While looking for what to visit in Barcelona, you might come across different places that will be pretty breathtaking. Truth be told, the city has tons of unique sites where people can enjoy a tour in Barcelona. One of those places we are talking about is the Gothic Quarter, a beautiful and mysterious neighborhood in the city center. If you feel curious already, you came to the right place.
Montjuic is a place for the entire family. With green spaces such as Gardens, the Olympic area is filled with memoirs from 1992 and even a great History Legacy in its Museums and the Castle.
Join us in this journey around this magnificent place Called Montjuic and you´ll discover the wonders it has to offer.
Barcelona is a magical city with so many monuments and architectonically well served that will make you feel like you deserve to be here. There are a lot of locations, mostly prepared for the tourists in Barcelona that will take you on a trip to the past, and some others will just leave you breathless with the views and the vibe.
A pretty awesome example of this is Montjuic, but what is Montjuic? I bet you are wondering at this point. Well, Montjuic is a mountain in Barcelona that can’t be missed while visiting the city. It´s like a compound of different places with different kinds of interests, like art, sports, outdoor activities, and history..
One of the emblematic places, and maybe one of Catalunya´s modernist pieces, is Palau Güell. Located next to La Rambla, a necessary place for Barcelona tourism, Palau is easy to access and is one of the sightseeing spots in Barcelona that are worth visiting.
The project of Casa Amatller took place during the last years of the XIX century, and next to it people can find the Casa Lleó Morera and Casa Batlló in Passeig de Gràcia, and the three of them are known as the Illa de la Discòrdia or the Discord Apple, this is because they all share the same modern style on their architecture, alongside with other buildings in the block.
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.
Learn how Gaudi´s mind worked and how he made to invent new techniques to build these arches we see nowadays in Barcelona city. TER will talk about some of the major attractions in Barcelona designed by Antoni Gaudi.