By JEFF CROSS | March 2, 2022
Churches and monasteries
Most famous shoping street
Authentic culinary paradise
A special walk through medieval streets and alleyways of the Gothic and Barceloneta neighborhoods.
Why Park Güell? It’s a public park system composed of gardens and architectural elements located on Carmel Hill. It's a must see for any traveler in Barcelona.
The Gaudi House Museum was the residence of Antoni Gaudí, the famous Catalan architect. The place houses several pieces of furniture and other objects that were designed by Gaudi himself.
In Catalonia, where it was called Modernisme, took on a much broader meaning, affecting not only sectors such as art, but also literature, music, interior design, and graphic arts..
Perched on the tallest hill on the west side of Barcelona is the Templo Expiatorio del Sagrado Corazón de Jesús. The architecture of this magnificent building, begun by Enric Sagnier and completed sixty years later by his son Josep Maria Sagnier, boasts beautiful turrets and a statue of Jesus Christ watching over the church and the city.
Sagrada Familia, the symbol of Barcelona and the stunning masterpiece of Gaudi.
Ready for some bites now, right? Grab pre-dinner snacks at this local's bar and restaurant.
The unique experiences in Barcelona belong to this city only, begging you to return here over and over again.
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