Lugares imprescindibles en Barcelona

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1 Sagrada Familia. Cathedral Gaudi's unfinished Address: Sicilia, 286 Web: Perhaps the most outstanding work of Antoni Gaudi, the culmination of his career, the Church of the Sagrada Familia, still unfinished, is one of the most prominent buildings worldwide. When completed it will have 18 towers designed by Gaud. The architect decided that twelve of them were dedicated to the Apostles, the four Evangelists, one Mary and one for Jesus. Each will be equipped with different height depending on which account religious hierarchy. You can access up to the top of some of the towers to see the city from above and see some details of the exterior of the temple a short distance. It is essential to consider their facades: Facade of Birth: (Dedicated to the birth of Christ), Facade of the Passion (suffering of Jesus during the Crucifixion) and Glory faade (main faade represent death, Judgment, Glory and hell). Aware that he would not have time to build it, Gaud left made ??sketches for his successors could finish the job. Gaud for interior design was inspired by the forms of nature, creating columns shaped tree trunk that turn inside the temple in a huge forest of stone. 2. Parque Gell: Address: Calle Olot, Barcelona Web: Park Gell is a huge garden with unique architectural elements. Interesting that Gaud wanted to create a residential neighborhood. A tribute to the imagination of the architect. Can be seen in the main entrance to the famous dragon fountain and views from Calvary The park is named after Eusebi Gell, a wealthy entrepreneur passionate by the works of Gaud who acted as the main sponsor. Although the main idea was to build a luxury residential complex, over the years this idea was abandoned and instead a decent park scene of a story is built. 3. Joan Mir Foundation: Address: Parc de Montjuc s / n, 08038 Barcelona Web: Building designed by Josep Llus Sert, offers an interesting example of Mir's work. Contains over 10,000 pieces including paintings, sculptures, tapestries, drawings and sketches. In addition to the works of Mir, the museum also displays works by Marguerite and Aim Maeght, Pierre Matisse, Manuel de Muga, Josep Llus Sert, Farreras Francesc Josep Royo, Grald Cramer and David Fernndez Mir, grandson of the artist. 4. Pedrera -. Stunning Gaudi building on Passeig de Gracia Address: C. Provenza, 261-265. Web: La Pedrera, which means " Quarry " because it seems to be made of stone, originally called Casa Mila. La Pedrera was built to house apartments and offices. However, the owner had some difficulty renting apartments because prospective tenants thought they might struggle to furnish the rooms due to its irregular shape. La Pedrera is now a museum and is open to the public for tours. 5. Santa Maria del Mar: Fourteenth century Gothic church with the famous stained glass. Address: Plaa de Santa Maria This is the most emblematic example of Catalan Gothic and debugged. The importance acquired Rivera neighborhood from the thirteenth century as a hub for merchants and shipowners made ??the construction of a large church in place of the old parish of Arenas is raised. Built in the early fourteenth century deserve special mention of their windows. 6. Gothic Quarter: Located in the district of Ciutat Vella, in the heart the city, the Gothic Quarter (Barri Gotic) is the oldest part and one of the most beautiful areas of Barcelona, ??Las Ramblas delimited, Laietana Via, Paseo de Coln and Plaza Catalunya. This is the old part of the city of Roman origin. In it we find: - Cathedral of Santa Eulalia: Also known as the Cathedral, the Cathedral is a famous example of Catalan Gothic architecture dating from the fourteenth century. - Plaza Sant Jaume: political center of Barcelona, this is the place where the Town Hall and the Palace of the Generalitat of Catalonia are located. - Carrer del Bisbe: Pleasant pedestrian street that connects Plaa Sant Jaume with the Cathedral. - Plaza Real: Situated just off Las Ramblas, this striking neoclassical square is one of the most enjoyable and lively places. - Plaza del Rey: Headquarters of the Royal Palace from the early Middle Ages, is home to a group of medieval buildings housing the Museum of the History of the City. The museum includes interesting excavations that provide insight into the city from its Roman foundation in the first century BC to the Barcelona of the Middle Ages. - Calle Portal de L' Angel: He composed one of the most enjoyable and complete commercial arteries of the city. - Nova Square: Located in the vicinity of the Cathedral, this cozy resort still retains some of its two ancient Roman towers. - Frederic Mars Museum: Located in a part of the old Palace of the Counts of Barcelona include a unique space in which the works of Frederic Mars collector exposed. - Jewish Quarter: Although the neighborhood known as The Call was abolished over 600 years ago, it is still possible to find some remains of what was once the Jewish quarter of the city. The narrow, winding medieval streets of the Gothic Quarter of Barcelona make the ideal place to enjoy the downtown scene unhurried. 