Barcelona Cathedral is located in the Gothic District, near Lambra Avenue, next to a museum, behind the Palace of Barcelona. The church is very admirable. There are fewer people in the morning. In the evening, there are many people inside and outside the church. Barcelona Cathedral's size, exterior shape, as well as its interior mosaic and gold are far more exquisite than Notre Dame of the Sea, Squirrel Cathedral and Heart Cathedral. If you only see one church in Barcelona, you must choose Barcelona Cathedral. Tip: free access from Monday to Saturday from 8:00 to 12:45, 17:15 to 19:30, and small donations from 13:00 to 17:00. Free admission for Sundays and holidays ranges from 8:00 to 13:45, 17:15 to 19:30, and small donations from 14:00 to 17:00. Cost: Small donation 7_ (Museum, rooftop, choir, etc.) Wait a minute). Visit rooftop 3_and Choir 3_.
Barcelona Cathedral (St. Cross) was built in the 13th to 15th centuries during Barcelona's heyday. It took 150 years to complete the project. The main body of the church is Gothic style. The slender lines are the main features. The dome and internal structure show the new Gothic style. Through the elevator at the dome of the church, you can get to the top of the church and enjoy the scenery of the old city of Barcelona. In the prayer rooms of the cathedral corridor, the patron saints of the handicraft guilds are worshipped. The Choir seats, religious murals, sculptures and various gold and silver utensils in St. Euralia's Chapel are dazzling. In addition, the Cemetery of Saint Euralia (worshipped as the "Protective Goddess of Barcelona") and the Christian Prayer of Lepando deserve special attention. Tickets are 7 euros per person.
Barcelona Cathedral is a Gothic building in Barcelona Special Administrative Region. It is the Catholic Cathedral in Barcelona General Diocese. In fact, it consists of three medieval churches: the Connornhos House, the Deca House and the Iyaladiyaka House. The Catholic Church was founded in the 13th to 15th centuries during Barcelona's heyday. It took 150 years from construction to completion, and the corridor around Fuente de Las Ocas was completed in 1450. And in the long years that followed, after numerous processing, the new Gothic facade was built in the 19th century. Therefore, various parts of the church show different architectural styles. Looking at the cathedral from the outside will impress you deeply, mainly because it is decorated with many monster statues. The space inside the cathedral is very large. It is divided into a central square and two corridors. It is said that this is one of the few churches in Barcelona that were not destroyed by anarchists during the Civil War. The facade of the church was not built with the help of a banker until the end of the 19th century, so the various parts of the church showed different architectural styles. Barcelona Cathedral has no "Gaudi" brand name, and its fame is not as loud as the Holy Family Cathedral. It's a more traditional and solemn representative of the church. The beauty and sanctity of Barcelona Cathedral can be in sharp contrast to the perverse absurdity of the Church of Saint Family.
Go straight along Catanillo Square, through several alleys, and you can see Barcelona Cathedral in about 20 minutes. Catedral de Barcelona is a Gothic building in the Barcelona Special Administrative Region and the Cathedral of the Catholic Diocese of Barcelona. It's Christmas. There are many pedestrians on the road, and many stalls are full of Christmas decorations. Barcelona Cathedral: Carrer de la Pietat, 5008002 Barcelona Traffic: Metro L4 (Yellow Line) to Jaume I station ticket church and corridor free access, single access to Choir 3 euros, top floor 3 euros; donation into (church, corridor, top floor, choir, museum, etc.) single person 7 euros, team 5 euros open time Monday to Friday: free access 8:00-12:45 (return). Gallery 8:30-12:30, 17:45-19:30 (Gallery 17:45-19:00) Donation to 13:00-17:30 Saturdays and the eve of festivals free access to 8:00-12:45 (Gallery 8:30-12:30), 17:15-20:00 (Gallery 17:45-19:00) Donation to 13:00-17:00 Sunday and festival day free access to 8:00-13:45 (Gallery 8:30-13:00), 17:15-20:00 (Gallery 17:15-19:00) Donation to 14:00-17:00-17:00
Must go to the tower, spend 3 Euros is still worth it. Firstly, at the ticket office, remember to prepare the change. There is no change here, you can only press the third floor to go up. You can see the whole Barcelona panorama, remember to look for the Saint Family Hall, here you can see the Columbus statue carefully.
Barcelona Cathedral is a typical Gothic building, which is situated next to the City Hall and is one of the most important tourist attractions. The church is free in the morning and charges after 11:00 noon, which is one of the rare churches. There are many branches of the church, which are built by the donations of wealthy people. The stone floor of the back yard of the church is the church's grave.
The Bishop of Barcelona is far less famous than the Holy Family. The Cathedral of Barcelona is also a standard Gothic style decoration. Catholic countries are meticulous in church decoration, but this is a good one. The cathedral has no extraordinary luxury decoration, its appearance and interior are calm, solemn and solemn. The church can be mounted on the roof to see the Saint Family Hall in the distance, with a bird's eye view of the whole city of Barcelona.
The hotel is nearby. In the afternoon, I went to see it. A lot of people entered the hotel in batches, mainly for the Mass people. You can go in, but you can only sit and listen. You can't wander around, or you can let go. That's the only way to do it without spending money! The courtyard with geese on the side can be visited freely.
Free visits to the scenic spots, located in the old city next to the Gaudi Museum, the entrance square lively. Tourists are not allowed to enter in shorts and skirts (knee boundaries). There are traditional Catholic church furnishings, featuring several geese in the yard.
On the morning of the day we left Barcelona, it rained heavily for two hours. When we packed our luggage and set out for brunch, the rain slowly and appropriately diminished. After we got out of the restaurant, there was a big sun, and the taxi was not very far from the Saint Family Hall. Entry is free before 12 noon. A staff member at the door checks his bag and goes in. Although there is no Hall of Saint Family, this medieval church is still very tasty. The galleries around it are dedicated to the gods of various handicraft industries. In addition, it pays 3 Ouden Peaks for its beautiful scenery.