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Gaudi's Tales
Come home to Barcelona and immerse yourself in Gaudi's timeless masterpieces
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Experience Barcelona
Get a taste of Barcelona's culture with a variety of activities from a flamenco show to a theme park and more!
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Amusement Park Thrills
Whether you are young or young at heart, spend your day having a blast at these parks
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Curated Catalonia
Discover Barcelona's best with day trips to Catalonia, Costa Brava, and more!
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Your Key To The City
Explore the sunny streets of Barcelona without worries!
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Top sights in Barcelona

The capital of Catalonia, Barcelona is a breathtaking seaside city known for its Gothic architecture, historical and religious landmarks, and world-class Catalan food. Rich in culture, Barcelona is a city that embraces its origins – with many of its popular attractions including La Sagrada Familia, Casa Mila and Casa Botlle, now deemed UNESCO World Heritage Sites – while welcoming modernity and change. Visit a museum or two in the day, and then spend the rest of the night drinking and dining to your heart’s content.

La Sagrada Familia

La Sagrada Familia is a name that is known all over the world as it is Spain’s most visited monument and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Designed by Antoni Gaudi, and arguably one of his most famous works, this minor basilica is known for its breathtaking architecture. The basilica, still unfinished to this day, is located in the Eixample district of Barcelona, Spain and is visited by millions of tourists yearly.
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Park Guell

Another design by the famous Antoni Gaudi, Park Guell is one of the largest green spaces in Barcelona, spanning 17 hectares. Taking inspiration from a fairy tale, Gaudi decorated the park with mosaics forming dragons, animal figures and other magical geometric shapes. Since its opening in 1922, Park Guell has become one of Barcelona’s most famous attractions. Like La Sagrada Familia, another one of Gaudi’s masterpieces, the park has since been declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
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Casa Mila

Commissioned by Pere Mila and Roser Segimon, Casa Mila is another one of Antoni Gaudi’s inspired architectural works. What was originally the home of the Mila family, Casa Mila is now known as La Perdera (“the stone quarry”) and is now used for many things: a tourist landmark, a cultural center that hosts a variety of events, and conferences, a commercial space, anda residential area with rented apartments available inside the building. In 1984, Casa Mila was also declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
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Casa Batllo

Considered one of Antoni Gaudi’s masterpieces, Casa Batllo was redesigned and renovated by Gaudi in his team in 1904. Located in the heart of Barcelona, Casa Batllo is known for its very unique design. The UNESCO World Heritage Site is also a must-see for those who are especially interested in Gaudi and his work. Attracting over 1 million visitors per year, Casa Batllo is a must-see in Barcelona.
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Why people love Barcelona

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Sagrada Familia Fast Track Ticket in Barcelona
If you are interested in Gaudi's architectural style, the architectural concept of the Sagrada Familia is worth seeing! Must-visit attractions in Barcelona~ The ticket comes with an audio guide, and it is available in multiple languages. It is recommended to bring your own headphones to be more hygienic.

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Hola Barcelona Travel Card
Travelers can use all bus lines and subways throughout Barcelona within 48 hours after activating the pass, but it gets a bit tricky when exchanging the pass at the station. Because the counter is not open 24 hours, you have to wait in the morning. It can be seated all over the city from the city center to the Olympic port without any problems.

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Montserrat Half or Full Day Tour from Barcelona
The half-day group is good, and the most important thing is to communicate with yourself. Basically, the tour guide on the car has already explained the details. When up to the mountain, the introduction will be shaken, and the free time has already been set. There is plenty of time, enough time to queue up, visit, and take pictures. So magnificent, recommend.

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