Casa Batlló is a UNESCO World Heritage site in the centre of the city, designed by Antoni Gaudi, and onsidered to be one of his masterpieces.
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La Boqueria is a public market with all the freshest food available across the many stalls including cheeses, olives, meats, and fruit.
This cathedral is a stunning example of gothic style, constructed between the 13th and 15th centuries, with stunning views over Barcelona.
With its stone walls and wrought iron designed frames for the windows and balconies, it’s worth visiting to admire another one of Gaudi’s designs.
Home to one of the most impressive collections of works by Spanish artist Pablo Picasso with over 3,800 works by the painter.
Celebrate the history of one of the best teams in Spain with memorabilia of players, matches, and trophies.
Forming a boundary between the neighbourhoods of Barri Gòtic and El Raval, the street is lined with markets, shops, restaurants, and cafes.
This amazing park has buildings, sculptures, and Gaudi’s distinct and colourful tile work and old home which is now open to the public as a museum.
The Basílica de la Sagrada Família began work in 1882 and is currently still in progress due to the death of the famous Antoni Gaudi.