Barcelona offers wide-open public plazas made of smooth stone and marble that make it one of the greatest skate cities in the world. (Mark Appleyard, frontside half-Cab flip)
AVE & Layton
Anthony Van Engelen and Johnny Layton wait for the undergrond in Barcelona -- the fastest way to get from point A to point B.
The Sagrada Familia
The Sagrada Familia tops the skyline in Barcelona and works as a marker for traversing the city's skatespots.
Ignacio "Nacho" Morata
Barcelona local Ignacio "Nacho" Morata frontside blunt slides a long ledge over a dirt gap in one of the endless plazas the city has to offer.
Most of these spots look like they should be in a video game. Omar Salazar backside tailslides at a dream spot in Spain.
Rick Howard floats a tailslide on one of Barcelona's amazing public art installations.
Skate legend Tom Penny switch pop-shovit's off a brick bank and into history.
Kyle Leeper frontside blunt transfers into one of the greatest skate assets that Barcelona has to offer -- banks in every size, shape and form.
Jack Curtin finds an untapped 3 stair to switch 360 off in the back alleys of Barcy.
Unlike in America, the streets are fairly clean and new in Barcelona -- perfect for Eric Fletcher to switch flip over this rail.
Being an Argentinian and speaking Spanish, Diego Bucchier has no problem traveling around Spain and talking his way out of getting busted by the police. (Backside Smith grind)
Walk into any T.G.I. Friday's and you'll find a wall of American memorabilia. Walk into a cafe in Barcelona and you'll find photos of the nation's heroes -- matadors.
Girl Skateboard's Brandon Biebel has spent weeks and months visiting Barcelona's premiere street spots in the past few years. (Nollie heelflip)