If you've seen Gaudi's great works, you might as well go to Noude La Rambla 3-5 to see his early works. Guier Palace, some people say is the early private residence of adults Guier, others say it is the former residence of Gaudi. In a word, this is the first paradise that Gaudi, the wealthy and capricious money owner, gave Gaudi full play and try. I personally admire these early rooftop Knights more than those that tend to be more alien roofs in the later years. If you don't understand why Gaudi City was built like that, you can go to the roof of Guil Palace and see the prayer hall stretching to the window on the roof. It is not a must-see attraction for popular tourist groups, and there is no Chinese commentator. Only a few or two individual visitors come here, quiet and quiet. They can see it by themselves without commentary. Perhaps they feel more deeply. They will have an insight into why Gaudi's works were built in this way and so on. Guier Palace is divided into first floor, first floor interlayer, main floor, interlayer, bedroom floor, attic, roof, basement. (Notice that? There is no one on the 1st floor and 2nd floor, but a function to represent the floor. Every floor here has its own personality, and the tone atmosphere is not the same. When I first entered, I felt a little dull. With the rise of the floor, I became more and more cheerful. The roofs here are lingering, and the sky chimneys here are very impressive chimneys. They are easier to understand than the alien homes behind them. Gaudi's favorite lizards are hidden in one of the chimney chimneys. Climbing to the top, you can reach into one of the chimney Knight hats and shoot different lights and shadows. The name GAUDI.A is hidden in the railings and mirrored. The dining apartment we live in is separated from the Guil Palace by a wall. The living room of the apartment can see the chimney Knights of the Guil Palace. The souvenir shop on the first floor sells unique souvenirs different from other famous homes, which are more exquisite, more attentive and inexpensive. The ground floor is a horse house, similar to a modern parking garage, where the toilets are open to the public. You can visit the sink in the basement and find out what other people's drainage systems are doing. If you have enough free time and like Gaudi's works, you might as well come here and have a look.
Palau Guell, a house more like a palace built in a narrow alley near Leisu Theatre on Barcelona's busiest Lambra Avenue, is designed by Gaudi for his patron, the Barcelona Quell family. It is a work that establishes Gaudi's great atmosphere and space creator status. It is difficult to see the whole palace from the narrow lane. The appearance of Quel Palace is not conspicuous. Its essence lies in its magnificent, splendid and meticulous interior, which is as luxurious as a palace. Especially like these corridors, windows and doors, exquisite omnipresent if Guil Palace's interior is like a palace, and its roof is like a fairy tale world, cute mushrooms are actually a variety of small chimneys, super cute, Gaudi's favorite broken porcelain collage method is also the first large-scale use here.
The hotel just booked is opposite. It is free on the first Sunday of every month, but tickets are unavoidable. It opens at 10:00 a.m. and visits the Picasso Museum (9:20). After returning, there is a long queue. It will take an hour to enter, so I have to eat first. Then I look at the chimney on the top of the building from the top floor of the opposite Gaudi Hotel, and then I go in to visit it carefully. This is Gaudi's early work, which is more traditional in design.
Walking 20 minutes from Barcelona Cathedral to Guil Palace, the ticket is 12 euros, including an English interpreter, and a Chinese guide map. The bags need to be deposited. Guil Palace is the early work of Gaudi, a famous Spanish architect. It was specially designed for the Guil family of Barcelona, which was built between 1886 and 1890. The stables on the ground floor, the chimneys on the roof, the iron doors and windows, and the lighting are all bright spots. Gaudi's design was characterized by its complexity, magnificence and colorfulness. Many ideas were different from ordinary people. This caused great controversy at that time, but Guier was a minority of people who appreciated him and supported him, and let him create. In a sense, Guier has made Gaudi a success. Their deep friendship and constant cooperation have resulted in the birth of the world-famous immortal works. Guier Palace and Guier Park are listed as world cultural heritage.
Palau Gurell is the first major building built by Gaudi for his lifelong friends and financial support for the settlement of El Eusebi Gurell. Without financial worries, Gaudi used the best wood, marble and stone as raw materials, and even the furniture in the house was made of very precious and rare materials. In 1985, the Palace of Guer became the first modern building listed by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site, located in Royal Square on the road lane. No time, just visited the appearance in the evening.
Guer Palace is located in the lane near Lambra Avenue. There are few tourists. It has exquisite wooden furniture and gorgeous carvings inside. There is a fairy-tale playground outside. It has Gaudi's style. If time permits, you can go to visit the roof. The scenery is very beautiful.
Gaudi's favorite chinaware collage method is also the first large-scale application here. The curves of the stairs zigzag around the floors. The ingenious use of wall tiles has produced unexpected expressive force, making the stables an innovative masterpiece. In 1984, the Palace of Guer was chosen as a world cultural heritage.