Spain - tourist attractions

markerA Park Güell Park Güell is one of the best known gardens in the world. It is located in the upper part of the city, which was formerly known as Pelada Mountain or Hill of el Caramel. It is composed of many modernist architectural elements created by the brilliant Antoni Gaudí and commissioned by Count Eusebi Güe... Park Güell - photo
markerB Sagrada Família The Basílica i Temple Expiatori de la Sagrada Família (Basilica and Expiatory Church of the Holy Family) known as the Sagrada Família is a Roman Catholic church which is one of the most famous buildings in Barcelona. It is commonly regarded as the symbol of the city. Sagrada Família was designed by... Sagrada Família - photo
markerC Montjuic Castle Montjuic Castle was a military fortress built in the city of Barcelona to defend it from attacks by sea and to have the control to the city. It is located on the mountain of Montjuic. In the beginning was a medieval watchtower whose function was to inform by light signals as a lighthouse. In 1640, ... Montjuic Castle - photo
markerD Camp Nou Camp Nou ("New Field" in Catalan) is the stadium of FC Barcelona and, with the capacity of 99,354 seats, the biggest football stadium in Europe. The need to build the stadium arose as Barcelona's previous stadium, Les Corts, grew in popularity while having very limited room for expansion. Initially... Camp Nou - photo
markerE Casa Milà Casa Milà, better known as La Pedrera (quarry), is a modernist building located on one of the longest streets in Barcelona, Passaige de Gracia, designed by the Catalan architect Antoni Gaudí in collaboration with Sugranyes Domènec i Gras. The house, built in the years 1906-1910, was initially home t... Casa Milà - photo
markerF La Boqueria Market The Mercat de Sant Josep de la Boqueria, better known as La Boqueria, is the largest and most diverse public market in terms of food supply in Barcelona and Catalonia. It is not just a regular market, but a town of sorts, which due to its uniqueness and central location is as an extremely popular to... La Boqueria Market - photo
markerG Güell Palace Güell Palace (Palau Güell in Catalan) is located on Carrer Nou de la Rambla, close to Las Ramblas and the port of Barcelona. It is a nineteenth-century Modernist building designed by Antoni Gaudi. The building was designed on the request of Count Eusebi Güell y Bacigalupi. The nobleman was a textil... Güell Palace - photo
markerH La Rambla The Rambla in Barcelona is an emblematic bulevard from old town which connects Catalunya Square with Cristobal Columbus Statue, near the Port Vell (ancient seaport). The street, with trees in both sides and a big pedestrian zone in center runs along its 1,2 km long between mythical places such a... La Rambla - photo
markerI Montjuïc Park The Montjuïc Park is a park located on the mountain of Montjuïc in Barcelona, approximately 200 m.a.s.l. The name of the mountain translates as "Hill of the Jews" in medieval Catalan and refers to the Jewish community that once settled on the slopes of the mountain and the Jewish cemetery situated t... Montjuïc Park - photo
markerJ Park Güell's bench Park Güell’s Bench is the longest, most beautiful and most famous bench in the world. It is surrounding the main park's square and is located at the end of the entrance stairs, just above 86 columns from Sala Hipostila. From the bank, visitors can enjoy one of the best and most spectacular views of ... Park Güell's bench - photo

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