How to go from Sagrada Familia to Park Guell

Sagrada Familia to Park Guell

Many Gaudi fans visiting Barcelona choose to visit both Sagrada Familia and Park Guell on the same day. They prefer to start their day at the under-construction church and then go from Sagrada Familia to Park Guell. If you think otherwise, you can learn how to go from Park Guell to Sagrada Familia. This article will … Read more

How to go from Park Guell to Sagrada Familia

Park Guell to Sagrada Familia

Most tourists in Barcelona visit both Sagrada Familia and Park Guell on the same day. Native experts say it is best to start with Park Guell in the morning and go to Sagrada Familia in the evening. If you think otherwise, you can check out how to go from Sagrada Familia to Park Guell. This article … Read more

View from Passion facade tower at Sagrada Familia

View from Passion facade tower

Of the three facades that architect Antoni Gaudi had planned for Sagrada Familia Cathedral, two – the Passion facade and the Nativity facade – are complete. The Glory facade, which represents Christ’s eternal glory, is yet to be completed. The Passion facade faces the west and represents the suffering of Christ during his crucifixion.  While … Read more

Casa Batllo facts – Gaudi’s Batllo house in Barcelona

Casa Batllo's roof

Casa Batllo, or House of Batllo, is perhaps the most beautiful residential property ever built. Antoni Gaudi built Casa Batllo, which now receives more than a million tourists every year and is a major tourist and cultural attraction in Barcelona. Some of Gaudi’s other masterpieces are Park Guell, Casa Mila, Sagrada Familia, Casa Vicens, etc., but Casa Batllo holds pride … Read more

Inside Sagrada Familia – interiors of Gaudi’s Barcelona Church

Inside Sagrada Familia

Some of the five million-plus tourists who visit Sagrada Familia every year go back without getting inside Gaudi’s church in Barcelona. The more thoughtful tourists go inside Sagrada Familia and enjoy the interiors of Gaudi’s masterpiece. The interior of this world-renowned monument is a stunning blend of art and architecture. Many tourists ask, “Is it … Read more

Casa Mila Tickets & Tours

Gaudi's Casa Mila

Casa Mila was Antonio Gaudi’s last residential building before focusing all his energy on Sagrada Familia. Gaudi built the structure between 1906 and 1912 in the middle of Barcelona city. Also known as La Pedrera, it is visited by more than a million tourists every year. This article covers everything you must know before buying … Read more

Camp Nou Tickets & Tours

Camp Nou tour

Camp Nou, also known as the Barcelona Stadium, is a must-visit attraction in the city. Two million tourists take the stadium tour every year. As part of this tour, tourists also get to visit the Barcelona Football Club Museum inside the stadium. This article covers everything you must know before booking your Camp Nou Tour. … Read more

Barcelona Aquarium Tickets & Tours

Barcelona Aquarium

Barcelona Aquarium is one of Europe’s largest and richest collections of marine life and has the only Oceanarium on the whole continent. L’Aquàrium de Barcelona attracts more than two million visitors annually, making it the city’s fourth most popular tourist spot after Sagrada Familia, Park Guell, and Camp Nou. This article explains everything you must … Read more

Gaudi House Museum Tickets & Tours

Gaudi House Museum

Antoni Gaudi, the architect of Sagrada Familia, Park Guell, Casa Batllo, Casa Mila, etc., used to stay in what is now called the Gaudi House Museum. Gaudi lived in this house from 1906 to 1925, and today, it houses objects and furniture he designed and other artifacts he used. Since the Museum is inside Park … Read more

Casa Batllo Tickets & Tours

Gaudi's Casa Batllo

Casa Batllo is a beautiful residential building that attracts more than a million tourists every year. Catalan architect Antonio Gaudi, who built Sagrada Familia, Park Guell, Casa Mila, etc., designed this attraction more than 110 years ago. The locals also call it Casa dels Ossos or House of Bones since skulls and bones were used to make … Read more

Montserrat Monastery Tickets & Tours

Montserrat Monastery, Spain

Montserrat is a beautiful mountain 60 km (37 miles) from Barcelona. The gorgeous Montserrat Monastery is on top of it. Tourists visit Montserrat for multiple reasons: – To see the beautiful multi-peaked rock formations – To visit the Monastery & Museum – To seek the blessings of Our Lady of Montserrat, the patron saint of … Read more

Park Guell Tickets & Tours

Park Guell in Barcelona

Park Guell is Barcelona’s second most popular attraction, receiving over ten million tourists every year. A playground of Gaudí’s unique architectural and artistic concepts, the Park was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1984. The attraction is a classic symbol of Barcelona’s rich cultural heritage and offers an incredible experience to architecture enthusiasts, art … Read more

What to see at Alhambra, Granada – Palaces, Towers, Gardens

Highlights of Alhambra Castle

The Alhambra Palace in Granada is the most visited tourist attraction in Spain. Perched on top of a green plateau in the old Albaicín neighborhood, this massive AD 889 structure is the country’s best example of Islamic architecture. Alhambra is known in Arabic as Medinat al-Hamra, the ‘Red City,’ because of the color of the … Read more