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Gaudí’s basilica in the center of Barcelona is an architectural marvel and offers views across the city from eight towering spires.
This popular Barcelona meeting point connects the old city with the new and is famous for its shopping, monuments and festival celebrations.
These lively pedestrian streets in the heart of Barcelona are filled with flower stalls, tapas restaurants and street performers.
Look out over the city from a Gaudí-designed terrace in this park in the city’s north.
Allow your senses to run wild as you explore the energetic and colorful food stands and tapas bars of Barcelona’s principal food market.
The warm water of the Mediterranean Sea and aquatic sports, beach bars and nightlife combine to make this Barcelona’s most popular urban beach.
Barcelona’s cathedral dates back to the 1200s, and contains the remains of the city’s patron saint.
This house’s surreal design is a Gaudí classic, with sculptures, tiling and colors that defy traditional conventions.
Gaudí designed this house for a family in the early 20th century and incorporated his signature elements into the design, including curved lines and bright colors.