In the predominantly sport-enthusiastic 21st century, Barcelona owes its fame to the Football club, FC Barcelona. The football fever has not only diverted the attention of football fans across the globe towards this beautiful city but also many tourists. But this most cosmopolitan city in Spain has names beyond Lionel Messi to relate with. With streets full of contemporary life and heritage at the same time, Barcelona is also among the best beach cities in the world and is also to be lauded for World Book Day as well as a dedicated museum for artists such as Picasso. The city that literally never sleeps invites for an overwhelming treat of art and culture. While the architectural treasure of the city that canopies to over 2000 years takes an art admirer back in time, the deeply rooted party culture offers a delight to the wild spirited tourists.