Sagrada Familia

The Sagrada Família is a one-of-a-kind temple, for its origins, foundation and purpose. Fruit of the work of genius, architect Antoni Gaudí, devoted himself fully to the task until the time of his death in 1926. During his lifetime, Gaudí completed the crypt and the Nativity façade at the side, which have been declared a World Heritage Site. This unique modern temple has been under construction since 1882. The surviving models and drawings have made it possible to continue with the building work, which continues to be funded by private donations.

Palau de la Música catalana

The Palau de la Música Catalana is an architectural jewel of Catalan Art Nouveau, the only concert venue in this style to be listed as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO, which today represents an essential landmark in the cultural and social life of Catalonia. The modernist building is designed around a central metal structure covered in glass, which exploits natural light to make the make Domènech i Montaner's masterpiece into a magical music box.

La Pedrera - Casa Milá

A blend of fantasy and functionality make this architectural landmark a must-see visitor attraction. This is the culmination of Antoni Gaudí's career, designed as a modernista building tailored to the new social needs, without forgetting his main source of inspiration: nature and organic forms. La Pedrera, the Catalan for stone quarry, is actually the pejorative name given to the building by the locals who were amazed by the modern Gaudiesque forms. The Casa Milà was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1984.

casa Batlló

The Casa Batlló is the most original and dreamlike house of the architect Antoni Gaudí in Barcelona. The building was designed by Gaudí for Josep Batlló, a wealthy aristocrat, as an upmarket home. Señor Batlló lived in the lower two floors with his family, and the upper floors were rented out as apartments. Polychrome facade decorated with ceramic and glass, undulating roof allegory of Saint George killing the dragon. The fundamental work of Catalan modernism, being Gaudi the incontestable leader. It was built between 1904 and 1906.

Picasso Museum

The Picasso Museum of Barcelona, ​​inaugurated in 1963, has the most important and exhaustive collection of Pablo Picasso's youth and training works, especially those that he made between 1895 and 1904, years in which the young artist lived in our city. The museum occupies five medieval palaces in the Montcada street of the old quarter of the city.

Montjuïc Castle

The Montjuïc Castle sits at the top of the hill. It is an old military fortress, with roots dating back from 1640, that has always been linked closely to the city. It currently serves as a Barcelona municipal facility, and It is also used as an observation deck from which visitors can get a fantastic view over Barcelona. You can either walk up to the Castell or take the cable car.

Park Güell

Located in the city of Barcelona, the ​​Park Guell is one of the most beautiful icons of the city. It's a work of Antoni Gaudí, located in the upper part of Barcelona, which has wonderful views of the city. You can enjoy a fantastic green walk surrounded by a modernist works.