The Fundació Suñol has put together an exhibition of 27 pieces from the Josep Suñol Collection.
The exhibition is made up of work by 18 artists spanning pieces from 1924 up to 1998.
The display promises to take visitors through the various artistic movements and developments which have occurred during the century such as pop art and abstraction style.
Photos, sculptures and installations all play a part in the exhibition along with a number of paintings.
It is just one of the many museums in the Spanish capital which will be on the map for tourists visiting the city no doubt.
Others to look out for in the guide book while planning your day in your Barcelona apartment are the Museu Picasso and the Museum of Contemporary Art.
Meanwhile sights such as Antoni Gaudi's Sagrada Familia cathedral and the La Pedrera are guaranteed to grab art lovers. The Dali Museum is also just a short journey out of the city at Figueres.
Football fans can visit the Barcelona FC stadium and take a tour, but are advised to book in advance. The tour of the Nou Camp stadium gives visitors the chance to see the VIP room, players changing rooms as well as sit in the VIP box.
For those wanting to relax after a day of sightseeing, the city offers a variety of bars and clubs with the vibrant Las Ramblas and port area both popular for food and drinks.
Meanwhile beach lovers can take time to do a bit of sun-worshipping when the sightseeing is complete.
Kevin George, Monarch airline managing director, said: 'Barcelona attracts a broad mix of visitors for business, city breaks and leisure for beach goers. During the winter season it is a fantastic gateway to the ski slopes of the Pyrenees.'
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