Catalonia has its own language: Catalan. Most of the people who live in Barcelona are bilingual and speak Catalan and Spanish, which is also an official language. Street names and most road and transport signs are in Catalan..
Many restaurants, especially those in the city centre, have menus in several languages. But if there's something you don’t understand, don't be afraid to ask, people will be only too happy to help. Many people from Barcelona understand English and French.
Here are some of the most frequent Catalan expressions translated into Spanish, English and French, which will help you get around the city. Look up a word or expression: Pdf vocabulary list.
Families, couples, globetrotters and businesspeople… You'll feel right at home at any of Barcelona's 300 hotels, whatever your budget or the reason for your visit.
The Catalan capital is also a culinary capital: prestigious chefs serve up our traditional cuisine and the flavours from around the world. Can you decide on one?
Tourist brochures to discover the places of interest, the museums, the cultural activities and the best suggestions for visiting the city.
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