The squares in each city are different but I was still impressed by the sights, the size of the square, the perfect architecture, the exquisiteness of every detail, it was beautiful! The Spanish church is different from other European cities, and the material used and the mosaic on it are unique except for the shape.
In Spain, many cities have a Plaza de España, each with its own characteristics and strengths. Among them, Barcelona’s Plaza de España, the Barcelona Musical Magic Fountain (Font Magica) was built in the 1929 World Expo, the largest in Europe and the second largest in the world. On summer nights, art performances are performed using the changing combination of water, colors and music, attracting tourists from all over the world
The Plaza de España is quite big. You can take the elevator upstairs to see if the elevator costs one euro. The entire Plaza de España seems to be round plates and there are vehicles passing by, but people cannot play in the square.
The environment is amazing as the architecture is so nice. There are many attractions to pay a visit for, such as the Museum of Catalunya.
Spanish square (Placa d ''Espanya) for Barcelona several important road interchange, the Catalan parliament avenue, parallel avenue, nastic street, queen maria cristina road in this intersection, etc. Out of the subway, see a beautiful first three sides of the monument in the middle of the island, this is a sign for the Spanish square.
A nice place with some character
Plaza de España itself is not very interesting. Fortunately, there is a remodeled elevator on the bullring next to it. You can take the elevator for 1.5 euros and go straight up to see the scenery from a height. It is still very beautiful. On the day I went, the domestic new type of coronavirus had already begun to spread. On the edge of Plaza de España, the local people were still spending the weekend very leisurely, very envious.