Passeig de Gràcia is recognized by the history and the majestic appearance of its buildings. Elegant and fascinating modernist constructions are Barcelona´s attractions by excellence for architecture lovers. On both sides of the sidewalk of Passeig de Gràcia, you could enjoy Gaudi, Puig I Cadafalch, and Domènech Montaner creations.
A tour in Barcelona can’t be completed if you don’t visit the most important places in the city. There are many sites worth visiting, and you will probably feel attracted to while looking at what to do in Barcelona. Casa Vicens is one of those places that you, as a tourist in Barcelona, need to visit before completing your adventure in what might be the most magical city in Spain.
For those who might not know it, the Sagrada Familia is one of the most important works of Gaudí. Therefore, he had some ideas that he used on it while he was alive and working on it. Considered Gaudí's basilica, this place is the magnum opus of the famous architect.
The Sagrada Familia is one of the most important places people can visit in Barcelona. Something that might seem like a curiosity for people, is the fact that is still under construction. This might sound like something weird for some people, but today talk about the Sagrada Familia symbols, which happen to be a reason to visit it!
Back in 1900, Passeig de Gràcia was already the most important Avenue in Barcelona. This success was accompanied by the construction of the most fantastic and luxurious houses of that time. Since Casa Milà (La Pedrera) is one of the most important attractions in Barcelona and it has significant architectural importance and In 1984 it was declared Unesco Heritage, it was restored, and then in 1996 open to the public such as tourists in Barcelona.
The fantasy takes over and brings you a Hansel and Gretel picture experience. One of the last unfinished projects of the architect Antoni Gaudi is waiting for you on top of Barcelona city. One of Barcelona´s seesights by excellence.
Sagrada Familia is pure MAGIC in so many ways: how it was decided to be built in that specific neighborhood, who funded the construction, the role of Antoni Gaudí, and so on...but mostly why the heck the building is taking that long to be finished?
The city opens its door to show you one of the rarest Barcelona seesights, but really worth visiting, with singular histories about kings, gardens, and castles such as the curious legend of the Bellesguard Tower, an attractive site that invites you to learn about one of Gaudi’s architectural jewels. Antoni Gaudi redesigned Bellesguard alongside the restored ruins of the medieval palace keeping its elegant castle appearance. The construction was from 1900 to 1909, leaving a majestic landscape of Barcelona's plain as a true experience to relax.