Barcelona is a city with a thriving cultural scene. Some examples of this are the unmissable Picasso Museum, the National Art Gallery of Catalonia (MNAC), the Barcelona Museum of Contemporary Art (MACBA), the European Museum of Modern Art (MEAM), the Barcelona Centre for Contemporary Culture (CCCB), Arts Santa Monica, the Museum of Catalan Modernism, the Joan Miró Foundation, the Antoni Tapies Foundation, the Suñol Foundation, the Frederic Marès Museum, the CaixaForum, and the fun science museum Cosmocaixa. And let’s not forget the quirky Chocolate Museum, the FC Barcelona Museum, the Museum of Erotica or the Wax Museum. But not all art is guarded in museums, we can also come across pieces while walking the streets: the Miró Mosaic on Las Ramblas welcoming those sailing into Barcelona, the Cap de Barcelona by Roy Lichtenstein in homage to Gaudí, the Botero Cat on the Rambla del Raval, the Homage to Barceloneta by Rebecca Horn, the Dona i Ocell by Joan Miró or Frank Gehry’s Fish, a stunning sculpture that crowns the Port Olimpic, today a yacht marina. Also interesting is the Pueblo Español, a replica village featuring town squares and emblematic buildings from all over Spain. Nearby is the Magic Fountain, which lights up Barcelona with colour on balmy summer evenings.