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What then see in Barcelona?

July 11, 2013


Barcelona, one of those cities that really is hard not knowing what to do, not just talking about culture, also in leisure, entertainment and endless corners that will make us feel a special feeling.

The city of Barcelona is well known for its beaches outside, the Ramblas, the Sagrada Familia and every one of the monuments that Gaudy left somewhere in the Catalan city. Very often foreign tourists are attracted to visit some of his sculptures, full of color, shapes and silhouettes resaltonas make it difficult to spend about one and not stop and look its spectacular architecture.

Barcelona is also known for its gastronomic culture, in recent years, boosted renowned chefs like Ferran Adria, Jose Andres Roca brothers or acquaintances in your restaurant (El Celler de Can Roca) has been recognized as the best restaurant World 2013. Also noteworthy is the famous Mediterranean diet, in which many people are attracted, seeking a healthier lifestyle and diet and varied.

It is also true that in the past 20 years, Barcelona has become a major tourist attraction in 1992 after the Olympic Games were held, resulting in a significant turning point for all tourists who had planned to spend the holiday in a city bathed by the Mediterranean Sea.

Vistar sites in the city of Barcelona there are many, but THE 8 Bed and Breakfast we will name the top 3 for us no tourists coming to visit Barcelona may miss the opportunity to enjoy and contemplate.

La Sagrada Familia in Barcelona

How could it be otherwise, we started talking about one of the most important monuments of the city of Barcelona. The Sagrada Familia began construction in 1882 with a style marked by Gothic Revival, but one year after starting his work was re-hired by Gaudí, who redesigned the project giving an air accurately reflects innovative for its time and marked by the construction of 18 towers, but unfortunately I can only create a design before his death in 1926, leaving the project unfinished, but thanks to the large number of artists and vistantes contributions, the work is ongoing.

Sagrada Familia de la ciudad de Barcelona
The Basilica of the Sagrada Familia has 3 facades highlights:

  1. The Facade of the Passion: This is the most austere of the three and is intended to reflect the suffering of Jesus
  2. Birth Facade: The front par excellence, trying to interpret the birth of Jesus. It’s a facade full of color, life and energy.
  3. The facade of glory: This is the main façade of the Temple. It is the largest compared to the other 2 and is represented by the death and the final judgment. Being the largest facade around the temple, Gaudi knew from the start would not have time to finish it and left the sketch form on paper with all the details.

Casa Batlló

The Casa Batllo is a masterpiece of the city of Barcelona built between 1904 and 1906 under the order of the businessman and industrialist Josep Batlló i Casanovas. This work was commissioned to Antoni Gaudí, becoming one of the most emblematic modernist Barcelona. Today it is one of the most visited monuments in Barcelona, where externally draws much attention for its modernist façade and roof.

Casa Batlló de la Ciudad de Barcelona
When in the early 1900s Josep Batllo bought the building did not cost more than 510,000 pesetas and quickly contact at that time Gaudi was an architect and very name at that time was creating the works of the Sagrada Familia , Guell Park Bellesguard.

Palacio de la Música Catalana

This monument was built in the Catalan city in early 1905 and completed in late 1908, becoming an emblem of modernism throughout Catalonia.

The concert hall is still used by many renowned artists as the music room contains a unique sound, this being one of the key application for many classical music concerts.

Palacio de la Música Catalana de Barcelona
The Music Palace can take a guided tour through the interior, creating a tour of his past, present and the immediate future of the monument, and this building was named a National Monument in 1971 not only by its exterior which is provided by several architectural elements, but also for its interior with an impressive concert hall.