Park Guell, Barcelona

Park Guell, Barcelona

The park was originally intended as a sub-division for the wealthy and architect Gaudi was hired to design the layout. Now it’s a park.

Sagrada Familia Basilica

Sagrada Familia Basilica

A visit to Sagrada Familia Basilica is uplifting. The exterior gives you no clue to the feelings you will experience inside.

Monastery of Pedralbes, Barcelona

Monastery of Pedralbes

The Monastery of Pedralbes in Barcelona, now a museum, housing permanent exhibitions consisting of art collected by the monastery, and visiting exhibitions.

Poble Espanyol, Bacelona

Poble Espanyol

A great day along car-free streets with plenty of interesting things to see – Poble Espanyol

La Boqueria Food Market

La Boqueria Food Market

Even though the market is under cover, wear your sun glasses to protect your eyes from the marvelous colours of the fruit and vegetables!

Casa Mila, Barcelona

Casa Mila, Barcelona

Casa Mila is the last private residence designed by architect Antoni Gaudí and perhaps his most iconic.

Barcelona Maritime Museum

Barcelona Maritime Museum

Near Barcelona’s harbour is the Maritime Museum. The displays include historic vessels, exhibitions, archived pictures, and maps., .

Plaça d’Espanya – Barcelona

The Arenas

The old bull ring at Plaça d’Espanya in Barcelona is now a shopping mall with a great view up towards the National Art Museum.

The Castellers of Barcelona

The Castelliers of Barcelona

In Plaça de la Vila de Gràcia, Barcelona there’s a clock tower. And occassionally other towers spring up in the square – but these are people towers.