You have to go here if you go to Barcelona! It’s a must! You won’t be disappointed! The view is breath taking! Make sure to get your tickets a bit before and you can guarantee a good time slot to go t...
Firstly get a taxi as the place is up a steep hill. It cost 10 euro to enter. One system is currently in place. Next restaurant here as well which provides basic food as well as alcoholic and non alco...
Unfortunately there was construction work going on when we visited that we didn’t know about so we didn’t get the full experience but still glad we visited. It’s very pretty and there’s lots to see an...
Guell Park is divided into public areas and toll areas. We bought the tickets online in advance, booked for 3 o'clock admission. In the spare time waiting for admission, we went to the public garden area, and honestly said that if you don't go to the toll area, the park can still be enjoyed. But the essence of the beauty of this place is in the toll area. Every wall in the park is covered with completely different tiles. Spain is a country that esteems the ceramic tile culture, especially in Barcelona and Seville. From the steps next to the fountain, you can see the Baizhu Hall and the buildings supported by 86 Tao Like columns. It is difficult to guess that it was originally a market. Raise your head, and you can see the cute patterns on the top. Gaudi's design is always full of little surprises. Guell Park is also a place where people from all over the world are crazy about Gaudi’s design, even if it is just an unfinished place. It seems that something innovative is always appreciated. From this lizard-like staircase, you can climb the park's most elite small square. The square is surrounded by a curved bench with mosaics. Some people call it a long snake seat.
Any tour on the hunt for Gaudi's masterpieces will bring you through Parc Guell. Honestly, this was one of my favorite places to spend some time among Gaudi's works. The park can be a crowded, but there's very much something magical when you find a moment of tranquility. #barcelona #gaudi #couplestrip #architecture
Blue sky, Hiking places, a beautiful sea next to the city, football, Messi. Yeah, my next trip took me to Barcelona and the first thing I did, was to get to this place as soon as possible. I was asking about the best sightseeing this city could offer and park Güell gets 10/10
This childish Guer Park was built a hundred years ago and is not very easy to find compared to other Gaud buildings. It is recommended to take a taxi early.
Here is the design of Gaudi's Mr. Boleguel. Guer's love is as good as life, and he spends a lot of money. His accountant complains about it:
"I worked hard to fill Guer's money, and Gaudi will be fine again and again." "
Imagine if there would be no Gaudi in these big heads, it would be worse than Van Gogh.
Everyone loves Anthony Gaud.
He is a arrogant designer and a simple and hardworking construction worker. His architectural works not only give everyone a novel aesthetic experience, but his persistence and enthusiasm also bring a lot of power to those who are on the road.
Step into the world of fairy tales, there are two animal fountains at the door, one is a chameleon, representing the patron saint of Catalonia,
the other is a large lizard, it is Catalo The coat of arms of Nia. The morning light illuminates the colorful mosaics of lizards and chameleons.
Going up the steps, I saw a lot of large pillars. There are a total of 86 pillars. The space supported is called the Baizhu Hall, which was originally used for the market.
On the roof of the Baizhu Hall, there is a crooked colored bench, which is built of stone and covered with colorful mosaics. The chair is like a stream, like a water snake. Take a seat here and take a look back at the unfamiliar childrens fantasies. When you cross the rocky promenade, you will force the wings of your imagination. At that time, the forest and the big stones are alive!
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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.
Casa Museu Gaudí
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Casa Museu Gaudí
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