The ramblas Barcelona city and the sagrada familia gaudi
Barcelona City Ramblas to the Sagrada Familia, Montjuic and the works of gaudi predict two days
Barcelona, capital of Catalonia is the second largest city in Spain, it is a port town on the Costa Brava and surrounded by a beautiful beach.
Many places are remarkable, the Ramblas, the Sagrada Familia, Park Guell and palaces, Casa Mila, and Montjuic hospital sant pau.
The Ramblas are the heart of the city from the port in their lower part to the Plaça de Catalunya (Catalonia Square) in their upper part. This is the place to walk must for ... tourists. Woe to those who put themselves on the terrace, you ask for a beer and hop brings you a mug of 1L € 12 ... for a drink rather small streets bordering the ramblas, super atmosphere and sharing life with the locals without seeing tourists. In addition, these streets are wonderful to go.
The Castell de Montjuïc located near the Ramblas offers a magnificent view over the city and harbor. Except if you like trudge (the slope is important), choose the gondola that allows effortless access.
The Sagrada Familia is the masterpiece of the most striking Gaudi, it characterizes many people from the city of Barcelona. Begun in 1882, construction is still ongoing. This huge church is worth seeing from the outside one is overwhelmed by the size of the work and especially his side slightly ... shifted to a place of worship. The visit of the interior is a high price but well worth it.
Park Güell is located on the heights of the city, another Gaudi on the command of Count Güell, architecture and nature will freshen in this quiet place.
La casa mila also known as the Pedrera building by Gaudi is a still-it-Except for architects, just a short visit to discover the sculptures of the building and rounded surprising.
Note that the works of Gaudi are classified as UNESCO World Heritage Site and the hospital sant pau and the Palace of Catalan Music.
You can also enjoy the large sandy beach north of the harbor or simply take a stroll on the promenade where the locals love to gather in the evening.