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About Barcelona

Barcelona is one of Spain's well known tourist destinations, and is known as the “Pearl of the Iberian Peninsula”. Not only does it have the architecture of Gaudí and the paintings of Picasso, but also the bustling Las Ramblas and the Boqueria market. The home ground of the Spanish League giants FC Barcelona is here at Camp Nou, and is also destination for fans to come party. With its sunny beaches and festive bars and a perfect combination of art and life, perhaps it is its down-to-earth yet unique character that gives a hundred people a hundred different reasons to fall in love with Barcelona.

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Sagrada Familia
2,267 Reviews
The Sagrada Familia is a prestigious tourist attraction and landmark in Barcelona. It is a stunning work by the great architect Antoni Gaudí, but was never completed. Donations keep construction going and it is due to be completed by 2026. Construction of the Nativity facade and basement has been taken over by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site. Climb up one of the tall spires of the church to enjoy a bird's eye view of Barcelona.
Casa Mila
1,426 Reviews
Featured Neighbourhood
Casa Mila is located in the famous “Illa de la Discordia” in the heart of Barcelona. It is one of the masterpieces of the architect Antoni Gaudí. Its wave-shaped walls and chimney-topped rooftops are all emblematic of the building and the city it calls home. Casa Mila can be visited day or night. Visits in the day typically start from the famous roof terrace. If you prefer to take a trip at night, you can take the “Secrets of Casa Mila” night tour to learn obscure and interesting facts about the structure.
Casa Batlló
1,401 Reviews
UNESCO World Heritage-Cultural Site    
Historical Architecture
Casa Batlló is a uniquely designed building in the “Illa de la Discordia” block of Barcelona. It is the visceral, representative work of the genius architect Antoni Gaudí in the most mature stage of his work. The walls of the entire building are covered with colored mosaics, with a roof that looks like fish scales, pillars like human bones and mask-shaped balconies, all full of magical colors, shapes and patterns. Each evening the lights illuminate the building and it becomes even more stunning as it reflects and shimmers in the light.
Park Guell
1,293 Reviews
UNESCO World Heritage-Cultural Site    
City Park
Park Güell is an artistic Garden of Eden outside paradise designed by the Catalan architect Antoni Gaudí. It is located on Carmel Hill in Barcelona. In addition to a variety of different forms of architecture, the park also has brightly colored mosaics in the shapes of different animals, such as colorful lizards guarding the gate. A visit to the park offers the opportunity to tour the former residence of Gaudí, located on the winding mountain road of Park Güell, where the architectural visionary lived a quiet life on the mountainside.

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Posted: 23 Nov, 2018
Posted: 26 Nov, 2018
Sagrada Familia visit and photo guide: 1 Sagittarius visit is not a lot of people, there is no off-season season distinction, it is recommended to buy tickets in advance, and it is recommended to buy the earliest ticket on the day, buy a full set of tickets including the tower And an audio guide, and be sure to queue early. 2 Waiting to open the door and rushing into the center of the church to take pictures first, otherwise a group of people must be black after a while. 3 Then go to the audio guide, select Chinese, and follow the audio guide to have a deeper understanding. After all, our basic teaching does not take the Bible as a must-read, and still does not understand the characters. 4 can be followed by the tower, there is a faade and a birth faade, different choices of different elevators, you need to choose when you buy tickets. We chose the birth face because the other side is under construction. Specifically, everyone can do their homework, and the difference is not big. 5 backpack must be stored, the storage point is next to the elevator in Dengta, the deposit needs to use coins, small planes and the like can not be carried into the Sagrada Familia, the uncle at the entrance will deduct your bag, when going out Back to you. Banknotes cannot be exchanged and need to be prepared in advance. 6 can not wear a hat indoors. There is also a museum and Gaudi's tombstone on the ground floor of the 7, which introduces the entire construction process of the Sagrada Familia. It is said that there is still a panoramic view. Unfortunately, I can't find the underground entrance, so sad.... 8 Visit for more than 2 hours. 9 The best location for the Sagrada Familia is a small square in front of the church. It is very early to get a good position at this best photography point. When the water is the quietest, you can be lucky to take two Sagrada Familia.
Posted: 28 Nov, 2018


Spain: Chasing the Sounds of Flamenco
Skyline Views
Landmark Buildings
Spain, occupying most of the Iberian Peninsula, is one of Europe’s best destinations. A magnet for those seeking simple charms, amazing cuisine, and incredible culture, Spain is a diverse country offering visitors multitudes. In this short travel guide, we’re going to delve into those can’t-miss cities and towns. These are the places you’ve seen in films or imagined as you thumbed through a novel by Hemingway. They live between the notes in a melody strummed on a flamenco guitar or in the smells and tastes of tapas. Spain’s bounty is open to all so come discover why this destination has for so long captivated writers, poets, and world travelers.
opp-snow   24 Jun, 2019
Barcelona: “Like a Jewel in the Sun…”
Skyline Views
Landmark Buildings
On the shores of the Balearic Sea lies Barcelona. Capital of Spain’s autonomous Catalonia region, the city sparkles in the Mediterranean sun. Walking along spacious boulevards, you’d be forgiven for thinking you were in London; however, dart into a narrow alleyway and it seems you could strike sparks anywhere. Barcelona is effervescent and overflowing with humanity and Catalan pride. Come along as we explore this beautiful and intriguing city, a place where Roman ruins mingle with Gaudi’s modernism. This short guide will highlight some must-see attractions and provide an overview to the many wonderful things travelers will find when they visit Barcelona.
Opps-Snow   5 Jun, 2019
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