Barcelona's Soaring Buildings & Attractions: The Heights of Sagrada Familia to the Hills of Montserrat
From its ancient roots as a Roman stronghold in the empire's western region to its current standing as a cultural capital, Barcelona has been home to notable buildings.
Antoni Gaudí is the city's most famous architect. However, Barcelona offers a wide variety of buildings and sites both functional and full of beauty.
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The king of Barcelona's tourist attractions, and one of the most unique and recognizable churches in the world.
Also known as Casa Mila, it's one of the few projects Gaudi saw to completion. A visit to the roof offers great views of the city and the Sagrada Familia.
Few structures in Barcelona match the luxury and symbolism of this apartment building reformed by Antoni Gaudi.
Colors, smells and culinary dreams come alive at this open market located just off Las Ramblas'
The holy heights of this mountain, home to a nearly 1000-year-old monastery, have long been a haven for priests, protesters and mystics.
Tucked away amid apartment buildings and narrow streets, this gothic church is a hidden gem and a shining example of Catalan gothic architecture.
The Hospital Sant Pau is one of the most important, and lesser known, examples of Catalán Modernism architecture.
Montesquiu castle, a 13th-century medieval structure, holds stories of ages past.