Barcelona (Barcelona in Catalan and Castilian) is the administrative and economic capital of Catalonia, the province of Barcelona, the comarque of El Barcelonès and its urban area and metropolitan area in Spain.
Barcelona is the second largest city in Spain in terms of population, economy and activities, the eleventh largest city in the European Union and the sixth largest in the suburbs: More than 5 million people live in Spain Barcelona agglomeration.
Most of the adjacent municipalities are also gathered in the Àrea Metropolitana de Barcelona.
There are many trains between Figueres and Barcelona and bus shuttles from Empuriabrava to Figueres
Barcelona, the cosmopolitan capital of the Spanish region of Catalonia, is renowned for its art and architecture.
The basilica of the Sagrada Família and other emblematic buildings designed by Antoni Gaudí are perfect examples of Catalan modernism.
The Picasso Museum and the Joan Miró Foundation present works of art by the artists who gave them their name.
The MUHBA, Barcelona History Museum, has several remains of the ancient Roman city.