An article shared about Barcelona, “ Barcelona is a city that will encourage you to visit time and time again.” This is a fact. There will be crowds of tourists no matter what time of the year you'll visit. Known for its architecture, art, gastronomy, shopping, entertainment, night life and more. Here are some popular things to see in Barcelona:
La Sagrada Familia
This unfinished church, and remains to be unfinished to date, was designed as Gaudí’s masterpiece. Despite not being finished, UNESCO made it a World Heritage Site in 1984 because of the unique, breathtaking, innovative style of architecture befitting it as the most visited landmark in all of Spain. Once completed, it will hold the title of the tallest church in the world.
A vast piece of land that boasts of its luscious plant life combined with stunning and distinct architectural elements especially designed by Antoni Gaudí. It was initially developed to be a upper class housing project but there were very few buyers due to the price. It then became a park with panoramic areas and breathtaking architecture. Enter with a fee!
Mercado de La Boqueria
A large public market that is usually a haven for food lovers. It has 330 stalls that sell the highest quality products- from gelatos, to smoothies and tapas, you can hang out all day for food and drinks!
Walk along Paseo de Gracia
Perfect for a stroll, this street is bustling with life and all things leisure – from cafes. Both high and low end fashion brands have invaded this street and it’s a good place to just people watch or just let the time pass.
As you stroll along Paseo de Garcia, you’ll come across an area with lots of tourists gathered just outside of the building. For certain, it’s this site. It is a building in the center of Barcelona, designed by Antoni Gaudí, and also a UNESCO World Heritage site. Pay to enter of take snaps of the gorgeous building as your background. Experience Barcelona, Spain with Expressmiles Travel and Tours! Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or phone us via landlines (+632) 681 9299, (+632) 681 9912 or (+632) 681 6483 or via mobile phones (+63) 917 5087500 and (+63) 998 532 5944.