A bird's eye view of Barcelona reveals an intricate grid of glass-graced, stone-laden buildings rising up from the city's asphalt.
Overwhelming at first, a closer look between these rock-hewn structures reveal corners of emerald grass and colorful gardens that bring serenity to the city's ceaseless hum.
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Laden with the creative genius of Antoní Gaudi, Parc Güell may be the world's most unique urban park.
Classic Roman architecture shakes hands with grassy picnic spots and shade-giving trees in this beloved refuge.
Roller coasters rumble and chocolate-green ridges give spectacular views of the city atop this popular mountain.
Winding metal sculptures snake their way to the Mediterranean, a modern interpretation of the link between the city's sprawl and the ocean's call.
Lights. Color. Action! Water becomes an art form at Font Magica.