Barcelona is a destination that offers multiple appealing options for sport enthusiasts. A visit to the Catalan capital wouldn’t be complete without seeing the Palau Sant Jordi, the Camp Nou, or the Olympic Stadium, but don’t forget the Olympic and Sports Museum. This museum is a space that pays homage to sports in all forms: from those that are purely for recreation and entertainment to the most competitive. If you choose to stay at our hotel in Poble Sec, you can get to the museum via an easy walk through the neighborhood.
The Olympic and Sports Museum opened its doors in 2007. A few years later they added Antoni Samaranch to their name in honor of the president of the International Olympic Committee from 1980 to 2001 who was a major driving force behind Barcelona 92. Don’t miss this when you visit Barcelona! Here are 5 reasons to visit this museum.
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