Camp Nou is currently the largest stadium in Europe with a 98,000-seater capacity. Barcelona won 4 times Champions league, 22 times the Spanish championship 'la Ligua'; 26 times la 'copa del Rey'. Football legends such as Messi, Ronaldinho, Maradona, Cruff, Ronaldo who all won the Ballon d’or played for FC Barcelona. During this visit, participants were able to visit the museum, trophy room, multimedia area, Messi Area and enjoyed cocktails and finger food on the Camp Nou summer terrace set up inside the stadium