Barcelona, the wonderful Spanish city and the capital of Catalonia that stands out as one of the best European destinations. From beautiful streets and palm trees to amazing beaches. In this post, I am going to talk about some of the best attractions and must sees that I visited in Barcelona.
Sagrada Família (Church of the Holy Family) is the world’s largest unfinished Roman Catholic church in the world. Its construction began in 1882 and it went through multiple redesigns. It is still under construction until our very day. Its anticipated to be completed by the year 2026 when it will be a century away from when Antoni Gaudí’s finished work and design on it.
It’s a worldwide known attraction that it’s even printed on the Spanish Euro Coins. It doesn’t cost that much to enter and explore this World Heritage Site. For a basic ticket, it costs 15 Euros. For the top view ticket, which includes an Audio tour and you get to go to the towers to explore and see Barcelona from a high point. You can purchase the tickets online from their Official website: http://www.sagradafamilia.org/en/tiquets/
This unique architecture drew attention from all over the world was also designed by Antoni Gaudí. It was established in 1914 and was declared the park of a World Heritage Site in the late eighties.
It’s located in Carmel Hill which was a rocky hill that was originally intended to be a housing site but never succeeded.
Park Güell is well known for its unusual building materials. It’s made of rustic stone topped with ceramic tiling which what makes it really stands out as one of the top attractions in Europe.
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