Although not as beautiful as the Spanish Square in Seville, Barcelona's Spanish Square is close to the Catalan Palace of Art, and there is a transformed shopping mall near a gladiator, and Magic Fountain in the evening. Barcelona's Spanish Square is still very photographic, Madrid's explosion. Additionally, the Montreal Mountains, the Dro Pavilion, the Milo Foundation, the Old Olympic Site and other attractions are nearby. The Spanish Square in Barcelona is also a landmark tourist attraction.
The Spanish Square is a landmark of Barcelona, and the museum on the hillside behind it is a perfect skyline effect. The various Venetian pillars on the square stand out, and the following is the broad building of the subway station next to the road effect similar to Shanghai Wujiaochang, with music and water curtain performances in the evening.
A lot of fun, Catalonians are very hospitable! Beach, seafood, architecture, shopping!
Transportation hub, people come and go, the evening scenery is charming!
The Eiffel Tower was once abandoned by Barcelonans when it was intended to be built here. But if it's really built here, it really doesn't work. Beauty, next to the magic fountain. The landmark buildings here are a pair of brick-red square pillars of Venice Tower and four huge Ionian stone pillars, standing upright on both sides of Queen Christina Avenue. Up the stairs are the Catalonia National Gallery of Art and the National Palace, so there are a lot of local students here.
Barcelona's Spanish Square is one of several city centre squares. The airport bus enters the city's first stop. There is a Moorish bullfighting ground on the north side of the square. It was built in 1900. Because bullfighting is now banned, it was changed into a shopping mall after the last performance in September 2011. The most striking feature of the square area is the twin towers of Venice, which are modeled after the towers of St. Mark's Square in Venice.
The environment is amazing as the architecture is so nice. There are many attractions to pay a visit for, such as the Museum of Catalunya.
Spanish Square is a landmark building in Barcelona. The best time to take pictures is from evening to night when the lights are on. After the fountain starts, the shopping building across the street has an elevator that can overlook the whole square and the city. It's very good.
From the airport bus will pass here, you can see a water-jet sculpture in the center of the road and many famous buildings around it. There are several scenic spots around the square. The first sight is the circular bullfight as a shopping center. On the opposite hill is the Museum of Modern Art. It is free to enter after 3 p.m. on Sunday. Don't miss it.