7. Las Ramblas La Rambla, also known as Las Ramblas, is one of the main streets of Barcelona and one of the most popular attractions of the city. It is a pleasant walk of 1.3 kilometers that connects Plaza Catalunya to the old port city. Las Ramblas are always lively, full of tourists and artists street acting as human statues. The different promenades, starting from the Plaza de Catalunya, are: - Rambla de Paddles: Located at the top of the Ramblas, next to Plaa Catalunya, the Rambla de Paddles is a busy and lively. - Rambla of Education: So named because the former location of General Study or College, also known as the boulevard of birds because nearby the old Bird Market was. - Rambla de las Flores: The most colorful and fragrant part of Las Ramblas is full of flower stalls and plants able to light up the darkest of days. This area is the legendary Boqueria market. - Rambla Capuchin: Also known as the Rambla del Centro, has many attractions in its vicinity, such as the Gran Teatro Liceo, the Gell Palace, or the nearby Plaza Real. - Rambla de Santa Monica: Functioning as lobby harbor, the Rambla de Santa Monica is a lively area full of bars and restaurants. At the end of the avenue, just before reaching the sea is the Mirador de Coln. Maybe it's the most famous avenue of Barcelona, it is certainly the most colorful and amazing. Walk through it and enjoy its atmosphere is something no one should miss. 8. Barceloneta Web: Tourist district with a humble origin, who welcomed the displaced population to build the Citadel. La Barceloneta still retains its special charm with its narrow streets and facades obscured by the salt of the sea have made ??this area one of the most appreciated of Barcelona, ??a place with a quiet, family atmosphere that sailor remains oblivious to the big city. One of the main attractions of the area 's beaches, the largest, well-known and popular in the city. Apart from its natural beauty, the area has numerous attractions among which could highlight the History Museum of Catalonia and the Clock Tower, the oldest building in the area that was built in 1772 to serve as harbor lighthouse. In the Barceloneta beach, you can take the cable car to reach the Mirador de Miramar and enjoy the harbor views. 9. Monte Tibidabo Tibidabo, located northwest of the city, rises to a height of 500 meters above sea level, draw the boundaries of Barcelona: a city between the mountains and the sea. You can climb to the summit by cable car, on foot, by bike or car. At Mount Tibidabo find attractions of various kinds: - To Church of the Sacred Heart - The Tibidabo Amusement Park is an ideal place for children and adults spend a few hours of fun in their facilities, which are renewed often and enjoy the views over the city of Barcelona on space. - The entrance to the Cami del Tibidabo Cel gardens is free. - Other buildings and towers that can encontras include Torre de Collserola, Barcelona Pavilion of Radio Tower CRUILLES Shepherd, Torre de les Aigues de Dos Rius 10. Montjuic Used since ancient times as a military outpost. Mountain of Montjuic is an excellent vantage point to view the city, with lots to see: - Magic Fountain of Montjuic: Located between the Plaza of Spain and the impressive building of the National Museum of Catalan Art, the Magic Fountain of Montjuic is the setting for a spectacular light and water. - Montjuic Castle: At the top of the mountain is a former military fortress with a long history linked to the city, which now serves as a vantage point from which great views of the city are obtained. You can climb on foot or by cable car. - Spanish Pueblo: Created for the International Exhibition of 1929, represents very accurately the most beautiful parts of some villages in the Spanish geography. - Montjuic Olympic Ring: Built on the occasion of the Olympic Games in 1992, the Llus Companys Olympic Stadium, Palau Sant Jordi, the Bernat Picornell Pools and quirky TV Tower Calatrava striking part of the Olympic Ring city. - Joan Mir Foundation: This space reference Mir's work aims to promote knowledge and diffusion of contemporary art. - Botanical Garden: With more than 2,000 species of plants, this garden located in the old city dump today shows a striking beauty. 11. The Olympic Port and Port Vell A few steps from La Barceloneta in Port Vell area may do some shopping in the Maremagnum shopping center, watching a movie in IMAX cinemas modern or dive into the underwater world at the Aquarium. 12. Monastery of Pedralbes Address: Baixada the Monastery, 9, Barcelona Web: Former convent founded in 1326 is a building of great beauty remarkable in itself, but also has an important private collection of art, the Thyssen Bornemisza. Pedralbes Monastery is an impressive monument that offers the possibility of traveling to the past to know the everyday spaces where life took place in the monastery. 13 Camp Nou. Stadium Football Club Barcelona Address: Avinguda Aristides Maillol, s / n Web: Opened in 1957 as the Stadium of FC Barcelona's Camp Nou (New Course) is the largest capacity stadium in Europe and one of the largest in the world. Impassive of team victories and defeats of his birth, the stadium has a huge reputation worldwide making it a beloved place, at the same time hated Witness.

Información de la ciudad

Barcelona located in the northeast of Spain, by the Mediterranean Sea, is a cosmopolitan city full of life, is a financial city but also tourist has a captivating nightlife, is an unforgettable city of art, culture, cuisine and beauty .
Barcelona invites you to stroll by the Sea, to visit the old fishing district of Barceloneta, venture into the Old City through the wonderful neighborhood of El Born or the always exciting Rambles, visit its palaces, convents, and the work of the Gauidi Olympic city... your offer is almost endless.
Among the cultural sights of Barcelona are the church of the Sagrada Familia and Park Guell , brands that Antonio Gaudi decorated the city in spectacular fashion; also found the Montjuic mountain, home to a large number of museums and attractions like Fountains of Montjuic, Poble Espanyol... And do not forget the concerts, football team FC Barcelona and more make up this unique city.
Also if we visit Barcelona, ​​the Mediterranean Sea breeze makes the climate is mild and allows virtually all year to enjoy this city.
Barcelona has the character of Mediterranean cities: dynamic, open, has it all: shopping, holiday, food, sun, beach, culture... invites leisure, stroll and enjoy. Barcelona has a special lifestyle that makes it unique. Come and experience it.

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