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Things to do in Barcelona

Barcelona Buildings Designed by Gaudi

Barcelona is known for its vibrant culture, world-class cuisine, and stunning architecture. One of the most notable architectural styles in the city is the work of Antoni Gaudí, the celebrated Catalan architect known for his unique and imaginative designs. Gaudí was born in 1852 in the city of Reus, near

Step Back in Time at Barrio Gotic

To step back in time at Barri Gotic, you better be here early in the morning when the narrow streets are empty. When the Gothic Quarter is deserted, you can really feel like you’re time-traveling. From the cold cobbled stones on tapered paths to the sharp spires above, visitors are

The Majestic Arc de Triomf in Barcelona

The majestic Arc de Triomf in Barcelona is usually the meeting place for walking tours in the city. It is one of the city’s most-visited landmarks during the day. In the late afternoon, you’ll find more locals here walking, running, and strolling around – and all the way to Parc Ciutadella.

Casa Batllo – The House of Bones

The locals in Barcelona call Casa Batllo -as The House of Bones. You can’t blame them because if you look at it outside from afar, the casa looks like bones, indeed. Its eclectic facade design carries through the walls, door, floors and rooms inside the house. So, it’s a good

Barcelona from the top of Sagrada Familia

Yes, you can go to the top of Sagrada Familia by elevator. However, the lift doesn’t really bring you to the topmost floor. You’ll have to climb some steps to go to the uppermost part. The elevator is too small, and the steps are too narrow. That’s why you can’t

10 Interesting Facts About Sagrada Familia

Here are 10 interesting facts about the La Sagrada Familia in Barcelona. This church is Spain’s most-visited tourist attraction and its Gothic architecture will blow your mind away! There’s no doubt that Sagrada Familia in Barcelona is Antoni Gaudi’s most ambitious and most celebrated work that’s waiting to be completed.

There’s a Rainbow Tunnel Inside the Sagrada Familia

These photos are proof that there’s a rainbow inside the Sagrada Familia in Barcelona. The brightness that glistens from the stained windows form a tunnel of hues that leads to the hereafter. Though Sagrada Familia is so grand in size and style it was originally built as a church and then