The Boqueria Market is a traditional market where you can find and buy everything you need. It's a tourist spot right on Las Ramblas. It is a modernist structure with an incredible entrance. The good atmosphiere invites to come inside and discover its various market stalls.
We recommend you that after the visit during the morning, take advantage and eat in their indoor restaurants.
The magic fountain is a spectacular display of light, music and water games. The music was incorporated on 1980s with the light show and the fountain was restored prior to the 1992 Summer Olympics.
We recommend to visit the magic fountain if you come to Barcelona.
The Sagrada Familia is one of the most important and famous landmarks in Barcelona. The church was designed by Antoni Gaudí (1852-1926). Gaudí was an emblematic architect and the best known practitioner of Catalan Modernism. Gaudí designed 3 facades, representing the Nativity , the Passion and the Glory of Christ.
You should give yourself a lot of time for examining the details of the facades, where many embassies and biblical stories are hidden.
The Parc Güell is a public park with gardens and architectural elements located in top part of the city of Barcelona, specially in the neighborhood of Gracia
Gaudí placed the entrance in the bottom of the mountain (Olot street), the nearest urban center. The entry part is a staircase leading to the central square of the village, built between 1900 and 1903. It is arranged symmetrically around a sculpture of salamander that has become the emblem of the garden and Barcelona.
The focal point of the park is an immense oval square, 3,000 m2, built between 1907 and 1913. Its edge serves as bank and undulates like a snake 110 meters long.
We recommend visit this place preferably in the sunshine to enjoy and relax their gardens.
Casa Batlló is a great building designed by Antoni Gaudí on Passeig de Gràcia. The house was bought by Josep Batlló in 1900.
Gaudi used colors and shapes that can be found in the marine world for inspiration in this building. With this inspiration marine nature, Gaudí created a spiritual tribute of wood, ceramics and glass. The central part of the facade evokes the surface of a lake with water lilies,
The loft is considered to be one of the most unusual spaces. It was formerly a service area for the tenants of the different apartments in the building which contained laundry rooms and storage areas. It is known for its simplicity of shapes and its Mediterranean influence through the use of white on the walls.