Basilica de la Sagrada Familia
This is Barcelona’s most famous sight and one of the most unconventional churches in Europe. Designed by famed architect, Antoni Gaudi, visitors are struck by the large stunning detailed exterior. Fun fact: this main work by Gaudi remains incomplete, and nobody knows if it will ever be completed.
Barri Gòtic (Gothic Quarter)
This amazing piece of Gothic architecture stands on the highest town center. Take a stroll through this beautiful medieval cathedral and enjoy the sights of the cobblestone streets and alleyways.
Casa Mila (La Pedrera)
Another work by Antoni Gaudi, “La Pedrera” translates to “The Stone Quarry” because this building resembles an open quarry. This sculpture-like building features an avant-garde curved stone appearance. The rooftop also looks over an astonishing view of Barcelona.
La Rambla: Barcelona’s Social Hub
Barcelona’s social life is centered around this avenue called La Rambla. Here, one can found many restaurants, shops, and outdoor cafes. La Rambla is alive during the day and at night, featuring live music and a lively ambience.
Palau de la Música Catalana (Palace of Catalan Music)
Famous for its unique exterior and interior design, this concert hall designed by Lluís Domènech is characterized by function ahead of form. Its design is dedicated to choral and other musical performances.
Parc Güell: Gaudí’s Surrealist Park
Yet again, another attraction designed by Antoni Gaudi, this surrealistic park includes architectural elements dedicated to Gaudi’s signature style. Stop by this park for the perfect photo-ops with you and your travel buddies!
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