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Casa Mila

Casa Mila

4.6/51,336 Reviews
Featured Neighbourhood
March 3, 2017 to November 5, 2017: 9:00-20:30 (last admission time 20:00). From November 6, 2017 to March 2, 2018: 9:00-18:30 (last admission time 18:00). Note: The final admission time is 30 minutes before closing. Please arrange your travel time properly. (Local time)
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

Casa Batlló

4.6/51,298 Reviews
UNESCO World Heritage-Cultural Site    
Historical Architecture
Sun - Sat 9:00 AM - 9:00 PM (Local time)
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.
Columbus Monument

Columbus Monument

4.4/5299 Reviews
Monument
(March 1st - September 30th) 8:30-20:30, (October 1st - February 28th of the following year) 8:30-19:30 (January 1, January 6th, December 25, 26) rest. Stop entering 30 minutes before closing (Local time)
Constructed for the 1888 exposition, the Columbus Monument in Barcelona is a significant landmark of the city and commemorates the location where Christopher Columbus was greeted by King Ferdinand and Queen Isabella on his return from his first journey to America. This 197 foot cast-iron monument was sculpted by Rafael Atche. It is said to depict Columbus pointing out land upon reaching the Americas. The statue which houses an elevator in its column, offers you the chance to view the city from a viewing platform located in the sphere under the statue's feet.
Arc de Triomf

Arc de Triomf

4.2/598 Reviews
Historical Architecture
Open all day (Local time)
The Arc de Triomf is a fake triumphal arch constructed in Barcelona, Spain for the 1888 Universal Exposition held in the city. The arch functions as the ceremonial entrance to the expo. It is constructed of red brick in the Moorish Revival style common to Spain. Both faces of the arch feature elaborate friezes welcoming visitors to the city. The Arc de Triomf should not be confused with the Arc de Triomphe, a larger and more famous triumphal arch in Paris, France.
Plaça de Catalunya

Plaça de Catalunya

4.4/5192 Reviews
Square
Plaça de Catalunya is a large square in central Barcelona, Spain, that connects the Old Town District with the Eixample District. Surrounded by greenery, the La Deessa stone statue sits quietly on the square. Access is convenient, and the area is beautiful. Many restaurants, shops, bars, etc. are in the area, forming a complete city hub.
Placa Espanya

Placa Espanya

4.5/5259 Reviews
Square
La Rambla de Canaletes

La Rambla de Canaletes

4.5/543 Reviews
Featured Neighbourhood
Go for a walk down La Rambla de Canaletes walkway in Barcelona. Not at all like a US avenue, the road and walkway are switched so people stroll in the center pathway with vehicle path and parking on each side. Known as the most well known road in Barcelona, the one and a half mile strip reaches out from Placa Catalunya in the core of Barcelona to the harbor. An interesting walk anticipates you as you pass Mercat (market) de la Boqueria, a shopping center and booths where you can buy keepsakes, blossoms and daily papers from around the globe. Pay special mind to live human statues (tips are standard). Ensure you see the Font de Canaletes (Fountain of Chutes) at the highest point of the street.
Casa Vicens

Casa Vicens

4.1/548 Reviews
Historical Architecture
UNESCO World Heritage-Cultural Site    
Las Ramblas

Las Ramblas

4.5/5491 Reviews
Featured Neighbourhood
Las Ramblas is a pedestrian boulevard in the heart of Barcelona, ​​connected to the Plaça de Catalunya in the city center and the Columbus Monument in the Old Port. It is one of Europe's famous boulevards. There are newspaper stands, flower shops, food stores, etc, right down both sides of the street, with fascinating palaces and monuments nearby. It is also a paradise for wanderers, where itinerant entertainers putting on all sorts of performances here, and a huge variety of "human statues" line the streets, attracting tourists from all over the world.
Agbar Tower

Agbar Tower

3.9/552 Reviews
Modern Architecture
Mon - Fri 8:00 AM - 10:00 PM (Local time)
 The Torre Agbar is a 38 story tower which is located in the technological district in Barcelona, Spain. The tower was completed in 2004 and it was designed by a French architect named Jean Nouve and it has been one of the most popular buildings in Barcelona. Tourist bus routes are part of the Torre Agbar and several tourists visit the inside of the building. The tower was developed with reinforced concrete and layered in a facade of glass. During the night more than 4,500 LED lights produce images on the facade. Also, the tower is known for its loyalty to sustainability as its been built with sustainable materials and it has temperature regulating windows.
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