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Where the city of Barcelona is energetic, vibrant and spirited; the mountain range of Montserrat is peaceful, relaxing and tranquil. Named after its characteristic jagged peaks – literally, ‘saw mountain’ in Catalan – the Montserrat mountain is a mere 50 km from Barcelona, Spain, and is thronged by tourists all year. This Catalonian destination is...
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Did you know that the hill that gives you the best views in Barcelona had a military past? Montjuïc Hill, in Barcelona, had several fortifications in the 16th, 17th, and 18th centuries. The hill survived to shell in the city and served as a prison and execution site. Today, Montjuïc is more than the gory...
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A contemporary learning center and a world-famous tourist attraction, the Barcelona Aquarium is home to a stellar number of mediterranean sea creatures. With as many as 450 different species in more than 35 exhibits, the aquarium wonderfully displays some of the rarest specimens of sea life from around the world within its sprawling premises. L’Aquàrium Barcelona located...
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“Alé alé, alé alé, Força Barcelona alé” – this is the raucous chant that reverberates through the Camp Nou on match days. Ah, the Camp Nou, home to FC Barcelona and might I even add, the home of football, is one of the most historic and renowned football stadiums in the world. This magnificent structure is a...
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Antoni Gaudí and his eclectic imagination gave Catalonia some of the most striking Art Noveau and Modernism inspired monuments and buildings. Locally known as Casa dels ossos (House of Bones), Casa Batlló is a UNESCO World Heritage Site that reflects Gaudí’s unmatched style and aesthetic. Before getting a makeover by the veteran architect in the year 1904, the erstwhile home of the...
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Casa Milà in a Nutshell Casa Milà is built from stones from the mountains near Barcelona and retains a rustic charm even today. A visit to the terrace will bring you face to face with sculptures made specially to provide ventilation and lighting. The sheer brilliance and forward nature of Gaudí’s designs will charm you,...
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In 1984 UNESCO declared Barcelona’s Park Güell a World Heritage Site. It is one of the most impressive Gaudí projects in the city, and well worth the extra effort it takes to get up to the park from the city center. A visit to the park takes planning and the better part of a day....
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Sagrada Familia Full day Guide Antoni Gaudi’s unfinished masterpiece, La Sagrada Familia is one of the world’s most popular tourist attractions. In this post, we answer some common questions and share some tips that will help you make the most of your visit. Including how to avoid the queues! The Sagrada Familia receives approximately 4.5 million visitors each year. To...
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